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The sport of wrestling and the entire world has gone through so much during 2020 that WIN Magazine wanted to put the focus on the future by looking closer at youth wrestling. Inside this Dec. 23 issue, you fill find kids’ photos, games and features … and advice from columnists like Dan Gable and John Klessinger on how to help young wrestlers continue to love this sport as we move to 2021 and beyond.

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Page 8 – STATE OF WASHINGTON UPDATE

Former Washington state champ Mike Bundy shares his story how he used his wrestling mentality to help him survive being lost in the Idaho wilderness for over 24 hours in November.

Page 16 – THE MIND OF A MASSA

Coming from a Michigan family that has dealt with plenty of wrestling heartbreak, Logan Massa has overcome his own physical and mental setbacks just in time for his senior year as a Wolverine.

Page 18 – WIN’s TEAM RANKINGS

See who the top NCAA Division I college teams are as we start a new season.

Page 20 – WIN’s INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

Check out the Top 20 wrestlers in all 10 weights, including grades, to see who the top collegians are in 2021.

Page 21 – HOW ‘DUAL’ SEASON WILL AFFECT NCAAS

Coaches are looking forward to the start of a dual meet-only, two-month college season that will use more historical data to determine the number of qualifiers for the 2021 national tournament in St. Louis.

Page 26 – WIN’s HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS

High school wrestling has started in about half the country; see who the Top 25 preps are in each weight class

Page 27 – CORNELL #1 IN EARLY RECRUITING RANKINGS

The Big Red, like its Ivy League counterparts, will not be able to compete this winter, but coach Rob Koll has inked plenty of talented depth during the NCAA’s signing period in November and is ranked No. 1.

Page 36 – REMEMBERING MATLAMP’S BOB RIEHM

Dave Adams, the current owner of this company that has been providing lighting for wrestling arenas around the country for decades, uses the same mentality of the late founder in his business enterprise.

Page 37 – TRACKWRESTLING LOOKS BACK AT 2014 WCWAS

The Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association played a big part in promoting the sport on the college level and never more than when five future World and Olympic medalists, like Helen Maroulis, won titles.

Page 38 – RMN EVENTS ROUND-UP: LET KIDS BE KIDS

The Northwest All-Stars, a 9U team from Oregon and Washington, put the focus on kids’ love of the sport, especially at the RMN-NUWAY Freak Show this past October in Idaho.

You will also find columns from Dan Gable, John Klessinger, Mike Chapman, Wayne Baughman, Zach Even-Esh, USA Wrestling, Bryan Van Kley and Mike Finn.

Feel free to send WIN comments on this issue to publisher Bryan Van Kley at bryan@win-magazine.com.

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