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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.
With no less than four Olympic Gold medals, Matthew Pinsent has become one of Britain’s finest Olympians. Matthew is an excellent ambassador for rowing (and sport in general) and his confident and friendly manner ensure he is a hot favourite on the speaking circuit. Audiences love to hear his personal anecdotes and his extraordinary story (and, of course, view those medals).
Naomi Riches was just 8 weeks old when she was diagnosed with a visual impairment.
Naomi swam for the local disabled swimming team Naomi, but apart from this had very little interest in sport. It was 2004 when Naomi was offered the chance to join Great Britain’s Adaptive Rowing Team, she seized this opportunity. Finally, this was something she could do because of her visual limitation rather than being told she couldn’t because of it.
Naomi competed in the Mixed Coxed Four winning six World Championship Gold Medals, a Paralympic Bronze Medal in Beijing and at the London 2012 Games she became Paralympic Champion. As a result of the success in London, Naomi and her crew were awarded MBE’s in February 2013.
Nicola Adams MBE is officially Great Britain’s most successful female boxer of all time.
Double Olympic Champion in the coxless four
Grabarz cleared 2.29 metres in the high jump final to win a bronze medal in the London 2012 Olympics.