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WIN Magazine’s January issue now available
The calendar has changed to January and the latest issue of Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine, printed Jan. 16, 2020, is now available.
The next year will indeed be a special one, especially in March when Minneapolis and the U.S. Bank Stadium plays host to the NCAA Div. I Nationals where Iowa and Penn State are expected to enjoy the most success.
And two weeks later, the 2020 Olympic Trials will be held in State College, Pa., where several current college stars will challenge for a spot on the Tokyo Olympic Team.
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This current issues tackles several of these subjects. The following is a list of some of the stories and columns in this issue:
• PG 7 – Dan Gable talks about how wrestling freestyle and folkstyle helps wrestlers.
• PG 8 – David Taylor shares his three front-runners for the 2020 Hodge and why people shouldn’t count Penn State out of the 2020 team race.
• PG 11 — Adeline Gray highlights the last decade of U.S. Wrestling
• PG 12 — Technique analysis by USA Wrestling staff
• PG 13 — Foundational Golden Rules of Technique by coach John Klessinger
• PG 14 — Training Tips by Wrestling-Specific Strength Trainer Zach Even-Esh
• PG 16 — 2020 ASICS Race for the Dan Hodge Trophy Update – Whose stats are best at the mid-way point?
• PG 17 — WIN’s Jan. 13 College Rankings by Cliff Keen
• PG 21 — Sandy Stevens’ amazing story on how paralysis can’t even slow a former Alaska wrestler down in life.
• PG 22, 24 — Features on strong showings by Iowa, Stanford at the Midlands and South Scuffle
• PG 26 – Wrestling historian Mike Chapman shares history of UNI’s West Gym
• PG 27 — Wayne Baughman Column – Don’t count out folkstyle over freestyle.
• PG 28 — Hildebrandts: The New Wrestlng Family – The interesting new world of families with sons/daughters — like Drew and Sarah Hildebrandt — pursuing life-long wrestling dreams simultaneously at different levels.
• PG 30 — Who’s the Hottest High School Wrestler in the Nation? There’s no contest this year, check out this columnist Rob Sherrill’s look at this prep’s amazing December run. Updates on the Ironman, Doc B, Powerade, Beast, and Clash
• PG 32 — WIN’s Jan. 13 High School Rankings by EZ Flex
• PG 36 — Senior Nationals Highlights & Recap – Everyone’s Olympic dream/path is different leading into Olympic Trials
• PG 41 — High School Girls Wrestler Nikki Moore of Kansas talks about what the sport means to her
• PG 42 — NWCA Multi-Division National Duals Coverage – photographer Tim Tushla captured action from many championship duals where St. Cloud State, Wartburg, Grand View, Nassau CC, Menlo and McKendree won titles at six different divisions.
• PG 46 — Feature on Iowa’s Northwestern College (NAIA), great academic/wrestling collegiate option
• PG 54 — Editor Mike Finn: What U.S. wrestler might shock the world in the next decade like Rulon Gardner and Jordan Burroughs did in the last decade?
– 56 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!