Women’s World Championships Preview this week on Takedown TV

Published On August 15, 2017 | By Tony Hager | Takedown Wrestling TV, Television, Wrestling News

This week on Takedown TV:
– USA Wrestling’s Gary Abbott caught up with Olympian Haley Augello and her teammates at the OTC.
– Four-time World Champion, and longtime Oklahoma State Head Coach, John Smith has a long and storied history with the men’s freestyle program, and is hoping to help the women capture their second World team title in Paris.
– Olympic Gold Medalist Jordan Burroughs, New Jersey Native, stopped by the Buffalo Bills training camp last week to talk about the secrets to success, and what it takes to be the best in the world.
– The three-time All-American and Iowa Associate Head Coach, Terry Brands met with the media just prior to their departure for France.
– USA Wrestling and a number of leading wrestling organizations have submitted a proposal, which seeks to grant women’s wrestling emerging sport status in the NCAA.
– From the Virginia Tech athletic department, here’s the heartwarming story of a little girl named Harper Potter and her favorite Hokie heavyweight, Ty Walz.

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