Rachel Homan

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Rachel Homan is not only an elite curler, she is also an elite keynote dinner speaker. As many curling fans know, Rachel has a commanding presence on the ice. She enjoys sharing her winning personality and tales from the curling world while at the podium.

Rachel is also a very passionate speaker who can help motivate your audience. She shares the highlights of her journey from a four-time bantam champion to becoming the first ever undefeated world curling champion.

She discusses how if you are truly committed to your goals and willing to make the necessary sacrifices you will be successful and reach your full potential.

Rachel’s speaks to the importance of having a strong belief in yourself and how to get more fulfillment out of your life. Her keen insight on team building and the value of focusing on what you can control in life provide direction on what you can achieve by working together as a team.

Audiences will hear how Rachel’s immense work-ethic, strong self-discipline and determination to accomplish her goals have provided her with the confidence to overcome obstacles as she strives to be the best on and off the ice.

Rachel will also share humourous stories from the locker room and her travels to world predominance in women’s curling. The youngest skip ever to win back-to-back Scotties, Rachel also speaks on specialized topics such as health in the work place and sports team training.

Rachel Homan will fill the house and be a sweeping success as your keynote speaker.


Rachel speaks on the following topics

  • Mindfulness with respect to perspective in sport Team building
  • Over coming obstacles to strive to be the best you can Confidence in sport and life
  • Health at the work place sports team training

Picture courtesy Andrew Klaver