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Journeymen World Classic, Ohio TOC Live This Weekend

Journeymen World Classic, Ohio TOC Live This Weekend

The 2017 Journeymen World Classic and Ohio Tournament of Champions is live on FloWrestling this weekend.

Apr 19, 2017 by Kyle Bratke
Journeymen World Classic, Ohio TOC Live This Weekend
Freestyle season officially returns to FloWrestling this weekend! Not only will some of the United States best high school wrestlers be on display, but they will take on some of the best wrestlers from seven different nations. 

Journeymen World Classic
Date: April 22 | Time: 9am CT | Where: Schenectady, NY
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Imagine Fargo plus the world! Eight different countries will be represented this weekend as the United States best high school wrestlers welcome studs from Austria, Canada, Italy, France, New Zealand, Bolivia, and Kazakhstan. Following the individual tournament, the United States will Canada in an all-star dual showdown.

Complete list of Journeymen World Classic Competitors

USA Dual Team vs. Canda:
110: No. 2 Kurt McHenry, MD (Cadet World champ)
120: Greg Diakomiahalis, NY
126: No. 1 Pat Glory, NJ
132: No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young, AZ (Cadet World team member)
138: No. 1 Vito Arujau, NY (Cadet World silver)
145: No. 1 Yianni Diakomihalis (2x Cadet World champ)
152: No. 2 Sammy Sasso, PA 
160: No. 8 Julian Ramirez, FL
170: No. 9 Aaron Brooks, MD
182: No. 1 Louis DePrez, NY
195: No. 1 Jacob Warner, IL (Cadet World bronze)
HWT: No. 3 Cohlton Schultz, CO (Cadet GR World team member)

Ohio Tournament of Champions
Date: April 22 | Time: 7am CT | Where: Columbus, OH
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

For years the Ohio Tournament of Champions as been one of the toughest youth wrestling tournaments in the country and this year is no different. Over 2,000 of the nation's best wrestlers will descend on Columbus looking to add their name to the prestigious list of placers and champions. The Ohio TOC is different from most tournaments because of the unique style of rules that it offers. Ohio TOC features one 3 minute period with 10 point tech falls, and anytime the action goes out of bounds the wrestlers are brought back to the neutral position. The clock is also turned off during overtime and the wrestlers will compete until someone scores.