Olympians are the embodiment of sporting excellence, men and women who dedicate themselves to achieving greatness. For inspirational tales of the Olympic level of dedication and motivation our Olympians are perfect for your event Don't forget if you are planning an event we can help with more than just hiring your speaker
British Swimming's golden girl. Winner of 2 gold medals in Bejing 2008 and 2 bronze medals in London 2012
World Record holder in the 800 metre freestyle
Known as the Professor due to his incredible attention to detail and planning. It was this dedication to cycling that led him to Olympic gold in Barcelona 92
eddie the eagle
Its not flying, Its falling with style.
Eddie Edwards may not have won a medal at the 1988 WInter Olympics - but he won the hearts of the British public - despite finishing last every time
Bronze Medalist for Great Britain at London 2012 on the uneven bars.
A regular medalist in Gymnastics across various championships around the world
sir chris hoy
Scotland's most successful Olympian. Sir Chris Hoy has seven Olympic Medals in Cycling including six gold medals! Starting with a silver at Sydney 2000 through to London 2012
Silver Medalist in the 200m sprint at Sydney 2000 and a Gold Medalist in the 4x100m relay at Athens 2004
Campbell now works with Premier League Football Teams to help improve their sprinting
One of the most successful figure skaters in history - winner of 6 consecutive European Championships, 4 time World Champion and 2x Gold Medalist for East Germany
One of Britain's running heroes, Black has 15 medals across all competitions including Bronze at Barcelona 92 and 2 silver medals at Atlanta 96.
Black now works on TV and as a motivaional speaker
British skeleton racer and Gold Medallist at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver making Amy Williams the first Brit to win individual gold at the Winter games in 30 years
A British Household name. Akabusi is a former host of TV shows such as Record Breakers and The Big Breakfast.
Track and Field superstar and natural entertainer
Former World's Strongest Man, Capes achieved his fame competiting in the Olympics as a shot putter and the Highland Games.
British shot put record holder from 1980 - 2003
lord sebastian coe
Winner of 2 Olympic Gold medals (1500m 1980 - 1984) and 2 Silver Medals (800m 1980 - 1984) - and in 1979 he set 3 world records within 41 days!
Seb Coe was the driving force behind London being the host city for the 2012 Olympics
Ukrainian Athletic legend. the man who broke the world pole vault record 35 times.
Currently active as the senior vice president of IAAF and President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine
Silver Medalist in the 400m individual medley swimming at the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Davies has since built a media career as a TV presenter and even as Gladiator Amazon
sir matthew pinsent
Winner of 4 consecutive Gold Medals in coxless pairs and then coxless fours between 1992 and 2004
In additon he won 10 World Championship Gold Medals
Interational Doubles badminton star - winning a silver medal at 2004 Olympics in Athens
Instantly recognisable Swimming legend Duncan Goodhew won Bronze and Gold Medals in the 1980 Olympics.
Goodhew now works as a motivational speaker
sir ben ainslie
One of the most successful sailors in Olympic history. With 5 medals in consecutive Olympic Games including 4 Golds from 2000 - 2012
Part of the historic rowing team alongside Sir Matthew Pinsent and Sir Steve Redgrave that won gold in 2000 and 2004
Olympic Gold Medal Winning Swimmer at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, now the Managing Director of Lane4 a business management and leadership programme
The first British Woman to compete in two different sports at two different Olympic Games - and the second woman ever to win medals in both!
British Paralympic Swimmer with a Silver Medal from 2012 and a Bronze in 2016
Currently a competitive paraconoeist and became World Champion in 2018
British Paralympic Swimmer with 3 Gold Medals to his name already
Set the World Record in 200 m individual medley SM8.
TV Presenter and adventurer who represented Great Britain at 5 Olympic Games between 1984 and 1998