Search for Speaker by Name:
Filter Speaker by Topic:
Need a Keynote Speaker?
+44 (0)1753 632 800
Call today for more information
Other Speaker Categories
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.
Abi made the Olympic Final in Athens but has since been hindered by a non healing stress fracture which left her sidelined for almost two years. She won her first AAA Under 17 Gold medal in 1996 and also secured her first English Schools win that year as well as making her Junior international debut.
Abi’s story of overcoming an injury and returning to the track is both inspiring. She is a charismatic motivational speaker with a fascinating story to tell about her continuing journey.
England’s most capped test cricketer of all time
National heroine after claiming Team GB's only gold medal of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics!
James May, Top Gear, chats to Amy Williams, behind-the-scenes ...
Andrew Flintoff first started playing cricket at Dutton Fawshaw CC. His first representative cricket game was for the Lancashire U11 team, where he continued up the ranks within Lancashire, making his first class debut in 1995.
Andrew made his biggest impact for England in the summer of 2005, when he played a major role in regaining the Ashes from Australia. His contributions were legendary, and won him the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award. In September 2010, with his status as one of the biggest players in the game, Flintoff retired from cricket due to a recurring knee injury.
Andrew Strauss is the England Cricket Captain, one of only 3 England Captains EVER to successfully lead England to Ashes victories home and away. He is also leading run scorer in the current team having passed 6,000 Test runs. In addition as captain of the One Day team, he has made over 100 ODI appearances for England. In 2009 he was nominated for ‘BBC Sports Personality of the Year' and was granted the ‘Freedom of the City of London'.