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Jason Kraisser Finds Home at Iowa State | Rokfin
It certainly did not take long for former Campbell wrestler Jason Kraisser to find a new home as today both the wrestler and the program announced he would be transferring to Iowa State.
Azerbaijan Stuns with 3 Wrestlers in Finals at #WrestleUfa | United World Wrestling
Two former world medalists were leading their nation's junior teams in Ufa but it was Jabrayil HASANOV's Azerbaijan that came out on top with three wrestlers reaching the final on the first day of the Junior World Championships Monday.
#260 Matt Ghaffari – 4x World Medalist | Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast
Matt Ghaffari is America’s most decorated greco wrestler of all time. He was a 4x world medalist, earning a silver medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, where he fell to Russian great Alexander Karelin in overtime. Today Matt is in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. In this episode, Matt shares story after story about his rise to wrestling greatness, battling with Karelin and a wild trip to Siberia in 1995.
SOU wrestler Hunter Roberson passes away at 23 – Southern Oregon University Athletics
The Southern Oregon University athletics community is mourning the tragic loss of Hunter Roberson, a member of the Raider men's wrestling team who passed away unexpectedly on Sunday morning. He was 23.
The Purdue perspective on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games | Mat Talk Podcast Network
Purdue wrestling head coach Tony Ersland, Tanner Lipsett and Cory Palm are back, opening the 2021-22 academic year with Season Three of the Always Aggressive Podcast. The guys take a deep dive into the 2021 Olympic wrestling performance in Tokyo, honoring the many successful efforts by the Americans and several of the other individuals around the sport that made their achievements possible.
Core programme of 10 disciplines announced 2023 and 2025 ANOC World Beach Games – Inside The Games
Open water swimming over five kilometres, beach water polo, beach soccer, beach handball, individual kata karate, kite foil, beach tennis, aquathlon – a triathlon discipline comprised of running and swimming – 4×4 beach volleyball and beach wrestling are the core disciplines on the programme.
Gable Steveson Confirms He'll Be At WWE SummerSlam, Says He'd Be A ‘Paul Heyman Guy' If He Signed With WWE – Wrestlezone
Gable Steveson, the reigning NCAA Division I national champion, has been the talk of the combat sports world since he won an Olympic gold medal in the men’s freestyle 125kg wrestling final.
Northwestern wrestling looks forward to summer season – Daily Northwestern
Going into the 2021 season, things looked bleak for Northwestern after losing top wrestler and two-time Big Ten champion Sebastian Rivera to Rutgers while preparing for a shortened season due to COVID-19.
Amos advances to Junior World finals, Bartlett to wrestle for bronze and two others pulled into repechage – TheMat.com
USA’s 97 kg men’s freestyle representative Braxton Amos secured a spot in the 2021 Junior World finals after a successful two sessions on Monday in Ufa, Russia.
Tyler Smith Returns to Bucknell as Volunteer Wrestling Coach – Bucknell University Athletics
Four-time NCAA qualifier Tyler Smith has returned to Bucknell as a volunteer assistant coach, head wrestling coach Dan Wirnsberger announced Monday.
InterMat Wrestling – A New Chapter in Pac-12 Wrestling
A few days into June, with the summer ahead of us, the Pac-12 Conference front office announced a set of policy changes that sent waves through the collegiate wrestling landscape.