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Room54 has access to a wide range of in-demand inspirational and motivational Olympic speakers who can create a lasting impact on your audience by speaking at your event. Our portfolio of Olympic speakers includes successful athletes from multiple disciplines including athletics, swimming, cycling and many more. Alternatively, we can provide access to Olympic speakers who have and continue to work as coaches and are ideal speakers if you’re looking to inspire your employees to work better together. Our Olympic speakers are in increasing demand with London 2012 on the horizon; therefore we recommend you contact Room54 to book your Olympic speakers without delay.
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.
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 ...
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE does not regard herself as disabled. She is simply one of the best athletes in the world. That’s why she has became a Paralympic hero and gold medallist. She trains even when feeling low and has the will to win on and off the athletics field. She is a champion for the disabled and inspiration to all.
Also see Tanni on our http://www.motivationalwomen.co.uk web site
Ben Hunt-Davis won a Gold Medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics in the Rowing 8+, this was the culmination of 9 years in the national team. Since then Ben has specialised in leadership and team development, Ben has delivered many keynote speeches, he is a very popular after-dinner speaker.
Arguably the greatest athlete in the history of British Athletics, Colin Jackson hung up his spikes in front of a roaring home crowd at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham 2003. It was a fitting end to the competitive career of one of the nation’s favourite sporting personalities, having decided to retire from the sport that he dominated for so long.