Sport Speakers

Sir James Hardy

Sir James Hardy is a sportsman, wine maker, raconteur, businessman, and community leader. In 1962 he was appointed Resident Director for New South Wales of the Hardy Wine Company and has lived in Sydney since that time. In 1981 he was appointed Chairman of Directors. In August 1992, Sir James became a Non-Executive Director of the newly merged company BRL Hardy Wine Company. Over the years he h ...


Stephanie Rice

Heralded as Australia's "Princess of the Pool", Stephanie Rice has emerged from the Beijing Olympics as a genuine sports star. Not just content with winning three Olympic gold medals at the Games, but she also broke the world record - three times! With her in-pool success just recently behind her, Stephanie's popularity is set to explode and her journey as one of Australia's sweet-hearts is set to ...


Stephen Quartermain

Stephen Quartermain is has had an extrordinary career as a radio and television sports journalist. Stephen Quartermain began his career in journalism in 1980 as a cadet reporter with Leader Associated Newspapers, moving two years later to the ABC. He joined the TEN Network in December 1984. During his three years as an ABC radio and television journalist, he gained extensive experience covering po ...


Steve Hooker

Steve Hooker considered a career as an AFL player before committing to athletics and pole-vaulting his way to gold in the 2006 Commonwealth games. He has since achieved podium finishes in the IAAF Grand Prix in London and Melbourne, second in the World Series in Poland, and third in the 2008 World Indoor Championships in Valencia. Despite a bout of glandular fever, Steve cleared the 6.00 meter mar ...


Steve Moneghetti

As a legend of Australian marathon running, Steve is an articulate speaker who draws parallels between his efforts and success, to those required in the corporate sector. ...


Steve Pizzati

Steve is an advanced driving instructor and race driver for Porsche Australia and is part of the International Audi driver training team. He is a freelance motoring journalist and stunt driver for photography and is a presenter on Australia's Top Gear show. He is also the co-host of a motoring radio program on 3AW Melbourne along with Tom Elliot. ...


Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh's massive contribution to the world of cricket has entrenched his status as one of the sports most resillient and respected players. To Steve Waugh, being Australian is about "looking after your mates, taking care of your family, being able to have a laugh at yourself". Born in Sydney, Steve still lives in the southern suburbs with his young family. Steve Waugh has played representativ ...


Steven Bradbury

Olympic Champion, Champion Speaker and genuine onstage Motivator and Entertainer is a unique skill set. 

Transitioning from being an expert speed skater to an expert motivational speaker, MC and after dinner entertainer has been an interesting ride over the last 12 years.  Steven Bradbury has presented at over 1000 conferences and events in 19 countries and still loves it.  He loves the adrenalin before going onstage and loves that his strategies for success in business and in life are able to inspire and help people. 


Stirling Mortlock

Born in Sydney on 20 May 1977, Stirling Austin Mortlock began playing rugby with Lindfield Juniors at four years of age. His escalating Rugby career reached one of many highs when In 2006, Stirling was passed the honour of becoming the 73rd player to Captain the Wallabies. He received his greatest honour when he was asked to Captain the Wallabies at the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France. Regarded ...


Stu Wilson

There is no doubt that Stu Wilson is one of the most cherished of former All Blacks and is quite rightly regarded as one of the most gifted and skilful players to pull on the famous black jersey. Wilson's impressive All Black career spans 85 matches scoring 50 tries through almost a decade of rugby. Since his retirement he has remained one of the game's most astute observers and his abilities have ...

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