Tervel Dlagnev is a four-time D2 All-American and two-time D2 NCAA Champion for the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Dlagnev competed at 120/125 kg internationally. He won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympic games in London and took home bronze at the 2009 and 2014 World Championships.
Is This The Golden Age Of American Wrestling?
Jun 16, 2022USA Wrestling executive director Rich Bender has consistently called this a golden age for American wrestling. And if you look at the output at the senior international level — he’s right.
Top 100: By The Numbers
Feb 1, 2022Below is a full listing of FloWrestling's Top 100 American Wrestlers of All Time along with college wrestling affiliations. Several went to multiple colleges, which is why a wrestler may be listed more than once.
The Top 100 Countdown: 70-61
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Tervel Dlagnev Named Head Coach At Nebraska Wrestling Training Center
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Bader Show: Tervel Dlagnev, Raymond Bunker, and Victoria Anthony
May 22, 2020On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Nomad catch up with Tervel Dlagnev, Raymond Bunker, and Victoria Anthony