Black Gymnasts in History 2018: Olympic Coaches

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Alan Hatch has travelled the world as a coach for several other countries and has instructed a long list of champion athletes on many levels. The journey that brought Annia Hatch to the U.S. National Team, World Championships, and then onto Olympic success after suffering a massive knees injury was masterful indeed!

Miles Avery was Paul Hamm’s coach during the Athens Olympics in 2004. Who can forget Paul Hamm’s stunning rise to all-around gold after a fall on his fourth event?!

One must remember that the coaches spend the same amount of hours in a gym as their athletes. Miles and Alan continue to serve our sport as great coaches, and we salute Miles Avery and Alan Hatch today for Black Gymnasts in History.

Read more about Miles here: http://coachmilesavery.com/COACH_MILES_AVERY/COACH_MILES_AVERY.html

See a behind-the-scenes video with Alan here.

Wendy

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