Coaching Association of Canada

Geoff Gowan Award

Recognizing lifetime contribution to coaching development

The Geoff Gowan Award was created in 1996 to honour former Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) president Geoffrey Gowan, CM, PhD. The award recognizes lifetime contribution to coaching development. It is awarded to a coach who has presented a positive public image of coaching and enhanced the role of the coach with the Canadian public.


Winners of the Geoff Gowan Award

The CAC is pleased to honour these outstanding coaches who have made significant contributions to coaching and coaching development over the years. These coaches are role models for future generations of coaches and the CAC is pleased to recognize them.

2016 Award Recipient

Glenn Hoag

2015 Award Recipient

Dr. John Hogg

2014 Award Recipient

Robert (Bob) Kierstead

2013 Award Recipient

Dennis Marineau
Hiroshi Nakamura

2012 Award Recipient

Gagnants

Victor Zilberman
David Hart

Hounorable Mentions

Manon Perron
Hiroshi Nakamura
Dennis Marineau

2001 Award Recipient

Allison McNeill
Eric Broom Ph. D.

2010 Award Recipient 

Dr. Dru Marshall: Field hockey
Lyle Sanderson: Athletics

2009 Award Recipient 

Tim Frick: Wheelchair basketball
Keith Russell: Gymnastics

2008 Award Recipient 

Douglas Leigh: Figure skating

2007 Award Recipient 

Andy Higgins: Decathlon

2006 Award Recipient 

Clare Drake: Hockey

2005 Award Recipient 

Charles Cardinal: Volleyball

2004 Award Recipient 

Donald Dion: Diving

2003 Award Recipient 

Marilyn Savage: Gymnastics

2002 Award Recipient 

Al Morrow: Rowing

2000 Award Recipient 

Doug Clement: Athletics

1999 Award Recipient 

Jack Donohue: Basketball

1996 Récipiendaire du prix 1996

Geoff Gowan: Athletics