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Geno Auriemma: It’s March Madness time and Coach Auriemma’s Huskies are back on the prowl. The Lady Huskies’ fearless leader provided the keynote speech at the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce Breakfast held last week just a few days before UConn’s first round matchup. Following the end of the NCAA Tournament, you can hire Sports Speaker Geno for corporate conferences, meet & greets and moderated Q&A sessions.
Bob Knight: Legendary Coach and Motivational Speaker Bob Knight will head to Indianapolis next weekend to join Duke Alum Christian Laettner as the celebrity hosts of the official NCAA Experience VIP Pregame Party. The duo will be hosting an event before the Final Four on Saturday and the championship game on Monday. Hire Sports Speaker Bob if you are looking for a Motivational Speaker to teach your audience about hard work and dedication.
Johnny Bench: If you’ve been searching to hire a Sports Speaker and can’t seem to catch a break, hire the best to ever do it behind the plate! Johnny Bench could catch anything for the Big Red Machine during the 1970’s. Johnny was out and about in Cincinnati last week as the featured keynote speaker at a local benefit dinner. Hire Sports Speaker Johnny to bring some Hall of Fame flair to your upcoming corporate conference or event.
Joe Torre: This former Yankee skipper is bringing his closer Mariano Rivera with him to a keynote speaking engagement at Southern Connecticut State University. No word yet on if he’s bringing those 4 shiny World Series rings with him. Joe is a master motivator who connected with his players on a deeper level than baseball. Now he shares his life lessons with audiences as a popular Sports Keynote Speaker for hire.
Missy Franklin: Following Cal’s big win at the NCAA Swim Championships, Sports Speaker Missy took the plunge and officially entered professional waters. Her decision to turn pro comes 2 years after she won 5 total Medals at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Missy is ready to focus on her Olympic career and is the face of the U.S. Women’s Swim team heading into the Games next year in Rio.
Jack Nicklaus: Did you think Jack Nicklaus was finished making history? Shame on you. This week he become only the 7 athlete ever to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor, the highest civilian award. And rightfully so, this golf legend is more than your average civilian having built a golf empire that extends past simple endorsements to course design and signature products. Hire Sports Speaker Jack for meet & greets, moderated Q&A’s and celebrity keynote speaking opportunities.
Gracie Gold: This weekend Gracie’s going for Gold! She has traveled to Shanghai to compete in the World Figure Skating Championships. The 2014 U.S. Champion and Olympic Bronze Medalist is currently ranked #6 in the world heading into this weekend’s competition. Her young, vibrant personality is sure to bring energy to your next fundraiser, conference or keynote speaking engagement.
Steve Nash: Here’s a no look pass from Sports Speakers Bureau you can’t afford to miss! NBA All-Star and future Hall of Famer Steve Nash announced his retirement this week opening up his schedule for new opportunities off the court. You can expect him to take some time off after this big decision but Steve makes for one inspirational Keynote Speaker.
Cheyenne Woods: Tiger’s niece is gearing up to take the family name to new heights as an official member of the LPGA Tour. Sports Speaker Cheyenne shined in Q School last year and earned her full tour card for the 2015 season. She recognized that not many women of color have starred on the LPGA Tour and she hopes to become a role model for women hoping to reach their goals of becoming a professional athlete.
Sue Bird: Sports Speaker Sue Bird is a go-getter. She plays basketball almost year round and has stepped in as an analyst and color-commentator during the Women’s NCAA Tournament this year. Sue has plenty of basketball knowledge to put to good use! But it’s her humble approach to being a sports celebrity that makes her all the more likable as a role model for women in sports.