Sport Speakers

John Connolly

John Connolly is a rugby union coach and the former head coach of the Wallabies. Connolly has in the past worked with the Queensland Reds, Stade Francois, Swansea RFC and Bath Rugby. As a player, Connolly played hooker for the Brothers club in Brisbane.. Connolly took up a coaching position within the Queensland Rugby team and served as an Australian selector. During his time with Queensland, the ...

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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 Eales

John's impact on rugby has been un rivaled, now John is one of Australian most sort after public speakers.He has great presence in any room and is sure to be a draw card for both sporting and non sporting fans alike. As one of the greatest Australian sporting captains of all time John bring with him a real insight to the ability to lead people and also the ability to play your part in the greater ...

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John Fitzgerald

As a player, John's greatest career highlights came during the 11 years he represented Australia in the Davis Cup. During this time he put his stamp on Australian tennis. He took the honours on a number of occasions and his career was filled with many fist pumping triumphs. He held the Number 1 ranking in Australia, represented his country in 2 Olympic Games (Seoul and Barcelona), won 6 ATP TOUR ...

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John Gill

John Gill is the founder of his own martial arts motivational company, a totally unique executive development program which combines cutting edge research from the field of sport psychology and performance coaching with the ancient philosophies of martial arts masters. The program is presented by two of Australia's most highly respected motivational experts, John Gill (current and 8 times World Se ...

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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 Maclean

During fitness training near his hometown in June 1988, John Maclean was hit by an 8 tonne truck as he rode his bike. The impact resulted in John suffering multiple breaks to his pelvis and back, a fractured sternum, punctured lungs, a broken arm, and left John a paraplegic. It took astonishing courage and determination, but somehow this near-fatal accident was the making of him. Despite the grief of what he had lost, the excruciating physical pain and the challenges of daily life in a wheelchair, John decided he would become bigger and stronger than ever. He set about proving himself in the toughest sporting events the world had to offer.

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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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John Mitchell

John Mitchell's rugby career is a mixture of outstanding achievements both as a player and coach. Most recently gaining the title of coach of the Perth Super 14 team. John is a fantastic keynote speaker on leadership and committment, discussing subjects such as 'The Power of the Jersey - be proud of who you are and what you represent" "Leadership and Strategic Planning" "Building a Culture" . ...

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John O'Neill

Former CEO Australian Rugby Union, Former CEO Socceroos, State Bank of NSW. John O'Neill has created success running three major organisations in banking and in international sports where mass entertainment and broad community participation are essential features. He speaks with authority on the common elements exemplified in the experience across banking and sport - in doing so imparting imp ...

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