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Olympic Speakers

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.

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At the age of 13 in February 2012, having gone to bed the previous night able bodied, Lauren woke one morning paralysed from the waist down. She was diagnosed with the rare neurological disease Transverse Myelitis.

Topics: Leadership, Motivation, Teamwork, Achieving Goals,
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Leon Taylor snatched Olympic silver at Athens by inventing the World's most difficult dive he continues to keep himself busy since hanging up his Speedos professionally with the publication of his first book this summer, titled ‘Mentor’. 

Topics: After Dinner, Motivation, Teamwork,
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Retired in 1997 as Britain's greatest ever athlete. Linford was the first of a new breed of athlete that defied age as a barrier to perform, winning his first major title at the age of 26. He went on to become the World's No 1 in the most fiercely competitive and prestigious event in athletics, the men's 100m.

Topics: Sports, Motivation, Teamwork, Inspirational,
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Seb first made his name as one of the greatest athletes of his generation. He set twelve world records over four distances, achieving four gold and three silver medals in the Olympics and European Championships.

Lord Coe won the bid to host the 2012 Olympics in London

Seb was honoured with a Life Peerage in 2002, becoming Lord Coe of Ranmore.  Secured the 2017 World Athletics Championships for London

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Mark Colbourne is a British Paralympic cyclist who claimed gold in the C1 3K pursuit in a world record time of 3 mins 53.970secs

Topics: Overcoming adversity, Peak Performance, Marginal gains,