Nicola Adams

Great Britain's Most Successful Female Boxer & First British Boxer To Successfully Defend Their Olympic Title In 92 Years





Believe: Boxing, Olympics And My Life Outside The Ring

Believe: Boxing, Olympics And My Life Outside The Ring

Nicola Adams received a 4 star rating across 27 events in 2023

Senior Keynote Speaker & Entertainment Manager
"An openly homosexual athlete, Nicola is also a statement-maker in the LGBT+ community and topped the Pink List in 2013. After becoming the first woman to win an Olympic medal in boxing in London 2012, she was promptly nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award in 2012. Whether discussing peak performance or diversity and inclusion, Nicola is a top-class speaker."

How to hire Nicola Adams

Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Nicola Adams 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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Official Feedback from In-Person & Virtual Events

"I thought it was fabulous. She is truly remarkable and we were thrilled to have her" - Blackstone

"Fantastic! Nicola was open, honest and inspiring. It went amazingly well and we can’t wait to have her back." - Macquarie Group Services

  • 2020 - First same-sex couple to compete on Strictly Come Dancing (18th series)
  • 2019 - Named in the Powerlist of the Most Influential Black Britons
  • 2018 - Won the WBO World Flyweight title 
  • 2017 - Won her professional boxing debut
  • 2017 - Awarded an OBE 
  • 2016 - Became the first British boxer to defend an Olympic title in 92 years 
  • 2016 - Won the World Championship 
  • 2015 - Won the European Games 
  • 2015 - Awarded an Honorary Law Degree from the University of Leeds
  • 2014 - Won a Commonwealth Games gold medal 
  • 2013 - Awarded an MBE 
  • 2012 - Became the first woman to be given an award from the Boxers Writers Club of Great Britain 
  • 2012 - Named the most influential LGBT person in the UK by the Independent 
  • 2012 - Won an Olympic gold medal  at the London games
  • 2011 - Won the European Championship 
  • The only female boxer in history to have won every major amateur title