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Keynote speaker Sean Conway is an inspirational speaker and adventurer. He is the only person in history to complete the Ultimate GB Triathlon cycling, swimming and then running the length of Britain. His motivational keynotes are unique and transmit messages about boldly confronting oneself. Sean Conwey is an engaging speaker who can enrich any kind of event with his exciting life story.
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As an extreme endurance athlete Sean Conway has already faced and overcome many obstacles. Keynote speaker Sean Conway is ambitious and knows what to aim for and how to achieve enormous goals. Motivation for the long haul despite disappointment, injury and setbacks is one of his permanent goals. Sean’s messages are built around his concept ‘Find Your Beard’ (verb: to boldly confront or challenge) and he’s passionate about encouraging others.
In 2015, resilient speaker Sean Conway completed the last leg of the Ultimate British Triathlon, running 1,014 miles in six weeks from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The run was the last addition to the 900 mile swim and the 1,300 mile bike ride of the length of Britain. This phase of his Ultimate Great Britain Triathlon was accompanied by Discovery Channel, resulting in a documentary that won Sean Conwey praise and many new fans for his courage and humour: as several newspaper headlines put it, Britain now had its own inspiring Forrest Gump.
Sought-after speaker Sean Conway has gives memorable and entertaining talks spiced with his broad national and international experience. His messages are powerful and provide a recipe for positive attitude and coping with setbacks. Sean Conway can help you to succeed in times of change and challenge.
A Summary of Sean’s adventures:
Running Britain (2015)
Swimming Britain (2013)
Walking to London from Cheltenham (2013)
Strongman run (2013)
Cycling London to the Alps (2013)
Three Peaks Cycle Challenge (2012)
Cycling the World (2012)
Climbing Kilimanjaro (dressed as a penguin, 2011)
Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling (dressed in a suit, 2009)
Cycling Britain (Land’s End to John O’Groats, 2008)
Midmar Mile (the world’s biggest open water swimming event, 1996)
The Duzi Canoe Marathon (from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, SA, in 1998 and 1999)