One of Australia's most remarkable sporting heroes
One of the nation’s most incredible athletes, Chloe Esposito OAM is a passionate sportswoman and advocate. Boasting an outgoing personality and oozing with charisma, Chloe brings her wealth of experience to enhance any event or conference.
Her sporting and athletic career has been the work of determination and strength. In 2008, Chloe attempted to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games at just 15 years of age, however a third-place finish at the Oceania Championships in 2007 was not enough to qualify. However, she did not let this experience deter her.
In 2011, Chloe returned to the Oceania Championships in China seeking London Olympic qualification. Qualifying first, Chloe attended the games and became Australia's best female result in London.
A year later, Chloe won her first World Cup medal in Rio De Janeiro as well as Australia's first medal at a World Championships. She claimed a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships in Poland.
In 2016, after overcoming some injuries, Chloe qualified for the Rio Olympic Games. Coming seventh after three disciplines, she stormed through the field with precision shooting and superior cross country running, ultimately taking home the crown as Olympic Champion and Australia's first medallist at an Olympic Games.
2018 saw Chloe become the first Australian to ever win a World Cup event.
Chloe’s sporting goals show her determination and include becoming World Champion as well as representing Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
As a speaker, Chloe shares with audiences her life story, including her determination to succeed as well as motivating the audience to achieve.