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Today's factoid is about Judy Garland. On this day in 1992, the star of The Wizard of Oz (and a bunch of other stuff). While not exactly doing to do a deep dive of her career, I'm 41 and you couldn't not watch The Wizard of Oz when it came on TV once a year. Then in college, there's that thing about Pink Floyd or something. Never did that. Heard about it though. Judy Garland. Cool.
This first story is a hit piece. Skip it if you want.
Fresno State wrestling’s stripper party just part of sexual misconduct pattern, report finds – Fresno Bee
A failure to report is the basis for the three allegations against the Bulldogs’ coach in the investigative reports from Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo.
On Episode 663 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, the Dan Hodge Tribute Series comes to a finale as Jack Roller explains how and why he started bringing Dan Hodge to his tournaments and the impact Hodge had on thousands of wrestlers long after his competitive career was over.
Greater Spokane League goes outdoors to determine wrestling champions | High School Sports | khq.com
The Greater Spokane League usually fills the winner’s podium at the state wrestling tournaments. This year would have been no exception – except that the pandemic eliminated Mat Classic 2021.
Zbigniew Baranowski earned a first gold medal for the hosts on day two of United World Wrestling’s final Ranking Series event, the Poland Open, in Warsaw.
‘It’s a huge deal’: Pennsylvania girls wrestling champs recognized at the Capitol with high hopes of pushing the sport forward – pennlive.com
Eleven Pennsylvania girls’ state wrestling champions stood on the staircase in the Capitol rotunda Wednesday morning, flanked in photos by lawmakers who organized a day with the Senate and House of Representatives to recognize their achievements.
Aker AL-OBAIDI, an Iraqi-refugee currently living, working, and wrestling in Austria has been named to the IOC Refugee Team for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Venezuela wins two Junior Greco-Roman titles on day one of #WrestleOaxtepec | United World Wrestling
Venezuela’s Yonaiker MARTINEZ CRAVO (VEN) and Daniel BELLO VEGA (VEN) picked up Junior Greco-Roman titles at the Cadet and Junior Pan American Championships in Oaxtepec, Mexico, on Wednesday.
USA collects seven golds, three silvers at Cadet and Junior Pan Am Championships in Mexico – TheMat.com
The USA wrapped up day one of competition at the Cadet and Junior Pan American Championships on Thursday in Oaxtepec, Mexico, with 10 medals, including seven gold medals and three silver medals.
Purdue wrestling head coach Tony Ersland and crew bring you a summer update on the Always Aggressive Podcast, diving into the Boilermakers' results from the U23 Freestyle Championships, the announcement of the non-conference schedule and some info on the newest group of Boilermakers set to come on campus.
Long before he became White Bear Lake’s greatest wrestler, Donny Longendyke started dreaming about someday wearing the red, white and blue of Team USA.
Area college: Former Perry All-American Ryan Riggs named Mount Union wrestling head coach – The Repository
Ryan Riggs is coming home to coach one of NCAA Division III's top wrestling programs.
Director of Athletics John Sutyak has announced that Logan Meister '17 has been promoted to Head Men's Wrestling Coach at Ferrum College.
Diakomihalis takes gold, Gwiazdowski silver and McKenna and Jackson earn bronze as men’s freestyle concludes at the Poland Open – TheMat.com
The men’s freestylers closed out their tournament at the Poland Open this afternoon, collecting four more medals. Yianni Diakomihalis was the lone champion, taking gold at 65 kg.
A new episode of Heads Up – A USA Wrestling Coaches Council podcast featuring guest Kenny Monday is now available for streaming and download – TheMat.com
On this edition of Heads Up – A USA Wrestling Coaches Council podcast, Mike Clayton and Mike Hagerty sit down with the legendary Kenny Monday. A two-time NCAA runner-up and a 1984 NCAA champion for Oklahoma State, Monday went on to have one of the greatest freestyle careers in U.S. history, earning gold at the 1988 Olympics and the 1989 World Championships and silver at the 1992 Olympics and 1991 World Championships.
Tony Ramos made his mark on college wrestling as an intense and hardworking 133 lber for the Iowa Hawkeyes with three top-three (3,2,1) finishes at the NCAA championship.