Dr. Murray Howe

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.

Andre De Grasse

Andre De Grasse, Olympic Sprinter, Motivational Speaker

Andre was born in Scarborough, Ontario on November 10th, 1994 and raised in Markham by his mother Beverley, who was a high school sprinter growing up in Trinidad & Tobago before moving to Canada in her twenties.

Lisa Bentley

Lisa Bentley, Professional Speaker, Ironman Triathlete

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.

Vic Rauter

Vic Rauter, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN Curling Announcer, Profile Image

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.

Tessa Virtue

Scott Moir, Tessa Virtue, Adventure and Sports Speakers, Olympians Figure Skating, Profile Image

Ranked third in the World, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir represented one of Canada’s best medal hopefuls entering the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. To the delight of fans across Canada, Virtue and Moir went on to win the first North American Olympic Gold Medal in Ice Dancing.

Simon Whitfield

Simon Whitfield, Adventure and Sports Speaker, Olympic Triathlete, Profile Image

Simon Whitfield has relentlessly pursued excellence in sport – and in life – for as long as he or anyone around him can remember. As a youngster, his future gold medal-winning speed first showed up on the soccer pitch. At 11, he put his horsepower to use in his first triathlon when a family friend organized a race just north of his hometown of Kingston, Ontario. He entered, looking like a future professional “in boxer shorts with cows on ’em, and a Mickey Mouse hat,” to meet the challenge of a friend. He lost that challenge, but found a calling: getting serious about triathlon and honing his skills in the local Canadian Kids of Steel program.

Scott Russell

Scott Russell, Adventure and Sports Speaker, CBC, Profile Image

Scott Russell is a Gemini-Award winning broadcaster and acclaimed author, originally from Oshawa. He holds a Masters of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario, and is known across the nation for his coverage of amateur sports.

Scott Moir

Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue profile image

Ice dance has had its share of iconic moments. Perhaps none more so than the Gold medal of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir’s performance at the 2018 Peuongchang Olympics. Winning their 2nd Gold Medal of the Games and their 3rd Olympic Gold Medal, Virtue and Moir skated into the history books and into the hearts of Canadians.

Russ Anber

Russ Anber, Adventure and Sports Speaker, Boxing Broadcaster, Profile Image

Widely acclaimed as the guru of Canadian boxing, Russ Anber has built his career as Canada’s most successful boxing analyst upon a solid foundation of coaching excellence at both the professional and amateur level. Anber has seen his fighters wear both World Championship belts as well as Championship Medals and is as likely to be found in the corner of a 12 year-old hopeful fighting in front of friends and family as he is before a capacity crowd in a sold-out arena.