Peter Bol

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Australia - NSW

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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.

Originally born in Sudan, Peter was forced to move at the age of 8 as his family sought refuge in Australia from the Civil War. His journey has taken him from never even training for a track event to his hidden talent emerging at the age of 17 at a high school in Perth and eventually representing Australia at 2 Olympic Games and multiple other international events.

Today, Peter is an accomplished middle distance runner who holds the current national 800m record and in 2021, he became the first Australian athlete in 53 years to make it to the 800m final at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Proud Australian Olympian, Athlete & Keynote Speaker dedicated to helping people across the globe with goal setting, consistency, resilience & productivity. Outside of his ambitions and aspirations within athletics, he has found a passion for helping others in the form of mentoring, coaching, and speaking.

Speaking topics

Sport & Life

Peter shares his overall journey with sports & life, focusing on building a solid foundation for success in sports, in the

Topics covered:

  • Adversity in sports & life: How to overcome world’s biggest obstacle
  • How to recognize opportunities and build your support team
  • The transformation power of sport
  • The power of the mind

The Olympic Games + Q & A

Peter shares his journey to the Olympic Games in 2016 & 2020 and his experiences when representing Australia on the global stage.

Topics covered:

  • The Preparation of an Olympian– On and off Track
  • Insight into training physical and mental
  • The impact of Covid-19
  • Open Q&A to Audience
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Speaker Video

Peter Bol - Insight

Peter Bol - Insight

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