With Olympic Gold Medalist Vladimer Khinchegashvili
World and Olympic Champion Vladimer Khinchegashvili is in town to train at the New York City Regional Training Center with Helen Maroulis and for this October 24th clinic. To join Khinchegashvili on the mats please click below to get your tickets.
October 24th, Rio Gold Clinic w/ Vladimer Khinchegashvili – See ticketing options at link below “Buy your Ticket Now”
Space is limited to 100 students. Open to all levels and ages, beginner to expert. Anyone on the mats must have a ticket. No exceptions. Team prices & space available call 201-870-0719 to discuss groups of 10 or more.
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2018 Kids Scholastic State Championship Series:
2018 Kids Scholastic Regional Qualifiers (for girls and boys)
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2018 State Finals follow on a Saturday and Sunday in early to mid-March in Trenton. This year the USA Wrestling NJ Kids State Finals will once again be streamed live on FloWrestling.
The first events on the USAW-NJ calendar focus on Scholastic / Folkstyle styles of wrestling. Qualifiers start in January pointing to the State Finals in March. The Mason-Dixon Quad is another major Scholastic style event in early January.
The 2017 season is behind us. Freestyle season is Spring and Summer. The first Olympic-style event is usually held shortly after the end of Scholastic wrestling in late March. Click here for more info on the 2017 season...
"When I'd get tired and want to stop, I'd wonder what my next opponent was doing. I'd wonder if he was still working out. I'd try to visualize him. When I could see him still working, I' start pushing myself. When I could see him in the shower, I'd push myself harder."