Jordan Holm would like you to keep an open mind judging his bid for the U.S. Olympic wrestling team. He spent 6-1/2 years in prison for third-degree sexual abuse.
Entering this weekend’s trials in Iowa City, Iowa, Holm insists he is not looking for a forum to illuminate people about what he calls the “calamity of errors” that banished him behind bars for a crime he says he did not commit.
The 1998 and ’99 Minnesota state champion would rather talk about a lifelong dream of competing for the United States, his arm being raised in triumph, his ticket punched to London’s Summer Games as the country’s best 185-pound Greco-Roman wrestler. Continue reading at twincities.com