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.
Former Athlete and renowned motivational speaker. Kriss's greatest individual triumph was his Gold Medal in the 1990 European Championships and he was a member of the triumphant 4x400 metre relay squad in Tokyo in 1991.
Chemmy is a 4 x Winter Olympian, a career high ranking of 8th in the World, 7 x British National Overall Champion and the only British female skier to ever win a run in a World Cup.
Andy is a Paralympian who regularly speaks to corporate audiences about performance and has also taken his presentations international, where he specializes in creating bespoke itineraries for organisations.
Jamie Baulch, who is often on television in shows like Question of Sport, is a 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!
Bob Brown is an ultra distance runner. In 2004 he won the "Run Across America" which is a 3100 mile run from Huntington Beach, California on the West coast to New York on the east completed in 71 days (that's the equivalent of running 2 marathons a day for 71 days!). This follows coming 7th in the 2001 Trans-Australia Footrace in which he ran 50 miles per day for 65 days in the middle of the Australian summer (The heat was 50c at times).
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.
Led and delivered the London 2012 Olympics, perfectly demonstrating his sporting, political and business skills. He is now at the IOC where he is undertaking a huge turnaround programme, again drawing on his many diplomatic skills which has seen him go from Olympic Gold Medallist to successful businessman, politician and now sports administrator.
British middle distance runner from the Coe Ovett era who is now a commentator on BBC Sport and popular motivational speaker. Very good at relating sporting success to commercial success, and in particular developing teams working towards a shared goal. For my money, one of the best value Olympic speakers.
Paralympic gold medallist, World champion, European champion, Paralympic World Cup winner and world record holder, Danny lost an arm in an accident when he was 21. An inspiring speaker and a top motivator.
Former British Olympic track athlete who is now regularly heard commentating on BBC Five Live radio. She is Co- Director of Extra Mile Media and Events and Co-Director of DS Media and Events.
Former World, Commonwealth and Olympic swimmer, Sharron is now a popular commentator and sports journalist across the media.
Renowned as one of the best motivational speakers today, his presentations are highly amusing and anecdotal, challenging and inspirational, making uncomfortable listening for anyone prepared to accept second best. Most memorably he made one small change at the '92 World Championships, reversing the order of the relay team (Akabusi, Black et al) to astonishing results.
Jonathan Edwards' extraordinary achievements on the track have earned him a place in history as one of the World's greatest and most loved athletes. Since retiring he was instrumental in the London 2012 bid and is a BBC commentator. He talks about the business of 2012.
Jessica Ennis-Hill was the Golden girl of the London 2012 Olympics. She took the gold in the multi-discipline heptathlon to the delight of the nation
Former Olympic and international swimming star, Mark has developed a career as TV presenter, model, and motivational and after dinner speaker. He is passionate about inspiring people, especially children, to be active and 'reach for the stars'.
Former top athlete and four time Olympian Donna holds the rare distinction of representing Great Britain at four successive Olympic Games (1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008). She now focuses on motivational and inspirational presentations to companies, schools and universities.
From promising young footballer to world class sprinter, Adam ran in the 2012 Olympics, making the semi finals in the 100m. He also competed in the 200m in the 2013 World Championships in Moscow. He took the Silver medal in the 100m sprint at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and Gold in the 200m at the European Athletics Championships.
Double Olympic medallist and former World, European and Commonwealth swimming champion. Nick is also a sports commentator and broadcaster as well as having his own sports communications and development business.
Nick Gillingham MBE
The twin misfortunes of losing his hair when he was 10 years old and being dyslexic spurred Duncan on to win Olympic Gold for the 100m Breaststroke in Moscow.
Lucy Gossage is a 12 x Ironman champion and oncologist. With little sporting background she entered her first triathlon as a dare while working as a junior doctor in 2006. Over the following decade she became one of the most well-known, popular and successful professional long distance triathletes in the world.
Sally has a special place in the nation's hearts as one of Britain's most popular female sportspeople. She is the only woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently - Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth - and yet had to fight back from numerous injury setbacks. Does a lot of consultancy work with clients, setting up programmes to get their staff more engaged in physical activity and health.
Eddie Hall is the World's Strongest Man. The number one. He can lift cars, pull planes, throw beer barrels. He is the only person ever to deadlift half a tonne - 500kg!
World class international fencer, currently ranked second in Britain and poised to help GB win the first Olympic fencing medal since 1954.
London 2012 Olympian and the reigning Commonwealth Heptathlon Champion. A sportswoman, health and fitness expert, model, personal trainer, presenter, young entrepreneur, and radio and TV personality. She is naturally outgoing, full of energy, passionate and charismatic.
Anna Hemmings was 6 times World Kayak Champion and is a truly motivating speaker. Anna fought back from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME) to regain her European and World titles. Drawing on her own experiences, she inspires her audience and shows how you can achieve anything you put your mind to.
Kelly Holmes victory in the Athens 800 and 1500 metres Olympic finals proved one thing that her fans always knew: she's one of the most talented middle distance runners Great Britain has ever had. Since retiring she has been a tireless supporter of London 2012 and is a popular motivational speaker.
