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Newly crowned Olympic champion Tamyra MENSAH STOCK (USA) used part of her bonuses from winning the gold medal in Tokyo to outfit her mother, an expert cook, with a flashy, fully furnished food truck.
United World Wrestling’s IT and Development Departments launched three new programmes on UWW Academy, the official educational learning platform for coaches, referees and athletes.
Welcome to a new recurring feature from InterMat as we lead into the 2021-22 collegiate season. We are about 50 days away from the start of the new season, so what better way to ring in the new year than to use that time to count down the top-50 current collegiate wrestlers. Each day a new wrestler will be released.
Lexie Cole left a lasting impact on the Kearney girls wrestling program.
Shakopee and Inver Grove Heights Simley won their third straight dual state titles. Kimball snapped Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Browerville’s two-year title streak.
A dive into Fresno State's decision to drop wrestling just four years after the Bulldogs returned to the mat and the ongoing fight to revive the program.
The inaugural class of club sports at the University of Indianapolis will include Dance, Cheer, women’s Wrestling, coed Water Polo, coed Ultimate Frisbee, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s Powerlifting, men’s and women’s Bowling, and men’s Volleyball.
The return of fans, three long road trips for duals, a major national tournament, and a packed home schedule highlight the 2021-22 Lehigh wrestling schedule.
On Friday, September 24, 2021, Bo Nickal is scheduled to make his mixed martial arts debut at the Pensacola Bay Center. The former Penn State Nittany Lion three-time national champion wrestler will enter the cage for the first time against fellow middleweight, David Conley (1-0).
Months after social media allegations swirled and an investigation began in Kearney, the Clay County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged Kearney teacher Bryant Hummel with misdemeanor sexual misconduct.
It was the summer of 2006. Coach Chris Ayres left his comfortable assistant coaching job at perennial powerhouse Lehigh to become the head coach at Princeton.
Zain Retherford is a 3x NCAA champion for Penn State, 2x Hodge Trophy winner and a 2x National Team member. He’s one of the most dominant college wrestlers of all time. Now, he’s focused on making the 2022 World Team.
When Randon Miranda (60 kg, Rise, 5PM #4) earned silver on Saturday, he became the first United States athlete to garner two Thor Masters medals. Miranda, 24, also finished with a silver at the 2018 edition of the Scandinavian mega-event, which was only one part of his overall impressive run that season.
Rutgers wrestling added another in-state foe to its 2021-22 home schedule, as the Scarlet Knights host Rider on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022 at the RAC.
Northern Illinois University wrestling head coach Ryan Ludwig's contract has been extended through the 2024-25 season, NIU associate vice president/director of athletics Sean T. Frazier announced Monday.
Duke wrestling head coach Glen Lanham has announced the release of the 2021-22 Duke wrestling schedule. The Blue Devils will compete across five months, six states and the District of Columbia in a full season of action.
Maverick Wrestling Announces Second Generation of Willie Gadson Wrestlers – Northwest Kansas Technical College
Northwest Tech Wrestling is proud to announce the second generation of Willie Gadson Wrestlers. “It doesn't get any more special than to have these young men be a part of the Gadson Legacy coaching system,” commented Coach Guillot.