Jon Urbanchek: A Coach Deserving Of High Olympic Honour Beyond The Motive Games

Jon Urbanchek (and with Jack Roach, bottom right), courtesy John Dussliere and the coaches

Editorial He was something of a footnote at the end of a long press release from the International Olympic Committee waking up to the idea that coaches count after having failed for decades to recognise the work of those who help get the athletes to the start in the kind of shape it takes if…

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Editorial He was something of a footnote at the end of a long press release from the International Olympic Committee waking up to the idea that coaches count after having failed for decades to recognise the work of those who help get the athletes to the start in the kind of shape it takes if… […]

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