Chris Moon

The Speaker Who Walks The Talk


About Chris Moon

Chris Moon is a motivational speaker who walks the talk. He was blown up in Africa clearing landmines and lost his lower arm and leg. Less than a year after leaving hospital he completed the London Marathon and now runs the world's toughest ultra-marathons. He’s one of the few Westerners to have survived being taken prisoner by Khmer Rouge guerrillas. As a keynote speaker, after dinner speaker Chris Moon will tailor his speech to your event and leave the audience inspired, uplifted and ready to go the extra mile.

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Direct Line Group

The messages were spot on and really resonated with our people. It certainly echoed the messages we were trying to convey. I would have no hesitation in recommending Chris to others as a great motivational speaker.
2015-12-02T16:22:41+00:00
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The messages were spot on and really resonated with our people. It certainly echoed the messages we were trying to convey. I would have no hesitation View Full →
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Sika

We loved meeting Chris and all (200 of us) found his talk totally inspiring. There was such a buzz after & such positive vibes about Chris since the event.
2015-12-02T16:42:28+00:00
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We loved meeting Chris and all (200 of us) found his talk totally inspiring. There was such a buzz after & such positive vibes about Chris View Full →

Contact us

For bookings and enquiries : Contact Chris on +44 (0) 1357 528 750 or fill in the form below

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Moon Blog

The Musings of a Motivational Speaker
22/10/2015
Commando Memorial at Achnacarry

How Do You ‘Survive The Yomp’?

Between 1942 and 1945 more than 20,000 Commandos were trained at Achnacarry, then a top secret location nestled in the Scottish Highlands. Such was their success…
16/10/2015

Chris Moon Motivational Speaker – Never Give Up

Clients often ask if I have any film footage to give them a flavour of what I can offer to their particular event. As all keynotes,…
16/10/2015
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Chris’s West Highland Way Race 2015