Every four years the Olympic Games throws up new sporting heroes with brilliant stories to inspire delegates at all types of conferences. We work with some of the UK`s finest Olympians for both keynote speeches or after dinner entertainment.
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Nicola Adams OBE is a recently retired double Olympic Gold Medallist, WBO World Champion and is officially Great Britain’s most successful female boxer of all time.Cancan in the final to claim the first Olympic women's boxing gold medal
Nicola Adams OBE
Ade Adepitan is a paralympian basketball player, television sports commentator and actor. He contracted polio as a young child and is now a champion of disability sports. A fine role model.
After winning double gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, she famously received a pair of Jimmy Choos from the mayor of Mansfield. She won bronze medals in the women's 400m and 800m freestyle at the London 2012 Olympics. Rebecca announced her retirement from competitive swimming in 2013, aged 23.
Olympic gold medal winner, Ben Ainslie is the most successful competitive British sailor in history.He gained this title through being one of only three athletes to win medals in sailing at five different Olympic Games.
Former Athlete and renowned motivational speaker. Kriss is a 3 x Olympic medallist, World, European and Commonwealth Champion.
Chemmy is a 4 x Winter Olympian, 7 x British National Overall Champion and the only British female skier to ever win a run in a World Cup. She has 44 gold medals!
One of Britain's most consistent and popular athletes Steve is firmly established as one of the all time greats of javelin. He is the only British track and field competitor to win medals at three different Olympics,Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney. He has recently created a speech specifically aimed at getting teams to adapt and thrive under the changes brought about by COVID lockdowns.
Steve Backley, OBE
Jamie Baulch -Multi Award winning British sprint athlete who has represented Wales at the Commonwealth Games.
Former athlete turned commentator and popular motivational speaker. Roger's most memorable victory was as part of the 4 X 400m relay team in the Tokyo World championships – for the first time ever, they reversed the order of the runners (instead of slowest first, they went for the fastest) and succeeded in beating the Americans who were completely thrown by it!
Chris is a former English racing cyclist who won an individual pursuit gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics and broke the world hour record three times as well as wearing the yellow jersey on three separate occasions at the Tour de France. Possibly best remembered for his revolutionary bike designs.
Co host of The Last Leg with Adam Hills and Josh Widdicombe. Alex is a sports journalist by trade who burst onto TV when he successfully auditioned for Channel 4 in their search for disabled talent to present the London 2012 Paralympics. Other appearances have included 8 Out of 10 Cats and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
Steve is an award-winning TV presenter, public speaker, wheelchair rugby player and coach. Having competed in the Paralympics, he is a regular presenter on Countryfile.
An accomplished professional athlete and motivational and inspirational speaker. Daniel has won World, European and Commonwealth titles as well as having competed in 2 Olympics.
Unquestionably one of Britainâ€™s most successful and well known male sprinters who also had a career in football, spending two successful seasons with Newport FC and Weymouth FC. Currently presents Gamechangers on Sky.
Founded the low cost airline Go for British Airways (it was successfully sold to EasyJet, and coincided with the rapid rise of online bookings). Currently, she is working on developing new business ventures - both start-ups and existing companies in the travel and leisure sectors.