Sport Speakers

John Shackleton

John Shackleton is a top sports coach with a sports psychology background who shows international business audiences techniques to exercise the biggest muscle in the body - the brain. John Shackleton is passionate about peak performance and helping people achieve their sales potential. He is also passionate about raising peoples game through focusing on their own self-esteem... hugely important fo ...

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John Steffensen

One of Australia's most talented track stars, John Steffensen represents an exciting new era in Australian athletics. Steffensen's gold medal winning run at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games unveiled him as Australia's new athletics hero. The effervescent sprinter cruised to victory in the Men's 400m and spearheaded the 4x400m team to finish the Commonwealth Games with two gold medals. A f ...

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John Tapp

Known to many simply as ‘Tappy’, John Tapp will go down in the history books as one of Australia’s all-time greatest sports commentators. He was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in 1996, and in 2007 he was recognized as an Australia Post ‘Australian Legend’.

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Justin Langer

Until the announcement of his retirement from test cricket in 2007 Justin was one of Australia's great top-order batsmen. Originally playing at number 3 he moved to opener in 2001 and played 105 test matches scoring 7,696 runs including 23 test centuries. Justin's success is the result of hard work and a strong determined will. His presentations includes a bridge between the business world and th ...

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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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Kate Slatter

Kate Slatter is widely regarded as Australia's leading female rower. She is able to draw on experiences from her success, training and also both her bachelor of science and commerce. ...

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Kate Waterhouse

A part of this country's racing royalty, Kate Waterhouse has grown up in the media spotlight. She is the daughter of leading thoroughbred trainer Gai and grand-daughter of racing legend Tommy “TJ” Smith. Kate is the David Jones Race wear Ambassador and fulfils various fashion-related roles surrounding the racing calendar. ...

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Katrina Webb

As an Australian sporting legend, Katrina Webb in no stranger to a gold medal podium or a star-lit stage. She has received awards and medals most athletes only dream about. Despite this success, her journey hasn’t always been easy. Born into a family of sporting stars, it was no surprise that a young Katrina Webb was born with natural athleticism. By the age of eighteen, she had already secured a netball scholarship at The Australian Institute of Sport. What she didn’t realise at this time was that her sporting career was about to take an unexpected turn.

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Kay Cottee

On June 5, 1988 Kay Cottee became the first woman to complete a single handed non-stop circumnavigation of the globe. Many companies and non-profit organisations have benefited from hearing Kay's story, which she tells with great simplicity and humility. She is an excellent presenter and through her story she can not only motivate but inspire an audience to excel in their own particular field. ...

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