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James Cracknell

James Cracknell

Sustainability and Wellbeing Consultant, Curve Workplaces

Double Olympic Champion (rowing), adventure/endurance athlete and public speaker. Curve Workplaces, HCML (Health and Care Management Ltd), Sustainability Committee LOCOG (2007-12)
James is one of Britain’s most successful athletes. Winning two Olympic gold medals and six world championship titles, in the coxless fours and coxless pairs alongside Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent. His love of competition has seen him achieve epic challenges, including rowing across the Atlantic, and completing the gruelling South Pole Race. Both with Ben Fogle and broadcast by the BBC. His recovery from a near fatal head injury whilst cycling across America was featured in his series for Discovery, ‘World’s Toughest Expeditions’.
James is leading the Policy Exchange’s work on obesity and physical activity and has been heavily involved with the Centre for Social Justice. Studying the links between, poverty, obesity and physical activity.
In 2018, James Cracknell while studying for an MPhil in Human Evolution at Peterhouse, Cambridge University became the oldest rower to take part in the Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race..

All Sessions By James Cracknell

Gala Dinner Speaker
9 November 2023 19:00 - 23:00
BCEC Conference room