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Alice Coachman

Alice Marie Coachman (born November 9, 1923) is an American former athlete. She specialized in High Jump, and was the first black woman to win an Olympic Gold medal.

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Today's is featuring one of Albany's own, Alice Coachman. In the days following this article, Alice Coachman...
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In 1948, Alice Coachman became the first female African-American to win an Olympic Gold medal.…
Alice Marie Coachman specialized in High Jump and was the first black woman to win an Olympic Gold medal.…
Alice Coachman made history at the 1948 Olympic Games, becoming the first black woman to win an Olympic medal
Alice Coachman, a star track and field athlete at Tuskegee Institute, became the first black woman to win Olympic Gold🥇
Alice Coachman wins the Olympic Gold medal in the High Jump during the 1948 Summer Games in London. https:…
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Alice Coachman was truly the QUEEN OF THE TRACK in the 1948 Olympics in London
Alice Coachman, first black woman to win gold medal, starred at in 1940s
Alice Coachman. First black woman to win an Olympic medal.
Women History Month. Alice Coachman was the first African American Woman to win a Gold Medal
In 1952, Track & Field star Alice Coachman became the 1st black woman to endorse an international product - Coca-Cola
One of ten children, Georgia born Alice Coachman shaped history in the 1948 Olympic games in London.…
Alice Coachman, 90, Dies; First Black Woman to Win Olympic Gold: Coachman captured the High Jump for the Unite...
The first African American to win an Olympic Gold medal has died - Alice Coachman won for High Jump in 1948. She was 90.
"RIP Alice Coachman, first black woman/Olympic Gold medalist:
I am saddened to learn that Alice Coachman, the first Black woman to win a gold medal at the Olympic Games (London 1…
Alice Coachman, -- first black woman won Olympic Gold medal for High Jump for the United States, 1948 London Games, died on Monday at 90.
Alice Coachman, a High Jumper from Albany, Ga., clears the bar with an Olympic-record-breaking leap
I love Alice Coachman and all the kids that go there ;( Honor Roll Polo TJ BABY Terrificcc Go Blaky Travis Malone
It seem like yesterday we were at Alice Coachman field days, honors day, Friday folders, playing for the school basketball team, weekly spelling test, name on the board for talking, teacher calling home, etc. Juwan Greene has grown to be a nice young man and he will b a SENIOR at Westover High!!! Class of 2015! Lets stay focus and git it!!! LOVE U man!
Here is an updated list from WALB on school closures as of Noon today: Tuesday, January 28th: Albany Technical College - CLOSED at 4 PM Early County Schools - CLOSE at 1:00PM GA Southwestern- CLOSED AFTER 12:15PM Pataula Academy - CLOSED at 1:00PM Troy University will CLOSE at 5:00PM Albany and Lee County YMCA - close at 6:30 p.m. The YMCA 21st CCLC after school program will be canceled for Tuesday, January 28 at Alice Coachman and Live Oak Elementary Schools. Parents should make arrangements for their children to ride their regular school day bus at 2:15 PM or be picked up in car pick-up. Wednesday, January 29th: ABAC - CLOSED Albany Technical College - CLOSED (Faculty and staff report at 10AM) Baker County Schools - CLOSED Ben Hill County Schools - CLOSED Brookwood School Thomasville - CLOSED Calhoun County Schools - CLOSED Colquitt County schools - CLOSED Coffee County Schools - CLOSED Community Christian Adel - CLOSED Crisp Academy - CLOSED Crisp County Schools - CLOSED Darton College (Cordele Campus) ...
Wow...MS Alice Coachman you really did your THING back in the day, 1948 Olympics You brought home the GOLD. R.I.P.
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