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USA Wrestling has just come off one of its more exciting periods last month when Piscataway, N.J., and Lincoln, Neb., played host to a pair of Final X events that will eventually send 30 wrestlers to the UWW World Championships this September in Kazakhstan.

WIN Magazine was at both of these Best-of-3 events and is thrilled to share many of the great stories that happened in men’s freestyle, Greco-Roman and women’s freestyle.

The latest issue, which was printed on June 28, also provided coverage of the AAU Scholastic “Disney” Duals and a preview of the upcoming Junior/Cadet Nationals in Fargo, N.D., this July.

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

PG 8 – AAU DISNEY DUALS
Check out what individuals led their high school or all-star teams to success at the 2019 Scholastic Duals, which were held in Orlando, Fla, for an entire week in June.

PG 12 – JORDAN BURROUGHS COLUMN
Find out in his own words … what happened between Match 2 and Match 3 in Final X that helped Burroughs make a 9th straight World/Olympic team at the deepest weight in the U.S.

PG 18 – SHERRILL FARGO FINALISTS PREDICTIONS/ASICS HS AA TEAMS
The USA Wrestling Junior and Cadet Nationals are just around the corner in July. See who WIN High School Columnist Rob Sherrill predicts will make the finals. And who the top preps are in the U.S. who made ASICS’ High School All-American Teams.

PG 21 – FINAL X — MEN’S FREESTYLE
With multiple World/Olympic medal winners like Jordan Burroughs, Kyle Snyder and J’den Cox, USA Wrestling’s men’s freestyle is enjoying a successful era. But are these stars earning enough respect?

PG 26 – MILLER CREATES WIDER VISION AT MUSEUM
Jim Miller, the former NCAA All-American from Northern Iowa and
legendary coach from Wartburg College, will used that same drive and passion to lead the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum.

PG 29 – FINAL X — GRECO-ROMAN
Raymond Bunker admits no one knew who he was before winning the U.S. Open and now a spot on the 2019 World Team, The Marine and native of Chicago credits the sport and his mom for saving his life.

PG 32 – FINAL X — WOMEN’S FREESTYLE
As the NCAA may give women’s wrestling “emerging sport” status, some believe Iowa could be the first major Div. I school to start a program, in part because three HWC women who made the 2019 World Team.

PG 36 – WAYNE BAUGHMAN COLUMN
The former Air Force Academy coach and NCAA champ shares quite candidly, most of the time, he had a healthy amount of nervousness and fear when he wrestled, and was surprised when he won.

PG 36 – BEN PETERSON COLUMN
Having trained with Dan Gable for four years, Peterson talks about what truly were Gable’s secrets of success. He recommends the book “A Wrestling Life” and the sequel if you want to find out: consistently doing the right thing, as hard as you can, until it becomes second nature.

PG 40 – IMPACT OF TITAN MERCURY & ARMY’S WCAP
The Titan Mercury Wrestling Club and Army’s World Class Athlete
Program are “changing the game” for Senior-level wrestlers. Find out how as well as about their club domination at the U.S. Open and Final X.

PG 41 – BUSINESS OF WRESTLING — ALL-IN
The discontinuation of wrestling at Boise State spurred the three-time national qualifier Levi Jones to create a Journaling and Wrestling System to help today’s wrestlers.

PG 44 – RMN FEATURE — REMEMBERING ‘JO JO’
The wrestling world, saddened by the loss of Arizona youngster Josiah “Jo Jo” Armstrong, looks back at the life of the 12-year-old who died this past winter because of liver failure.

PG 45 – SANDY STEVENS COLUMN
Can older moms wrestle? Absolutely, and the a group in Alaska even had their own state championships to help raise funds for daughters and other wrestlers who wanted to wrestle in out-of-state competitions.

PG 48 – NHSCA NATIONAL DUALS
Team Kong United of New York rallied to beat Pennsylvania’s Team Shutt, 33-18, in the 20th annual event that was held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center over the Memorial Day weekend.

– 52 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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