Chris Moon

The World's First Amputee Ultra-Distance Runner

How to hire Chris Moon

Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Chris Moon for your next event, today. To get in touch, simply call an official booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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Chris' official speaking topics are listed below.

  • Motivation and inspiration
  • Health, safety and risk
  • Leadership and teamwork
  • Change management
  • Overcoming adversity
  • Diversity and inclusion

"Chris brings out key values that contribute to success in any environment." - Royal Bank of Scotland

“Chris is truly an inspirational speaker. His positivity is infectious.”- IBM

“Your impeccable blend of humor, reflection, realism and brutal honesty was a perfect mix. It really captured the imagination of the audience and invigorated a positive mental attitude.” - Ricoh

“Chris Moon received the highest ratings given to an external speaker.” - Bank of Scotland

“In terms of a process of implementing change, and learning to live with change, I cannot imagine a more compelling presentation than Chris Moon’s.” - Danske Bank

“Chris Moon received the highest ratings given to an external speaker.” - Bank of Scotland

  • 2000 - Became one of only 12 people to cross Death Valley on foot
  • 1999 - Awarded the Snowden Special Award for leadership and help to the disabled 
  • 1999 - Published One Step Beyond 
  • 1999 - Became the first amputee to complete the Badwater Death Valley Ultra-marathon 
  • 1999 - Ran the length of Cambodia 
  • 1998 - Received the US Centre for Disability and PALM international leadership award
  • 1997 - Ran 200km with the Australian army to assist mine victims 
  • 1997 - Became the world's first amputee runner to complete the Marathon De Sables 
  • 1996 - Awarded an MBE 
  • 1993 - Joined HALO to work clearing mines in Africa and Asia 
  • Served in the British Army for three years 
  • Survived being kidnapped by the Khmer Rouge