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5:00 PM to 5:30 PM
High School Weigh-ins [Freede Center]
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6:00 PM to 6:30 PM
High School Tournament Seeding
Challenges [Liticker Center]
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday, March 28
High School Preliminaries to Semifinals–
Championship Bracket Only [Mats 1–6]
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
High School Preliminaries to
Consolation Bracket Only [Mats 1–6]
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Trish Saunders Technique Clinic presented
by Body Bar Systems
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
High School Semifinals–
Championship Bracket Only [Mats 1–2]
1:00 PM 2:30 PM
High School Quarterfinals to Medal
Consolation Bracket Only [Mats 1–6]
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
On-site Elementry/Middle School Registration
4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Elementry/Middle School Weigh-ins
(See Weigh-in Procedures)
5:00 PM to 5:30 PM
USA Women’s Freestyle World Team vs
WCWA All–Stars Duals [Mat 1]
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Parade of High School All-Americans [Mat 1]
7:30 PM to 7:45 PM
High School Championships [Mat 1]
7:45 PM to 9:15 PM
High School Awards
9:15 PM to Conclusion
Sunday, March 29
Elementry/Middle School Preliminaries to
Completion and Awards [Mat 1-6]
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Sessions and schedule subject to change
FOR SPECIFIC EVENT PROCEDURES OR SCHEDULING,
CONTACT USA WRESTLING NATIONAL EVENTS
AT (719) 598–8181.
OKLAHOMA WOMEN AND GIRL WRESTLER'S / COACHES & PARENTS
Oklahoma USA Wrestling is in the process of forming our 4th
spring/summer State Women's Wrestling Team open to all age divisions.
If you are a female and only want to wrestle other female's, here is
Membership would require that you be a USA Wrestling Card Holder .You would be eligible to participate in various events and tournaments throughout the season. Women's Nationals Tournament will be held in Fargo, ND at the same time as the Cadet and Junior Nationals in July. Oklahoma is going to try and take a team to Fargo to wrestle at the Female Nationals Duals this year. In 2009 we look forward to being able to have a team represent Oklahoma at that event. We would also go to USGWA Oklahoma State Championships in March and USA/Fila Nationals in March In Oklahoma and other all girl tournaments through-out the season. .It is still early in the season, and the team is just forming. We need all interested athletes and coaches. Our participation depends upon your interest.
Wouldn't you like to be a part of this opportunity for women in our state?
There are many opportunities for female wrestlers in Collage and beyond. Collages are offering scholarships for female wrestlers. The Olympics has female wrestling and there are many opportunities to make team USA in competitions throughout the US.
Oklahoma USA Wrestling needs you! If you are interested in being a part of this team, contact our State Women's Director
602 Highland Circle
Woodward , Oklahoma
H: 580-254-3668 C:580-254-0942
This will be the hardest sport you have ever tried but will be the most rewarding sport you will ever have a chance to participate in.
There's a new national sports trend all across the USA and around the world. Thousands of young women are joining the 'world's oldest and greatest sport. People everywhere are learning that wrestling is for girls.
This sport, practiced in humankind's earliest civilizations, and showcased in both the ancient and modern Olympics, is becoming popular with girls and women. The thrill of one-on-one competition, along with the personal benefits that wrestling offers, are now available to women everywhere.
With so many activities available to young women today, why wrestling? Perhaps, a better question might be, why shouldn't women enjoy wrestling? Everything that makes wrestling one of the most popular sports for boys also makes it a great sport for girls. The reasons to wrestle are compelling and exciting.
ANYBODY CAN WRESTLE
Wrestling is a safe, fun and challenging activity for everybody, regardless of height, weight or physical attributes. The whole family can take part: brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, moms and dads. Consider these benefits offered by wrestling:
Self esteem and confidence
Health and fitness
Fun and challenge
Discipline and dedication
Team and individual competition
Life skills and personal lessons
WHY USA WRESTLING?
USA Wrestling is the national governing body for wrestling in the United States. It is involved in all wrestling outside of the high school and college systems. This organization hosts competitions for athletes of all ages all across the nation. USA Wrestling has thousands of volunteers and a national staff dedicated to serving its members. Women's wrestling is one of the fastest growing segments of the sport.
HOW DO YOU GET INVOLVED?
Join a club - USA Wrestling clubs are available in many communities. Coaches, parents and volunteers come together to provide training and competition opportunities for young people. Contact your USA Wrestling state chairperson, or visit usawrestling.org for more information.
Compete at a local tournament - USA Wrestling has 49 state associations, all which provide local and state level competition for athletes. Many states have started a series of women's wrestling tournaments, as well. Contact your USA Wrestling state chairperson, or visit usawrestling.org for more information.
