Michael Goodfellow

The Scottish Curler With Three Silver Medals To His Name

Michael Goodfellow

Scottish curler and Olympic speaker Michael Goodfellow is best known for his incredible performance at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, where he won a silver medal. Having won the silver medal, Goodefllow often discusses the drive and determination required to be successful in a career.

He has also won two silver medals at the World Curling Championships in 2011 in Regina and 2012 in Basel, achieving a bronze at the same tournament in Victoria in 2013. In the same year, Michael also won a bronze at the European Curling Championships in Stavanger. Regularly winning medals at the biggest events in the world has meant Goodfellow has spent a large part of his career within the media. He often talks about dealing with pressure and how this can ensure you maximise success.

Earlier in his career, Olympic speaker Michael Goodfellow took part in two Winter Universiades – in 2009 and 2011. An international multi-sport event, the Universiade is recognised as the second-largest event of its kind in the world, second only to the Olympic Games.

Playing for the Tom Brewster rink, Michael Goodfellow has also been involved in three Scottish Championship wins from 2011 to 2013. In addition, the Olympic speaker played in seven games when his team came seventh in the 2012 European Curling Championships.

As a speaker, Goodfellow is able to share his experiences at the very pinnacle of his sport and what it’s like to compete against the best in the world. Touching on topics such as peak performance and dealing with pressure, Michael Goodfellow provides truly inspiring speeches.

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When speaking at events, Goodfellow is known to discuss the following topics:

  • Drive & Determination
  • Dealing with Pressure
  • Peak Performance
  • Achieving Goals
  • Sporting Success
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