Hall of Famers on Tour - 2022 Speakers

Apr 8
Hall of Famers on Tour are virtual and in-person education presentations that connect Hall of Famers with students in real-time to share their stories of how they’ve reached the pinnacle of their careers and are going “beyond their wins” to champion good in their communities. 

Meet the 2022 Speakers

Gareth Rees
Sport & the Community 

Did you know? Gareth was the First North American inductee into the international Rugby Hall of Fame! Gareth is the only man to have represented his country as a starter in every game in four consecutive Rugby World Cups and the first man in the world to Captain his country in two Rugby World Cups. Visit the link in our bio to join the waitlist! 
Dr. Sandra Kirby 
Youth Olympic Games & Sex and Gender in Canada's
Athletic Past
A former Olympic rower and an accomplished educator, sport administrator, coach and activist fighting sexual harassment and abuse and violence against children in sport.

Did you know? Dr. Sandra Kirby has do-authored 13 books and has written over 50 publications addressing sexual harassment, gender equality, and safety within sports.
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Vicki Keith
From Horse to Butterfly

Hailing from Winnipeg and growing up in Ottawa, Pointe-Claire QC and Kingston, marathon swimmer Vicki Keith fearlessly charted her course through many daunting bodies of water, setting 16 world records and receiving over 41 awards and honours. 


Fun Fact: Vicki Keith is the world record holder for the longest butterfly swim which was 80.2 KM – that’s like swimming from Calgary to Olds!
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