People of an Olympic standard surround themselves with talented individuals, each with their own area of expertise and together sharing one goal – Success. BackleyBlack take this into the business world. Our specialised trainers are focused on one goal – Your Success. We recognise the role motivation, inspiration and a positive mindset have when striving for peak performance, attributes our skilled trainers use to bring the content of each programme to life. Just as our Olympian partners expected to deliver their maximum, there is an expectation that our training team do the same. It is a mindset and approach that differentiates us and will encourage real sustained change in performance.
Denise won gold at the Sydney Games in 2000 and bronze at Atlanta in1996. She also has two Commonwealth golds, two World Championship silvers and a European Championships gold.
With two Olympic gold medals, three Commonwealth titles and wins in the World and European Championships, Daley is often considered one of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen.
Sally is the only woman in history to hold all four major track titles concurrently. In 1992 Sally brought home the Gold medal from the Barcelona games and followed her achievements by setting the World record in the 400m hurdles in 1993.
Kriss is a three times Olympic medallist as well as being a World, European and Commonwealth champion. He formed part of the world famous 4 x 400 metre relay taking the team across the finish line at the World Championships in 1991. Kris's greatest triumph was securing gold in the 1990 European Championships.
Danny won bronze in the 400m at the Sydney Paralympics 2000 and gold over 800m at the Athens Paralympics in 2004.
Ben won gold in the coxed eights at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, the only British crew to have won this event since 1912.
Katharine won a bronze medal in the 400 metres at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
Giles won a gold, silver and bronze at the Atlanta Paralympics in 1996, two golds and one silver at the Sydney Paralympics in 2000 and a bronze at the Athens Paralympics in 2004.