Wrestlers are back in action this weekend as a number of events will feature thousands of youth wrestlers. Here is a look at this weekend's biggest events.
This weekend more than 300 middle school wrestlers will compete in the 43rd Annual United States Junior Open Championships at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City, OK. The event annually draws hundreds of wrestlers from the Midwest.
Wrestling kicks off Friday morning immediately following the Opening Ceremonies and will conclude Saturday evening. The winners will receive a singlet, ring and t-shirt while the runner-ups will receive a t-shirt.
You can learn more about this year’s event here.
The 2018-2019 Midwest Tour will continue this weekend as hundreds of wrestlers are set to compete in the 2019 Badgerland Nationals. This year’s event will be held at Mitchell Hall- UW La Crosse in La Crosse, WI.
The second of four events, the Badgerland Nationals will begin on Saturday at 9am and will wrestled until conclusion of the event. The top 6 place winners in each bracket will receive a custom medal.
You can learn more about this event here.
Salt Lake Slam
The 2019 Salt Lake Slam will be one of the biggest events taking place this weekend as more than 410 youth wrestlers are set to wrestle at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, UT.
The fourth event in a six part series, The Salt Lake Slam will feature some of the top youth wrestlers from not only the state of Utah but also many of the states in close proximity.
You can learn more about the event here.
2019 Winter Nationals
The 2019 Winter Nationals will take place this weekend as hundreds of youth wrestlers will be looking to add another title to their resume. Wrestling will begin tomorrow morning at 9:30am and will conclude on Sunday.
This year’s event will take place at Ralson Arena in Omaha, Nebraska. Wrestling will begin on Saturday at 9am and concluded on Sunday morning.
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