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Cary Mullen is a two time Olympian and World Cup Downhill Ski Champion who currently holds the world downhill speed record for skiing the toughest course in the world (Kitzbuhel, Austria) at an amazing speed of 97mph. The winning secrets he learned in sport have helped... View More

$15,000 - $25,000
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Vince Poscente, one of the most in-demand speakers today, is an expert on Resiliency—the ability to overcome challenges and bounce back even stronger than ever before. His client list includes top organizations with one thing in common: they understand that success is not... View More

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Oregon
Two-time Olympian Dave Johnson won the decathlon bronze medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games while competing on a broken foot. USA Today tabbed Dave as the "world's best known bronze medalist." Since those games, Dave Johnson has been made famous by the dueling "Dan... View More

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CO
"Phenomenal." - New York Life "Amazing." - Bacardi "Outstanding." - Microsoft "Superb." - ConocoPhillips "Captivating." - Xerox "Dynamite." - Coca Cola "A Home Run." - Kaiser Permanente People walk out of Ruben's presentations thinking, "If THAT guy could make it... View More

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California
At the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, John Naber captured four Gold Medals, one Silver and broke four World Records in swimming. His World marks in the 100 and 200 meter backstroke lasted an amazing seven years after his retirement. In 1984 he carried the Olympic Flag... View More

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Jim Craig has been called the backbone of a team that accomplished one of the most extraordinary and memorable sports victories of all time. He went on to play professionally and transitioned to tremendous and ongoing success in the business world. Jim is in demand from... View More

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NY
Born on Christmas Day, 1964, the world should never have heard of Devon Harris. He was raised in one of the most violent slums of Kingston, Jamaica yet he graduated from the prestigious Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in England and served as an officer in the Jamaica... View More

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MA
Mike Eruzione served as the enthusiastic captain that led the 1980 United States Olympic hockey team to its gold medal victory. He scored the winning goal against the Russians in the second-to-last game—the goal and game that stunned the world. A native of Massachusetts,... View More

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The most recognized male figure skating star in the world, Scott Hamilton has won 70 titles, awards and honors including an Emmy Award nomination, induction into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame and a privileged member of the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame. In... View More

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With the advent of NBC's “Football Night In America,” Bob Costas adds another chapter to his long and diverse career in sports television. Costas will host the prime time Sunday night broadcast of top NFL games, including playoff games each season, and two Super Bowls... View More

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Josh Sundquist is a Paralympian and bestselling author who has shared his story at events across the world. His high-energy blend of humor and inspiration motivates audiences to adopt his ski racing motto 1MT1MT (one more thing, one more time) to elevate their performance... View More

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Billy Mills is the only American to have ever won the Olympic gold medal in the 10,000-meter run. A Lakota Sioux raised in one of the poorest communities in America, the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Mills was orphaned as a young boy, facing prejudice and... View More

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A role model to audiences young and old, Olympic swimmer Eric Shanteau has shown the world that no matter the setbacks, there is always the choice to move forward and accomplish your dreams. He captured the hearts of audiences world-wide as he overcame his father’s death... View More

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Mary Whipple is a three time Olympian, she is a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the London 2012 and the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and winning Silver in her first appearance at the Athens 2004. She was the coxswain of the US Women’s 8+ Rowing Team. Her team was honored as... View More

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CA
Amanda Beard use to be known as the 14 year old girl carrying her teddy bear at the Olympics. But now a contender for her 5th Olympic games, Amanda has made her mark also out of the water. When she isn’t swimming, her energy is focused on building her brand. As a huge... View More

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Success under pressure is the measure of a true champion. There are numerous winners in the world of sports but the celebrated athletes are the few who meet the challenge of pressure time after time. Bonnie Blair is undoubtedly celebrated as the speed skater who produces... View More

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Rowdy Gaines life is one of inspiration and courage. Gaines, born in Winter Haven, Florida, didn't start swimming until the age of 17. He tried other sports as youngster but was either too short, too slow, or not coordinated enough. As he recalls, "I wanted to play... View More

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Coach Steve Alford has a great story to tell. When he was 10 years old, neighbors in his small town laughed at the kid shooting baskets in single-digit weather at a hoop perched on the edge of his driveway. Ten years later, neighbors stopped to ask for an autograph from... View More

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Dara Torres broke barriers when she competed in her 5th Olympic Games and became the oldest swimmer to compete in the Olympics in 2008. Not only did she compete, but she brought home three silver medals, including the infamous heartbreaking 50-meter freestyle race where... View More

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Be prepared to be inspired as Olympian and Congressman Jim Ryun speaks from experience about his remarkable life's journey. That journey has led him from being cut from the church baseball team to being rated by ESPN as the number one high school athlete of all time,... View More

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Antigravity is a New York City-born aerial and acrobatic performance group of Olympic and champion level athletes. Working under the direction of creator Christopher Harrison, they execute breaktaking stage and environment-based performances that tell stories of human... View More

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Kayla Harrison is the only American to win an Olympic gold medal in judo. Born in Middletown, Ohio, Harrison took up judo at the age of six, having been introduced to the sport by her mother who was a black belt. Harrison, who moved up from 63kg to 78kg in 2008, won the... View More

$32,500
Colorado
Former Olympian Chris Carmichael is the founder and chairman of Carmichael Training Systems, Inc. (CTS). Carmichael formed CTS in 1999 after spending more than two decades in the sport of cycling. CTS provides clients the finest personal coaching available by creating and... View More

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Shannon Mille is the most decorated American gymnast in history and is the only female athlete inducted into the U.S. Olympics Hall of Fame - twice! Her tally of five medals at the 1992 Olympics was the most won by a U.S. athlete. At the 1996 Games, she led the “... View More

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Utah
On February 20, 2002, Jim (Jimmy) Shea, Jr. became the first American to win the gold medal in Men's Skeleton; and the Sheas became the first family ever with three generations of Winter Olympians, all in different sports. Jimmy Shea, Jr. was bolstered by the spirit of... View More