Dan Gable and Jim Miller return to coaching at youth event in Waterloo, Iowa, Nov. 8

By National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum | Nov. 05, 2018, 12:50 p.m. (ET)
Legendary coaches Jim Miller (left) and Dan Gable (right) return matside to coach kids in Iowa on Thursday. Graphic courtesy of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum.

WATERLOO, Iowa—It's Waterloo vs. Waterloo, Team Gable vs. Team Miller during a special youth wrestling dual to continue the greatest wrestling tradition in the United States.

The meet will take place at Waterloo East High School on Thursday, November 8 at 6 p.m. following a free youth clinic at 5 p.m.

Admission to the youth clinic and to the dual is free. All are welcome to attend. No registration needed for youth clinic.

Dan Gable, a Waterloo West graduate, coached the University of Iowa to 15 NCAA wrestling championships.

Jim Miller, a Waterloo East graduate, coached Wartburg to 10 NCAA wrestling championships.

Each will lead a team of young wrestlers (K-8) from Waterloo as these two legendary coaches face off in a battle for local wrestling supremacy.

Waterloo East and Waterloo West have combined for 24 state traditional state team titles.

The dual features 20 folkstyle matches in a 1-1-1 format. Wrestlers are pre-selected and assigned to a team.

A live stream of the dual will be available for free on thepredicament.com.

Hall of Fame official Mike Allen will referee the meet.

5 p.m. - Free youth clinic
6 p.m. - Dan Gable and Jim Miller talk
6:15 p.m. - Team Gable vs. Team Miller dual begins
8 p.m. - Social at Single Speed Brewery in Waterloo