Olympics Speakers

Liz Weekes

Liz was played a leading role in the Australian womens waterpolo teams success at the olympics, where the team won gold. Liz now combines her water polo with corporate speaking, modelling and television appearances ...

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Louise Sauvage

Voted Australian Paralympian of the Year in 1994, 96, 97 & 98, 1997 Australian Institute of Sport Athlete of the Year. Louise holds numerous world records. World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability at the inaugural Laureus Awards hosted by the World Sports Academy. She is a tremendous inspirational and motivational speaker. ...

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Mark Woodforde

Over the past 12 years Mark Woodforde has been one of Australia's most successful players in world tennis. In singles he has won four ATP tour events in Auckland, Adelaide (twice) and the US Pro Championships in Philadelphia. He has had career wins over all of the world's top players and in 1996 established himself as Australia's top ranked singles player. Combining with Todd Woodbridge in doubles ...

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Matt Shirvington

Matt has become one of Australia's all time greatest sprinters. Winner of five consecutive National Titles in the 100m and five top three finishes nationally in the 200m. After overcoming a series of injuries, Matt suffered from glandular fever in 2003. Recurring symptons forced him to withdraw from the 2004 Olympics, however Matt returned to qualify for the 2005 World Championships and compete ...

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Matt Welsh

Matt Welsh has carved himself into Australian swimming folklore as one of our greatest ever backstrokers. In recent times, Welsh has become a triple Commonwealth games gold medallist, national and world champion and world record holder. His maturity and passion for representing his country combined with his rustic looks and streamline physique makes him one of Australian swimming's most appealing ...

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Matthew Mitcham

Matthew Mitcham is an Olympic diver whose story motivates any audience. He has received the highest single-dive score in history and uses both his professional and personal struggles to connect with the audience, leaving them feeling driven.

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Michael Diamond

Mike Diamond rose to prominence in 1996 when he won Gold in the Men's Trap rifle shooting at Atlanta. He repeated the effort in Sydney four years later and also took Gold at the Commonwealth Games in 2002 at Manchester. Mike was also World Champion in the event in 1999, 2000 and 2001. ...

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Michael Klim

One of the most prolific and popular Australian swimmers. Very confident, draws on many life experiences, triumphs and struggles for his keynotes. He is very approachable. ...

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Michael Milton

Michael is a talented and sought-after speaker and Australia's First winter Paralympic Medallist. Over the years he has done numerous presentations to corporate groups of varying sizes and is well used to adapting his speech to suit themed events. At the age of nine, Michael contracted bone cancer and had his leg amputated. Michael is now both a world and Olympic skiing champion, not to mention ow ...

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Michelle Ferris

Michelle Ferris was the sensation of the Australian cycling team at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. However her two Silver medal winning performances came as no surprise to the national coaching staff who knew that Michelle was capable of such world beating performances. Although Michelle only left the junior ranks in 1995, she is already a veteran of internationa ...

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