Sneak preview of the January WIN Magazine issue; subscribe today to get this issue delivered

By WIN Magazine | Jan. 15, 2020, 9:20 a.m. (ET)
WIN Magazine is a monthly publication that covers all levels of wrestling with 40 to 80 oversized pages each issue. The magazine is available by print or digital subscription, and combo subscriptions so fans can get both versions. WIN has a 26-year reputation of bringing the wrestling world to fans’ mailboxes while also providing thought-provoking columns and Q&As by experts in the sport — high-profile current athletes like Adeline Gray and David Taylor, legendary coach Dan Gable and the sport’s foremost historian in Mike Chapman.

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Subscribe by Wednesday, January 15 to get the January issue. Here’s what WIN is working on this month:

• Update on Purdue University’s sprint towards the top of the Division I team race, tied for fourth in WIN’s Jan. 6 tournament rankings.
• Gable talks about how difficult it is to make a U.S. Olympic team, and what his mom said that made him know it was time to be done.
• Taylor shares his three front-runners for the 2020 Hodge and why people shouldn’t count Penn State out of the 2020 team race.
• Adeline Gray highlights the last decade of U.S. Wrestling
• Technique analysis by USA Wrestling staff
• Training Tips by Wrestling-Specific Strength Trainer Zach Even-Esh
• Foundational Golden Rules of Technique by coach John Klessinger
• 2020 ASICS Race for the Hodge Update – Whose stats are best at the mid-way point?
• WIN’s Jan. 13 College Rankings
• WIN’s Jan. 13 High School Rankings
• Sandy Stevens’ amazing story on how paralysis can’t even slow a former Alaska wrestler down in life.
• Features on strong showings by Iowa, Stanford at the Midlands, Scuffle
• Wayne Baughman Column – Don’t count out folkstyle over freestyle in my book
• Hildebrandt Family – The interesting new world of families with sons/daughters pursuing life-long wrestling dreams simultaneously at different levels.
• Senior Nationals Highlights & Recap – Everyone’s Olympic dream/path is different leading into Olympic Trials
• Updates on the Ironman, Doc B, Powerade, Beast, and Clash
• Who’s the Hottest High School Wrestler in the Nation? There’s no contest this year, check out this prep’s amazing December run.
• High School Girls Wrestler Nikki Moore of Kansas talks about what the sport means to her
• NWCA Multi-Division National Duals Coverage
• Feature on Iowa’s Northwestern College (NAIA), great academic/wrestling collegiate option
• Editor Mike Finn: What U.S. wrestler might shock the world in the next decade like Rulon Gardner and Jordan Burroughs did in the last decade?

100 Magazines, Approximately 3,000 Articles/Features/Columns/Rankings available also inside WIN’s Digital Edition.

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