Sport Speakers

Professional MCs, cricketers, motor racing stars, swimming legends, triathletes, NAB Ambassadors, Olympic Game champions, NBL coaches, football stars and more. Ovations has harnessed a global talent pool that can teach teams, trainers and teachers alike some of the hard-learned secrets of successful athletes the world over. Play smarter, not just harder.

Luke Elvy

Luke Elvy is a lead presenter/reporter for Fox Sports Australia. He is a passionate sports follower and has over a decade of journalistic experience in print and television media. Luke began his career at Fairfax Pty/Ltd as a copy person for 18 months before landing an Internship in the Sports department of the Sydney Morning Herald. At age 21, he accepted a role as Editor of a boutique magazine ...

Mal Meninga

Big Mal is remembered by all Australians for his formidable power, pace, handling and deadly accuracy and consistency with the boot. Mal Meninga's in the Rugby League Hall of Fame, scored the most points of any player in The Green and Gold jersey and is the top-point scorer for Queensland in State of Origin history. ...

Mark Beretta

Mark Beretta is doing what he loves most - talking about sport. Mark presents the breaking sport stories of the day, as sport presenter for Seven's 6pm News in Sydney, and the national SUNRISE program. He also hosts and commentates on many of Seven Sport's major events, and is the fill-in host for David Koch on SUNRISE. ...

Mark Ella

The name Ella is synonymous with Rugby Union. Mark Ella played for Sydney, New South Wales and represented Australia 25 times, and Captained 10 sides. His profile and reputation precede him wherever he travels. In 1998 Mark was selected coach of Australian Sevens Team to represent at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur winning a Bronze medal. With achievements such as, 'Young Australian of ...

Mark Inglis

Working in New Zealand's Mount Cook National Park as a professional Search and Rescue Mountaineer, Mark Inglis' life was forever changed in 1982 after he lost both legs below the knee to frostbite. He went on to study human biochemistry as a research scientist before becoming Senior Winemaker for Montana Wines for 10 years. His love of sport and the outdoors continues, however: he has been an i ...

Mark Occhilupo

Few athletes have captured the world's heart's and imaginations like Ozzie surfer, Mark Occhilupo. Brought up in surfing mecca of South Sydney, Occy was quick to stamp it with his trademark style; gouging through waves with a relentless barrage of power and aggression. At 16 he exploded onto the contest scene, where he was instantly recognised as one of the strongest surfers on the planet.

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Mark Readings

Mark Readings is one of the state's most respected journalists, presenters and MCs, having spent 35 years in the media industry.

In 2003 Mark was presented with a Logie Award and a Walkley Award for his coverage of the Bali bombings. He was one of the survivors, having been in the Sari Club and inside Paddy's Bar during the first explosion. It's a remarkable story nearly 20 years later.

Mark Skaife

Arguably one of Australia's leading drivers of the 90's and part of the Holden Racing Team, Mark Skaife has an enviable reputation surrounded with success. In 2001 Mark succeeded in clenching his 2nd Championship for the Holden Racing Team, and 4th overall. A perfectionist, Mark is dedicated to constantly improving the performance of the teams racing Commodore, working constantly with his data and ...

Mark Taylor

When Australian of the Year for 1999, Mark Taylor retired from international cricket on February 2, 1999, the curtain dropped on an outstanding career as a player and Test Captain. During the decade that he opened the batting for his country and the five years he was its highly-acclaimed and successful Captain, the New South Welshman was in the vanguard of a triumphant era for Australian cricke ...

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