Terry Weatherall (NIR)
|Date of birth:||1922-02-25|
|Date of death:||2014-05-30|
|School(s):||University of Western Ontario|
Thomas Lee Weatherall... was a member of the British Army during World War II (with a tour of North Africa, Italy and Greece in 1944)... he was 92 years old when he passed away on 30 May 2014 in Toronto... worked as an English and Physical Education teacher at Ashbury College in Ottawa... was a serviceman with the Canadian Armed Forces... was a art collector and dealer, specialising in 18th and 19th century paintings... helped establish both a National Coaching Plan and a National Standards Plan for the Canadian Soccer Football Association in 1965 (he undertook the survey during his vacation from Camp Borden)... as noted in his obituary, “in his late eighties, he had the fitness and strength of someone twenty years younger”...
was a European amateur boxing champion...
coached at the elite level in gymnastics, soccer, fencing and athletics... earned his FA Senior Coaching Award in 1958... was a boxing coach for the Canadian team that attended the 1964 Olympics in Japan... served as coach and helped Canada finish fourth at the V Pan American Games Winnipeg 1967...
|End Date||Team||Coach||National Team Project||Role|
|1967-08-04||CAN OLY||Terry Weatherall||[1967-07] Pan American Games Winnipeg 1967||Head Coach|
|1967-06-25||CAN OLY||Terry Weatherall||[1967-06] Olympic Qualifying||Head Coach|
|1967-06-13||CAN OLY||Terry Weatherall||[1967-06] Olympic preparations in Winnipeg||Head Coach|
|1967-05-22||CAN OLY||Terry Weatherall||[1967-05] Olympic team selection camp||Head Coach|