Compete at a USA Wrestling Regional or National event - USA Wrestling sponsors major women's wrestling events, including four National Championships and a number of Regional competitions on selected age levels.
Attend a wrestling clinic or camp - Wrestling coaches often offer clinics or wrestling camps for young people. Summer wrestling camps are very popular, and many camps have special programs and instruction for girls.
TRAINING AND COMPETITION
Wrestling, like many martial arts and contact sports, has a tradition of co-ed training opportunities. In Kids wrestling programs, boys and girls often practice and compete against in each other. In many states, girls join their junior high and high school wrestling teams and practice and compete with boys. Many club programs provide girls and boys a chance to practice and learn together. USA Wrestling allows girls to compete against boys if they wish.
However, USA Wrestling also provides a women-only competition structure. As children mature into young people and adults, the physical characteristics of men and women increasingly differ. Women's-only events offer a true test of a female wrestler's skill, experience, strength and conditioning. This is a fair way for girls to challenge themselves against their peers.
THE USA WRESTLING EXPERIENCE
When you get involved with USA Wrestling, you may have the chance to:
Improve yourself as a wrestler
Travel and visit new places
Learn more about the sport outside of your school and community
Make friends and develop lifelong memories
Test yourself against other female wrestlers your age
Experience other cultures and compete against other nations
USA WRESTLING AGE LEVELS FOR WOMEN
Kids (14 and under)
FILA Cadet (15-17 years old)
FILA Junior (17-20 years old)
University (18-24 years old, must have graduated high school
Senior (17 and older)
Each year, USA Wrestling hosts a National Championships for women on the FILA Cadet, FILA Junior, University and Senior levels. Wrestlers who earn places in these tournaments are considered USA Wrestling All-Americans. This is the highest level of achievement in USA Wrestling's age group programs.
Each year, FILA, the international wrestling federation, hosts World Wrestling Championships for women. Currently, there are two World Championships, the Senior World Championships and the FILA Junior World Championships. USA Wrestling conducts a World Team Trials at each level to determine the athletes who will represent the United States at the World Championships.
WOMEN'S TEAM USA
Women's Team USA includes the best women wrestlers in the nation, members of the USA Wrestling Senior national team. The top three competitors in each of the six international weight classes qualify for Team USA. They receive monthly stipends and training and competition support, and receive instruction from USA Wrestling's national coaching staff. These are American wrestling heroes, the best we have to offer.
AMERICAN WRESTLING HEROES
Tricia Saunders, 4x World Champion - A wrestling champion competing against boys in National Kids programs, this Michigan native left the sport to become a gymnast as a teenager. After college, when women's international wrestling was started, Tricia returned to wrestling and became America's greatest star. She was America's first World Champion, and has won the most World titles.
Sandra Bacher, 1999 World Champion - A world-class judo player, Sandy first tried wrestling in 1995 as an adult and quickly became the national champion. She improved every year, winning a 1997 World silver medal and a 1998 World bronze medal. In 1999, she rocked the world, becoming America's second World Champion. Sandy has competed in three Olympics in judo, but it is in wrestling that she became the best in the world.
Kristie Marano, 2000 World Champion - A member of a wrestling family from New York, and also a talented judo athlete, Kristie made her first U.S. World Team as a high school student. After winning four straight World silver medals, Kristie broke through with an outstanding performance to win the 2000 World title.
Shannon Williams Yancey, 4x World silver medalist - Shannon was the daughter of a wrestling coach and a member of her California high school team at a time when few girls wrestled. She was one of the first pioneers of women's wrestling in the nation, and won numerous medals for the USA. She is now a high school wrestling coach, and was an assistant coach for the Women's Senior World Team.
WRESTLING, A FAMILY SPORT
Wrestling can truly include the entire family. Brothers and sisters can compete in the sport, starting in Kids programs and moving through the school system. Mothers and fathers can participate as coaches, officials, volunteers and fans, while supporting the efforts of their children. When you go to compete in a wrestling event, bring the entire family and let them enjoy the great sport of wrestling.
Oklahoma USA Wrestling looks forward to seeing you soon!!!
Team Oklahoma 11/20/08
Oklahoma girls news updated 10/22/08
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2008 - 2009 USA Wrestling - Women's - Event Schedule
|December 8-20, 2008||National Team Training #1 - December International Camp||OTC|
|January 7-11, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #2||OTC|
|January 4-17, 2009||National TeamTraining #2 - Winter Camp||OTC|
|18-Jan-09||USA / Foreign Dual @ Div. 1 - Dual Meet #2 - West - Oregon State / Iowa State @ Oregon State||Corvallis, OR|
|24-Jan-09||Guelph International||Guelph, Ontario, CAN|
|25-Jan-09||USA / Foreign Dual @ Div. 1 - Dual Meet #3 - Midwest - