Sport Speakers

Phil Waugh

Phillip Waugh is an Australian rugby union player, widely regarded as one of the world's leading flankers. His career as a player began at the Shore Schooll, Captaining the school's team in 1997. After his performance in this team he was selected to represent Australia in the 1997 Schoolboy's Team. Waugh's campaign continued in 1998, as he was named in the Australian under 19's Rugby team, and sub ...

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. ...

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Ray Hadley

Ray Hadley has been named Australia's best Radio Sports Broadcaster for 5 of the past 10 years. The radio industry awards are known as the "Rawards" and Ray's most recent win came for his coverage of the Sydney Olympics. ...

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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. ...

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Rex Hunt

Rex Hunt was born in Melbourne's bayside area of Mentone and it was not long before he developed his two great loves in life - fishing and football. When Rex started his senior football career with Richmond he was a Victorian Police Cadet, sixteen years later he graduated to Sergeant. In the meantime, Rex managed 202 senior VFL games for three clubs, Richmond, Geelong and St. Kilda and was the onl ...

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Richard Champion

Richard has had a football career spanning 14 years, including 10 years with the Brisbane Bears / Lions. Qualifying for entry to the AFL's prestigious 200 Club at the conclusion of his career, Richard Champion won lavish praise from coach Leigh Matthews. He was awarded Brisbane Lions Life Membership at the end of the 2000 season for his 10 years of loyal service to the club. Richard has a multi-t ...

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Richard Charlesworth

He excels. He always has. Whether leading the world in hockey, captaining Western Australia in cricket, cramming in a medical degree or winning a seat in federal parliament, Ric has been excellent as a rule and frequently brilliant. His natural gifts and a fierce appetite for victory have guaranteed his success. Ric is an author, a doctor of medicine, a former captain of the Australian Hockey Tea ...

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Richard Hadlee

When Sir Richard captured his 374th test wicket in 1988 against India in Bangalore, he became the world record holder. He went on to become one of the greatest all rounders in the history of the game, as he captured 431 test wickets and scored over 3000 test runs. Sir Richard Hadlee lives by his motto in life - "A quitter never wins and a winner never quits". He is a firm believer that you shou ...

Richard Telford

Professor Richard Telford is Australia's first full time sports scientist and a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation. He is one of Australia's top coaches, a fine athlete, an A grade footballer, cricketer, marathon runner and national title holder in the veterans 800, 1,500 and 5,000 events. ...

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Ricky Ponting

Ricky is a past captain of Australia's cricket team and one of the most decorated players in the history of the game. Recently retired, he is Australia's leading run scorer in both Test and ODI formats, has won more Test and ODI cricket matches both as player and captain than any other Australian cricketer and is second only to Sachin Tendulkar in total runs scored in Test match cricket. Ricky is ...

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