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Penn State has won the last four NCAA Division I team championships … and eight over the past nine years … but the University of Iowa program — winners of 23 all-time NCAA team titles — has been picked to edge the Nittany Lions in next March’s NCAA Championships according to WIN’s preseason rankings. WIN also ranks a Top 20 at each weight class as seven former champions return this winter, including Spencer Lee of Iowa and Anthony Cassar of Penn State..

The latest issue, which was printed on Sept. 11, also provides a preview of the 2019 UWW World Championships, which will be held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

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

Page 6 – VAN KLEY COLUMN – ARMY RANGER TOM BLOCK
Read the amazing story of former NCAA Div. II wrestler Tom Block who served as an Army Ranger, and the tragic night when he was confronted with a suicide bomber which changed his life.

Page 8 – TO OLYMPIC REDSHIRT … OR NOT
Some college wrestlers with Olympic aspirations have been taking a year off every four years, now the youthful success and unique road to Rio by Kyle Snyder and J’den Cox has led to earlier redshirt decisions.

Page 15 – WIN’S 2019-20 NCAA DIVISION I TEAM RANKS
Iowa returns all of its All-Americans from the last couple years and is ranked slightly ahead of Penn State in the pre-season rankings. Will it be a two-team collision course between those programs next March?

Page 17 – WIN’S 2019-20 INDIVIDUAL DIV. I RANKINGS
Of the 200 wrestlers ranked among the Top 20 in 10 weight classes, 50 former All-Americans and seven national champions return, including Nick Suriano and Seth Gross at 133 points.

Page 24 – 2019 WORLDS PREVIEW: MEN’S FREESTYLE
Eight of the wrestlers competing in Kazakhstan have competed in
previous Worlds, including four World champions like Jordan Burroughs, Kyle Dake, J’den Cox and Kyle Snyder.

Page 26 – WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY
The 2019 UWW Worlds marks the 46th time the U.S. has competed against the world’s best. Take a year-by-year look back at what teams produced the most champions and medalists.

Page 28 – 2019 WORLDS PREVIEW: GRECO-ROMAN
Adam Coon captured a silver medal in his first World tournament a year ago and now the former NCAA finalist from Michigan will be joined by five other teammates with Worlds experience.

Page 30 – 2019 WORLDS PREVIEW: WOMEN’S FREESTYLE
Adeline Gray will shoot to become the first American woman to win five World gold medals amongst a team that includes three other former medalists like Sarah Hildebrandt, Alli Ragan and Tamyra Mensah-Stock.

Page 32 – ROB SHERRILL – BEST OF THE BEST – SUMMER 2019 PREPS
Want to find out who put it on the line the most this summer against the best prep competition in the U.S., and won? See Rob Sherrill’s Summer RPI list for a breakdown of the top 5 per weight.

Page 35 – SANDY STEVENS COLUMN: EAST ST. LOUIS MENTORS
See how Mark Mestemacher and Mark Bullington are making a difference in kids’ lives in East St. Louis, on and off the mat, helping them to learn life skills that will put them on a path to success.

Page 37 – RMN EVENTS FEATURE
Larry Jackson is creating more than successful wrestlers in Rocky Mountain National tournaments in his leadership role with Hammer Time Wrestling Academy in Iowa.

Page 38 – SUPER HEROES UNITE
Marvel Entertainment, which has created countless comic-book stars, is joining up with Rocky Mountain Nationals to create even more competitive opportunities for young wrestlers.

Page 40 – TRACKWRESTLING: HELEN MAROULIS
The United States’ first woman Olympic wrestling champion talks to Andy Hamilton about how she has also found peace, despite tough injuries, in her pursuit of another gold medal.

Page 44 – BUSINESS OF WRESTLING: SHOTSLED
Joe McMullan and Rick Seidman created this unique training tool and business in Philadelphia to help young wrestlers learn how to complete takedown attempts.

Page 50 – FINN COLUMN – FREESTYLE: CONFUSING SCORING AT TIMES, BUT EXCITING – WIN Editor Mike Finn analyzes the process of World Team qualification matches between Zain Retheford and Yianni Diakomihalis that started at Final X, and ended in a special Labor Day weekend re-wrestling of Bout 2 from Final X. Freestyle sure is exciting!

– 52 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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