This is the current issue of WIN — Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine — (Vol. 19, Issue No. 9), which was printed and mailed May 1, 2013
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• An in-depth feature on Bo Jordan, the four-time Ohio state champions from St. Paris Graham High School and the 2013 winner of the 2013 Junior Dan Hodge Trophy, presented annually by WIN and the AAU
• A comprehensive look at all four high school grade tournaments at the National High School Coaches Association Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va., especially a feature on Team Georgia that won seven individual championships. Other notable stories on the 24th annual event covered the “Flying Squirrel” by 138-pound junior champ Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer and the Massillon Perry (Ohio) team that saw six wrestlers medal, including top two sophomores at 106 pounds.
• Final high school rankings.
• WIN’s 2013 College Recruiting Rankings, led by Michigan and Missouri.
• Complete coverage of the 2013 ASICS U.S. Open, where 2012 Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs defeated Penn State’s David Taylor in freestyle; where two Greco champs returned after a three-year absence from the sport; and the reunion of the pioneer women who were the first to compete in international wrestling in 1989.
• Check out WIN’s self-help section .
EXCERPTS OF STORIES FROM VOLUME 19, NO. 9
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