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Chris Moon MBE

Former British Army Officer, Chris was blown up whilst clearing landmines and as a double amputee has campaigned and helped raise significant sums to help disabled people in the developing world and worked to ban landmines. He went on to complete a Masters and became the first amputee ultra runner to conquer the Marathon des Sables.

He is a dynamic and popular motivational speaker. Chris possesses a practical understanding of human performance in the most extreme situations and relates this to audiences across the globe.

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Motivational speaker Chris Moon worked for a British charity the HALO Trust (the Hazardous Areas Life Support Organisation) specialising in mine clearance after leaving the army. In 1995 he was blown up walking in a cleared area. Chris is involved with St Loyes (President), Disability Sport England (President), the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP), The British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association, Motivation, Concern, Association to Aid Refugees, The Red Cross and is patron of COCO and Children’s Chance. He is an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust. Chris was the first leg amputee to complete the 250km Great Sahara Run described as the toughest footrace on earth and he has raised thousands of pounds for charity.’

Clients comments include: “Chris went down a storm – they loved him! Apparently he enjoyed himself too – the audiences were large 750 on the first day and 630 on the second and he had them in the palm of his hand throughout. He was the highlight of the conference and made up for all the tedious other presentations that the audience had to endure…..so very positive response.” Julia Brewer, Mirage Events

Fantastic talk Chris. Feedback has been universally positive. It has really challenged the way we think about risk.” Barclays Bank Plc

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