Apr 19, 2018
Heather Moyse has represented Canada professionally in three different sports; Rugby, Cycling, and Bobsleigh. Heather was the leading try scorer in the 2006 and 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup, she represented Canada in cycling at the Pan-American games in 2012, and won two olympic gold medals in bobsleigh one in 2010 and one in 2014. Outside of sport Heather has a masters degree in occupational therapy, she is a motivational speaker and has recently released her book called Redefining Realistic.
Heather helped grow the sport of rugby in another country and ended up crossing paths on the world stage with a player that she once introduced to the game.
We discuss her rare and outstanding self-talk that allows her to put 100% focus into every race.
Heather admits she has always had an ulterior or greater motivation than simply finishing at the top of the podium.
Beyond her success as a professional athlete, Heather continues to strive for more. She climbed the Antarctic Peak with retired military to support their challenges with PTSD.
Heather was hand picked for 3 different sports, she trained for only a fraction of the time that her competitors did yet she was continually successful in competition.