Register For The 2018 Flo Reno Worlds

Cory Clark, Dean Heil, Mark Hall, Bo Nickal, and J'den Cox have all wrestled in past editions of Flo Reno Worlds. For those of you keeping track at home, that's five of last year's 10 NCAA champions, not to mention Nathan Tomasello, Joey McKenna, and Bo Jordan have also tested themselves at Flo Reno Worlds.

Over 3,400 wrestlers from 40 different states will descend on Reno, Nevada, on April 5-8 to take on the nation's best competition. Don't miss out on your chance to write your name in the history books. Enter now before registration ends on March 26.

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2018 FLO RENO WORLDS

Winning Flo Reno Worlds is the final leg of the elusive Trinity Award — the most sought-after and reputable prize in youth wrestling. Many of the greatest high school wrestlers of the past 15 years, including David Taylor, Aaron Pico, Nickal, Jordan, and Hall, were All-Americans at Flo Reno Worlds.

If you are not able to make it to the Reno Livestock Center, FloWrestling is once again proud to announce that we are live-streaming every mat, match, and second of wrestling from the 2018 Flo Reno World Championships. Flo Reno Worlds will also utilize FloArena for the bracketing and the instant archiving of every match wrestled.

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#4 Peter Christensen Commits To Wisconsin

195lbs Round Of 128: Peter Christensen, Illinois vs James Scott, Washington

After picking up a few in-state commitments, Chris Bono and the new Badgers' staff have landed a major verbal from beyond the Wisconsin borders. Earlier this evening, Illinois state champ Peter Christensen announced his decision to attend the Big Ten school for college.

Returning Division 1 All-Americans: 125lbs

125 lbs Sean Russell, Edinboro vs Nick Piccininni, Oklahoma State

It may still be summer, but with the start of school nearing, the offseason will soon give way to October and the official start of practice.

Meet The Contenders: Julian Ramirez vs Carson Kharchla

80 kg Round Of 16 - David Key, Compound vs Julian Ramirez, Blair

It’s the first boys high school freestyle match to ever go down at Who’s #1. We’ve seen #1 Julian Ramirez and #2 Carson Kharchla square off in folkstyle, so why not see what happens in freestyle?

FRL 309: Iowa vs Oklahoma State

FRL 309 Iowa vs Oklahoma State Whiteboard War

FRL 309 discusses HS wrestlers competing in the Fall, Iowa vs Oklahoma State whiteboard war and Zain Retherford's future.

Husker Targets: All About The Middle

As we covered in A Decade of Recruiting, Nebraska has been one of the best at procuring talent over the last ten years. Their average recruiting class rank over that period was 7.1, the 4th highest of any program. 

World Wrestling Historical Heat Maps

Jordan Burroughs on being a rock star in Iran

Wrestling is famously the world's oldest sport, however true world championships have only been around for the last 70 years or so. Wrestling was first featured at the Olympics in 1904 but did not become a regular staple at the quadrennial until 1924, and it wasn't until 1951 that true World Championships became a regular event on the international wrestling circuit. 

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Tagg Brothers Leave Ohio For OTC

Henry Cejudo. Kyle Snyder.

2018-19 Depth Chart: Nebraska Cornhuskers Entering A New Era

165lbs Consi of 4: Isaiah White, Nebraska vs Jonathon Chavez, Cornell

One of the sneaky good moves by the Big Ten was adding Nebraska to the conference. Now, the Cornhuskers' depth chart is built from a roster being crafted to compete and win the Big Ten.

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Meet The Contenders: Macey Kilty vs Kennedy Blades

152 lbs - Macey Kilty, WI Junior Women's Fargo Champion

Most people are familiar with Macey Kilty. She’s making her second appearance at Who’s #1 this year and is fresh off of doing a whole bunch of winning.

Mike Zadick Issues Statement In Response To Dismissal

Mike Zadick Leads Cyclone Workout

Last Thursday (Aug. 9) it was reported that former Iowa State associate head coach Mike Zadick had been dismissed from the coaching staff via a press release from the Iowa State Athletic Communications Office.