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Sport and Sporting Speakers

Room54 can supply sporting speakers for events across the UK from a wide range of sporting backgrounds such as football, rugby, cricket, boxing, athletics and many more. Our sports speakers can deliver inspirational and motivational speeches covering topics such as teamwork or leadership. Alternatively, you may be looking for sporting speakers to regale your audience with anecdotes and comedy to provide light entertainment for your guests, which is often just the tonic required to contrast the more serious business of the day.  If you are looking for sports speakers, Room54 has a speaker to suit every type of event.

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Victoria Pendleton CBE is Great Britain’s most successful female cyclist of all time and one of the highest profile sports women in the country.

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Will is one of England’s greatest ever rugby players, representing Leicester Tigers and Harlequins, and winning more than 50 caps for the England rugby team. He was a key member of England's World Cup winning squad in 2003, finishing as tournament joint top try scorer, and played for the British & Irish Lions on the 1997, 2001 and 2005 tours. Since retirement he has become a regular columnist for The Telegraph, is a regular match day presenter for Sky and fronts the hugely popular ‘School of Hard Knocks’ on Sky, giving at risk youngsters the chance to train, grow and shine through sport. Away from the media Will is also a successful businessman in his own right having set up Super Skills Experiences, a company delivering family holiday experiences, corporate events and running the annual Sports Fest family sporting festival.

Topics: Leadership, Teamwork, Health and Fitness, Setting goals and working towards them, Self Motivation, Change Management, Achieving Goals,
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William Sharman made his most decisive break through on the international athletics stage when he placed 4th at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in a personal best of 13:30. Sharman, a late addition to Team GB, having placed a disappointing fourth in the Team GB trials, came into late form peaking at the right time and getting the A qualification at a low key meet in Loughborough just in time to make the team selection.

Sharman, who was born in Lagos, Nigeria but was brought up in the UK, comes from a family of sportsmen. His father played rugby union for Northampton Saints and his brother competed in the World Bobsleigh Championships for Britain.
 
He has a degree in economics and a masters in banking and finance, and is a classically trained pianist.

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Zac added a London 2012 silver medal to his Beijing 2008 gold in a thrilling finale of the lightweight double sculls with his rowing partner Mark Hunter.  The pair were involved in one of the most closelyfought, dramatic and emotional finals of the Games putting in a performance that epitomised the spirit of the Olympic Games and that won the support of a nation.  As double Olympic medallist and a triple world champion, Zac has become one of Great Britain’s finest athletes. Zac is now relaying his experiences of the Olympic Games and the importance of the Olympic legacy through after-dinner speaking, corporate appearances, public engagements and ambassadorial roles.