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October 2020 WIN Magazine Now Available
In addition, you will find WIN’s updated college and high school national rankings as well as columns from Dan Gable, Bryan Van Kley, Rob Sherrill, Kyle Klingman, Sandy Stevens, John Klessinger, Zach Even-Esh, Emma Randall, Mike Chapman, Wayne Baughman, Mike Finn and guest columnists Dr. Bill Welker and Reza Abedi.
The following are some of the stories that appear in the latest issue of WIN Magazine, including thoughts on how wrestlers and coaches should continue to train in the midst of a pandemic.
Page 6 – BRYAN VAN KLEY COLUMN – Don’t be surprised to see Division I College Wrestling start in March and a number team starting in the first semester with a likely “staggered start” coming based on COVID numbers in local areas, school and conference decisions. Also, could some NCAA wrestlers get a fifth year of eligibility like fall sports?
Page 8 – WASHINGTON STATE WRESTLING ASSOCIATION UPDATE – With the state not having opened back up for tournaments, Washington wrestlers are finding competition in other states and are ready for another mat season.
Pager 10 – COACH JOHN KLESSINGER COLUMN: HOW TO EXCEL – One of the biggest keys in learning how to win consistently is to not fear the opposite, mistakes and losing. However, there’s some keys to be able to do that to perform your best.
Page 14 – MAKING MAT HISTORY IN A HISTORIC YEAR
Among the many NCAA Division I wrestlers and teams waiting for the NCAA to decide a schedule for this winter are Michael Kemerer and the top-ranked Hawkeyes and Cornell’s two-time champ Yianni Diakomihalis.
Page 15 – BROTHERS-IN-ARMS
A trio of successful siblings at NC State, North Carolina and Illinois share the intensity and knowledge of wrestling they first learned battling together in the homes.
Page 18 – REVVING UP A RIVALRY
While former Iowa State champ Nate Gallick won 9 of 10 bouts against Oklahoma’s two-time titlist Teyon Ware over 15 years ago, the pair look back and enjoy the rivalry and the memories of their time competing.
Page 26 – CRIMSON COURAGE
Harvard heavyweight Yaraslau Slavikouski, a former member of the Belarus national team, credits his older brother for bringing him to the athletic and academic opportunities of the United States.
Page 27 – ASICS RACE FOR THE HODGE TROPHY – Who are the returning national champs and front-runners for wrestling’s Heisman, the WIN/Culture House Dan Hodge Trophy?
Page 28 – WRESTLING BUSINESS: HI-TECH AIR SOLUTIONS
Owner Ray Robison of Moore, Okla., talks about how his business showed coaches how to clean the air in their wrestling rooms, especially in this era of COVID-19.
Page 34 – WIN’S HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS – Check out WIN’s Preseason Prep rankings, presented by EZ Flex. Some states get ready to start wrestling in November, while others won’t start again until second semester.
Page 39 – GIRL POWER IN UTAH
Maria Gomez Speredon, a mother of six, actually took to the mat to wrestle her daughter and eventually started the first girls-only club in Northern Utah, where all the coaches are also women.
Page 44 – MAKING HIS OWN MARK
T.J. Miller — the son of Jim Miller, the former legendary NCAA Division III coach from Wartburg where T.J. won a national championship — has turned rival school Loras College into an elite program.
Page 53 – TOM RYAN: ‘WHAT I LEARNED FROM GABLE’
The highly-successful coach from Ohio State talked to Trackwrestling.com about his All-American days at Iowa in the early 1990s when the legendary Hawkeye mentor showed Ryan how to also coach on the college level.
Page 53 – RMN EVENTS OUTWEST UPDATE
Co’ji Campbell, a 13-year-old wrestler from Wisconsin, credits his club and the Rocky Mountain Nationals events that led him to a earn the top national ranking for his age group last fall.
Also columns by Zach Even-Esh, Rob Sherrill, Kyle Klingman, Sandy Stevens, Mike Chapman, Wayne Baughman, Emma Randall, Dr. Bill Welker and Mike Finn, as well as a Q&A with Dan Gable.
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