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Danny Crates is best known for being a Paralympic icon and former world record holder who is widely considered one of the greatest British disability athletes of all time.
After losing his right arm in a horrific accident in 1994 at just aged 21, Danny was determined to overcome this huge hurdle in his life, focusing on the future and regaining his positive attitude.
Danny Crates is a paralymic icon and former world record holder who is widely considered one of the greatest British disability athletes of all time.
After losing his right arm in a horrific accident in 1994 at just 21 years old, Danny was determined to overcome this huge hurdle in his life, focusing on the future and regaining his positive attitude.
With utter determination, Danny found his way back onto the rugby field within 6 months and shortly after this Paralympic sport, quickly dominating and famously winning gold in the men’s 800m T46 final at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, a year which also saw him set a new world record.
It was the highlight of a 12-year glittering career that saw Danny win every major title in the sport, including the World Championships, European Championships and Paralympic World Cup.
Since retiring from international athletics, Danny continues to build on his reputation as a leading speaker in the world of business and sport, delivering keynote presentations around the world which saw him voted in the top 5 speakers globally in 2015 from a list of over 1300.
His presentations leave audience’s motivated and inspired to achieve their goals and targets, both personally and within business.
A master storyteller, Danny’s 19 year corporate speaker experience shines through. He is dynamic and presents with warmth and humour, quickly captivating his audience.
His presentation is built around his “5 key elements to success” which resonates with every department within a business or team and guarantees excellent returns for his clients’ way beyond presentation day.
Alongside his speaking, Danny is a regular presenter on TV, from factual programming to sports presentation. Danny is also a published author of his motivational biography “Danny Boy” which was voted best sports book in the Evening standard.
Danny participated in Celebrity MasterChef in 2015. He is patron of several charities and loves to challenge himself through sporting fundraising events.
- Overcoming hurdles
- Incremental gain
- Understanding and delivering high-performance
- Change management
- Optimizing personal performance
- Goal setting
- Building exceptional results.
Up to 5,000 GBP