Careers Uplugged with track star Jeff Riseley
Jeff Riseley’s meteoric rise to the highest echelon’s of international sport is the stuff of fairy tales – inspired by the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne in 2006, Jeff committed to playing his biggest game in life and within two years had competed at both the World Championship and Olympic Games.

But like many of our guests on Careers Unplugged, Jeff has experienced at least as many lows as highs in his journey. From debilitating injuries and disappointments to becoming ill immediately prior to the Olympic Games and not being able to perform at the level he had targeted,  Jeff has continued to follow his dreams as an athlete.

Inspirational!

 

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