Olympics Speakers

Paul Martin

Paul Martin's life changed for the better in 1992 when car accident claimed his left leg. His new-found form led to a lifestyle many people only dream about; that of a professional athlete. From the Ironman Triathlon to the Paralympic Games to critically acclaimed author, Paul Martin finds the beauty in adversity and he's here today to convince us all that we can too. ...

Peter Bol

Peter Bol will inspire your audience with his inspirational stories & personal experiences from his athletic career. He talks about consistency, goal setting, productivity, resilience, confidence & the power of sports psychology.

Peter Hadfield

Peter Hadfield is a person, like many high achieving Australians, whose achievements have remained largely unnoticed. He has been described as "Australia's greatest all-rounder".
His all-round abilities in athletics are unquestionable. Peter competed in the gruelling decathlon event - 10 athletic events contested over 2 days of competition.

He represented Australia in two Olympic Games ...

Peter Vidmar

At the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Peter Vidmar established himself not only as one of the world's greatest gymnasts, but as an inspirational leader and motivational force as well. Vidmar captained the U S Men's Gymnasts Team to it's first ever Olympic gold medal in a stunning upset victory over the defending world champions of the People's Republic of China.
Vidmar now spends much of h ...

Petria Thomas

Triple Gold Medallist in swimming, Petria Thomas is the epitome of Australian sporting culture. Her dedication, hard work has resulted in Petria remaining as the most experienced woman on the Australian swimming team. At the Olympic Games in Athens her third and final Olympic campaign, Thomas won the 100 metres butterfly and was a member of the women's 4X100m freestyle and medley relay teams, whi ...

Raelene Boyle

One of Australia's greatest track and field athletes, Raelene Boyle brought audiences to their feet for over fourteen years of international competition. Raelene first took the international stage in Mexico City in 1968 winning silver at the age of just 16, a promise of things to come. ...

Rechelle Hawkes

Captain of the Hockeyroos for eight years, and 3 gold medals at 3 different olympics. She provides inspiration and motivation to people from all walks of life through keynotes and workshops on goal setting, teamwork and success. Her message has received commendations from the highest level of business. ...

Robert de Castella

Robert de Castella (Deeks) is still recognised as one of Australia's greatest athletes after dominating the world in the gruelling event of the marathon. He was the first person to win the Commonwealth Games marathon twice, winning his first in Brisbane against Tanzanian Juma Ikanga in one of the most memorable and exciting marathons ever held. He went on to win the World Championship, set the w ...

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