Peter Hadfield was, for ten consecutive years, Australia's champion in the highly demanding Decathlon.
He captained both the Australian and Oceania Track and Field teams and represented at two Olympic Games and two Commonwealth Games, winning a silver medal behind world record holder Daley Thompson. He was voted NSW Athlete of the Year on four occasions and is currently the President of the Olympians Club of NSW.
Peter's voice may be familiar – he has worked as a commentator at the past seven Olympics and seven Commonwealth Games.
Peter is a Bachelor of Economics and is the Executive Officer of the Centennial Parklands Foundation.
He has written a book - "How to Get Fit While You Watch Television", and assists a number of charity organisations including the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and the Australian Children’s Music Foundation.
He has been an Australia Day Ambassador for 17 years and was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in the Australia Day Honours in 2006.