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Myers wins both NHSCA and Flo Nationals; featured in next issue of WIN
Future West Virginia wrestler Austin Myers enjoyed two successful and consecutive weekends as the 220-pounder from Kentucky won both the 2015 NHSCA Nationals in Virginia and the Flo Nationals in Pennsylvania.
Check out WIN’s feature of Myers, who defeated Georgia’s Ken Brinson for his third NHSCA title one week before the future college heavyweight pinned Lucas Ready of Michigan for the Flo championship.
In addition, you will find the following in the next issue, which will be mailed April 24, 2015:
• What will the 2016 NCAA Division I Championships look like? — Many college wrestling fans make the annual pilgrimage to the NCAA national tournament to cheer on their teams and meet old friends. Next year, the NCAAs will be held in Madison Square Garden in New York City, which has created some fear in fans who are expecting a more expensive event. WIN will examine all these questions to help make the 2016 NCAAs another great event.
• World Cup returns to the USA — For the second straight year, the World Cup for men’s freestyle will be held in Los Angeles, Sept 11-12. Check out how the American team fares against the world’s best, including the top wrestlers from Iran and Russia.