Sport Speakers

Ricky Stuart

Coach of both NSW and Sydney Roosters NRL- coach of the year 2002. Acheived utmost success in personal rugby career in numerous representative teams and recieved many awards. ...

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Rob Hamill

Marathon rowing champion Rob Hamill has been a New Zealand International rowing representative since 1986. Rob's numerous rowing achievements include World Championship Silver, Commonwealth Gold and a world record on the Concept 2 rowing machine. Rob represented New Zealand at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics then teamed up with the late Phil Stubbs and captured headlines around the world winning the gr ...

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Rob Lilwall

Rob Lilwall is an adventurer, author, and keynote speaker with independent adventures by bicycle and foot across 50,000 miles (80,000 km) of the world, including through Siberia, Tibet and Mongolia in winter, as well as Papua New Guinea, Australia, China, Iran and Afghanistan.

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Robbie Deans

Robbie Deans has achieved the highest level in Rugby Union, as a player for the New Zealand All Blacks and more recently a coach for the Australian Wallabies. He is regarded as the most successful coach in Super 14 history. He possesses a great energy and a strong will to succeed which is demonstrated by his coaching style and a prominent stance in the game of Rugby. Robbie's profile as the Aus ...

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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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Rod Macqueen

When the Wallabies succeeded in winning the World Cup in November 1999, Rod Macqueen became Australia's most successful national coach. His team had already won back to back Bledisloe Cups against New Zealand and notched up record victories against all the major rugby nations. What is the common thread linking so many achievements in a wide variety of pursuits? This is the message Rod Macqueen can ...

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Rodney Eade

Played AFL for Hawthorn from 1976 to 1987 and is now coaching the Western Bulldogs in Melbourne. Rodney took over the reins from Ron Barassi as Head Coach at Sydney in 1996, and was the most successful coach of the Swans since Jack Bissett in the 1930's. Rodney's leadership, team building and motivational skills are infused into his addresses, leaving audiences with a positive and refreshed atti ...

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Ron Barassi

Over a period of a quarter of a century, Ron has appeared in Grand Finals as a player, vice captain, captain and coach, two out of every three years. Ron's incredible football career has included representing both his state and country as a player, captain, coach or selector. Ron now also presents to corporate audiences on subjects such as motivation, leadership, goal setting and teambuilding. ...

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Ross Clarke-Jones

Ross became an established big wave surfer at the 1986 Billabong Pro at Waimea bay and the Pipeline Masters.

Ruby Rose

Ruby Rose landed her first gig in the public eye as a VJ for MTV; a role which not only graced her with an ASTRA award for 'favourite female' in less than twelve months, but also the backing of an entire generation of young adults desperate for a role model that didn't fit the mould, and definitely didn't want to. Appearing as a panelist on the Network Ten's 7pm Project, Guest Judge and Co-host o ...

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