Cameron Brink's Boyfriend Inspires Her Training Regimen—Here's How

Cameron Brink's Boyfriend Inspires Her Training Regimen—Here's How

Cameron Brink always has her biggest fan in her corner.

The 22-year-old has had a rockin' year. In April, the forward (who previously played for Stanford University) became one of the newest Los Angeles Sparks stars after being selected second overall in the WNBA draft. She even just starred in a new SKIMS campaign alongside legends like Candace Parker and Kelsey Plum, and threw out the first pitch at a Dodgers game.

But no one (not even her god-sibling Steph Curry) has been cheering her on more than boyfriend Ben Felter.

Ben is always there to support his girl, whether it’s from the stands or on the 'gram. Here’s everything you need to know about this sweet couple.

Cameron Brink's boyfriend is a Stanford athlete, too.

Like Cameron, Ben attended Stanford University, which appears to be where the two met. He's also an athlete, competing as a starboard on the Stanford Rowing Team. The Palo Alto, California, native committed to the team in October 2019, ultimately competing for four years.

Ben majored in computer science and appeared on the Pac-12's Spring Academic Honor Roll three times, per his athlete bio. He graduated this May, just like Cameron.

He helped lead the rowing team to some impressive showings, with Stanford placing first in the final for No. 2 boats at the 2023 IRA Championship, according to the university. Ben also rowed in the No. 5 seat on Stanford's second Varsity Eight during the IRA Championships.

Plus, some of his training habits have since rubbed off on Cameron. While chatting with WH at the 2024 WNBA draft, she credited her boyfriend with getting her to drink water.

“[Ben] is a rower and they burn calories, lose sweat like crazy. And I kind of saw directly how much that affected his performance," Cameron told WH, adding she now tries to drink a gallon a day. "I've just felt the differences mentally, physically, my skin, everything. So it's such an easy fix to feel better as a whole."

Ben works as a portfolio analyst.

After studying computer science throughout his college career, Ben landed an engineering internship at cryptocurrency fintech startup Kaladin after his sophomore year, per his LinkedIn.

That August, he began working part-time as a portfolio analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense's Defense Innovative Unit.

He's close with his family.

Ben has two brothers, Darby and Max. Darby graduated West Point in 2023, while Max is set to graduate the military academy in 2026. And both are pretty impressive in their own right: In 2022 Darby was named Cadet of the Month by West Point's Combat Terrorism Center, while Max served as a data analytics intern in the Army Analytics Group a year later.

Ben clearly loves spending time with his siblings, as he often posts pics of the trio hiking, biking, and swimming.

He enjoys spending time outdoors.

Ben enjoys time in the sun and surfing, particularly with Cameron by his side. He taught her how to surf, according to this truly adorable post.

"The best teacher 🏄🏼♀️🤍" Cameron wrote in 2023.

They also spend a lot of time at the beach together and going on hikes, according to their social media accounts.

They began dating in 2021.

Ben and Cameron have been going strong for three years now, having just celebrated their anniversary in March.

“Three years together, a day to celebrate the soul that makes me whole ❤️” he wrote beneath a carousel of photos of the two of them.

Meanwhile, on their second anniversary, Cameron shared a video compilation of their relationship. The sweet clips showed the two jumping on the trampoline, swimming, paddleboarding, working out, and just overall enjoying each other’s company.

They made their relationship ~IG official~ in July 2021.

He’s her biggest fan.

Ben is constantly showing up for Cameron. When she was named the Pac-12 Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, he commented, "LETS GOOOO" on her celebratory post.

Most recently, he shared a series of photos of Cameron at the draft on his IG Story.

“Beyond proud,” he captioned one. He added a series of purple and yellow hearts to another, in honor of the LA Sparks' colors.

Love these two together!

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