Racing cyclist, coach and Olympic speaker Jamie Staff MBE began his sporting career as a BMX rider where he tasted a great deal of success, becoming the BMX world champion in 1996 before he made the switch back to track racing. Having swapped between different codes of biking, Staff is an expert in versatility and adaptability, two topics he is renowned for discussing throughout his time as a speaker.
As well as winning an Olympic gold medal in the team sprint at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Jamie won five more medals at the World Championships, two gold medals at the World Cup, one gold at the 2004 UCI Track World Championships and then another gold medal at the 2005 World Championships. Having won numerous gold medals throughout his illustrious career, Staff often discusses the importance of peak performance but reflects on the teamwork and leadership required to be successful.
As well as winning numerous gold medals, Staff has won countless silver and bronze medals at prestigious events such as the Commonwealth Games and World Championships. Having enjoyed one of Britain’s most successful cycling careers, Staff often reflects on the drive and determination required to perform at an elite level throughout your career.
As an Olympic speaker who was given an MBE in 2009, Jamie Staff draws upon his vast experience of competing around the world against some of the best athletes and coming out on top time and time again. His commitment, dedication and unbridled passion for his sport – a sport that he began when he was just nine years old – is clear when he addresses audiences who just love to hear what it takes to become a world and Olympic champion.
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When at corporate events, Jamie is known to discuss the following topics:
- Drive & Determination
- Peak Performance
Over the course of his career Jamie earned the following achievements:
- 1996 World BMX Champion
- Gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
- 2 gold medals at the World Championships
- 2 gold medals at the World Cup