In spite of retiring in 2003, Colin Jackson still holds the world record for the indoor 60m hurdles, He held the outdoor 110m hurdles (12.91 seconds set in the final of the 1993 World Championships) until it was finally bettered by Liu Xiang in 2006.
Four times Olympic Gold Medallist and 200/400m sprinting legend, Michael Johnson is the best 200m/400m sprinter in the history of track and field. Now a leading corporate motivational speaker.
Olympic gold heptathlete, presenter, broadcaster, and President of Commonwealth Games England.
Denise Lewis OBE
Former International gymnast who is married to Scottish Rugby International Kenny Logan. Gaby presents Inside Sport on BBC and is a popular event chair and host.
Former middle distance runner from the Coe/Ovett era. David was chief executive of UK Athletics for 10 years (1997-2007) taking the organisation from the edge of bankruptcy to one of the best funded sports bodies in the world by strong leadership, clearly defined objectives, and the development of excellent teamwork. He is a popular speaker at corporate events.
David Moorcroft MBE
British women's bobsleigher and sprinter. She competed in the 2-women bobsleigh event at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea along with Mica McNeill. She also competed for Wales in the 4 × 100 metres relay at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.
Andy Mouncey successfully completed the 300 mile Arch to the Arc triathlon between London and Paris where he run to Dover, swam the cahnnel and then rode to Paris. Inspiring speaker.
Three-time Winter Olympian and Sochi Winter Olympic 2014 curling silver medallist.
London 2012 Paralympic T44 100m Champion. Jonnie's right leg was amputated after he contracted meningitis aged five. Joining the UK disability sports programme in 2008. He beat Oscar Pistorius to take the Gold medal in 2012. In 2014 he won Gold at the European Championships.
The current women's world record holder in the marathon with her time of 2:15:25 hours. She is a three-time winner of the London Marathon, two-time New York Marathon champion, and won the 2002 Chicago Marathon.
Member of the legendary 4 X 400m relay team which beat the Americans in Tokyo at the World Championships, alongside Kriss Akabusi and Roger Black.
400m athlete who is a regular on A Question of Sport, They Think It's All Over. A powerful speaker.
Vegan ultra athlete and motivational speaker who came from near certain heart attack to becoming a triathlon champion. Truly motivational.
Olympian and World Champion sportswoman in two disciplines, Rowing and Cycling
As a Paralympic silver medallist and former World and European Judo Champion, Ian Rose is highly self-motivated. Both in his sporting and vocational careers, he shows incredible willpower to reach for goals and achieve winning performance, traits he shares with his audience to motivate and inspire them onto ever greater achievements.
The 2012 Olympic Champion, 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist, 2010 Commonwealth silver medallist and 2006 European Championship silver medallist in the long jump.
Olympic and Commonwealth Gold medallist for javelin. since retiring Tessa has had a successful career in sports administration and is a regular broadcaster. She is also a very popular motivational speaker.
Paralympic swimmer who won the heart of the nation during the 2012 Games.
Lauren was captain of the Great Britain Synchronised Swimming squad and won the bronze medal for solo synchronised swimming at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. An exceptional motivational speaker, articulate, energetic and with a lifelong passion for encouraging young people to participate in sport.
Lauren S Smith
Artistic gymnast who was a prominent member of the Great Britain gymnastics team at the London 2012 Olympics. He won Silver in the men's pommel horse and the GB team won Bronze in the all round team event - the first team medal in gymnastics for Britain in 100 years.
Four times Olympian and Team GB’s most successful ever taekwondo athlete. At the London 2012 Olympics she read the athletes oath. Twice world champion and she won the world title for the second time in the year she sadly lost both her mum and dad to cancer. An excellent inspirational and motivational speaker. Now taekwondo head coach for Team GB.
Sarah Stevenson MBE
Sarah Storey is one of Great Britain's most decorated Paralympians after winning 11 golds, 8 silver and 3 bronze over 5 Paralympic Games. This includes 4 Golds at the London 2012 Games. Her achievement is all the more remarkable by the fact she has won the medals in two different sports - swimming and cycling.
Daley Thompson claims more decathlon honours than anybody before or after him. He was the first person ever to hold the World, Olympic, Commonwealth and European titles at the same time, as well as the World Record. He was unbeaten in competition for 9 years.
As Britain’s greatest ever-female gymnast, Beth’s impressive achievements include being an Olympic Bronze Medalist, a triple World Champion, a six-time European Champion, a Commonwealth Champion and seven-times consecutive National Champion. A great motivational speaker.
A former modern pentathlete, Greg competed in two Olympic Games and has won European bronze and World Championship silver medals. Best known for his work with a variety of celebrities including David Walliams and Jo Brand through Comic Relief
As a consequence of having cancer as a teenager he had his leg amputated but despite this he has competed in European, World and Paralympic Championships. As a keynote speaker Marc is known for his inspiring story, 'Path To Gold', which is delivered in a self deprecating, humorous and moving manner Marc has presented to companies all over the world.
Sir Clive Woodward OBE, former English Rugby Union player and coach of the England Rugby Union team. He introduced business principles whilst coaching, transforming the traditional practices and making them the winners of the World Cup in 2003. Woodward is a highly sought after speaker on peak performance and team management. 2019 promises to be another exciting year with the Rugby World Cup in Japan in October and November.