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Olympics Speakers

Alice Mills

Nicknamed "Pocket Rocket" Alice swam into Australian swimming legend and captured the heart of the nation when as the youngest member of the unforgettable world record breaking 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay quartet in Athens. She re-wrote history as the first Australian women to capture to secure Gold in the event in nearly 50 years. Success has followed Alice with numerous world titles and Gold in the ...

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Alicia Coutts

Olympic Gold and Silver medalist, Telstra Swimmer of the Year and five-time Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Alicia Coutts star continues to rise. Alicia had overcome several personal health setbacks. Excelling in her junior swimming career, glandular fever stifled her ambitions to qualify for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games. When she joined the Australian Institute of Sport health complication ...

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Andrew Gaze

Andrew Gaze's achievements speak for themselves. As a speaker, Andrew holds an audience in the palm of his hand. At 201cm, he has a commanding presence, but is still one of the crowd and obviously enjoys interacting with people from all walks of life and of all ages. He is a true inspiration. In his role as NAB Ambassador, Andrew has been travelling to a number of communities across Australia to s ...

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Andrew Hoy

Andrew Hoy is a renowned rider and lecturer and one of Australia's all-time great Olympians. He competed in his 5th Olympic Games at Sydney 2000. At both the Sydney and Barcelona Olympic Games he was a part of the Australian team that won gold medals in the three-day team event. Andrew also won Silver in the Individual three-day equestrian event in Sydney. Andrew is a tenacious competito ...

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Anna Meares

Anna Meares is one of Australia's favourite sporting heroes and one of the most talented athletes in the world. She is a three-time Olympian, two-time Olympic champion (gold and silver in London, gold and bronze in Athens, and silver in Beijing), ten-time world champion across four different events, four-time Commonwealth Games champion, and current world champion in two events (the team sprint an ...

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Brennon Dowrick

Brennon Dowrick is an Ex pommel horse Olympian. With every presentation Brennon brings his pommel horse and does a display at the end which always goes down as the most memorable part of each conference. His talk does have a humorous element as he discusses on how hard it is to be taken seriously as a man in tights, although when you see the strength and balance involved in the routines it is awes ...

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Brooke Hanson

Brooke Hanson remains one of Australia's most recognised Olympians. She has represented Australia over 25 times at major international championships. Her career highlight came when she won Olympic gold and silver medals at Athens Olympic Games. She claimed several podium finishes throughout her career including the World Short Course Championships where she made history, winning a record six gol ...

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Cathy Freeman

Cathy Freeman, is one of Australia's most admired and respected athletes. She is an Australian superstar and an Australian icon. Cathy has not been an overnight success. She has achieved her goals through hard work, commitment and natural talent becoming a world-class athlete and winning the ultimate prize in any sport - an Olympic gold medal. As one of Australia's most popular high profile perso ...

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Chris Fydler

One of swimming veterans, Chris Fydler continues to be a consistent performer for Australia in the sprint freestyle events. Chris has been a member of the swim team for the past 12 years and team captain for the last four. He has represented Australia at three Olympic Games, three World Championships and three Commonwealth Games. At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Chris realised a life long dr ...

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Christian Sprenger

Olympic Silver Medalist Christian Sprenger's swimming career began at the Australian Swimming Championships where he qualified in the 100 m and the 200 m breaststroke, placing second in both events to qualify for the Olympics in Beijing. He failed to make the finals in either event but picked up a silver after swimming in the heats of the medley relay. Later on in the year he won nine individual ...

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