WIN’s Special June Issue is NOW AVAILABLE – (Plus WIN Archives back to 2011 Inside WIN’s Digital Subscription)
The death of George Floyd in May made society take a strong look at the ills of racism and WIN Magazine made this fight its lead story in the WIN Magazine’s Special June digital issue that is free to wrestling fans.
Page 8 – WRESTLING RACISM OVER THE YEARS
From Bobby Douglas, who lived the racial protests of the 1968 Olympics, to Nate Jackson, the Princeton assistant who started the Black Wrestling Association, many in the sport battle this form of discrimination.
Page 10 – WRESTLING WITH COVID-19
As the pandemic moves into its fourth month, wrestling deals with the loss of income from canceled summer camps and considers pushing back the start of the next college season to January.
Page 18 – NWCA ACADEMIC HONOREES
Drexel, Maryville, Case Western Reserve, Embry Riddle, The University of The Cumberlands and Adrian College head up the 2020 National Wrestling Coaches Association’s Academic honors in each division.
Page 24 – WIN’S FINAL COLLEGE RECRUITING RANKINGS
Oklahoma State retained the No. 1 rating the Cowboy program first earned last November, but got a strong push from Nebraska who loaded up on talent that looks to give the Huskers a bright future as well.
Page 28 – ASICS ALL-AMERICANS
The 2020 team includes Junior Hodge winner Keegan O’Toole of Wisconsin, Junior Schalles Award winner Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota and a trio of wrestlers from top-ranked Wyoming Seminary.
Page 30 – BUSINESS FEATURE: DAVE MILLS VIDEOS
In the past 20 years, Dave Mills of Grand Rapids, Mich., has produced numerous teaching videos, including the highly-popular “Youth Wrestling by the Numbers 1,2,3”.
Page 31 – CONNECTED THROUGH COACHING
Former Maryland coach Kerry McCoy has found a new chapter in his life by working with many high school wrestlers around the country and will also head the California Regional Training Center.
Page 32 – REMEMBERING DAN MCCOOL
The former well-known wrestling writer from the Des Moines Register, who passed away in May, gave his heart to the sport that also earned him national honors.
Page 33 – TRACKWRESTLING’S ‘WRESTLING TIME’
Andy Hamilton takes a look at what high school wrestling could look like as states like Pennsylvania consider dropping the number of weight classes this upcoming winter.
Page 34 – RMN EVENTS FEATURE
Beau Bartlett, the four-time National Preps champion and future Penn State star, certainly made the most of his family’s move from Arizona to Wyoming Seminary in Pennsylvania.
Page 35 – LOOKING BACK AT THE 2020 NCAA QUALIFIERS
College wrestling may have come to an abrupt end because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but many of the 330 national qualifiers had big moments at the seven conference championships.
Plus columns by Bryan Van Kley, Dan Gable, Wayne Baughman, Ben Peterson, Adeline Gray, John Klessinger, Rob Sherrill and Mike Finn.
44 Oversized Pages – Enjoy!