Sir Anthony McCoy OBE
Twenty years of undoubted success as a Champion Jockey have given AP McCoy the opportunity to turn into the charismatic and fascinating speaker he is. He motivates, inspires and explains the best way for endurance in life.
Sir Anthony McCoy OBE is the worlds greatest jump jockey. He has dominated his sport for over 2 decades, making him one of the UKs highest profile sporting talents. Sir Anthony, also known as AP, is the only sportsman of his kind to have been awarded BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2010, to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at SPOTY in 2015 & BTs Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award.
Sir Anthony McCoy ended a truly phenomenal career in April 2015 as Champion Jockey for the 20th consecutive year, recording 4348 wins (which includes the 2010 Grand National, the prestigious Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase & King George VI Chase). He spent his career setting records which will not be broken in our lifetime -a tribute to his stamina, endurance, motivation and dedication to the world of sport.
After being a popular figure and presenter for Channel 4 Racing, McCoy recently became the co-presenter of ITV Racing, introducing topics on key race meetings. He is an Ambassador for Close Brothers, Randox Health, as well as Laureus and Albert Bartlett.
Sir Anthony McCoy is an exceptional keynote, after-dinner, corporate and motivational speaker. He also speaks at global Sport Meets Business forums & events. His unparalleled experience, humour and personality endears him to any audience his fear of failure, his drive to be the best, his mental / physical / motivational techniques, his anecdotal stories from the saddle, breaking his bones over 700 times & and his insight into the pressures and dangers of the sport makes for a lively Q&A.
A documentary style film about Sir Anthony is currently top of the itunes film chart, having been shown recently in over 200 cinemas across the UK and Ireland. Being AP has premiered at the Toronto Film Festival (just 20 from 6000 films were chosen), in Dublin and in London. He has also written autobiographies such as Winner: My Racing Life and a fictional book Taking the Fall.