Daniel Greaves

Awe-Inspiring Paralympic Champion

Daniel Greaves

Gold medal-winning Paralympian, Daniel Greaves has a story in a million. Inspirational and motivational, his journey to sporting success leaves his audience with an improved outlook on the world. Developing his interest in discus throwing as young as 13 when at his local athletics club, Dan went on to win four medals at four consecutive Paralympic Games and break several world records. Charismatic and passionate, the paralympic speaker specialises in such topics as overcoming adversity and adapting to challenges, inspired by his personal experience of competing with a disability.

The first medal won by this popular Paralympics speaker, a silver, was at the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games when he was 18 years old. At the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games he won a gold medal, with a record-breaking throw and four years later at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games he won a bronze medal. In 2011, Dan broke the world record yet again, this time at the World Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand and did the same again (twice) a year later. At the 2012 London Paralympics Games, Dan managed a silver medal. Two years later, he won gold at the European Championships and the Commonwealth Games.

Dan’s achievements are truly awe-inspiring and make him the ideal Paralympic speaker for your next event. With an impactful story and influential outlook on life, both corporate and commercial audiences alike will be captivated by Dan’s authenticity and charm. From peak performance to teamwork, his methods for success can be easily translated to the world of business.

To book Daniel Greaves for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency using the contact details below.

 

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When featuring at events Daniel is known to discuss such topics as:

  • Paralympics
  • World Championships
  • Drive & Determination
  • World Athletics
  • High-Performance Teams

Over the course of his career Daniel earned the following achievements:

  • Gold medal at the 2002 Lille World Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2003 Assen IPC European Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games
  • Gold medal at the 2005 Espoo IPC European Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2006 Assen World Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2011 Christchurch World Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2014 Swansea IPC European Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games
  • Gold medal at the 2016 Grosseto IPC European Championships
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