It was thrilling to watch our Canadian Olympians compete at this year’s Olympics in Beijing. We felt inspired by their determination, their training, their vision to be the best in the world, and their commitment to representing their country with pride.
Here’s a look at some Olympians and coaches who were involved with the games this year – many will be available for speaking engagements or appearances virtually or in-person post-Olympics. Bring Olympic inspiration directly to your team or audience by hosting one of these outstanding athletes as a speaker.
After being officially sworn in as a U.S. Citizen in early 2022, former Canadian Olympian Kaillie Humphries won Gold for the USA in Women’s Monobob. Kaillie’s inspirational story about her journey to becoming an Olympic gold medallist is one every team should hear. Click here to book Kaillie for your next event.
The most dominant male moguls skier in history, Mikaël Kingsbury took home the Silver medal in the Men’s Moguls event in Beijing. As a speaker, Kingsbury shares his simple but elite approach to living everyday life as a high-performer. Audiences will learn how to optimize their mindsets in order to achieve the incredible.
Jean François Ménard is a highly sought-after Mental Performance and Toughness Coach. His clients have earned an incredible 17 Olympic medals in total: seven gold medals, four silver, and six bronze. Jean Francois has taken his lessons for athletes and translated them to apply to performance across any industry in his book, “Train Your Brain Like An Olympian”.
Max Parrot is the reigning Olympic champion in Slopestyle, winning the first Gold for Canada at this year’s games, and taking home a Bronze medal in Men’s Big Air. In 2019 Max’s world came to a halt when he was diagnosed with cancer. Shortly after conquering cancer and overcoming strenuous challenges, he returned to snowboarding committed to performing at the height of his abilities.
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