Andy Barrow

Andy regularly gives talks at local schools and other organisations, delivering motivational speeches to encourage health and well being through participation in sport and he’s keen to use the skills he’s learnt to continue working with young people in sport.



Andy helped in making an impact to young people’s lives and raising aspirations whilst working on the Sporting Champions programme, and is now looking to inspire your audience by sharing his secret of what it takes to be the best you can!

Andy Barrow has followed a successful career as an international athlete (see below for details) by building a business as an inspirational speaker and mentor. He is already a full member of the Professional Speaking Association and has become a “Team London” ambassador for whom he regularly speaks and recently delivered to a crowd of 12,000 people at Wembley Arena.

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 your people with challenges. This year, Andy will run 18 of these days across London and Kent based on his “3 C’s” (confidence, communication and compromise)

Andy’s other project, the “Athlete Inspiration Programme”, he runs a series of workshops for the schools in his home borough of Greenwich. This is now in it’s third year and themes include wellbeing, nutrition, resilience and teamwork.

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Andy was a brilliant addition to our training, and his speech was at an appropriate level for our Young Leaders. He was relaxed and flexible to last minute changes, and very approachable. He added huge value to what otherwise could have been a rather tedious, information-filled session.

Ed Bartam, Sussex School Games

Andy really enhanced our Change4Life Festival for the young people who took part by reinforcing our messages that sport and physical activity can be enjoyed by everyone and the importance of having a healthy lifestyle.

Jo Heath, Kent School Games


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