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Mike Tirico: ESPN personality Mike Tirico is the sports journalism world’s jack of all trades and a down-to-earth Motivational Guest Speaker. He’s led coverage at some of the biggest events in sports like The Masters, the Super Bowl and now Wimbledon 2015. We love Mike’s confidence and spot on commentary across such diverse playing fields. His wide-ranging experience makes for great conversation at corporate functions and university forums.
Carli Lloyd: The pulse of American soccer fans is at an all-time high thanks to the USWNT’s exciting run to the World Cup final. Carli Lloyd has been nothing but clutch! Her game-winning goal against China in the quarterfinals was only the start of her heroics. This week against Germany, Carli deposited a penalty kick to put the U.S. up 1-0 and assisted on a game clinching goal to Kelley O’Hara late in the game. The team is depending on her leadership come Sunday when they face the winner of Japan vs. England for the World Cup crown.
John McEnroe: For the first time ever, tennis bad boy John McEnroe is stepping onto the grounds at Wimbledon not as a player but as a lead commentator for ESPN. He has covered the U.S. Open for the network since 2009. Sports Speaker John won 3 of his 7 Grand Slam singles titles on the grassy courts of Wimbledon and knows just how special a win here can be. We can all stand to learn a thing or two from John’s passion for success on the court and in life.
Chris Evert: During the 70’s and 80’s, Sports Speaker Chris Evert was untouchable on the court. She won an astounding 89% of her singles matches and 18 Grand Slam titles. She brought a new style and grace to the game that has been emulated by many of today’s top players. This year she is out on the grounds at Wimbledon providing commentary and analysis for ESPN. Chris Evert is an affordable Guest Speaker who has left an unforgettable influence on the game of tennis.
Chris Fowler: ESPN’s Chris Fowler is on hiatus from his college football duties and will help anchor coverage at Wimbledon 2015. Chris earned his stripes on-air after 25 years at the helm of our favorite Saturday morning broadcast, College GameDay with Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit. Contact Sports Speakers Bureau today to learn what it takes to succeed from one of the biggest personalities in the sports journalism industry today.
Pam Shriver: Life is a little different these days for former Grand Slam champion and Gold Medalist Pam Shriver. She still finds her way out onto the tennis courts, only this time she’s in the backyard playing with her kids or reporting from tennis tournaments for ESPN. Her signature charm and professionalism still guides her way as an excellent sideline reporter and interviewer. Hire Guest Speaker Pam Shriver to share her tips on staying healthy and finding success at work and in life.
Patrick McEnroe: We’ll admit Patrick had some pretty big shoes to fill looking up to his dynamic older brother John. But in his playing days, Patrick was a master on the court in his own right. He was a captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team and a 1989 French Open Doubles winner. Now he volleys back and forth with his partners in the broadcast booth for ESPN’s pro tennis coverage. Patrick is on hand at Wimbledon this year to help lead the play-by-play team.
Mary Joe Fernandez: Hispanic tennis icon Mary Joe Fernandez is one of the true gems on the ESPN tennis broadcast team. Her own playing experience coupled with her natural on-air charisma makes for the perfect balance of expert analysis during events like Wimbledon 2015. As a Motivational Guest Speaker, Mary Joe talks about how the lessons she learned from sports have helped in many different aspects of her life.
Warren Moon: Sports Motivational Speaker Warren Moon is living proof that you don’t need anyone else’s approval to be great! This Hall of Fame quarterback went undrafted out of college. After several years spent rewriting the CFL record books, NFL teams inevitably changed their tune. Warren is now a successful business owner who shares his inspirational story with others at keynote speaking engagements and fundraisers.
Alexi Lalas: World Cup coverage just wouldn’t be the same without Alexi Lalas. The former USMNT member is a familiar voice for Fox Sports at World Cup events and during soccer coverage at the Olympics. He will be in the mix on Sunday providing his breakdown of the World Cup final match. Contact Sports Speakers Bureau today to hire Alexi Lalas as a Guest Speaker for your upcoming corporate conference or event.