Olympics Speakers

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.

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Kerri Pottharst

Kerri Pottharst is one of Australia's most well known and well-loved athletes - a triple Olympian with two Olympic medals, Kerri spent 22 years competing in a sport she loves. She is one of Australia's most decorated indoor and beach volleyball players and is the only Australian woman to have competed in the prestigious A1 Italian Indoor Volleyball League. After overcoming countless challeng ...

Kieren Perkins

In striving to achieve his own personal goals Kieren sets an example that we can all learn from and be inspired by. Amongst his peers and the nation Kieren has forged a name for himself as someone who focuses on consistent and constant personal improvement, not just the glory of winning! Kieren's techniques for success and personal growth can be applied to all areas of life and business, and he i ...

Kurt Fearnley

Kurt Fearnley is a three time Paralympic gold medalist and two time Commonwealth Games gold medalist. He has won over 40 marathons, including New York, Chicago and London in a career spanning more than 20 years. In 2009 Kurt crawled the Kokoda track, in Papua New Guinea, to raise awareness of men’s health. Kurt was also a member of the winning Sydney to Hobart yacht crew, Investec Loyal, in 2012. He is New South Wales Australian of the Year for 2019.

Kurt is an accomplished corporate speaker, a published Author (Pushing the Limits: Life, Marathons and Kokoda), host of Tiny Island podcast and host of 2020 ABCTV’s One Plus One.

Lauren Burns

Lauren Burns created sporting history by winning the first ever Olympic medal for Taekwondo when the sport made its debut at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Her amazing triumph at the Sydney Games was achieved against the odds - requiring enormous discipline, commitment, perseverance and teamwork. Lauren has spoken to over 150,000 people in the past 5 years and in her presentations Lauren talks abo ...

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