For wrestling fans unable to follow Dan Gable’s advice to “crawl, walk, run or fly to Rally 4 Wrestling Atlanta,” the next best thing is to tune into Takedown Wrestling’s live broadcast from the Save Olympic Wrestling event this Saturday, Aug. 31, the weekly radio broadcast announced Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Join Scott Casber and Brad Johnson live this Saturday 9-11 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern from the Rally 4 Wrestling Atlanta event at The Cooler in Alpharetta, Ga. just outside Atlanta.
Rally 4 Wrestling Atlanta runs Labor Day weekend, from Aug. 31 through Sept. 2, featuring a host of wrestling events of interest to wrestlers, coaches and fans of all ages. There will be wrestling clinics conducted by all-time wrestling greats such as Dan Gable, John Smith, Brandon Slay, Lee Kemp, Bruce Baumgartner, Tom Brands, John Azevedo, Wade Schalles, Nate Carr, Sanshiro Abe, and Bubba Jenkins. In addition, Rally 4 Wrestling will have wrestling exhibitions, opportunities to meet-and-great giants of the sport, and more.
Timing for he Rally 4 Wrestling could not be better, just one week before the International Olympic Committee will determine which of three sports – wrestling, squash, or a combined baseball/softball bid – will be featured at the 2020 and 2024 Olympics at a vote of all members in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Sept. 8.
All Rally 4 Wrestling events – including the wrestling training camp – will take place at The Cooler, 10800 Davis Drive in Alpharetta, Ga. To register for the camp, or for more information and a complete schedule of events, visit the event website.
Fans, athletes, coaches: This is your sport. Join in the conversation, ask questions. Call 866-333-5966 or 515-204-5966.
Takedown Wrestling is available on radio on AM 1460 KXNO, on your computer, your Blackberry or I Phone with the I Heart Radio App. KXNO.com, Takedownradio.com, I Heart Radio App.
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