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Malcolm Arnold from Team GB and Ulla Koch from Team Germany win International Olympic Committee Coaches Lifetime Achievement Awards

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded British athletics coach Malcolm Arnold and Germany’s Ulla Koch with IOC Coaches Lifetime Achievement Awards in recognition of their exceptional work carried out with athletes throughout their careers.
The 2019 winners are athletics coach Malcolm Arnold from Great Britain and artistic gymnastic coach Ulla Koch from Germany. They received the award this evening (Friday, 17 January 2020), during a ceremony held at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, in the presence of IOC President Thomas Bach and members of the IOC Athletes’ and Athletes’ Entourage Commissions.
The IOC Coaches Lifetime Achievement Awards is an annual event honouring and recognising the work of coaches who have gone above and beyond to develop and nurture athletes in the spirit of Olympism.
The award is being delivered by the IOC Athletes’ Entourage Commission to celebrate one male and one female coach, active or retired, who harbour the qualities of a great coach, have participated in at least one edition of the Olympic Games and supported athletes on the road to their sporting dreams.

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