Published Wednesday, 01 August 2012
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During his visit he stopped at the home club of several top Olympic rowers just minutes before Alan Campbell qualified for the final competition for Olympic gold as he came second in the sculls semi-final.
Mr Cameron met officials at the Bann Rowing Club in Coleraine where Campbell first honed his skills.
"I wanted to come and see where they all trained," he said.
Campbell produced yesterday's fastest single sculling performance to qualify for the semi-finals with victory by a length over Germany's Marcel Hacker.
Fellow Bann rowing club members, brothers Peter and Richard helped power the lightweight men's four rowers into Thursday's final and a shot at gold.
Speaking during his visit, Mr Cameron said: "Our country is a small country that does big things. The UK is a country that can deliver, that can get things done, that can put on an incredible show, that can make people feel proud to be British and, above all, can provide an inspiration for future generations."
He met 18-year-old Katie Kirk, a 400m athlete from Co Down, a future Olympic hopeful nominated by Dame Mary Peters to take part in the opening ceremony.
Katie was one of seven Olympic protégées who carried the torch around the Olympic stadium and lit the cauldron during the ceremony which was watched by millions of people around the world.
Mr Cameron said: "The idea of all those petals (of fire) coming together...it was extremely beautiful and moving, it was also a brilliant feat of engineering.
"It was a beautiful, magical moment for our country and it was great that you were part of it," he told her.
In a published letter Mr Cameron he wanted to highlight that all four regions of the UK are benefiting from the games and not just the capital.
He highlighted the participation of Northern Irish talent in the Olympic build-up and opening ceremony, athletes competing in the games as well as £40million in business contracts and the potential tourism boost as examples of the region's involvement in the London 2012 Games.
Mr Cameron also visited the Giant's Causeway and its newly opened multi-million pound visitors centre as part of his trip.