Alan Brahmst

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Alan Brahmst
Personal information
Born September 27, 1965 (1965-09-27) (age 49)
Hamburg, Germany

Alan Brahmst (born September 27, 1965 in Hamburg, Germany) is a former international and Olympic field hockey player from Canada.[1]

Brahmst was national coach from 2008–2010 and coached at the 2008 Beijing Olympics (assistant) and 2010 World Cup in Delhi (head coach)

Brahmst is a strategy & high performance consultant

International senior competitions[edit]

  • 1986 – World Cup, London (10th)
  • 1991 – Indoor World Cup, Glasgow (4th)
  • 1993 – Intercontinental Cup, Poznan (7th)
  • 1995 – Pan American Games, Mar del Plata (2nd)
  • 1996 – Olympic Qualifier, Barcelona (6th)
  • 1996 – World Cup Preliminary, Sardinia (2nd)
  • 1997 – World Cup Qualifier, Kuala Lumpur (5th)
  • 1998 – World Cup, Utrecht (8th)
  • 1999 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, Kuala Lumpur (4th)
  • 1999 – Pan American Games, Winnipeg (1st)
  • 2000 – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, Kuala Lumpur (7th)
  • 2000 – Americas Cup, Cuba (2nd)
  • 2000 – Olympic Games, Sydney (10th)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alan Brahmst". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 

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