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The 2019-20 college and high school wrestling has arrived an WIN Magazine has produced its annual preview issue, which features top high high school wrestlers like Braxton Amos of West Virginia and takes a closer look at what could be a two-team race between Penn State and Iowa.

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In this latest issue, you will also find thought-provoking opinion columns by Dan Gable,Kyle Dake, David Taylor, John Klessinger, Mike Chapman, Rob Sherrill, Kyle Klingman and Wayne Baughman.

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

Page 7 – BALANCING GOALS – Iowa’s Spencer Lee is halfway towards becoming his school’s first four-time champion and the two-time NCAA champion will use the grind of a college folkstyle season as he also yearns for his 2020 Olympic dream.

Page 7 – TRUE GRIT = Penn State  heavyweight Anthony Cassar, given another year to compete, credits his blue-collar background growing up in New Jersey in helping him overcome an injury-plagued career to win an NCAA title last March.

Page 12 – ADELINE GRAY COLUMN –Find out in her own words what it was like for the four-time World champ to try win her historic fifth World Championship while dealing with multiple hand injuries.

Page 19 – NCAA DIV. I: WEIGHT-BY-WEIGHT PREVIEWS – Take a closer look at all the wrestlers who have earned All-American honors in the past and are considered favorites to win a post-season awards in all 10 weights in looking towards the 2020 NCAAs.

Page 21 – ROLLER-COASTER ROAD-TRIP – Seth Gross certainly has had his highs and lows during a college career that began at Iowa, then becoming SDSU’s first NCAA champ, to now making a final stop in rejoining coach Chris Bono at Wisconsin.

Page 31 – ASICS RACE FOR THE HODGE TROPHY – Penn State’s three-time champ Bo Nickal won the 2019 Hodge Trophy as the nation’s top collegiate wrestler. Who are the pre-season favorites for the 2020 Hodge? See a short list of front-runners and their career stats.

Page 42 – METRO MOVERS IN ILLINOIS – The DeKalb high school program, led by coaching brothers Sam, Andy and Max Hiatt, near Chicago is proving that urban prep programs can produce state tournament success.

Page 45 – WRESTLING BECAME HIS LIFE – Antonio Segura of Regis Jesuit High School in Colorado gives a first-person account on how he became a Cadet/Junior National champion and Rocky Mountain National events titlist.

Page 49 – BO DOMINATES AT U23 FREESTYLE WORLDS – The 2019 Hodge Trophy winner and three-time NCAA champion from Penn State proved he can be just as dominant at the World level as he won USA’s only gold medal in men’s freestyle.

Page 52 – CHAMPCOACH BY CHAMPIONSHIP PRODUCTIONS – Tristan Warner, a former Div. I wrestler and now a coach, shows how the new ChampCoach computer program provides effective training videos and move sequences for coaches and wrestlers at any level.

Page 58 – ARE THERE ENOUGH WOMEN TO FILL DEMAND? – As the NCAA gives women’s wrestling emerging-sport status, current leaders in the sport believes the growing number of states with girls’ wrestling will provide quality wrestlers to future college programs.

– 68 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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