USOC Coach of the Year

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The USOC Coach of the Year awards are given annually by the United States Olympic Committee to the top coaches in Olympic and Paralympic sports. One award is given in each of five categories:

  • National Coach
  • Developmental Coach
  • Paralympic Coach
  • Volunteer Coach
  • Doc Councilman Science Award

Nominees for the awards are selected by the national governing bodies for Olympic, Paralympic, and Pan American Games sports and their affiliated sports organizations. Members of the media vote for the top five nominees in each category. Category winners are then selected by a special USOC panel.

USOC National Coach of the Year winners[edit]

USOC Developmental Coach of the Year winners[edit]

USOC Paralympic Coach of the Year winners[edit]

USOC Volunteer Coach of the Year winners[edit]

Doc Councilman Science Award winners[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "U.S. Olympic Committee Announces Winners For 2017 Team USA Awards Presented By Dow, Best Of The Year". United States Olympic Committee. 29 November 2017. Retrieved 21 July 2018.

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