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  1. Bill Zadick Takes Inventory After The Olympic Trials

    Bill Zadick Takes Inventory After The Olympic Trials

    Apr 21, 2021

    Bill Zadick was USA Wrestling’s men’s freestyle coach-in-waiting the last time the United States assembled an Olympic Team. 
  2. A Dozen Interesting Facts And Figures From The Olympic Trials

    A Dozen Interesting Facts And Figures From The Olympic Trials

    Apr 8, 2021

    Gable Steveson connected on his shots with supreme efficiency. Thomas Gilman controlled the center of the mat and cashed in on the edge. Adeline Gray feasted on top without her bread-and-butter turn. 
  3. Saying Good-Bye To Wrestling After The 2021 Olympic Trials

    Saying Good-Bye To Wrestling After The 2021 Olympic Trials

    Apr 7, 2021

    The goal is a gold medal at the Olympics Games. When that goal is no longer a reality, many of the country’s best wrestlers retire from active competition immediately following the Olympic Trials. 
  4. The 11 Most Surprising Things That Happened At Olympic Trials

    The 11 Most Surprising Things That Happened At Olympic Trials

    Apr 6, 2021

    Andy Hamilton warned us just prior to the 2021 Olympic Trials, “Trials History Says Expect Something Unexpected.” However, most or all these things almost nobody could have predicted. That’s part of what made this Olympic Trials and every World/Olympic Team Trials so memorable. The things we never saw coming.
  5. Maroulis & Gray Return To The Games: Women's Olympic Team Trials Recap

    Maroulis & Gray Return To The Games: Women's Olympic Team Trials Recap

    Apr 5, 2021

    What a night in Fort Worth. When Helen Maroulis pinned Jenna Burkert in match 3 of the 57 kg finals, it capped off a weekend of high drama playing out on the biggest stage in domestic wrestling, the Olympic Team Trials. For some, all the hard work and dreams came down to a moment, but none more emotional than the final Maroulis-Burkert match.
  6. What Happened With J'den Cox, And What Happens Next?

    What Happened With J'den Cox, And What Happens Next?

    Apr 5, 2021

    Before the first whistle blew in Fort Worth at this weekend's US Olympic Trials, USA Wrestling announced that two-time World champion and four-time World and Olympic medalist, J'den Cox had missed weight and would not be allowed to compete. Not surprisingly, this sent shock waves through the wrestling community, and for the entire weekend, that story remained at the top of many people's minds.
  7. Trials Notes: Stingy Dake Grabs The 74-Kilo Crown

    Trials Notes: Stingy Dake Grabs The 74-Kilo Crown

    Apr 4, 2021

    When time expired Saturday night and his decade-long domestic rulership over the 74-kilogram kingdom came to an end, Jordan Burroughs dropped to his knees in dejection. 
  8. The 3 Weights Team USA Still Needs To Qualify For Tokyo

    The 3 Weights Team USA Still Needs To Qualify For Tokyo

    Apr 4, 2021

    While 15 of the 18 winners from the 2021 US Olympic Trials have already secured spots in the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games, team USA still needs to qualify its representative in Men's Freestyle at 65 kg and in Greco Roman at 77 kg and 130 kg. Those athletes will have to punch their tickets to Tokyo via the Olympic Games Qualifier in Sofia, Bulgaria which takes place May 6-9.
  9. 2021 Olympic Team Trials: Instant Recaps - Day II Session II

    2021 Olympic Team Trials: Instant Recaps - Day II Session II

    Apr 3, 2021

    Oh baby, it's really happening. Everything was prelude to this! (Which is all prelude to the Tokyo Olympics themselves, but nevermind that now. Gotta make the team first. 
  10. 2021 Olympic Team Trials: Instant Recaps - Day II Session I

    2021 Olympic Team Trials: Instant Recaps - Day II Session I

    Apr 3, 2021

    We're wrestling back for third place. This may not seem like a big deal because the number one goal by a large (perhaps the largest) margin is making the Olympic Team but guess what? It is!