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Steve Brown is a broadcaster Paralympian, public speaker, mentor and coach.

In 2005 Steve became paralysed when he fell from a balcony and broke his neck. Soon after, he was introduced to wheelchair rugby and, in 2012 he captained Great Britain at the London Paralympic Games.

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Steve was 23 years old when he experienced the trauma that changed his life, completely and irrevocably. It was 2005 and he was working in Europe as an area manager for a holiday company. He recounts: "I tripped and fell from a first-floor balcony. I was looking up when I landed, so when my body stopped my head went back over my shoulders, like a severe whiplash. It snapped my neck, dislocating the C7 [one of the cervical vertebrae, below...

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Steve was phenomenal. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. He’s such an inspirational speaker and stayed right on our conference theme. You could have heard a pin drop during his talk.


- NAHL Group Ltd Conference

Steve was brilliant today, exactly what we were looking for! He was excellent, so engaging – would love to have him back again! He is the best speaker that we have ever had in here and really mapped his story around the messaging that we wanted to get across. People are still raving about him today, they thought he was excellent! He was warmly received and left a most lasting impression on all.


- Paddy Power

"He is an inspiring young man with an amazing personal story... ranked as highlight of the event."

- Allianz SE

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