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An Evening with Steven Bradbury – Don’t miss out!

Olympic gold medalist Steven Bradbury is returning to the Norwood Football Club for Steven Bradbury 2.0, an entertaining, hilarious, and interactive night full of fun.

Following the success of Bradbury’s sellout show last year, the iconic four-time Olympian has promised an entirely different show in 2023 that will deliver plenty of laughter, a little political incorrectness, fun onstage activities, the ‘Kawasaki moment’ and the opportunity to win Steven Bradbury signed memorabilia.

Guests will also enjoy a three-course meal and three-hour food and beverage package in the warmth of the Norwood Function Room in the Wolf Blass Community Centre.

Shooting to fame in the 2002 Winter Olympics, Bradbury skated past the finish line alone in the 1000m short-track speed skating final, after his four opponents collided and tumbled onto the ice.

It was a moment that saw Bradbury dubbed ‘the accidental hero’, with his name not only remaining synonymous with the Olympic games, but firmly etched into Australian sporting folklore.

Since retiring from speed skating, Bradbury has transitioned to being an expert motivational speaker and entertainer, presenting at over 1350 conferences and events in 21 different countries around the world.

“I love the adrenaline before going onstage and that my strategies for success in business and in life can inspire and help so many people,” said Bradbury.

“Passion, persistence and teamwork are what got me to where I am today, and I love the opportunity to instil these traits in others.”

Whilst a laugh is never far away, Bradbury delivers incredible insights into personal development, goal setting, mindset and high performance – it’s highly motivational and very entertaining.

“I may have been dubbed the ‘luckiest’ Olympic gold medallist in history, but luck is when preparation meets opportunity,” he said.

Bradbury’s story runs a lot deeper than his 2002 triumph at Salt Lake City, with 12 long years of hard work setting up his success, including a broken neck in 2000 that threatened to derail it all.

It’s a remarkable story like no other, so don’t miss out!

Event details:

Tickets: $150 per ticket | $1350 per table of 10

When: Friday, July 28, 6:30 – 10:30pm

Where: Norwood Function Room, Wolf Blass Community Centre

4 Woods Street, Norwood, 5067

Enquiries: Please call Angeline at the Norwood Football Club – 8362 6278.