As one of Britain's most consistent and popular athletes for over a decade, Steve established himself as one of the all time greats of his sport having been ranked in the world's top ten every year between 1989 and 2002. Steve is the only British track and field competitor to win medals at three different Olympic Games. He broke the World Record three times and was crowned 'World Athlete of the Year' by the IAAF in 1990.
Having represented Great Britain for fourteen years at the highest level in athletics, Roger won fifteen major Championship Medals including European, Commonwealth and World Championship Gold Medals. Roger‘s greatest achievements were winning the Olympic 400 metres Silver Medal in 1996 and being part of the Gold Medal winning 4 x 400 metres relay team at the 1991 World Championships.
Having spent years in the pharmaceuticals industry as Head of Corporate Training and Development, Paul has since built his own successful training business, working with a broad spectrum of businesses, assisting with Organisation Development and creating tailored development programmes. His engaging and natural style, combined with a focus on the practical application of theory ensures maximum impact from any project.
Our Olympic Partners
Denise Lewis OBE
Denise won gold at the Sydney Games in 2000 and bronze at Atlanta in1996. She also has two Commonwealth golds, two World Championship silvers and a European Championships gold.
Daley Thompson CBE
With two Olympic gold medals, three Commonwealth titles and wins in the World and European Championships, Daley is often considered one of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen.
Three times Olympic medallist as well as a World, European and Commonwealth champion. Kriss formed part of the gold medal winning 4 x 400 metre relay at the 1991 World Championships.
In 1992 Sally brought home the Gold medal from the Barcelona games and followed her achievements by setting the World record in the 400m hurdles in 1993.
Danny won bronze in the 400m at the Sydney Paralympics 2000 and gold over 800m at the Athens Paralympics in 2004.
Katharine won a bronze medal in the 400 metres at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.