Follow links below for more details on USA Wrestling Olympic-style wrestling development and championships events being organized by and attended by Team New Jersey! There are opportunities for both young men and young ladies.
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The final weekend of the 2017 Scholastic / Folkstyle Season is complete! Wrestlers from all 8 Qualifiers put it all on the line at the State Championships in Trenton. ALL of the action was streamed LIVE all weekend. Archived video will remain available at FloWrestling.
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2017 Scholatic-Style State Finals Results
2017 Qualifier Results
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2017 Kids Scholastic State Championship Series:
2017 State Finals finished up on Saturday and Sunday, March 11 & 12, 2017, in Trenton. This year audio and video from NJ Kids Scholastic State Championships Finals were streamed live on FloWrestling. Follow the link above or below for more info...
The 2017 schedule for Spring and Summer is out. First Olympic-style event is being held on March 26th. Click here for info...
The first events on the 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.
2017 STATE QUALIFIERS
JANUARY 8 - MARCH 5!
2017 GIRLS STATE FINALS
2017 STATE FINALS
"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."