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The 2019 USMC Junior/16U Nationals, otherwise known simply as “Fargo”, were historic for several reasons, including the fact that the six different tournaments — held July 14-19 in the Fargodome — drew over 5,000 wrestlers for the first time since the event arrived in North Dakota in 1996.

The latest issue, which was printed on Aug. 14, catches all the great moments that happened in Fargo and reminds fans that next year’s Junior/16U Nationals will mark the 50th year USA Wrestling establishing the annual retreat in the Dome..

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Here is a listing of the top stories that appeared in the recent issue of WIN.

Page 8 – THE GOLDEN ERA OF JUNIOR NATIONALS

As USA Wrestling prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the annual event that is now held in Fargo, how has the event evolved that started with these 1971 Junior National champs (above)?

Page 15 – CADET WORLDS RECAP

Marc-Anthony McGowan captured a gold medal in Sofia, Bulgaria, where five women’s freestylers also earned five of the seven total medals in three different styles.

Page 18 – JUNIOR NATIONALS RECAP

Among the three double winners was Anthony Echemendia who in less than a year left his native Cuba for the American dream; nine of 30 champs finally won titles in their final trip to Fargo.

Page 24 – 16U NATIONALS RECAP

Twin brothers Christian and Wilfried Tanefeu, who came to the U.S. from Cameroon four years ago, each won; under the booming voice of coach Stacey Davis, the state of Georgia enjoyed possibly its finest Fargo.

Page 28 – WOMEN’S FARGO RECAP

As Emily Shilson became the second woman to earn a sixth Fargo championship, the quiet native of Minnesota looks to become a spokesperson for the growing sport.

Page 35 – SEVEN MINUTES WITH DAVID CARR

Trackwrestling’s Kyle Klingman spent the length of a college match with the current Iowa State redshirt freshman, who hopes to give the Cyclones what his father Nate once accomplished in Ames.

Page 36 – RMN EVENTS FEATURE

In a short time, coach John Meyers has continued a dynasty of domination at Poway (Calif.) High School, where he has helped his wrestlers learn how to serve off the mat as well.

Plus columns by Dan Gable, Adeline Gray, Kyle Klingman, Rob Sherrill, Mike Chapman and Wayne Baughman.

– 44 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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