Aaron Peirsol

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  • 7 Time Olympic Medalist; Texas Celebrity Speaker
  • Known as the best US Backstroker of all time

Aaron Peirsol went to his first Olympics at age 16. He set his first world record at age 17 and hasn’t looked back since. His charm and personality shine through in his own playful way making him a darling of the media. Aaron’s laid back attitude out of the pool doesn’t hold true in the pool where he has become the dominant and possibly the most influential back stroker of all time. Aaron won 3 Gold medals at the Games in Athens, sweeping all of the backstroke events, making him one of the top Olympians to watch in 2004. In 2008, he proved himself yet again at the Beijing Olympics when he won two gold medal's and one silver medal. The sky is the limit, but Aaron, now a popular celebrity Texas sports & environmental celebrity speaker, hopes to use his success to give back to his community through motivational speaking and youth clinics. In his spare time he is earning a degree in Government from the University of Texas and helping protect the World’s Oceans as the spokesperson for the clean-ocean advocacy group Oceana.  Aaron Peirsol is a:

  • 3-Time Olympian
  • 7-Time Olympic Medalist
  • 5-Time Olympic World Medalist
  • 5-Time World Record Holder- American Record Holder
  • 7-Time World Champion

 

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Media files by Aaron Peirsol

  • Letterman Interview
  • FORBES interview

  • Aaron has been recognized as the best backstroke swimmer in U.S. History. His accomplishments are unmatched: 5 Olympic Gold Medals, 7 Olympic Medals (total), numerous World Championships and World Records. Aaron is also a well known philanthropist and even has his own fundraising events and charity program to help save the world's oceans called "Aaron Peirsol's Race for the Oceans." Aaron achieved greatness at the young age of 16 and has been a fan favorite ever since. Aaron's messages of perseverance, commitment, and environmental awareness are relevant to both corporate audiences and youth audiences alike.
  • In his speeches, he can cover the following range of topics:
  • Commitment and Dedication
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Motivation and Perseverance
  • Ocean Advocacy
  • Olympic Experience
  • Aaron is a popular speaker for:
  • Team Banquets
  • Fundraisers
  • Grand Openings
  • Sales Meetings
  • Trade Shows
  • Request Topic Outline
  • Adversity
  • Attitude
  • Banquet Speakers
  • Health & Wellness
  • Inspirational
  • Keynote Speakers
  • Motivational
  • Sports
  • Stress Management / Life Balance
  • Team Building
  • Texas Celebs
  • Youth & School Events

Aaron went to his first Olympics at age 16. He set his first world record at age 17 and hasn’t looked back since. His charm and personality shine through in his own playful way making him a darling of the media. Aaron’s laid back attitude out of the pool doesn’t hold true in the pool where he has become the dominant and possibly the most influential back stroker of all time.

Aaron won 3 Gold medals at the Games in Athens, sweeping all of the backstroke events, making him one of the top Olympians to watch in 2004. In 2008, he proved himself yet again at the Beijing Olympics when he won the gold medal in the 100 time. Peirsol has been undefeated in a 100 meter backstroke final since the 2002 Spring Nationals meter backstroke with a world record of 52.54, setting the world record in that event for the fifth. In 2008, Aaron also took home a Gold in the 4×100 medley relay and a Silver in the 200m backstroke. The sky is the limit, but Aaron hopes to use his success to give back to his community through motivational speaking and youth clinics. In his spare time he is earning a degree in Government from the University of Texas and helping protect the World’s Oceans as the spokesperson for the clean-ocean advocacy group Oceana with his very own fundraising program called Aaron Peirsol’s Race for the Oceans. 

 

  • 3-Time Olympian
  • 7-Time Olympic Medalist
  • 5-Time Olympic World Medalist
  • 5-Time World Record Holder- American Record Holder
  • 7-Time World Champion

 

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