Olympics Speakers

Susie O'Neill

One of Australia's most successful swimmers ever, Susie O'Neill holds a record 35 Australian titles, eight Olympic medals and a string of victories at international level. At one point she was Australia's only female world record holder, after breaking Mary T Meagher's 19 year old record in the 200m butterfly. ...

Tatiana Grigorieva

As a former national level 400m hurdler in Russia, Tatiana took up pole vaulting when she migrated to Australia in 1997. Her greatest sporting achievements to date have been winning a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and gold at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Tatiana has also been the face of the Spring Racing Carnival and Rexona. She has appeared on countless magazine covers. Tatiana is ...

Tim Daggett

For Tim Daggett, Olympic gold was the culmination of a dream and the beginning of a journey that took him from glory to tragedy...and taught him the strength of courage, commitment, perseverance, and most of all, the power to believe in oneself.
It began in Los Angeles during the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, when Tim stunned the world with his perfect 10.0 on the high bar which clinched the firs ...

Todd Woodbridge

Combining with Mark Woodforde in doubles, Todd formed the most successful team in tennis history. The Woodies, as they are affectionately known throughout the world, have become modern day legends. In not only tennis, but Australian sport in general! Todd, with Mark Woodforde hold the record for the most titles won in Professional Tennis. ...

Torah Bright

At only 22 years of age Torah is one of the world's leading female snowboarders. Torah is the hottest youth sports commodity on the planet. Torah made her Olympic debut at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino and has since claimed the 2006/07 TTR World Title and back to back US Open, Nippon Open, World Superpipe and Burton Global Open Series titles. Torah is one of the most photographed snowboarder ...

Torvil and Dean

Torvill and Dean are a famous innovative British ice dancing team, consisting of Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. They became the only figure skating team to ever receive the perfect score of 6.0 across the board from every judge, in the 1984 Winter Olympics. This achievement is unlikely to ever be matched, as the scoring system has been completely revamped.

Becoming professionals ...

Tyler Hamilton

Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world's top-ranked cyclists. He started his career with the US Postal Service team in the 1990s and quickly rose to become Lance Armstrong's most trusted lieutenant, and a member of his inner circle. For the first three of Armstrong's record seven Tour de France victories, Hamilton was by Armstrong's side. But just weeks after Hamilton reached his own personal ...

Zali Steggall

Zali Stegall is Australia's most successful international skier. Having attained the crown of World Champion and tasted Olympic success, Zali announced her retirement from international competition at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. In 2003 Zali became the director of Ski & Snowboard Australia Limited while maintaining here role as Director of the Olympic Institute of Winter Sports. In ...

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