Steve Moneghetti

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - Vic

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A legend of Australian marathon running, Steve competed in his 4th Olympic Games in Sydney 2000 in which he was captain of the Australian athletics team. He has travelled more kilometres than Burke and Wills since running his first marathon at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh.
Steve is the classic "local hero". He has won the Ballarat sports person of the year awards six times, was 1989 Victorian Sport Male Sports Star of the year and was ranked by Athletics International in 1994 as the number one marathon runner in the world.

Steve Moneghetti along with Cathy Freeman is possibly Australia's most well known and identifiable athlete. Over the last decade Moneghetti has continued to be one of Australia's most outstanding performers at major competitions including the Olympic Games, World Championships, Commonwealth Games and the World Cross Country Titles.

Steve is an articulate speaker who draws parallels between his efforts and success, to those required in the corporate sector.
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