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Ian Goldsmith, creator of the interlude dance, and Greg Halsor, an All-American wrestler from Wartburg, will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, August 24.
“On the Mat” is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at www.kcnzam.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan.
An archive of the show can be found on www.themat.tv.
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Goldsmith is a senior theater and psychology major at the University of Northern Iowa. He created the interlude dance, which has received national recognition.
Halsor has spent over 20 years in the grappling arts. Growing up wrestling in Iowa, he was a state champion for Cedar Falls High School in 1993 and an All-American at Wartburg in 1997.
Halsor began teaching Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in the Cedar Valley in 2000. He is the only Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brown Belt in Northeast Iowa, one of the highest ranking practitioners in the state.