An Australian artistic gymnast with career stories of injury, adapting to team environments and bouncing back from complacency and laziness
Olivia Vivian is an Australian artistic gymnast who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics and the 2014 Commonwealth games. She has also competed on Australian Ninja Warrior.
If you need an extensive list of Olivia's achievements and ability to overcome hardships, don't hesitate to google or YouTube her name. What Google won't tell you, is of her ability to entertain, motivate, and to capture the attention of the whole room. More times than none, without the use of a microphone.
She also has many stories regarding injury, adapting to team environments and bouncing back from complacency and laziness through her career. Olivia is a sure thing when it comes to speaking in front of all sorts of audiences. She’s a natural speaker and role model who talks from the heart and you won’t be disappointed by feedback responses when chosen to speak, attend or participate in any event.
2017/2018 Top Female competitor on Australian Ninja Warrior
Only female to make it to the grand final of Australian Ninja Warrior
2008 Beijing Olympics
Silver medal at 2014 Commonwealth Games
2011 Pac 10 Champions in NCAA Gymnastics and All-American status
7 times National Champion on the un-even bars
- Born with Diaphragmichernia where she survived an immediate operation at birth that only 1 in three children survive
- As a child was told she would be too tall to be successful
- Speciality in the un-even bars
- At 25, she's the oldest competing female gymnast that Australia has had
- Single handedly set up a café named 'The Leaky Tap' in honour of her deceased father Craig