Aramark Ambassador, Natalya Coyle, Wins Gold for Ireland at the Pentathlon World Cup Event in Poland
Aramark’s Health and Wellness Ambassador, Natalya Coyle, has won gold for Ireland with her team partner Arthur Lanigan O'Keeffe, at the Modern Pentathlon World Cup yesterday. The pair beat Germany and Kazakhstan to claim first place. “Aramark is so proud of Natalya and her wonderful achievement!” Frank Gleeson, MD of Aramark Food Services, said.
“We are proud to back brilliance, determination and raw talent – which Natalya has an abundance of. Being a refined athlete to such a high standard at multiple sports takes long-term dedication and commitment – we are supporting Natalya all the way to the next Olympics and we are certain that she will keep doing Ireland proud. On behalf of everyone at Aramark Northern Europe, I’d like to congratulate Natalya and Arthur on winning gold at the modern pentathlon World Cup.”
Coyle tweeted her excitement after the event – “We did it!! GOLD!! Can't believe it! Dream team with Arthur Lanigan O'Keeffe."
Natalya was reappointed as Health & Wellness Ambassador last April with Aramark, the global provider of award-winning services in food, facilities management and property, working with the company to promote healthy lifestyle choices in workplaces across Ireland.
Coyle said each week she trains for 20-25 hours with around 4 swims, 4 runs, 3 fences, 4 shoots, 2 gyms and a horse-riding session. She also has regular physio and rehab work, and does on average 3-4 training sessions in any given day.
“Health and wellness is a top priority for our business and we are committed to building on our promise to get our workforce healthy.” Gleeson said. “Natalya’s lifestyle and ultra-competitive nature makes her the perfect role model and ambassador for Aramark. Pentathletes are some of the hardest working and dedicated athletes you’ll ever come across.” Aramark Northern Europe will be supporting Natalya Coyle at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.