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.

Ian Healy

Ian Healy was a permanent fixture in the Australian Cricket Team from 1988 to 1999, missing just one Test - because of a broken thumb, and amassing five world records along the way. He holds the record for the most dismissals by a keeper in Test history with his final tally of 395 made up of 366 catches and 29 stumpings. But his record-breaking efforts extend beyond his skill behind the stumps. ...

Ian Kiernan

Ian Kiernan is the founder and Chairman of Clean Up Australia and Clean Up the World - a community based organisation which aims to inspire and work with communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment. Clean Up Australia voices community concerns on the state of the environment and the need for ongoing care, while facilitating the restoration of environmental assets and assisting co ...

Ian Luff

Motoring expert Ian Luff has been involved in the driver development industry since 1972. Ian is not only a highly respected guest public speaker and presenter, he is a sought after radio personality, motoring writer and columnist, television commentator, and experienced motor racing competitor. A fully qualified engineer with an extensive background in sales and marketing within the automotive in ...

Ian Thorpe

Ian Thorpe, who would later become one of the greatest swimmers the world has ever known, had to first over come an allergy to chlorine. By the age of 11, Ian had outgrown the allergy. At 14, Ian made history by becoming the youngest male to ever make the Australian Mens' swim team. At 17, Ian was selected for the Australian Mens' Olympic swim team. He became the hero of the Games for Australia, a ...

Jackie Stewart

Known as "The Flying Scot", the former racing driver from Scotland is seen by many as the first truly modern professional racing driver. Jackie has done more than any man before or since to build a business life on the basis of his on-track record. Translating his legendary eye for detail from cockpit to boardroom, he has shared with the automotive industry the rich fruits of his racing experie ...

Jacqui Cooper

Jacqui is Australia's foremost aerial freestyle skier. She has won 15 World Cups, been World Champion in 1999, and World Cup Freestyle Champion in 1999, 2000, and 2001. An horrific knee injury suffered while training for the 2002 Winter Olympics postponed her aim to win an Olympic Gold Medal. Jacqui is back in training and the 2006 Olympics is her goal. Jacqui is vibrant and extremely positive you ...

James Tomkins

One of Australia's greatest rowers, James Tomkins is the only rower in history to win world championship titles in every sweep oar event. With six Olympic Games under his belt, James Tomkins is truly an inspiration. His achievements were recognised when James was awarded the International Rowing community's most prestigious award 'The Thomas Keller' medal. ...

Jane Flemming

Golden girl Jane Flemming is one of Australia' most loved sporting legends. During her career the dual Olympian won two Commonwealth Games Gold Medals, countless national titles and broke literally hundreds of records over a period of 15 years in elite competition. Jane's athletic success is mirrored in her commercial life with successful business ventures including the conception and marketing of ...

Jane Hall

Sydney-sider, Jane Hall, has been described as 'the world's most accomplished female expedition racer.' In captaining 'Team Aussie' to success in six EcoChallenge Adventure Races, she has succeeded in an event which has even beaten the world's greatest living adventurer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Everest climbers and Ironman Triathletes. Jane is a high achiever, with a PhD in Marine Ecology, an Honor ...

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