Andy Barrow

Retired GB Paralympic Wheelchair Rugby Player; Motivational and Inspirational Speaker

Andy Barrow is a triple Paralympian and three-time European gold medalist. He was a professional Wheelchair Rugby player for Great Britain for over a decade, captaining the team for five years spanning the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing. He competed at London 2012 Paralympic Games before retiring internationally to pursue a career as an inspirational speaker and mentor. Andy Barrow is already a full member of the Professional Speaking Association and has become a Team London ambassador for whom he regularly speaks.

Andy Barrow runs two large projects working with young people. The first, with long-term client Chaucer Syndicates sees him create volunteering opportunities for employees, who help him run team-building days for young people with challenges. This year, Andy will run 18 of these days across London and Kent based on his 3 Cs (confidence, communication and compromise). His second project is the Athlete Inspiration Programme wherehe runs a series of workshops for the schools in his home borough of Greenwich. This is now in its third year and themes include wellbeing, nutrition, resilience and teamwork.

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