Dr. Murray Howe is Gordie Howe’s youngest son. He is head of Sports Medicine Imaging for Toledo Radiological Associates and Promedica Health System’s Sports Care program. An associate clinical professor at the University of Toledo Medical Center, he also serves on the University of Michigan Medical School Admissions Committee.
ProSpeakers is thrilled to announce one the fastest men in the world is joining our bureau. At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, up-and-coming sprint star Andre De Grasse showed the world what the future has in store for sprinting. He became the first Canadian to win Olympic medals in three sprint events, capped by a personal best … Read More
Lisa raced for 20 years as a professional triathlete. In the course of her career, she has won 11 IRONMAN races, 11 IRONMAN 70.3 races (1/2 IRONMANs), has several top 5 finishes at the IRONMAN World Championships, represented Canada on multiple National Teams and at the Pan American Games and was ranked top 5 in the world for a decade.
Warren Macdonald’s life’s boundaries were redefined in April 1997 with his accident on North Queensland’s (Australia) Hinchinbrook Island. Climbing to the Island’s tallest peak, he became trapped beneath a one-ton slab boulder in a freak rock fall. Two days later he was rescued, only to undergo the amputation of both legs at mid thigh.
Walter Gretzky, father of The Great One, is an ordinary man who, from humble beginnings and against the odds of a devastating illness to lead an extraordinary life.
To many people, Walter Gretzky is the ultimate dad, and the first inspired coach to a talented young boy. Walter’s major insight into hockey, that a player should “go where the puck is going”- guided Wayne’s brilliant style.
Known as the ‘voice of curling’ in Canada, Vic Rauter has anchored TSN’s curling coverage for 20 years.
Off the ice, Rauter has been a key player in TSN’s soccer coverage since 1986, providing commentary for the Canadian Olympic and World Cup qualifying bids, Toronto Blizzard and TSN’s coverage of the 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002 and 2006 World Cup.
Theoren Fleury is a former NHL All-Star, Stanley Cup winner and Olympic Gold Medalist. Recently, Theo fascinated readers with his #1 bestseller, Playing With Fire. Now he is one of the country’s most in-demand keynote speakers. Theo tells jaw-dropping anecdotes of living hard at the top of the NHL, the crash that followed, and finally his comeback and redemption. The intensity of his own story is balanced by humourous stories from behind the scenes with the game’s biggest stars.