Marquis Athletes

December 5, 2006

Client Info: Shane Hamman

Shane Hamman has competed in weightlifting at the Sydney and Athens Olympic Games. Considered the “Strongest Man in America,” he holds three American records in his weight class, and in 1999 became the first U.S. man to win weightlifting gold at the Pan Am Games. Shane shares with his audience what it takes to be a champion with his inspiring story of how the world’s best powerlifter gave it all up to become an Olympian. He succeeded, and is the first powerlifter in history to ever successfully make the transition to Olympian.

Speech Topic: “What it Takes to be a Champion”

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Fees: $5,000-$10,000 plus travel expenses; Multi-event discounts available; Last minute specials available; Low-fee events available for schools and community groups, contact us for details

Traveling From: Oklahoma City, OK

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