Championship rower, performance coach and sports speaker Ben Hunt-Davis MBE is a member of Team GB’s Olympic staff and eclectic after dinner speaker who covers issues of sporting performance, his own sporting success as well as the future and management of Team GB.
An Olympic Gold Medallist, Ben Hunt-Davis MBE has taken part in three Olympic Games, as well as a number of World Championships; as an Olympic speakers he offers audiences an insight into his own Olympic success, sharing with them the highs and lows of his professional career and, when working as a sports speaker, offers tips and advice regarding sports training techniques and how to improve performance.
Whilst working for Team GB as an Olympic speaker Hunt-Davis has seen the team’s medal acquisition go from five to almost thirty; his own ability to improve performance and statistics has culminated in the development of Will It Make The Boat Go Faster?: a book and training scheme that Ben has devised and co-authored which aims to show other rowers how to improve their racing time and team performance.
Though now retired from competitive rowing Ben Hunt-Davis MBE continues to play an active part in British rowing and sport, his work as an Olympic speaker takes him up and down the UK whilst he also works as a private and team coach for a number of British rowing groups.
To book Ben Hunt-Davis MBE as the Olympic speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When he’s at corporate events, Ben is known to cover the following topics:
- The Olympic Games
- Peak Performance
- Team GB
- Men’s Rowing
- Performing Under Pressure
- Peak Performance
- Marginal Gains
Get a taste for what Ben is like at corporate events, here:
“Just a quick note to say a very big thank you for the fabulous talk you gave at the conference on Friday. Everyone I have spoken to thought your session was outstanding. Of particular note was the way in which you related your rowing experiences to our theme of the day, something that is often overlooked by many ‘inspirational’ speakers.” -Partners’ Conference – Ernst & Young