Olympics Speakers

Jane Saville

Triple National Champion and two times Commonwealth Games Champion. Olympic walking representative who won the hearts of a nation by the way she accepted the judges' decision when she was tragically disqualified 150m from a certain gold medal. Jane has recently won the gold medal for the 20km walk at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. As a result of her achievements and her inspirational, passionate an ...

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Jeremy Rolleston

A dual Olympian, Australian representative in two sports, highly successful investment banker and sought after keynote speaker and coach! In his own unique style Jeremy shares stories of determination and perseverance from set backs to success that will inspire and entertain. He encourages others to look at their lives, realize and follow their dreams, and leaves the audience feeling empowered, in ...

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Jessica Gallagher

Dr Jess Gallagher is no doubt one of those rare, inspiring individuals who with humility and humour affects any audience with her message.

What is unique but probably not surprising is the relevance her message has for the business world of today as we all face greater volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. The VUCA world might be new to us but to Jess its standard operating procedure. It’s somewhat ironic then that the expert who might lead us into this future is one with low physical vision but an acute foresight around what it will take to thrive in this rapidly disrupted workspace.

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Johanna Griggs

Channel Seven mega-personality, face of the Olympic coverage, Better Homes and Gardens, Sportsworld, you name it. The former world ranked backstroker was one of Australia's youngest Commonwealth Games swimmers winning medals at the Auckland Commonwealth Games and Perth World Championships. After retiring, Johanna joined the Channel 7 network in 1993 and has since become one of Australia's most pop ...

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John Coutis

John P. Coutis is an exceptional person. Born with a severe disability that rendered his legs useless, John defied medical opinion by refusing to die. Today John speaks all around the world to tens of thousands, very enthusiastic and eager people, whom he leaves breathless. John was a guest speaker at the 1997 World Masters of Business Seminar where he shared the day with some of the world's fore ...

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John Konrads

Swimming legend John Konrads astounded the sporting world when at the age of 15 he broke every freestyle World Record from 200m to 1500m. John represented Australia at the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Olympic Games, winning gold in the 1500m freestyle at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games and bringing home three gold medals from the 1958 Cardiff Commonwealth Games. Having achieved sporting success early on, Jo ...

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John McEnroe

John McEnroe embodies the American spirit. His relentless pursuit of perfection, combined with a technical mastery honed through years of competition, has made him a popular champion and tennis legend.

He won his first Grand Slam singles title in 1979 when he captured the first of four U.S. Open Championships. In 1981, he took the first of his three Wimbledon singles titles, becoming the youngest #1 ranked male in the history of professional tennis. With seven grand slam singles championships and ten grand slam doubles championships, McEnroe is still considered one of the greatest players of the game.

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JP Pawliw-Fry

Dr. Pawliw-Fry trained at Harvard Medical School's Mind Body Medical Institute and the Stress Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Centre. He provides keynotes across North America to sales organisations, executive education programs, management retreats, annual general meetings, coaching clinics and motivational seminars. Dr. Pawliw-Fry uses cutting edge research and inspiring person ...

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Kaarle McCulloch

Kaarle McCulloch teamed up with the legendary Anna Meares to grab Bronze in London. It took World Record performances to beat this tough Aussie duo, but in the end they did Australia proud with their effort, commitment and results. Kaarle is a Triple World Champion, Commonwealth Gold Medallist and now Olympic Medallist, at only 24 years of age these are astounding achievements in themselves. Wi ...

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Karni Liddell

Karni Liddell has already established herself as one of Australia's most successful and well-respected Paralympic swimmers of our time. Karni's journey to success began a lot differently than the typical elite athlete. Karni was diagnosed at birth with a degenerative muscle wasting disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Many Doctors and specialists told her amazing parents that their first-born c ...

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