Olympics Speakers

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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Clark Perry

Dr Clark Perry is a world leader in elite performance, leadership and team development. Clark Perry earned his international reputation following enormous success working closely with a wide array of elite athletes, coaches and business leaders, such as the Australian Swimming Team, Australian Cycling, the ARU Wallabies as well as the National Australia Bank, MLC, Toyota and Pfizer. In his role a ...

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Clint Robinson

Australia's greatest ever kayaker. With 48 National titles in kayaking and surf lifesaving, Clint wrote his name in the record books in 1999 by passing ironman legend Trevor Hendy for the most number of gold medals in Surf Lifesaving Australian Championships with 23 golds. Clint won gold in the K1 1000m at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992. Clint is one of Australia's most admired sports people. ...

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Clinton Hill

Clinton was a member of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games winning silver as part of Australia's historic 4x400m relay team. Clinton ended a 48 year drought when he anchored Australia home in the 4x400m relay to win silver in Athens and is a three time National 400m Champion. He finished 8th at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in the 400m and competed at the 2003 World Championships in semi-finals for the 4 ...

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Daley Thompson

Daley Thompson was the world's greatest decathlete, so often displaying unparalleled competitive ability.

He was unbeaten at the decathlon for ten years, and won gold medals at Commonwealth, European and World Championships, set a decathlon World Record and won Olympic Gold twice (1980 & 1984).

On retiring from his athletics career Daley played professional football for Mansfie ...

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Damian Brown

Damian Brown is an inspiring personality with outstanding sporting success; representing Australia in Weightlifting, at 3 Olympic Games and 4 Commonwealth Games winning 4 Gold, 1 Silver and 3 Bronze medals; and competing in twelve consecutive World Championships (a World Record). Damian was also honoured as the Australian Team Flag Bearer for the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Da ...

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Damien Thomlinson

Ex-Commando, Aspiring Paralympian, Motivational Speaker, Brand Ambassador. Damien Thomlinson became an elite commando at just 24. While serving in Afghanistan, his unit drove over an improvised Taliban bomb. Damien suffered horrendous injuries, and this resulted in both legs being amputated. Damien threw himself into rehabilitation. He taught himself to walk again with prosthetic legs, has parti ...

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Danny Green

Danny Green is the only boxer from Australia to win four professional boxing world titles in three weight divisions. One of the highest profile athletes in the country, greens laconic, affable laid back nature outside the ring belies his fierce and intense demeanour inside the ropes, his devastating power and aggressive instincts have earned him the well known moniker 'The Green Machine'.

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Dawn Fraser

Dawn Fraser was named Australian of the Year in 1964 and voted Australia's greatest female athlete in 1988. She was named Australian Female Athlete of the Century by the Sport Australian Hall of Fame as well as the World's Greatest Living Female Water Sports Champion by the International Olympic Committee in 1999. Also she is the recipient of the Australian Sports Medal on 14 July 2000 and The Ord ...

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