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Week  1 - Feb. 27 - Mon. RTC - Spencer Adams - Bellermine U.

  •  42 kids from Providence, Jeff, Male High School, Floyd Central

Week 2 - Monday March 6  RTC - TBA


Week 3 -        

        March 15 - RTC - Chad Red Sr. owner of Red Cobra Wrestling Academy


Week 4/5 SPRING BREAK - workouts will be TBA


Week 6 

          April 5 - Wed  @ JHS  6-7:30 RTC - Aaron Johnson - Pan Am Games Champion - National Guard

week 7

           April 12 - Wednesday @ JHS  6-7:30 RTC - Chris Lytle - UFC LEGEND


Week 8  

           Fri/Sat. 21-22 - Mike DeRohen - Wisconsin Platteville  Head Wrestling and Strength Coach


Week 9

         April 26 - Wednesday @ JHS  6-7:30 RTC - Matt Lamb - WCAP/National Guard


Week 10  - ISWA Coaches and Kids clinic all week!!!!!

        May 1 - 10 Monday 3:30-5 @ Parkview MS - Momir Petrovic - Olympic and World Champion

  • Tuesday - 2:45-4:30@JHS - Momir Petrovic - Olympic and World Champion

  • Wednesday @ JHS  6-7:30 RTC - Momir Petrovic - Olympic and World Champion

  • Thursday @JHS 2:45-4:30 - Momir Petrovic - Olympic and World Champion

            Friday 9am @JHS  - Momir Petrovic - Olympic and World Champion


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questions? 812-786-2308

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Nice work tonight to the 30+ wrestlers from providence, jeffersonville, male and assorted middle schools- nick hull ran a great room and made a some great folkstule to freestyle analogies



Next Wednesday night- Chad Red!

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60+ for Chad Red a few weeks ago - awesome time!! Kids from 6 schools.


Tomorrow we are back at it with Aaron Johnson

 - Pan Am Grappling champ

- National Guardsman

- current USAW Grappling World Team member

- multiple time HS state place winner in IN and PA

-wrestled at Universityof Indianapolis


time to be posted shortly

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awesome clinic last night - all grappling and the links between the two disciplines - 37 kids from Jeffersonville and Providence


next week - RTC will be Friday night and Saturday morning - with Mike DeRohen of Wisconsin Plattesville - 2 kettlebell workouts - 2 Greco workouts and lots of live wrestling

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there will be NO RTC TONIGHT 4/26


We will have OPEN RTC EVERY DAY NEXT WEEK W/ Olympic Gold Medalist, World Champion - MOMIR PETKOVIC


This is brought to you by the ISWA, and the MARINES 


Momir Petković (born 21 July 1953) is a Serbian Olympic wrestling champion.

Wrestling career[edit]

Momir Petković was a 1976 Olympic gold medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling in Montreal, competing for the former Yugoslavia at 82 kg. He also claimed three World silver medals (1978, 1979, 1981) and a World bronze medal (1977) during his career. Petkovic placed fourth in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Calif. Momir was revered for his majestic mustache which gave him great power. His competitive international Greco-Roman career spanned from 1970–1984

As a coach[edit]

Petković joined USA Wrestling as its Assistant National Greco-Roman Coach in May 2002. He assists in the training and recruitment of athletes for the U.S. Olympic Training Center resident athlete program. He also works on a variety of Greco-Roman National Team projects.

He was a member of the 2000 U.S. Greco-Roman Olympic Team coaching staff, as well as the 2001 U.S. Greco-Roman World Team Coaching staff. The United States placed a strong third at both competitions, among what is considered the best Greco-Roman team performances in U.S. history.

He has on occasion trained mixed martial arts fighters the likes of Matt Lindland and BJ Penn. BJ credited Momir with helping him defeat Matt Hughes at UFC 46 for the UFC Welterweight Championship.

“Momir is the toughest man I have ever met, what a great coach and role model” -Matt Lindland

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