Commonwealth Games 2022 winning and high achieving Speakers to inspire your team

Since 1930, the Commonwealth Games have brought together some of the best athletes in the world to compete and inspire. As a celebration of athletic achievement, inclusivity and international cooperation, the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games are packed full of athletes who have defied the odds and perform on the world’s biggest stages.

If you’re looking for the perfect speaker to ignite the passions of your team, you’ll find plenty of options within those competing in the games.

While it might sound like a tough task to lock down such an impressive speaker, we’re here to help. Just let us know which athlete or what type of experience you’re looking for, and we will take care of the rest.

So whether you’re looking for guidance from a dominant household name, an up-and-coming star, or a perennial underdog, you can find the perfect Commonwealth Games athlete to come and talk to your team or organization.

Reach out today and take the next step toward providing the inspiration that your team needs to succeed. One of our consultants will be in touch, and we can narrow it down to the best possible speaker for your needs. Whether you prefer a live or virtual talk, we can make it happen, and are always upfront when it comes to cost and availability.

  • Jessica Gallagher

    Dr Jess Gallagher is no doubt one of those rare, inspiring individuals who with humility and humour affects any audience with her message.

    An Australian representative in 3 sports (athletics, alpine skiing and track cycling), the first Australian to have medalled at a summer and winter Paralympics or Olympics, the first Australian women to medal at a winter Paralympics, a World
    Champion and numerous World Championship and World Cup medals- all with a slight twist.

    Jessica will challenge you to think differently and see your world from a whole new perspective. Her inspiring story is unlike any other.

  • Kyle Chalmers OAM

    Kyle Chalmers is an Olympic swimming champion, who inspires through his efforts and achievements both in and out of the swimming pool.

  • Ariarne Titmus

    Ariarne Titmus has quickly become the star of the Australian sporting landscape off the back of her dual gold medal winning efforts in the 200m & 400m freestyle events at the Tokyo Olympics, defeating five-time Olympic champion and all-time great Katie Ledecky. The 400m freestyle battle between Titmus and Ledecky in Tokyo has been reported the as one of the greatest Olympic races & rivalries of all time, with U.S broadcaster NBC reporting an average TV audience of 16.2million viewers, firmly placing Ariarne’s profile on the international stage.

  • Dean Boxall

    Dean Boxall is the head coach at the revered swim program at St Peters Western and responsible for the exhilarating performances of Ariarne Titmus at Tokyo 2020 and her rise to the top of the swimming ranks.

  • Peter Bol

    Peter Bol will inspire your audience with his inspirational stories & personal experiences from his athletic career. He talks about consistency, goal setting, productivity, resilience, confidence & the power of sports psychology.

  • Cody Simpson

    Popstar Cody Simpson made international headlines for his stunning return to swimming. The international recording artist qualified for his first international competition at the Commonwealth Games only two years after returning to the pool. Cody qualified for the finals of the 100m butterfly and won a gold and silver medal for his heat swims in the 4x100m freestyle relay and the 4x100m medley relay respectively. 

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