Sports Catalog

Josh Davis

Fee Range:
$5,000–$7,500

Winner of Five Olympic Medals

In 1996 Josh Davis made history by becoming the only man in any sport from any nation at the Atlanta Olympic Games to win 3 gold medals. Josh returned to the Olympics in Sydney in 2000 where he was elected Captain of the USA Men's swim Team. He went on to break the American record three times in his event the 200 meter free-style and won two silver medals at the 2000 Sydney Games. After 2 Olympics and 5 medals, Josh earned his medals while modeling a life of integrity and balance. He is able to achieve family and business goals while pursuing an Olympic dream. Josh learned to maintain this balance by developing seven habits for achieving goals. Inevitably, applying these habits has thrust Josh into leadership opportunities and he has developed the skills to perform under intense pressure and bring out the best in his team. Josh is the owner and founder of USA Swim Clinics,LLC  the nation's leader in providing swimming education through personal interaction with many of the greatest swimmers & coaches in the World.


Jim Sundberg

Fee Range:
$5,000–$7,500

MLB Six-Time Gold Glove Catcher and Successful Businessman

Jim Sundberg spent 16 years of his life as a Major League Baseball player. He is a six-time American League Gold Glove catcher, a three-time American League All-Star. After playing the game he loves, Jim worked announcing the game as a broadcaster for six years. In 1994, Jim began his own business, creating youth sports training material, which is sold nationwide. Among this material is the Practice Planner™ fundamental learning system, sold in hundreds of retail outlets. Jim’s refreshing personality and warm speaking style enable him to convey valuable insights in ways people can easily understand. Using his wit and humor to blend business principles with baseball analogies.


Cael Sanderson

Fee Range:
$5,000–$7,500

Olympic Wrestling Gold Medalist

Cael Sanderson is one of the most decorated collegiate wrestlers of all-time. After a successful collegiate career, Sanderson has continued his dominance onto to world and Olympic circuits. During his time on the Iowa State wrestling team, Sanderson became only the second four-time NCAA Champion. Sports Illustrated named his undefeated career at Iowa State as the number two most outstanding achievement in the history of collegiate athletics. After his time at Iowa State, Sanderson went on to compete in his first Olympic Games in 2004, winning a gold medal. As current Head Wrestling Coach at Penn State University, Sanderson has coached the Nittany Lions to four consecutive National Championships from 2011-2014, capturing Big Ten Coach of the Year each time and making him the first coach to receive the award in both the Big Ten and Big 12. Before Penn State, Sanderson coached his alma mater to three consecutive Big 12 titles from 2007-2009.


Marla Runyan