Sinead Lynch

Rower: Olympic Finalist & World Medalist

Sinéad Lynch

Good Enough – Young Enough: At 39 she made her Olympic debut after a 16-year journey!

Achievements: Olympic Finalist, 2016 (Light Weight Doubles with Claire Lambe) | World Rowing Champion, 2001/World Bronze Medallist, 2000/World Silver 2008 (Individual)

Multiple Sports: Rowing |Triathlon | Track Cyclist |

Mum: From Letterkenny, Donegal, now living in Limerick with her husband and three young girls, Clodagh, Molly & Hannah

Medical Background: Sinead is a qualified pharmacist and medical doctor. She is currently finishing her training in GP and has a special interests in women’s health and sports medicine.

Corporate Speaking: Making it Happen: The Resilience needed to Succeed by sharing her personal story, Sinead offers insights, real tips and advice on how to build resilience. Her unique blend of personal experience, energy, and stories makes her speaking engaging and inspiring.

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Corporate Speaking  | Making it Happen: The Resilience needed to Succeed

One of the most important skills to develop in work and life today is resilience, the ability to adapt to and manage challenge, stress and change.

Sinead’s incredible story of a 16-year journey to fulfil her childhood dream of becoming an Olympian, is one which truly reflects the resilience needed to succeed.

Sinead’s philosophy is about finding a way to achieve your goals despite the challenges encountered.

By sharing her personal story, Sinead can offer insights, real tips and advice on how to build resilience.

The themes covered in her presentation include maintaining a positive attitude, recognising that the negative experience is temporary, staying flexible and considering all possibilities, maintaining one’s physical health and seeking out support.

Her unique blend of personal experience, energy, and stories makes her speaking engaging and inspiring.