Australia’s Most Successful Male Gymnast!
Brennon Dowrick is a dual Olympian and dual Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist. An accomplished public speaker, Brennon regularly gives motivational and entertaining speeches, along with gymnastics displays, to corporate and public groups. Brennon has represented
Australia at an incredible 7 World Champi
At Age 12, Emma left her job as an acrobat with the Flying Fruit Fly Circus to pursue her love of track and field.
Seven years later, she tried her hand at pole vaulting and with a little ambition and a mountan of talent - the rest, as they say, is history. In a sport which until recently has been largely dominated by men’s athletics, Emma
Born in Wagga Wagga , Geoff " Henry " Lawson has had an outstanding career in Australian cricket both nationally and internationally.
He came from the Bush in 1976 to attend the University of NSW and went straight into 1 st grade where he played for another 16 seasons, winning the Richie Benaud Player of the year Award in his first sea
Australia’s Test captain Andrew Johns has twice been named the best rugby league player in the world – the only player to have chieved this glowing double.
Raised in the Central Queensland town of rockhampton, Duncan Armstrong rose to national and international fame at the Seoul Olympics in 1988 when he broke the world record to win the Gold medal in the 200 metres freestyle.
Duncan formed a winning relationship with madcap coach Laurie Lawrence which spanned 10 years, collecting Gold at the Commonwealth Games, Pan Pacific cham
David Foster is the greatest woodchopper the world has ever seen. He has won over 2000 State, club and overseas events including 163 world titles and 140 Australian championships. David Foster is a real achiever whose story “The boy next door is a World Champion”, is an inspirational one showing how it’s done, and that no matter where you come from you can reach the pinnacl
Bob Dwyer, the man who lifted the NSW Waratahs to their first-ever Super 12 championship play-off, has been an enormously
influential personality in world rugby for more than two decades.
Highly successful touring car driver
A three-time winner of Bathhurst and five-time victor of the Australian Touring Car Championship, Dick Johnson is Australia’s most successful touring car driver of the past decade. Dick, who has been
involved in motor racing for over 30 years, won both the Bathurst Toohey’s 1000 and the Sandown 500 endurance in 1994. This was t
Doug Walter’s popularity as one of Australia’s cricketing legends has continued long after his retirement from first class cricket.
Throughout his career, Doug scored 5,357 Test runs. His highest score was 250 against New Zealand in 1977. He was awarded an MBE for his services to cricket in 1975 and in 2000, he was awarded an Australian Sports Medal, also in reco
Leg Spinning all rounder NSW, Somerset and Australia
Played 80 matches for NSW (1968-1979)
Played World Series Cricket (1977-79)
Opened batting for Australia in 1977 Centenary Test against England in Melbourne.
ABC Radio Test and One Day International Commentator
Channel 7 Cricket Expert
Elite coach for NSW Emerging Blues Squa
Laurie Lawrence has coached Australian swimmers at the Commonwealth Games in 1982, 1986 and 1990 and the Olympics in 1984, 1988 and 1992. Laurie is a brilliant and inspiring speaker and one of Australia’s best.
Lisa Curry is undoubtedly one of Australia's most popular personalities, with a unique and powerful message about discipline and determination.
Today, Lisa is the Managing Director of her own company, the Curry Kenny Group, which runs a multinational, multimillion-dollar portfolio of companies. These included her own swimwear label named &qu
When Mark Taylor retired from international cricket, the curtain fell on an outstanding career as a player and Test captain. In a stunning farewell tribute, the influential international cricket bible Wisden saluted Mark Anthony Taylor as ‘the greatest modern day captain’.
A former NSW Father of the Year, a successful author (his autobiography and third book, Time to Decl
Matthew Burke is one of the superstars of world rugby. Since his Wallaby debut in 1993, the NSW Waratahs skipper and Australian Wallabies vice captain has established himself as one of the game’s finest backs, playing Test rugby in three positions: fullback, wing and outside centre. As a goal-kicker, he’s consistently proven he’s one of the game’s all-time greats.
The best One Day International cricketer in the world, Michael Bevan has cemented his place in Australian cricket history and combined with the pride he feels in representing the country, he makes a perfect ambassador.
Michael Milton’s career highlights include being Australia’s first winter gold medallist (Olympic or Paralympic) and in total he has acquired ten Paralympic medals including six gold. He made a clean sweep of the alpine events at the 2002 Salt Lake Paralympic Games (a record four gold medals win), which was also the culmination of a personal ten-year goal. Since being presented w
Nicole Livingstone (Stevenson) is one of Australia's leading sporting personalities and swimming greats. Her career achievements include competing at three Olympic Games, three Commonwealth Games and six Pan Pacific Championships in which she achieved an impressive number of medals. During her swimming career she was a member of the Australian Swimming Team for 12 consecutive years.
Phil has had a glittering international career that has spanned 12 years, in which he has qualified for 3 Olympic campaigns and swum in countless other World Championship, and Commonwealth and Pan Pacific Games meets. More significant than his tally of awards, is Phil's contribution to the community. As a resulted of the countless hours and large sums of money he has raised, he was award
World’s best coach, world’s best player At the conclusion of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Ric Charlesworth had coached the Australian Women’s Hockey Team, the Hockeyroos, for eight years and established himself as arguably Australia’s most successful ever sporting coach. Gold Medal victories in Atlanta (1996) and Sydney (2000), along with an amazing 85% win/loss rec
Blond, blue-eyed, aggressive and menacingly fast, Rodney Hogg announced himself with 41 wickets for World Series-depleted Australia against England in 1978-79. The way he regularly beat Geoff Boycott for pace thrilled Australia at a lean time.
Injury and a rebel tour to South Africa interrupted, cricket life was never quite so bounteous again. Nevertheless, Hogg was generall
Sarah Ryan embodies the spirit of Australian swimming bringing enthusiasm and energy to the team. Her dedication to this and any cause she sets her mind to is 100%. Sarah is the perfect sporting hero.
Steve Waugh’s massive contribution to the world of cricket has entrenched his status as one of the sports most resillient and respected players.
Tim Matthews’s personal ambition as a young man was to become the fastest Paralympic athlete ever. His determination has enabled him to achieve his current ranking as number one in the world for 100m. His he also the current holder of two world records and three Australian records.