The RUDIS Podcast #133: What the 2021 Games Means for Wrestling

by | Mar 25, 2020 | The Rudis Podcast | 0 comments

On this episode of the RUDIS Wrestling Podcast, Matt Dernlan and Jason Bryant react to the Summer Games being delayed to 2021. The two discuss the global impact of a sports-less 2020 summer, what the postponement means for the sport of wrestling, and what the future landscape looks like for athletes.

Show Notes
Show Intro 0:00
Postponement of 2020 Games
11:42 Oly-Redshirt Eligibility
21:09 Benefits to the Games in 2021
25:05 RTCs Impact on Training Opportunity
27:06 Where Will Athletes Train?
28:50 Logistics + Global Impact of Delay
33:05 What Will Happen With NCAA Wrestling?
39:02 Why a Final Decision About NCAA Eligibility is Important
41:25 Details About Our Exclusive Interview with Cary Kolat

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