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The current printed and digital issue of WIN — Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine —  (Vol. 23, Issue No. 12), is now available digitally and the printed edition has been sent to WIN Magazine subscribers.
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What’s Inside Current Issue:

• Page 7 — DAN GABLE EXAMINES WRESTLERS IN BUSINESS NETWORK — The legendary wrestler and coach believes wrestling can become the symbol of sports for Americans and believes the Wrestlers In Business Network can turn ideas into action for the sport’s newest fans and programs.
• Page 8 — JORDAN BURROUGHS COLUMN; MAKE MOST OF OPPORTUNITIES — The World and Olympic champion looks back at his career, when few expected much out of him but turned that doubt into national and World titles because he learned how to finish what he started when it came to his own expectations.
• Page 14 — Hi TECH PRODUCT CLEARS THE AIR — Ray Robison talks about his creation that helps eliminate the molecules associated with sicknesses and skin infections. The machines can be put in wrestling rooms/locker rooms or homes.
• Page 16 — WIN’S 2017-18 HIGH SCHOOL PRESEASON RANKINGS, PRESENTED BY EZ FLEX — Ten different states have produced the top-ranked prep wrestlers at the 14 different weight classes, led by Illinois with a trio of No. 1s and both Minnesota and Pennsylvania with two top-ranked stars
• Page 24 — CADET WORLD CHAMPS STILL HOMETOWN HEROES — The USA produced five high school wrestlers who all won Cadet World championships in September. Now, this quintet must balance home-cooking and future international goals.
• Page 26 — HISTORY RETURNS TO NWCA ALL-STAR CLASSIC — Princeton’s Jadwin Gym is considered the oldest wrestling arena in New Jersey and Chris Ayres believes the NWCA All-Star Classic in November will be historic, including first-ever meetings between top female wrestlers.
• Page 28 — RMN EVENTS OUT WEST SPOTLIIGHT: TAYLOR LAMONT — Four-time Utah state champion Taylor Lamont is eager to share with the younger generation his love of wrestling that the Cadet World medalist and his brother learned while wrestling for their father.
• Page 30 — THE RIGHT FIT; CONNECTING NEW PROGRAMS WITH TALENTED COACHES — College wrestling is growing so fast on the non-Division I level that the National Wrestling Coaches Association spends almost as much time finding the right coach as they do helping in start the program. Hear the story behind Div. II Queens and coach Ken Chertow in North Carolina.
• Page 40 — DOUBLE DUTY AT WARNER PACIFIC — Head coach and interim athletic director Frank Johnson said a big part of his men’s AND women’s programs in Portland, Ore., is a sense of community.

48 Oversized Pages of Content….Enjoy.

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