Danielle Brown MBE

Achieved 12 Paralympic world records

Danielle Brown

As an Olympic speaker, double Paralympic gold medallist Danielle Brown is a popular speaker, booked for a wide range of events. Described as “utterly inspired and enthused,” her passion for sport is infectious from the moment she steps onto the stage. The Olympic speaker never fails to impress, particularly when her audiences hear how she has held the top slot in her sport for her entire career, and how many records she has broken. There can be no better proof that a disability doesn’t have to prevent someone from turning their goals into reality.

The three-times World Champion in archery won a gold medal at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games, where she was competing against able-bodied athletes. But these are not her only achievements – while competing at the very top of her sport, Danielle was studying for and graduating with a first-class law degree at the same time as breaking world record after world record.

Eager to give something back after her amazing achievements, Danielle has made her own video, Performing Under Pressure, which is intended to help students perform better in their exams. Suitable for students gearing up for their GCSEs or going through to university level, the video is said to give them “strategies to help cope with nerves and perform at their very best”. The same motivational message is relevant to any audience of any age. As a speaker, she expands upon these universal skills in her corporate events, helping teams remain calm in a tense environment.

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
  • Overcoming Challenges
  • Handling Pressure
  • High-Performance Team
  • Youth Development

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

  • Gold medal at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games
  • Gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games
  • Gold medal at the 2012 London Paralympic Games
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