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  1. Oddly I couldn't find it - mind sharing a link please?
  2. Thanks guys But why BTN instead of Flo - any reason? I much prefer to give my money to a wrestling site than BTN (plus I get a lot more out of it for a month than from BTN) ...
  3. I am trying to decide which paid subscription to get in order to watch the B1G championships. I know that BTN+ covers it but Flowrestling seems to be claiming that they too will have it (hard to get the details without subscribing first, but the link on the B1G coverage page says "watch live", so I am assuming it means watching the event live). Is it possible that both BTN AND Flowrestling have the rights to this broadcast? What do people think about Flowreslting streaming quality and ability to handle peak load? Given the choice, I'd gladly go with Flo and give my money to them rather than BTN (plus it's $2 cheaper too) but I really don't want to realize that Flo isn't usable and have to pay for BTN too at that point. Any chance Flo might stream the NCAAs too? That would *really* put it into the winner's column in my book! Previously I have always gone with ESPN assuming there was no other choice... Would appreciate any tips Enjoy the post-season! JP
  4. I don't see a way to search by sport on the btn.com site this year anymore but luckly BTN itself put together the aggregated 2019-2020 schedule. Let the fun begin!
  5. All good points. Yes, it might help you awaken your inner Borat...
  6. If anyone is interested, I have a brand new 2016 Ryo Olympics Kazakhstan national team track suit for sale - a clever way to mingle with the locals for anyone attending. Can be a great ice-breaker / conversation starter at cocktail parties while there. Happy to share more pics / size details (roughly equivalent to Large) Please contact me directly if anyone is interested.
  7. If anyone has the 2008 NCAA medal rounds or the 2009 quarters and semis videos, please shoot me a reply - happy to trade Thanks, JP
  8. Thanks all for tips - amazon did turn out to be selling a few including the 1996!! Unfortunately, the NCAA on-demand site in HurricaneWrestling2's response unfortunately appears to be offline.
  9. If anyone has a copy of the 1996 NCAA finals, please let me know if you'd be willing to trade (private reply is best). Thanks in advance, JP
  10. Thanks for identifying the mystery man, FreestyleWrestler. Yeah, I am sure he fits quite well. Curious that they had to take the guy who wrestled for Kazakhstan - Russia isn't exactly lacking for wrestling champs and this one does have baggage... He also isn't listed on their coaching staff page I linked above, but no doubt this is the guy
  11. Who is the Russian coach receiving top team trophy award? Can't recognize the name, nor does he seem to be any of these guys ...
  12. I am sure Budapest is a great host city for a World Championship (and they seem to host it not infrequently) and the city and the people are great. However, I find the dedicated website completely useless. Besides having some rudimentary info about every member of their country's wrestling teams and the general schedule and ticket buying info, it has very little useful content. I cannot believe well into the 21st century a website about a 9-day World Championship does not have any results, medal counts or live updates! The news section is a bunch of useful anecdotes, mostly centered around the home team or the venue. No link to the individual countries' wrestling federations. No stats. Not even talking about the "best move of the day", "biggest upsets" or anything else a tad more advanced, but even the basic updates... Nothing!
  13. I am not a Greco expert either but agree with you. Kamal Bey got a pretty decent draw and bracket as well looks like. With any luck, there will be some medals in Greco this year...
  14. Why would we want to? Are we Italy? Spain? Bahrain? Canada? The US has a very competitive national wrestling scene; may not dominate the world like the Russians (Dagestanis and, to a lesser degree, Ossetians) do but certainly in no need to add imports just to boost up the team a bit (while denying a bunch of US kids the spot). Now, supplementing the coaching staff with some external expertise would be a diff story. Beloglazov would be one example...
  15. Incredible team and great results, I agree but they aren't exactly all young bucks (due to folkstyle or Olympic weights cut down to 7 or whatever): Burroughs - 30 Taylor - 27 Dake - 27 Stieber - 27 Colon - can't find stats, assuming he is about 26 Green - 25 Gwyz - 25 Gilman - 24, relatively young Cox - 23, relatively young Snyder - 22, young (I might be off by a year here or there but this is the ballpark)
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