FloWrestler of the Week: Kamal Bey, Sunkist Kids

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It was such an impressive performance by Kamal Bey that a stop sign just wasn't enough for him at the U.S. Senior Nationals in Las Vegas on Sunday. He was also named the tournament's Outstanding Greco-Roman wrestler.

Bey earned his new hardware by not giving up a point or having a match last longer than a minute and a half. The Junior World Team member's dominant showing was capped off by a technical fall over Jesse Porter in just 31 seconds in the 75kg finals.

Bey handled each of his opponents en route to winning his first senior title, and for that Kamal Bey is our FloWrestler of the Week.

Other FloWrestler of the Week Nominees:

Mikey Labriola, Bethlehem Catholic: Relentless. It was incredible to watch Labriola dismantle the competition and win his second title in as many weeks at the Beast of the East tournament. Labriola won the 170-pound title and Outstanding Wrestler award with three straight tech falls and two pins i the semifinals and finals, respectively. 

Victory Anthony, Sunkist Kids: She won her second U.S. Open title and punctuated it with a filthy feet-to-back footsweep to get the fall over Erin Golston.

Hayden Tuma, Army WCAP: He started strong, pulled out a tough one, and finished stronger. Tuma only needed 48 seconds to take out Ryan Mango in the 59kg finals to claim the title.

Julian Ramirez, Blair: What an impressive run by Ramirez. A week ago, he came up short at Ironman. This week Ramirez regrouped and brought his A-game as he exacted some revenge over second-ranked David Carr and Shane Griffith (No. 2 at 160) to win the 152-pound Beast of the East title.

Boo Lewallen, Oklahoma State: Lewallen defeated returning NCAA finalist No. 11 Bryce Meredith in the at 141-pound finals at the Reno Tournament of Champions. Lewallen also edged No. 14 Javier Gasca 7-5 in the semifinals.

Olympic Champ Khinchegashvili Loses Twice In One Day

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Olympic gold medalist Vladimer Khinchegashvili was one of a few stars competing this weekend in Russia, but he had a day he'd like to soon forget.

Keystone Classic Seeds Released

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The 2017 Keystone Classic is going to be lit. Over a dozen ranked wrestlers are headed to the Palestra in Philly on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The Nittany Lions of Penn State headline the event by snagging eight No. 1 seeds. Check out the full list below.

5 Crucial Keystone Contests

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Hundreds of NCAA wrestlers, including 17 ranked in the top 20, are headed to the historic Palestra on UPenn's campus in Philadelphia for the 2017 Keystone Classic on Sunday.

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Five Ranked Matchups In Minnesota At Oklahoma State Dual

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We've got a Sunday matinee for you, and the slate is full of intriguing matchups.

What 2 Watch 4: Iowa Returns To Carver-Hawkeye

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You know it's definitely wrestling season when (a) Whiteboard Wars return and (b) the Iowa Hawkeyes kick off their season with the Iowa City Duals.

T-Row & Funky Episode 91: Live and Worldwide

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Ben is in Singapore for his retirement fight, but that won't stop the T-Row & Funky Show from breaking down the week in news and NCAA Wrestling results!

Flo Kickoff Classic 15u Preview

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The 2017 Flo Kickoff Classic is bringing together some of the top youth wrestlers in the country for its 21st annual tournament this weekend at the Expo Square Pavilion in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Boise State President Bob Kustra To Retire

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Bob Kustra, the long-serving president of Boise State University and the driving force behind the school’s decision to abruptly drop the varsity wrestling program last spring, has announced that he will retire at the end of the school year, effective June 30, 2018.

Notable Competitors At Lindenwood Open

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The Lindenwood Open is providing the first look at some very talented freshman and a few of the NCAA's best this Saturday at Robert F. Hyland Arena in St. Charles, MO.