• Daniel Dennis ponders his next move

    IOWA CITY — Daniel Dennis put his life on hold the past two years, returning to the Hawkeye Wrestling Club to pursue his dream of competing in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Now that the Olympic Games are in his rearview mirror, Dennis is ready to take a much-needed break from [Read More]

  • Rachel Watters & U.S. Junior athletes set for UWW Junior World Championships, Aug. 30-Sept. 4

    The United States will send three gifted teams to compete against the best 17-20-year-old wrestlers in the world in all three Olympic styles at the UWW Junior World Championships in Macon, France, on Aug. 30-Sept. 4. The event will begin with Greco-Roman competition on Aug. 30-31, followed by women’s freestyle on Sept. 1-2 and closing [Read More]

  • Olympic Games wrestling wrap-up

    Another Summer Olympics is now history. The 2016 Rio Games were one of incredible thrills for some Team USA wrestlers … while for others, it was a time of heartbreaking loss. Let’s review. Three U.S. wrestlers earned medals in Rio de Janeiro: gold medals for Helen Maroulis and Kyle Snyder … and a bronze medal [Read More]

  • Why the world should be worried about the future of Olympic wrestling

    For most people the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio will be remembered for Michael Phelps, Simone Biles, Simone Manuel, Usain Bolt and many more champions. Unfortunately for wrestling fans, it may be remembered as the beginning of the end. That’s because what got the most coverage for the sport in the mainstream media was not [Read More]

  • Kyle Snyder becomes youngest Olympic champion in U.S. history

    Kyle Snyder (USA) hoists his 2016 Olympic gold medal. Photo: Tony Rotundo, WrestlersAreWarriors.com. RIO DE JANEIRO – Last September Kyle Snyder shocked the world and became the youngest World champion in U.S. wrestling history. Today he leaves Rio with Olympic gold. Snyder’s legend grew on Sunday afternoon inside Carioca Arena 2 as he became the [Read More]

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