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WIN Magazine November issue is now available; a print or digital subscription is a great holiday gift

By WIN Magazine | Nov. 27, 2020, 3:35 p.m. (ET)

WIN Magazine has published its November Start-of-the-Season Publication. As high school wrestling kicks off in about half the country in the next few weeks, WIN starts its 27th year with a magazine covering all levels of the sport.

With rankings from high school through college, and features from every level including news coverage from the recent RTC exhibitions and USA Wrestling’s Brian Keck Preseason Nationals, the magazine will get fans excited for the green flag to drop on another wrestling season.

Click the link to subscribe and put “November” in Notes at Check-out to start your 12-issue Print or Digital Subscription with WIN’s newest publication. USA Wrestling members get a discount on print for $27 for 12 issues, $13 for digital.

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Some of the featured articles in WIN’s 44-page issue are:

P6 – DAN GABLE Q&A
The former two-time NCAA champ and Olympic champ says it’s imperative wrestler keep working to get better during the pandemic and says do your homework when choosing a club.

P10 - GAMES WITHIN THE GAME
Parents continue to start their kids at a young age, but Mike Clayton of USA Wrestling suggested ways in which these young wrestlers’ first coaches can also keep the sport fun.

P12 – WIN’S NEW KID’S CORNER
For coaches and parents with young wrestlers, the key is incorporating skill games that bring out the fun of learning the sport. Kids, find the November Word Search of the U.S.’s most recent Olympic champs.

P12 – JOHN KLESSINGER COLUMN
Want accountability from your team or people around you? Hear it from a former Marine, it most certainly starts with holding yourself accountable in all areas of your life.

P14 – WIN’S TRAINING TECHNIQUES BY SUPLES
WIN’s Zach Even-Esh says wrestlers need to focus on the tried and true exercises of squats, deadlifts and throwing or lifting sandbags and heavy medicine balls to stay sharp during COVID or get ready for the season.

P16 – ROB SHERRILL COLUMN
Want to know what the latest developments are for state seasons and to see which states are cancelling their seasons? Check out Sherrill’s High School Update for a state by state list.

P17 & 25 – WIN’S HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE RANKINGS
With a number of preseason events in the books for high schoolers, see who the top preps are as well as their college commitments. And, see the College Rankings after the Ivy League announced its cancelation of winter sports.

P20 - BRIAN KECK PRESEASON NATIONALS
Beau Mantanona of California, Jett Strickenberger of Colorado and Samara Chavez of Texas claimed Outstanding Wrestler honors in winning boys and girls high school titles.

P24 - COLLEGE CAREERS ON HOLD
Two-time NCAA champ Yianni Diakomihalis is one of many Ivy League wrestlers who saw their seasons cancelled because of COVID and now focus on international styles.

P28 - U23/UWW JUNIOR NATIONALS
For three days in Omaha, action took place in men’s and women’s freestyle and Greco-Roman at this event where Taylor Lujan, Keegan O’Toole and double winners Emily Shilson and Macey Kilty impressed fans.

P32 – KYLE KLINGMAN COLUMN – G.O.A.T
Come on now, this term is WAY overused these days! What does it really mean to the be the greatest of all time, and how should it be applied to wrestlers?

P33 - KEEPING UP WITH TODAY’S ACTION
There have been plenty of new rules in college wrestling and mat officials like Hall of Famer Mike McCormick and NCAA Director of Officials Tim Shiels how referees do their best to adjust and enforce the rules.

P34 – MIKE CHAPMAN COLUMN
With November comes another Veterans’ Day, see historian Mike Chapman’s salute to famous veterans who also wrestled and how the sport has produced some great military leaders.

P37 - WHAT BRYCE MEREDITH LEARNED FROM ...
In this TrackWrestling feature, the former All-American from Wyoming explains what Cowboy coach Mark Branch taught him about wrestling during his college career.

Plus columns by Wayne Baughman, Mike Finn, Sandy Stevens and Bryan Van Kley.

WIN Subscriptions make great Christmas gifts. Buy a subscription for any person not currently a subscriber for only $12 on WIN’s website (toll free 888.305.0606) or renew a friend’s subscription and WIN will send a gift letter with either option.

Also, make sure to check out WIN publications back to 2011 in the Archive Section of WIN’s Digital Edition.