Top 10 Winter Olympics Speakers


What’s your favorite winter olympic sport? Whether it’s skiing, snowboarding, luging, speed skating, skeleton racing, ice hockey, or bobsledding, we’ve compiled a list of BigSpeak’s Top 10 Winter Olympics Speakers. 

There’s a lot more to being a winter olympic athlete than excelling at a certain sport— it takes a strong mindset, experience with failure, and practice building key skills and strategies for success. 

Bring out your audience’s inner champions with behind-the-scenes stories on overcoming extreme adversity and tips from real winter olympic medalists. Without further ado, these are the Top 10 Winter Olympics Speakers: 


Molly Bloom 

Molly Bloom is a top inspirational keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of Molly’s Game. Her memoir was adapted into an award-winning film by Aaron Sorkin. Bloom has appeared on numerous shows and in media outlets such as Ellen, Vice, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Vulture, and has been asked to speak at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women.  Molly was also in the Top 3 of the US Ski Team.

Jeremy Bloom 

Jeremy Bloom is a 3x World Champion, 2x Olympic Skier and former football player for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is the founder of Wish of a Lifetime, a charity that grants lifelong wishes to senior citizens. He is also the CEO of Integrate, a venture backed marketing software company.

Jamie Anderson 

Olympic speaker Jamie Anderson is an American professional snowboarder and top motivational speaker who won the gold medal in the first snowboard slopestyle event ever held in Olympic competition at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Jamie’s Olympic gold medal further solidifies her reputation as the best women’s slopestyle snowboarder in the world, and she placed first or second in the past 20 of 24 events she has entered leading up to the Olympics.

Ruben Gonzalez 

Ruben is a top motivational keynote speaker, four-time Olympian, and bestselling author. As a Four-Time Olympian and internationally recognized expert on developing mental toughness, Ruben Gonzalez knows how to achieve success again and again. Ruben uses his Olympic experiences to inspire audiences to think differently, live life with passion, and have the courage to take the necessary steps toward their goals.

Nikki Stone 

Nikki Stone is a top inspiration keynote speaker, Olympic Gold Medalist, and Amazon best-selling author. At the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, Nikki Stone became America’s first-ever Olympic champion in the sport of inverted aerial skiing. What made Nikki Stone’s performance so unbelievable was the fact that less than two years earlier, a chronic injury prevented her from standing, much less walking or skiing down a slope.

Jonny Moseley

Jonny Moseley is a top inspirational keynote speaker and Olympic and World Cup champion in mogul skiing and rated by Ski Magazine as one of the top ten most influential skiers of all time. His innovative techniques and tricks changed the sport of freestyle skiing. At the Olympics in 1998, Jonny incorporated a snowboard style grab into his 360-degree spin making it easy for the judges to award him the gold medal.

Mikaela Shiffrin

Mikaela Shiffrin is an American alpine ski racer who is the 2014 defending World Cup champion and FIS Alpine World Ski Champion in the slalom event. At just 18 years old, Mikaela was named to the 2014 United States ski team picked to represent the nation at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Mikaela, heralded as “The Next Lindsey Vonn,”was featured on 1 of 4 commemorative covers of the Olympic preview edition of Sports illustrated magazine.

Mike Eruzione 

Mike Eruzione is a top motivational speaker, Director of Athletic Development at Boston University, and the captain of the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” USA Hockey team. The U.S. team, made up of amateur and collegiate players, defeated the Soviet Union national team, which had won the gold medal in six of the seven previous Olympic games. He scored the winning goal against the Soviets in the semi-final game—the goal and game that stunned the world.

Amy Williams

Amy Williams’ gold-medal-winning skeleton race at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010 projected her into the public view overnight. She’s still an athlete, but during the past two years she has also done a lot of other work involving television, public appearances and motivational speaking. Besides a range of sporting interests, such as horse riding, she’s also a keen artist and loves all outdoor activities and adventures.

David Wise 

David Wise has been on the top of the halfpipe podium since early 2011, with a trophy case that includes the inaugural Olympic gold medal in men’s ski halfpipe. Wise, a family-oriented man from Reno, NV, had a consistent road to Sochi, winning two of the five Olympic qualifying events and clenching his team nomination through objective criteria. With his ticket to Sochi in hand, Wise made a quick stop in Aspen, CO before heading to Russia and bagged his third-straight X Games gold medal, the only athlete to accomplish the feat since Tanner Hall’s three-peat from 2006-2008.


Good news! These winter olympic speakers and so many more, are available to speak at your event or conference. Please email to inquire. 

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