Ministry of Sport Women In Sport Summit 21′: Olympian BMX Saya Sakakibara
Ministry Of Sport, In Association With Sunshine Coast Council And Tourism And Events Queensland Thanks Everyone Attending The Women In Sport Summit 2021
World Champion BMX Rider, Saya Sakakibara. Saya made her elite World Championship debut in 2018, and placed second in the opening world cup round at Shepparton in 2020.
With Japanese heritage family Saya competed at the Tokyo Games earlier in 2021 representing Australia and has a current sponsorship with Red Bull Australia.
Hosted on 25 June 2021 at the home of Sunshine Coast Lightning, USC Stadium
Some of the most prestigious names in the industry for the third annual Women In Sport Summit, exclusive access, coveted conversations and game changing discussions, all while inspiring #women to rise up, dream, believe, create, and succeed gave many valuable insights.
We thank the Speakers :
Jane Fernandez, Chief Operating Officer Australia at FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023
Natalie Cook, OLY 5 time Olympian and Gold Medallist with Karen
Breeanna Brock, Women’s Chief Executive Officer at Brisbane Lions
Belinda Keay, Operational Director, Big Bash Leagues at Cricket Australia
Rohan Sawyer, Chief Operating Officer at Queensland Rugby League
Danielle Smith, CEO at Sunshine Coast Lightning and Captain Karla Pretorius
Chris Hobden, Director at True North Research
Rebecca McCloy – Commercial Director-Sport for the Foxtel Group, the country’s leading sports media company for Foxsports and Kayo
Rowie Webster Olympic Australian Water Polo Captain with Lee Brentzel from Minerva Network.
Special Appearance from Ex NRL player Chris Walker on his walk to raise money for several charities with Nicole Edwards