Claiming the first Gold medal of a truly successful London 2012 Olympic Games, Helen Glover MBE, alongside teammate Heather Stanning rowed into the history books after winning the women’s coxless pair and becoming the first British Olympic rowing Gold Medalists. An exceptionally gifted athlete, Helen Glover is also as skilled when it comes to her roles as an after dinner speaker and Olympic speaker.
A qualified PE teacher and all round accomplished sports women, Glover and Stanning were undefeated throughout 2012 winning all events within the World Rowing Cup prior to winning their Olympic Gold in record time. A career glittering with gold, Helen Glover was always destined to be an elite athlete. Becoming the 2013 World Championships and World Cup Gold medalist with new partner Polly Swann, Glover has established herself as a powerhouse within British Rowing and a force for a number of years to come.
Articulate as an Olympic Speaker and sports speaker, thankfully in part of her wide range of experiences within the industry, Helen Glover has enjoyed an illustrious career within the early years she’s experienced. A graduate of a UK Sports talent identification programme, she has gone from average Joe to Olympic champion in little under 5 years, a phenomenal feat which she explores further as an after dinner speaker.
Eloquent and charismatic during her after dinner speaker roles, Helen Glover has capitalised on the phenomenon that is London 2012. An athlete who covers subjects such as peak performance, determination and success during her appearances as an Olympic speaker, Helen Glover has become an extremely sought-after speaker for all events and occasions.
To book Helen Glover MBE as the 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 at corporate events, Helen is known to cover the following topics:
- Olympic Speaker
- Sports Speaker
- Peak Performance
- Sporting Success