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March 9, 2017

OrangeCoach starts multisport platform

OrangeCoach, the global tennis coach career platform based in The Netherlands, is delighted to announce a new partner which see's the business take its first steps towards becoming a multi sport coach career platform. Bram Lomans, former Dutch international Field Hockey player who won gold at both the Atlanta and Sydney Olympic Games, joins a team of 3 high profile owners, who include top international Tennis Coach, and currently coach to Maria Sharapova, Sven Groeneveld. 


After retiring from international Field Hockey, where he played over 200 times for his country, scoring over 140 goals, Bram continued his successful sporting and commercial career working for ABNAMRO, PRISM (Trefpunt), Johan Cruyff Institute and more recently was part of the Singapore national Field Hockey coaching team.

OrangeCoach has been operating for 10 years and in 2015 increased its global reach with many international tennis federation partnerships. In 2016 the number of tennis coaches registered with OrangeCoach topped 25,000.

Bram joins the business with focus on OrangeCoach Field Hockey building the same global profile as OrangeCoach Tennis, becoming the world's first coach career platform dedicated to Field Hockey coaches.

Bram: "I am delighted to join OrangeCoach and to build the Field Hockey business alongside the established Tennis business. I have always been very interested in the world of coaching. I am looking forward to add my experience to help coaches to get the best out of their career."

Sven Groeneveld commented, "OrangeCoach is celebrating its 10th year this year it has always been our goal to grow into a multisport platform. Bram was one of the world's best hockey players of his time and is very well connected and respected and we are excited about Field Hockey becoming the first sport of many that we add to the OrangeCoach stable."

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