Mike Duroe, long-time head wrestling coach at Iowa's Cornell College who has served on the U.S. freestyle squad at six Olympics, is battling brain cancer, Craig Sesker reported for The Predicament , a wrestling publication/website focused on wrestling in the state of Iowa. "When I recently learned that Mike is battling brain cancer, I was floored by the news," Sesker wrote in his Sesker's Slant column Sunday.
Cleveland's Brian Brakeman, producer of the annual "Brakeman Report" which covered Ohio amateur wrestling for more than four decades, has been named recipient of the 2017 Bob Dellinger Award for amateur wrestling writing, the award's sponsor, Amateur Wrestling News, announced in the magazine's Oct. 15, 2017 issue.Here's how the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame , which recently inducted Brakeman, described this year's Dellinger Award winner and his contribution to wrestling in the state...
Wrestling will join the sports roster at Kentucky Wesleyan College starting in the 2018-19 academic year, the NCAA Division II school announced this week Wrestling is the third men's intercollegiate sport to be added for next season at KWC, joining bowling (which was added earlier this summer) along with the reinstatement of men's tennis also revealed this week. "We are excited to add wrestling to our athletic department here at Kentucky Wesleyan," said Director of Athletics Rob Mallory.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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