FloSports, BracketWrestling Reach Agreement

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AUSTIN, TX (April 26, 2016)- FloSports has reached an agreement with BracketWrestling, one of the leading wrestling event management companies, to join FloWrestling and offer its FloArena software to all BracketWrestling Tournaments.

The wrestling industry's top event management software, FloArena offers a comprehensive suite of features, including real-time scoring and user-friendly brackets, that will allow BracketWrestling to elevate the experience of its tournaments and events onsite and online.

"We are extremely excited about joining the FloWrestling team," BracketWrestling's Doug Forst said. "We believe FloArena is the future of tournament management software, and positioning ourselves with FloWrestling was an opportunity we couldn't pass up."

Last season, BracketWrestling ran more than 50 youth and high school tournaments across Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Alabama, Minnesota, and Missouri.

"We are fired up about combining BracketWrestling's tournament expertise with our talented FloArena team," FloSports co-founder and CEO Martin Floreani said. "Aligning ourselves with such a respected company in the wrestling world, with a large number of events, helps set us up for an exciting 2016-17 season."

In recent months, FloSports has added features to FloArena software and announced agreements with Kapwrestling and Matside Productions. As part of the deal with Kapwrestling, all postseason wrestling tournaments in Connecticut and Massachusetts utilize FloArena software.

FRL 579 - How RTC Cup Came To Be & Oklahoma State On Fire Recruiting

579. How The RTC Cup Came To Be

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On episode 579 of FRL, the boys are joined by Jonny Ruggiano of TMWC to talk all about the RTC Cup, and then Ben and Bratke talk about the day one matchups they are most excited for at the RTC Cup, Oklahoma State's hot streak on the recruiting trail, some transfer news, and Ben goes to war on Thanksgiving food again.

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All Rosters Set For FloWrestling: 2020 RTC Cup Pres. by TMWC On Dec. 4-5

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The RTC Clubs Cup rosters were already incredible, but 57kg has gotten even crazier in the last couple of days. On Sunday, The Southeast RTC announced the addition of Nahshon Garret, and yesterday on The Bader Show, Sean Bormet announced that Seth Gross would be competing for the Cliff Keen Wrestling Club next weekend. Check out full rosters below.

#15 Junior, Anthony Ferrari, Commits To Oklahoma State

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Oklahoma State will have two Ferrari's starting in the fall of 2022. #15 on the Junior Big Board Anthony, who is the younger brother of current OSU freshman AJ, announced his commitment to the Cowboys via Instagram this afternoon.

Bader Show: Sean Bormet & Myles Amine

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On this all Michigan episode of The Bader Show, Bray fills in for Bader and talks with Sean Bormet and Myles Amine before next week's RTC Clubs Cup.

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Michael Blockhus To Transfer To Minnesota

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2020 national qualifier Michael Blockhus is headed north to Minneapolis. The redshirt sophomore announced his decision Monday via Twitter.

Nahshon Garrett Joins Southeast Region Training Center

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2016 NCAA champion and 2018 Final X champion Nahshon Garrett is on the move. The Cornell grad will be heading to Blacksburg, Virginia, and joining the Southeast Regional Training Center.

Jordan Williams Commits To Oklahoma State

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Another blue-chip recruit from the state of Oklahoma is headed to Stillwater to become an Oklahoma State Cowboy. The fourth-ranked wrestler in the class of 2022, Jordan Williams, announced his decision Sunday afternoon on Instagram. 

Michigan High School Wrestling Attempts To Move Forward With Masks

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Even with a mandate requiring wrestlers to mask up during competition, the Michigan high school wrestling community was relieved when the Michigan High School Athletic Association announced last month that practice would begin Nov. 16 and competition Dec. 9 -- almost the same time as usual.

Peyton Craft Flips Commitment From Princeton To Cornell

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Blair Academy senior and National Prep finalist Peyton Craft announced via Instagram Friday morning that he has flipped his college commitment from one Ivy League school to another.

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2020 RTC Cup: By The Numbers

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The rosters for all six teams are set ahead of the FloWresling: 2020 RTC Cup Pres. by TMWC, and they are stacked. All-in-all competitors accolades total an Olympic medal, four World titles, nine World medals, 10 age level World titles, over 20 age level World medals, 19 NCAA titles, and almost 100 hundred All-American finishes. Not bad especially considering only the six Olympic weights are being contested and a lot of competitors are still in college. 

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