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Fitness expert and adventurer, best known for becoming the first person in history to swim 1780 miles in 157 days around Great Britain.
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. Olympian – Keynote Speaker – Strategist!
Donna Fraser OBE
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 was a tireless supporter of London 2012, and is a popular motivational speaker.