Paralympian Steve Brown has become a trail blazer in his sport. The wheelchair rugby player captained Team GB at the London 2012 Games, displaying exceptional traits of leadership, determination and pride to lead a team at the best Paralympic Games there has been. Steve Brown is an exceptionally gifted Olympic Speaker; he tells the tails of the highs and lows on route to the Games which have given him the ability to deliver eloquent after dinner speeches and keynote presentations to a variety of target audiences.
Wheelchair bound since a fall in 2005 left him with a broken neck, like many other Paralympic stars, Steve Brown was inspired to take up the sport during rehabilitation at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital. A Sky Sports Living for Sport mentor, he is ideally placed to deliver as a sports speaker, ensuring that he continues to deliver the legacy that the London 2012 Games created. Continuing his good work as a motivational after dinner speaker, Steve Brown delivers speeches addressing issues such as overcoming adversity, peak performance and drive & determination.
His speeches about drive & determination are moving for any audience, because at no point has Steve ever given up sight of the objectives that he wanted to achieve. If you would like to find more drive & determination speakers, we have a broad range of speakers who deliver compelling speeches on the topic here. An inspirational athlete to all, and a role model athlete with a never say die attitude; Steve Brown is undoubtedly one of the most inspirational athletes on the after dinner speaker circuit.
To book Steven Brown as the sports speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Steve is known to cover the following topics:
- Sport & The Olympics
- Drive & Determination
- The Journey To Overcoming Adversity
- Peak Performance & Success
- Motivational & Inspirational
“The fact that, from being injured he turned all the negative stuff around and achieved something really amazing was very inspirational. It makes me want to not to give up with things, but to keep going until I have succeeded.” – Head Girl, Alice Wilkening, St Lawrence College, Kent
‘Steve Brown inspired the 300 participants representing their local School Sport Partnership.’ – The Parallel Youth Games 2011