Olympic gold medalist and three-time World Champion, Dan O'Brien dominated the 1990's and was known as the "World's Greatest Athlete." Adopted at age two, diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). raised with seven siblings, of which five were also adopted and of racially mixed backgrounds, Dan credits his upbringing for his competitive spirit, work ethich, determinanation, resilience and for providing him with the tools for overcoming adversity.
Today, O'Brien trains professional and collegiate level athletes and works as a broadcaster for ESPN, NBC, and Yahoo! Sports. His speaking presentations vary from motivational speaking engagements for business groups to health and wellness messages aimed at adults, youth and kids at risk.