100% of proceeds raised by poster sales donated to Keep Olympic Wrestling fund
Minneapolis, MN – J Robinson Intensive Camps is a proud supporter of the 2020 Vision|Keep the Dream Alive movement to save Olympic wrestling. Upon hearing about wrestling being cut from the Olympics, the staff at J Robinson Intensive Camps wanted to take part in the fight to save the Olympics’ oldest sport. Continue reading
Jesse Kipka wrestled in the State Tournament for Foley and is a 1998 graduate.
On February 8th, 2013 everything changed for former Foley wrestler Jesse Kipka and his family. Jesse went to work as a Sherburne County Correctional Officer and was brutally attacked by three inmates. Continue reading
Young wrestlers who’d like to get some coaching from a group of former state champions, while helping to get wrestling re-instated as an Olympic sport, should check out the “2020 Vision” camp being organized by two Spectrum co-captains. Continue reading at erstarnews.com
Information about the camp.
The Rochester Community and Technical College wrestling program will be holding an Alumni Pig Roast on May 18th at 2:00 PM. This event is for current and past RCTC wrestlers, friends, and family. If you would like information on the event please contact Coach Randy Rager: email@example.com or 507-990-1893. Information is also located on the RCTC Facebook page.
100% of proceeds from sale of Olympic wrestler posters will go to help save Olympic Wrestling
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – J Robinson Intensive Camps is proud to lead the way in the fight to help save Olympic Wrestling. Posters of past Olympic wrestlers will be for sale on the J Robinson Intensive Camps website, with 100% of all proceeds going to the Keep Wrestling in the Olympics fund that is set up through USA Wrestling, the governing body of wrestling in the United States. More information about the movement can be found at www.keepwrestlingintheolympics.com. Continue reading