Russell Captures US Open 66kg Crown
CKWC's Kellen Russell, unseeded entering the tournament, defeated Jordan Oliver, 0-1, 2-2, 1-0, to capture the 66kg/145.5-pound title at the U.S. Open.
Jake Herbert: Why I Wrestle
I compete in the world's hardest sport. I take a lot of pride in that. Anyone who disputes it, well, they simply have never wrestled. In wrestling, you need to be strong, flexible, fast, determined, athletic and relentless and have superior muscular conditioning. You need all those things while simultaneously trying to get your body ...
Hrovat Blog: Musings on World Cup, FILA Rule Changes
CKWC coach Andy Hrovat reflects on his recent overseas tour, including his trip to Tehran, Iran for the World Cup, and offers his suggestions for potential FILA rule changes and marketing ideas.
Kennedy Claims Silver at Medved International
CKWC's Jimmy Kennedy posted a 4-1 record en route to the 60kg silver medal at the Medved International -- his fourth freestyle medal in a six-month span.
Team USA Captures Bronze at World Cup
The U.S. National team defeated Belarus, 6-1, to capture bronze at the World Cup in Tehran, Iran. CKWC's Jimmy Kennedy posted a 2-1 record at 60kg/132 pounds.
Kennedy Blog: World Cup & Medved International
In his third and most elaborate overseas tour, CKWC's Jimmy Kennedy will touch down in nine different countries this month with extended stays in Azerbaijan, Iran and Belarus, while representing the United States at the prestigious Freestyle World Cup and Medved International at 60kg/132 pounds.
Hrovat Blog: World Cup & Medved International
CKWC coach Andy Hrovat, a 2008 Olympian, reacts to the IOC decision to drop wrestling from the 2020 Olympics in his first blog installment from his three-week overseas tour in Azerbaijan, Iran and Belarus.
Hrovat Blog: Recapping Dave Schultz Memorial
In his latest Hroad Warrior blog, CKWC coach Andy Hrovat analyzes his wrestlers' performance at the annual Dave Schultz Memorial Invitational.