Our weekly list of Sports Keynote Speakers can help your organization narrow down the perfect Keynote Speaker for your upcoming conference or event. Below are the top trending Sports Keynote Speakers of the week:
Zach Johnson: Torrential downpours? Roaring 45 mph winds? A nerve-racking 4-man playoff? All in a day’s work for Sports Speaker Zach Johnson. The 2015 Open Championship winner persevered through near impossible playing conditions to claim victory at St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf. Zach is one of a handful of faith-based Sports Keynote Speakers available for corporate conferences, fundraisers and youth events when he’s not busy winning the biggest tournaments in golf!
Alex Morgan: The face of the USWNT is flexing her girl power on the cover of FIFA 16! Alex is the first female player ever to grace the cover of the EA Sports video game. From winning the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup to making video game history, Sports Speaker Alex Morgan is really keeping the ball rolling this summer! With the 2016 Olympic Games right around the corner, now is the perfect time to hire a Sports Speaker like Alex for your next corporate conference or event.
Scott Hamilton: The always energetic Scott Hamilton has been scheduled as one of the featured Sports Keynote Speakers at the Doha Goals Forum in L.A. this weekend. Given his extensive work with the Special Olympics, Scott will be talking about the evolution of the Special Olympics into a global social movement. Scott continues to be one of the most popular Sports Keynote Speakers for corporate events and leadership conferences for audiences of all ages.
Carl Lewis: Attendees at the Doha Goals Forum will be running down a dream with iconic Olympic Gold Medalist Carl Lewis at his one-on-one Q&A session on Sunday. Carl will shares stories of his Olympic glory and the hard work and dedication it took to get him there. Contact Sports Speakers Bureau today if you would like to hire Sports Speaker Carl Lewis to headline your upcoming business conference, event or forum.
Jason Collins: Sports Motivational Speaker for hire Jason Collins is more than your average retired NBA player. He’s become a role model and a leading voice for the LGBT community. In 2013, Jason was the first publically gay athlete to play in any of the four major sports in North America. He opened the door for other gay athletes, including Michael Sam, to find the courage and comfort to be themselves. Jason is scheduled to speak at the Doha Goals Forum commenting on the power of diversity in sports.
Meryl Davis: Speaking of girl power, ice princess Meryl Davis is one of several Sports Keynote Speakers and Olympic Medalists commenting on equal opportunities in sports at the Doha Goals Forum. Meryl will participate in a Q&A discussion moderated by Hall of Fame sportscaster Lesley Visser talking about sports can be used as a way to encourage and empower female athletes. Contact our sports booking agency today to hire Motivational Speaker Meryl for your big event!
Michael Phelps: Sports Speaker Michael Phelps has a knack for making a splash in the headlines, inside and outside the pool. He’s not perfect, but he’s bettering himself every single day. Now he has his sights set on a triumphant Olympic return in Rio in 2016. In the meantime, the most decorated Olympian of all time is headed to the Doha Goals Forum this weekend to participate in a moderated Q&A on how athletes can impact positive social change.
Amanda Bingson: Surely you’ve heard the ripples making their way through sports and news media discussing body image in sports and the constant scrutiny today’s female athletes face. Olympian and 2015 ESPN The Body Issue cover athlete Amanda Bingson has been outspoken in her support of her fellow female athletes and the hope for everyone to feel comfortable in their own skin. She has taken center stage on this issue and is using her platform as an elite athlete to help re-shape public opinion.
Brett Favre: This legendary gunslinger walked off Lambeau Field for the last time this weekend after the franchise held a ceremony to retire his #4 jersey number. Brett fought back tears as he addressed the passionate Cheeseheads who idolized him for 16 incredible seasons. Since retirement, Brett has joined an elite list of popular Sports Keynote Speakers who continue to extend their careers through motivational speaking engagements and endorsement deals.
Becky Hammon: Somewhere, Gregg Popovich is grinning that familiar toothy grin; like a villain whose master plan has just fallen into place. Gregg employed former WNBA star Becky Hammon as the first female assistant coach in the NBA last season. This summer, Becky was given the reigns to the Spurs summer league team and for good reason. She just coached the team to a win in the NBA Summer League championship! We love to shed a spotlight on Sports Keynote Speakers like Becky who are breaking down barriers in the world of sports.