Steve Cram MBE is one of the world’s most successful middle distance athletes of all time.
He made his major debut as a 17 year old at the 1978 Commonwealth Games.
His many achievements included Six Gold Medals at Commonwealth, European and World Championships and also an Olympic Silver Medal.
As a result, Cram was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 1983.
In 1985, Steve Cram broke World Records at 1500m, 2000m, and Mile all within 19 days, the latter lasting almost 9 years.
Retiring from the track in 1994, Steve’s career spanned three decades.
In 1986 he was awarded the MBE. Furthermore, in 2014 he received a CBE.
As a broadcaster, Steve began commentating for Eurosport covering World Championships, the European and Olympic Games.
He has since joined Channel 4 followed by the BBC where he is the Chief Athletics commentator.
Steve Cram – Motivational Speaker:
Outside of broadcasting, Steve Cram is an experienced conference host and motivational speaker.
Steve has worked with many multinational and FTSE 100 companies delivering key messages coupled with entertaining stories.
Speaking topics include:
- Personal Performance
- The Olympic spirit