Dr Noel Blundell is an internationally renowned Sport Psychologist. He has a high national and international media profile in television, print and radio due to his outstanding results working with elite athletes.
As a result of his success with a broad range of international athletes, he was dubbed by the media ‘the sport psychologist to the stars’.
Born in Brisbane, Queensland, and educated in Australia and the USA he won numerous citations for excellence, and his versatility is underscored by the 81 different sports with which he has worked – both on an individual and team basis.
Noel is an experienced keynote speaker at international and national seminars.
He has been involved in a wide range of workshops, sports science and medical discussion panels. He is the author of the book ‘So You Want to be a Tennis Pro’ which was launched by Pete Sampras at the Australian Open.
Over the past 30 years he has been directly involved in producing 22 World and Olympic champions and World #1s. These include Lleyton Hewitt (tennis), Arthur Brett (dual World Champion in Board Sailing and Yachting), Lee Brownbill (Shooting), Brett Thurley (Water Skiing), Lauren Bevaart (Triple World Karate Champion), Lauren Burns (Olympic Gold Medallist – Tae Kwondo), World Golf Hall of Famers Karrie Webb and Sandy Lyle, Minjee Lee and Su Oh (Golf), Tom King and Mark Turnbull (470 Class Olympic Yachting Gold Medallists). He has worked with numerous National teams, including Softball, Parachuting and Squash.
Dr Blundell’s unique international experience in the white hot, on site cauldron of international sport, provides him with a wealth of experience that shapes his ‘real world’ approach to consulting and elite performance.
Noel travels from Melbourne