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After repeatedly flirting with a spot on the Greco national team over the past several years, Gopher alum Pat Smith broke through this weekend in Las Vegas, winning the 71-kilogram title to earn a spot...

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Hayden Zillmer took runner up at the Greco-Roman World Team Trials in Las Vegas, which was not a qualifying finish, and decided to switch it up and move to freestyle. Hayden competed well in the...

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BY RICHARD IMMEL, USA WRESTLING | MAY 26, 2017, 9:44 A.M. (ET) Joe Russell has been hired as Manager of Freestyle Programs by USA Wresting, the national governing body for wrestling in the United States....

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Mark Perry on his move back to Iowa City

May 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

By: Sean Mael   57kg Registration List:   Thomas Gilman, Hawkeye Wrestling Club Skyler Petry, Minnesota Storm Joshua Portillo, Jackrabbit Wrestling Club Justin Portillo, Jackrabbit Wrestling Club   Thoughts: There are several small brackets in...

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2017 Beat the Streets Press Conference

May 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Press conference for the 2017 Beat the Streets Benefit held at the New York Athletic Club, May 16. Featured speakers include Beat the Streets Executive Director Brendan Buckley, Chairman of Beat the Streets Mike Novogratz,...

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Eric Thompson Returns to NLWC

May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Cael Sanderson has added another national champion to his room, as Eric Thompson will be returning to State College, Pennsylvania this time to coach the Nittany Lion Wrestling Club (NLWC) at Penn State University. A...

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Robby Smith Reflects on World Team Trials

May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Last week IAwrestle was first to report that there were rumblings within the wrestling community that the University of Illinois Associate Head Coach Mark Perry and Iowa were in discussions to bring the former Hawkeye...

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LAS VEGAS – The last four Greco-Roman World Team spots were filled Saturday night at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas. All four competitors made their first U.S. Senior World Team in an exciting...

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. – 2016 Olympic champion Helen Maroulis flashed the high-octane offense and technical skills that made her the first U.S. woman to win an Olympic wrestling gold medal on her way to a...

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Cover photo Tony Rotundo – WrestlersAreWarriors.com LAS VEGAS – The rematch two years in the making more than lived up to expectations. Olympic champion and three-time World champion Jordan Burroughs was pushed to the brink...

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(Cover photo: Tony Rotundo – Wrestlers Are Warriors) By United World Wrestling Press United World Wrestling today announced several improvements to the sport of wrestling. The changes were highlighted by an increase in the number...

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