Andy McMenemy is an award winning speaker, facilitator, Leadership Development Mentor, Personal Development Coach and Behavioural Change Specialist.
He came to public knowledge in 2011 when the world record for consecutive Marathons was 52 marathons in 52 days as Andy set out to complete a World Record bid in an epic challenge to run 66 Ultra Marathons in 66 consecutive days in the 66 official cities of the UK.
Despite crippling injuries, including a damaged Achilles tendon on day 2 and very firm medical advice to abandon his attempt, he carried on running, pulling on mental toughness and resilience and the power of a dream – and succeeded against the odds.
His tenacity, achievement and inspiration of other people have not gone un-noticed. In April 2014, Andy was very proud to receive The True Englishman of 2014 Award at The St George's Day Annual Luncheon at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London and privileged to join previous recipients including Sir Stephen Redgrave CBE, Sir Roger Bannister CBE MSC, Sir Ian Botham OBE, Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE, Lawrence Dallaglio amongst others.
He was also honoured to be awarded the Richard Whitely Award for Inspiration by the Yorkshire Society, other award winners were leading internationally acclaimed actors Brian Blessed and Maureen Lipman.
Prior to all this Andy had built a successful 22 year career climbing the corporate ladder holding senior management and leadership positions in £500million and £1.3 billion pound organisations.
He now invests his time inspiring, leading, guiding, coaching and helping others who aspire to achieve their own Peak Personal Performance and to chase their true potential in life.