Lord (Sebastian) Coe

Lord (Sebastian) Coe


Sebastian Coe’s experience spans sport, business and politics. Having set 12 world records during his career, the two time Olympic Gold medallist retired from competitive athletics in 1990. He went on to become a Conservative MP and Parliamentary Private Secretary to the then leader of the Tories, William Hague. More recently, Lord Coe led the winning bid for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and is now Chairman of the London Organising Committee for 2012.

Sebastian’s business book, The Winning Mind (working title), was published by Headline in 2009. His memoir, Running My Life was be published by Hodder to coincide with the Olympics and its aftermath.

Sebastian keeps 114K followers regularly updated via Twitter

Seb Coe @sebcoe

"jazz is such a part of my life"

Lord Seb Coe reveals how jazz has been instrumental during his life, even helping him win his first Olympic gold

Full interview: https://bit.ly/3eXlwld

Full Circle with Ruth Fisher, Saturday evenings from 1am

|@RuthYaelFisher @sebcoe|

Good to be back at the @GreenhouseSport Centre discussing with Beatrice the role of sport in giving every child a fair chance in life. In these unprecedented times, sport, exercise and physical activity for children has never been more important. #childrenneedsport

It was both a pleasure and inspirational - thank you @AngelaRuggiero 🙏

For my latest podcast, I was joined by Ice Hockey icon @AngelaRuggiero.
Find out how she went from Olympic gold medallist to successful businesswoman, her thoughts on women's sport, why athletes should be encouraged to advocate for social justice and more: https://bit.ly/3jGbSnH

Great performances, Great event, Great sport, Great team. Thank you Gdynia, ⁦@WorldAthletics⁩, the athletes and all the virtual runners who took part today👏👏👏👏 #WorldHalfMarathon

Huge congrats to Peres Jepchirchir and Gdynia - our first World Championship of the year and the added bonus of a world record 👏 #WorldHalfMarathon

.@sebcoe praises 'mental resilience' of athletes in 2020.

In episode 7 of my podcast, I spoke to CEO of ⁦@WorldRugby⁩, Brett Gosper, to see how the sport has been coping with Covid-19, what more needs to be done to support grassroots rugby, the growth potential of the women’s game & more. Listen to it here: https://bit.ly/2GIcKdI

George Gandy, my @lborouniversity coach, was an exceptional person and a world class coach - for both I owe him an inestimable gratitude. He has enhanced, and in many cases changed, the lives of so many young people, including mine. We have all suffered a grievous loss.

Mondo del mondo 👏👏👏 ⁦⁦@mondohoss600⁩ @goldengala_roma⁩ #DiamondLeague #worldathletics #polevault

As President of @WorldAthletics I am delighted to represent our sport in the Olympic Movement as an IOC Member. Thank you for all those that voted for our Federation today. 🙏 #WorldAthletics #IOCSession

Hard to believe 15 years ago today London won the Olympic and Paralympic bid . A huge Thankyou to the team that dared to dream 👏🙏#proud #presocialdistancing


Having women in all governance structures a key element of @WorldAthletics' reforms: @sebcoe

Read: http://toi.in/gbnlLY16/a24gk

“Nothing was more important than the key element in World Athletics reforms that recognises the importance of having women in all our governance structures,” says global #athletics chief @sebcoe


In episode five of @csm_worldwide's new podcast series, I was joined by the inspiring @RahaMoharrak, to discuss her ground-breaking journey to becoming the first Saudi woman to summit Mt. Everest. You can listen to the episode, here: https://apple.co/3dnUm4u 🎙️

“Today I lost one of my closest friends. He gave me my first big international break in athletics in 1979. He was a game changer in our sport, a proud family man and an effective and wise leader who helped generations of athletes fulfill their dreams. https://www.worldathletics.org/news/iaaf-news/svein-arne-hansen-obituary

In episode four of @csm_worldwide's podcast, I sat down with fellow @chelseafc devotee & @unilever CEO, @alanjope, to discuss their approach to the uncertain times Covid-19 has brought, when it comes to their employees, communities & product portfolio: https://apple.co/2UYUGjU

In episode 3 of my new podcast, I was joined by the man behind Britain’s cycling revolution, Sir Dave Brailsford, as we chatted through his storied career so far and looked at what changes Covid-19 might bring to elite level sport. Listen to it here: https://apple.co/3e6w3ZS 🎙️

In episode 2 of our podcast, recorded in early May, I was joined by the brilliant ⁦⁦⁦@dinaashersmith⁩. We discussed her rise to the top, coping with the postponement of #Tokyo2020 & her growing influence off the track. Listen to it here: https://apple.co/3dIIU4m 🎙️

In episode one of @csm_worldwide's new podcast series, which was recorded in early May, I sat down with Alejandro Agag, Chairman of @FIAFormulaE, to discover the fascinating story behind the creation of the all-electric racing series. Listen to it here: https://apple.co/3cMDBQ4