January 19th, 2011 by albevi1234
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Saturday, May 12th 2012
- Open to all ages (5th grade thru Senior Division)
- Folkstyle and Freestyle
- Round-robin style, blocked by age, weight and experience level
For more information visit:
**Please Note: a 2011/12 USA Wrestling Competitor Card will be required to participate… Continue reading
November 5th, 2011 by albevi1234
October 13th, 2011 by albevi1234
Atlanta, Georgia,9 September 2011 – Team Georgia Wresting, the non-profit state affiliate of USA Wrestling, recently announced its partnership with Beat the Streets USA Wrestling program to launch “Beat the Streets-Georgia” (BTSGA) wrestling initiative for students of middle school age boys and girls in Georgia.
Beat the Streets-Georgia, a 501c (3) nonprofit organization has initiated a funding program and will be seeking city, state and national grants as well as private/public resources to manage and maintain the rollout of new programs through 2015.
The Mission of… Continue reading
September 7th, 2011 by albevi1234
Ohio Colleges Beat the Streets in Columbus
Nine Schools will participate in the inaugural BTS – Fall Clinic Series
Kevin Schlosser; www.buckeyewrestling.com
The concept behind USA Wrestling’s Beat the Streets movement is simple, to promote wrestling in the local community while making a positive impact in the lives of the wrestlers they work with. To accomplish that mission they provide quality coaching and mentorship while creating opportunities to for wrestlers to train and compete. With those directives in mind the Columbus, Ohio Beat the Streets… Continue reading
July 25th, 2011 by albevi1234
By Beat the Streets USA
Brute Wrestling has donated over 3,400 singlets, 1,740 ear guards and 500 wrestling shoes to the Beat the Streets USA program.
The Brute donation, valued at up to $125,000, provides essential equipment to newly created programs, which are vitally necessary to launch a new program.
The mission of the Beat the Streets program is to expand wrestling by nationalizing the sport into every major city in America.
The 2010 U.S. census reflects the growth of the… Continue reading
July 16th, 2011 by albevi1234
Henry has been a strong supporter of the Beat the Streets initiative and considers himself a “Beat the Streets Wrestler” in many of his interviews with the media.
Please post on your individual Beat the Streets websites and encourage all the kids, coaches and parents to vote for Henry.
Wrestling needs more media attention and our national personalities can help us getting there. BMW is a Olympic Sponsors and will be running commercials for the build-up to the 2012 Olympics.
We need a wrestler to be on these powerful marketing tools that brings validity to the sport. … Continue reading
May 23rd, 2011 by albevi1234
For Olympic champion Henry Cejudo, wrestling was a way up, and out.
“I was one of the Beat the Streets kids. Not necessarily here in New York, but I was a “beat the streets” in Phoenix. What I mean by that is that I was a kid that had to beat the streets before the, before the streets beat me, ” said Cejudo, 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist – Freestyle Wrestling.
And coach Bobby Douglas says “Beat the Streets” is making a measurable impact.
“If you take 8000 kids off the streets, you eliminate… Continue reading
May 23rd, 2011 by albevi1234
Beat the Streets Clinic featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Beat the Streets Philadelphia sponsored a youth clinic at the Shops at Liberty Place in Center City Philadelphia on Thursday March 11, 2011. The clinic was run by Current University of Pennsylvania Assistant Coach and 2x NCAA Division I Champion Matt Valenti. Kids from Wissahickon Charter School were in attendance for the event. The event would not have… Continue reading
March 22nd, 2011 by albevi1234
Roger Moore, NCAA.com
Beat the Streets event to help youths
The NCAA and the Philadelphia Local Organizing Committee will donate $25,000 to Beat the Streets Philadelphia this week at the Division I Wrestling Championships.
In 2007, the intersection of Kensington Avenue and Somerset Street in Philadelphia was listed as the top “recreational drug” area in the city.
Rocky Balboa, the character played by… Continue reading
March 14th, 2011 by albevi1234
America Needs More Kids Wrestling
Beat the Streets-Chicago sets goals to expand feeder programs for inner city wrestling
By Gary Abbott USA Wrestling 02/18/2011
Wrestling leaders in Chicago have announced a re-launch of the Beat the Streets Chicago program with a focus on growth and expansion.
Beat the Streets-Chicago is dedicated to teaching the youth of Chicago the benefits of wrestling and how they apply to success in the classroom, community and personal… Continue reading