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  1. 21 World & Olympic Medals Make This Women's Final X Field Deep As Ever

    21 World & Olympic Medals Make This Women's Final X Field Deep As Ever

    May 27, 2022

    The women’s field at Final X is loaded with credentials. Is it the best Final X field ever? Take a look at the numbers and decide for yourself. This year's line-up includes five of six 202One Olympians and six of 10 members of the 2021 World team. Six-time World champion Adeline Gray, who is pregnant with twins, is the only member of the Olympic team not competing.
  2. Top 100: By The Numbers

    Top 100: By The Numbers

    Feb 1, 2022

    Below 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.
  3. Women's Weekly: National Duals Fever

    Women's Weekly: National Duals Fever

    Jan 2, 2022

    Get ready for fireworks!
  4. Women's Weekly: Everything Women's Wrestling

    Women's Weekly: Everything Women's Wrestling

    Dec 23, 2021

    Lori Ayres is starting a new video podcast on FloWrestling called “Everything Women’s Wrestling.” Ayres is the co-founder of Division I women’s wrestling, an organization working to educate, grow, and support women who want to wrestle at the Division I level.
  5. Women's Weekly: College Season Off To Strong Start

    Women's Weekly: College Season Off To Strong Start

    Nov 23, 2021

    It was an eventful week with Iowa naming a head women’s wrestling coach and the Missouri Valley Open taking place on November 19-20. We have all of that and more in this edition of Women’s Wrestling Weekly.
  6. Women's Weekly: Historic Tournament Still Producing Results

    Women's Weekly: Historic Tournament Still Producing Results

    Nov 17, 2021

    It’s fun to look back now that the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) and its end-of-year national tournament will likely disband. This was THE women’s national collegiate wrestling championship that counted for years since it combined schools from every division.