Bryan Steel is an former professional racing cyclist. He represented Great Britain at the 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. As a boy, Bryan Steel was much like many boys, uninterested in school, and not very athletic. Then he discovered a talent, cycling. This gave him an outlet and a passion.
He made the British cycling team, which at the time was not a team recognised for excellence. Bryan participated in a revolutionary change management programme that catapulted the team to the world stage and Bryan with it, going on to win, win and win on the world and Olympic stage. From scrawny, negative schoolboy to World Class athlete, Bryan now shares the secrets of his success through his own development programme ‘Winning Mindset’. With the formula for success being as applicable to the board room and business environment as it is to the playing field. Bryan has developed a range of programs which inspire and motivate people into more positive activities, which will maximise their true potential. The programmes, from motivational talks, one-to-one mentoring to team workshops, are delivered to both corporations, SME’s and sports organisations. HONOURS OLYMPIC GAMES 1992 Team pursuit 5th place 1996 Team pursuit 11th place 2000 Team pursuit bronze medal 2004 Team pursuit silver medal SENIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Competed in fourteen world championship between 1989 and 2004 Competing in Team pursuit, Individual pursuit and Madison events 2000 Team pursuit silver medal 2001 Team pursuit silver medal 2002 Team pursuit bronze medal 2003 Team pursuit silver medal 2004 Team pursuit silver medal JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 1987 Individual pursuit 7th place Points race 12th place COMMONWEALTH GAMES 1990 Team pursuit bronze medal Individual pursuit 8th place 1994 Team pursuit silver medal Individual pursuit 6th place 2002 Team pursuit silver medal Points race OTHER HONOURS Honorary Degree from University of Nottingham for services to sport and his home city 2013 East Midlands ‘Sports Person of the Year 1992’ Services to Cycling Award 2004 35 National medals