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Completed, Sep 17-18
 

Entering its ninth year, Who's #1 will once again be a star studded lineup that features the top two ranked high school wrestlers from around the country putting it on the line to call themselves #1.

  1. Casey Swiderski - Vade Nutrition Performer Of The Night

    Casey Swiderski - Vade Nutrition Performer Of The Night

    Sep 19, 2021

    While there were many notable performers, Casey Swiderski received the honor of the “Vade Nutrition Performer of the Night” for his win over Jesse Mendez.
  2. Who's Number One Men's Card Match Notes

    Who's Number One Men's Card Match Notes

    Sep 18, 2021

    We're following up the groundbreaking first all-women's Who's Number One card with our biggest and raddest men's slate ever. It is indeed a great day to be a high school wrestling fan.
  3. Katie Gomez - Asics Performer Of The Night

    Katie Gomez - Asics Performer Of The Night

    Sep 18, 2021

    For the first time ever, Who’s Number One featured ten phenomenal women’s matches. While there were many notable performers, Katie Gomez received the honor of the “Asics Performer of the Night” for her win over Shelby Moore.
  4. Who's Number One Women's Card Match Notes

    Who's Number One Women's Card Match Notes

    Sep 17, 2021

    Who's Number One returns, now with an all-women's card for the first time ever! We're in the world-famous Dallas Hyatt Regency to watch ten matches featuring 20 of the sports brightest rising stars.
  5. Ultimate Who's Number One Men's Preview & Predictions Article

    Ultimate Who's Number One Men's Preview & Predictions Article

    Sep 17, 2021

    For the past nine years, Who’s Number One has been the premier high school event of the year. 2021 won’t be any different. Saturday night, in addition to 22 of the nation’s top high schoolers competing for the top spot, we get two super matches! Future stars Bo Bassett and Seth Mendoza will square off at 106 lbs and the country’s two best big men, Nick Feldman and Christian Carroll, will also throw down.
  6. September 17-19 Watch Guide

    September 17-19 Watch Guide

    Sep 16, 2021

    The sport's future stars are on full display this weekend with a full slate of youth and high school wrestling all across the country. Wrestling fans can enjoy Who's Number One, Ultimate Club Duals, Utah Fall Classic, AWA Duals, and Super 32 Florida Early Qualifier. All are live on FloWrestling September 17th - 19th. Here is your weekly Watch Guide, presented by Adidas.
  7. Play Our Who's Number One Pick Em Contests

    Play Our Who's Number One Pick Em Contests

    Sep 16, 2021

    Play both our men's and women's pick 'em contest for a chance to win a free Flo subscription with each one!
  8. Ultimate Who's Number One Women's Preview & Predictions Article

    Ultimate Who's Number One Women's Preview & Predictions Article

    Sep 16, 2021

    This year’s Who’s Number One is different. For the first time in the event’s nine-year history, there will be a complete women’s card! Friday evening 20 of the nation’s best young women will compete for the right to call themselves number one.
  9. New Jersey Freshman Knox Looking To 'Take Over' At Who's #1

    New Jersey Freshman Knox Looking To 'Take Over' At Who's #1

    Sep 15, 2021

    In a New Jersey wrestling landscape seemingly dominated by schools like Bergen Catholic and Delbarton, St. John Vianney has certainly emerged as a program to watch after back-to-back Who's #1 appearances.
  10. Which States Have Produced The Most Who's Number One Competitors?

    Which States Have Produced The Most Who's Number One Competitors?

    Sep 10, 2021

    Which state can lay claim to having produced the most wrestlers at the premier high school all-star competition? We crunched the numbers and will tell you, along with the tallies for every other state.