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2 minutes to Excellence! with Evan O´Hanlon

Evan O´Hanlon is the 100 and 200m World Record holder for the T38 classification. Evan shares his secrets on what makes him such a determined athlete to continually be the Best in the World and provides us with a tip to help us all strive for Excellence everyday.  

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My Vision of my Thirties to help me reach my Hundreds.

On my 30th Birthday I am FEELING like I’ve never felt before: Emotionally, Mentally, and Physically. Emotionally I am emotionally agile and have emotional intelligence from skills learned with my life coaches and mentors. Mentally I have clarity with my mental state, and I’m in control of my mentality through optimal brain health and mindfulness. Physically  I am physically fitter and stronger than ever before, hitting P.B’s in my chosen disciplines.   I am GIVING more than I’ve ever given; Time to charity on the day, and an amount to a charity greater than I’ve ever given from my own pocket. I am MOVING like I’ve never moved before; I’ve learned Salsa dancing to groove with the locals in South America...

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Kurt Fearnley Gives Life A Good Name

  34 YEARS OLD AND ONLY 140CM TALL, PARALYMPIC AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD MEDALLIST, 40 TIMES MARATHON CHAMPION, SYDNEY TO HOBART YACHT RACE WINNER, CRAWLED KOKODA TRACK! – 96 KM, FINISHING IN 11 DAYS.     There’s many reasons why I love this bloke.  The first one is that he grew up in a small country town in NSW called Carcoar, which is much smaller than my home town of Cobar for that matter.  He’s also the survivor of many hardships and adversities; and inspires and teaches others his mentally resilient traits through his motivational speeches, school visits, and hard grind in sport and worldly adventures   Kurt is mostly well known for his accomplishments in the race chair, but...

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From Brain Damage to International Success - Katrina Webb's Journey

Katrina Webb was born into a very athletic family and sport was in her blood. At the age of 3, Katrina was told by her doctor that she had mild brain damage that affected the physical capabilities on the right side of her body. Despite this prognosis, Katrina was determined to become an elite athlete from a young age. Unlike her family members natural talent, this wasn’t going to be enough to get Katrina to the top level. Katrina’s parents didn’t let her brain damage hold her back. They encouraged her to do everything she wanted to do growing up. Which involved almost every sport possible, including netball. Katrina knew she had a mild disadvantage when she was playing sport...

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