Kramer Whitelaw works as a deckhand with McAllister Towing in the Baltimore Harbor. In March, Merchant Vessel Dali slammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing it to collapse and close marine traffic in one of the busiest ports in the country. Whitelaw, a former wrestler at George Mason University and McDonogh School in Maryland and a current assistant high school wrestling coach, was part of the clean up crew and talks about the experience from a work perspective, from a perspective of being a former wrestler and as that of a Baltimore native. 

Whitelaw is still actively involved in the sport as a coach, but given his role with the company, he’s had to step back some, but still finds time to coach with former high school teammate Brynn Holmes at Gilman School and this week, is on the U20 Pan Am coaching staff for Team USA in Peru.

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Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 754 – Recorded July 3, 2024

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