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Greg Searle

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London, UK

British Olympic Rower, Executive Coach & Inspirational Speaker

Greg Searle 20:40

Greg Searle
Biography
Greg Searle MBE won Olympic Gold rowing with his brother at the Barcelona Games in 1992. He came out of retirement at the age of 40 to win Bronze at London 2012. In 2001, when Searle retired from rowing, the first time, he took up sailing and competed as part of the GBR Challenge for the America’s Cup in New Zealand.

Greg has always had a professional career alongside his sport. Originally trained as a Chartered Surveyor he joined Lane4 Management Group in 1997 and worked as a consultant for 20 years. He now works independently as an inspirational speaker as well as consulting with senior management at blue chip companies. He designs and delivers workshops,facilitates meetings and is an accredited executive coach.

Greg works with various organisations and is retained as a lecturer at SAID Business School. He also works at Keys Business Concierge as Chief Innovation Officer. Keys is a good fit with Greg's other work which is all focused on helping teams and individuals to be as successful as Team GB.

Greg stays connected to rowing as a commentator and a Steward at Henley Royal Regatta.

Personal Business Advice

If you find the job you love then you will never do another days work in your life.

Greg Searle’s Newsfeed

08 Nov 2017
Tokyo 2020 an unsurprising target for Mahe Drysdale

Mahe Drysdale's decision to target rowing's single sculls at the Tokyo Olympics should not surprise, despite racing Father Time....rowing produces its share of exceptional older athletes. At 38, Brit Sir Steven Redgrave won gold in the coxless four at Sydney, compatriot Greg Searle earned bronze in the eight at London aged 40, and Norwegian Olaf Tufte - a former single sculls rival of Drysdale - was also 40 when he took bronze in the double sculls at Rio.

01 Oct 2017
GB add two more medals on world championships final day

The silver made Thornley only the third British woman to win an openweight singles medal at the world championships, but half an hour later newcomer Tom Barras claimed an astounding bronze which made him only the fourth Briton ever to win the men's equivalent.  Holding pace with the highly experienced Ondrej Synek and Angel Fournier Rodriguez, Barras found a final burst of energy to hold off sprinting Rio runner-up Damir Martin, and was cheered from the grandstands by Olympic legend Greg Searle, who managed the exact same feat twenty years ago.  

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Greg Searle’s Background

British Olympic Rower, Executive Coach & Inspirational Speaker
2012 - Present
London, UK
Greg Searle, Olympic Champion, provides inspirational speaking and executive coaching to businesses who require assistance in engagement, change, emotional connection, resillience and adaptability.

Other Business Interests

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Access Sport
Ambassador
London, UK
Access Sport, founded in 2004, is a dynamic charity whose mission is to give more children, particularly in disadvantaged areas, access to a wide range of quality local sport.
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Sparks For Childrens' Health
Ambassador
London, UK
Greg also has a long-standing association with Sparks, a charity aligned to his values – Sports People Aiding Research for KidS. As a leading children’s medical research charity Sparks are dedicated to funding and championing pioneering research into a range of conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be.

Greg Searle’s Education

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London South Bank University
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Hampton School