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.

Tyler Hamilton

Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world's top-ranked cyclists. He started his career with the US Postal Service team in the 1990s and quickly rose to become Lance Armstrong's most trusted lieutenant, and a member of his inner circle. For the first three of Armstrong's record seven Tour de France victories, Hamilton was by Armstrong's side. But just weeks after Hamilton reached his own personal ...

Vicki Wilson

Vicki Wilson is undoubtedly Australia's greatest Netball player, surpassing such legends of the sport as Anne Sargeant and Wilma Shakespear. Fittingly, she was recognised for her sporting achievements and status as a champion Australian by being awarded an Order of Australia medal in 1992, Named Queensland Sportswoman of the Year in 1993, presented with the keys to the city of Brisbane in 1999 and ...

Vinny Lauwers

On Saturday 12th August 2000 Vinny Lauwers returned to Melbourne after seven months and two weeks at sea. It had taken seven years of preparation for Vinny to realise his incredible dream...To be the first disabled person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world. May 2001 Vinny Lauwers was awarded as International Disabled Sports Person of the Year at the World Sports Awards in Monac ...

Wally Lewis

Wally Lewis "The King" is regarded by many as the greatest rugby league player ever. Through out the 1980's and into the 90's Wally Lewis was the most charismatic and dominant player in Rugby League. He led Queensland back to victory in the State of Origin, played in an incredible 33 tests for Australia, and for much of the decade was both Queensland and Australian Captain. His brilliant career ...

Warren Smith

Warren joined FOX SPORTS in 1995, and over the years has put his vast knowledge of sport to use, commentating on many of FOX SPORTS premier events including the NRL, the 1998 Winter Olympics, the World Superbike Championships & Moto GP, and the National Basketball League. Warren has quickly gained a reputation throughout the country for his distinctive commentary style and versatility ...

Wayne Bennett

Wayne is one of Australia's most successful, influential and innovative sports coaches. With all of his sporting achievements, as a player and a coach, he would be great when talking about achievement, beating the competition, bringing a team together and staying on top of your game. ...

Wayne Grady

Wayne Grady is one of the finest golfers this country has produced. The affable Queenslander with the mischievous grin is one of only eight Australians to have won a major title. He is an outstanding golf commentator whose services are highly sought after by networks in Australia and overseas. ...

Wayne Pearce

Wayne Pearce is a prominent sporting personality who injects interest, humour and hard won success stories into the conference agenda. After seven years as a professional Rugby League coach Wayne still enjoys his current involvement in Rugby League as a Fox sports commentator, however since leaving club coaching in September 2000, his main focus now is corporate speaking, corporate teambuilding an ...

Wayne Schwass

Wayne was one of the most highly rated performers in the AFL, playing 282 AFL games over 14 years with the North Melbourne Football Club between and the Sydney Swans. Since Wayne's retirement, he has gone on to forge a name for himself as a highly respected Australian AFL media identity on TV, radio and in print, working with SEN1116 and previously with Triple M, Fox Footy Channel and the Herald S ...

Wendell Sailor

Wendell Sailor is an exceptional sportsman who is revered as one of Australia's best dual code rugby football players and one of rugby league's greatest wingers of all time. During his rugby league career, Wendell Sailor played 19 Tests for Australia, five of which were in Super League, and 17 State of Origin matches for Queensland, three of them being Super League. During his time in rugby un ...

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