Inspire, Dream, Pursue

Olympians Nicole Grether and Charmaine Reid inspire children to be active, to set goals, to live their dreams and pursue a healthy lifestyle through an engaging in-school demonstration and workshop.

Nicole Grether and Charmaine Reid are Olympic athletes and have spent the last 20 years travelling the world playing competitive badminton at the highest level. Participating in the Olympic Games, World Championships, European Championship, Commonwealth Games and Pan American Games.

For the past 5 years Nicole and Charmaine have designed and developed a highly motivational and engaging fitness and goal setting program for school children called the “S’COOL MISSION”


This 45-90 minute interactive experience features:

Motivational speech goal setting and achievement, making the right choices, our Olympic experience and importance of staying physically active.

High level badminton demonstration

Play with an Olympian, interaction on court with 2 Olympic athletes

Questions and answers period

Autograph cards and photo opportunity

The way Nicole and Charmaine interacted with the students was perfect, we really appreciated the quality of your work and the enthusiasm which you brought to the demonstrations. We would be delighted to have you back in the future.

Zurich International School

Charmaine Reid grew up playing many sports including badminton in her backyard with her family.  Over the years Charmaine’s hard work and determination to reach the highest level paid off when she walked into the Opening Ceremony at the 2004 Olympic Games.

Charmaine has competed in 57 countries and earned medals in over 100 International Tournaments, winning 30 International titles.

Nicole Grether

Nicole Grether started playing badminton when she was 8 years old. Her PE teacher noticed her talents and asked her to join the team. 10 years later Nicole moved to the National training centre where practise and perseverance made her a top international badminton player.

Nicole competed 2 times at the Olympic Games, the first time at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia and 2004 in Athens Greece. She reached the round of 16’s both times.


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