IOWA CITY – Long before this weekend’s Olympic wrestling trials, Jordan Holm helped set the table for success. He qualified his weight class for this summer’s Olympics in Rio, and the wrestlers he recruited to the Minnesota Storm prepared several club members for big performances at the trials.
But Holm was unable to reap the benefits himself. The Northfield native, who now lives and trains in the Twin Cities, was upset Saturday by Ben Provisor in the semifinals of the Greco-Roman 85-kilogram class. Holm then lost in the consolation bracket to Hayden Zillmer of Crosby, ending both his run at the trials and his five-year stint with the U.S. national team. Continue reading at www.startribune.com