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Distinguished Member Andy Rein's Appalachian Trail Thru Hike Begins

Distinguished Member Andy Rein is lacing up his hiking boots for an extraordinary cause, supporting the Hall of Fame's Power Beyond endowment campaign by embarking on the challenging thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail.

National Wrestling Hall of Fame Big Match Breakdown

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame hosted Big Match Breakdown at the NCAA championships fan event.

Don't miss hearing Eric Larkin of Arizona State and Jared Lawrence of Minnesota diving deep into their iconic 149-pound final from the 2003 NCAA Championships.

National Girls High School Rankings Feature Three New No. 1 Wrestlers

There are three new No. 1 ranked wrestlers in the March rankings: Aubre Krazer of Pennsylvania (130), Bella Williams of Oklahoma (135) and Sydney Perry of Illinois (145).

Voting Open for WIN Magazine/Culture House Dan Hodge Trophy, Presented by ASICS

Voting has opened for the 2024 WIN Magazine/Culture House Dan Hodge Trophy, presented by ASICS

The five finalists are Aaron Brooks, Greg Kerkvliet, Levi Haines and Carter Starocci of Penn State and Parker Keckeisen of Northern Iowa.

The Man Who Wrestled Global Hunger To The Ground

Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Norman Borlaug wrestled for Cresco High School in Iowa and for the University of Minnesota.

Dr. Borlaug was honored as an Outstanding American by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1992.

Penn State Wins 2024 NCAA DI Championship

Penn State University won its third-straight NCAA team title and the 11th title in the last 13 years. The Nittany Lions put a team-record six athletes into the finals and finished the night with four champions.

Melody and Ron Domanico Join Hall of Fame Board of Governors

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that its Board of Governors has unanimously approved Melody Domanico (Atlanta) and Ron Domanico (Atlanta) to join the Board of Governors.

Final National Girls High School Team Rankings

The top two teams have remained the same since February, with No. 1 Wyoming Seminary (Pennsylvania) and No. 2 Toppenish High School (Washington) followed by No. 3 is Allen High School (Texas), No. 4 Cleveland High School and No. 5 SLAM Academy.

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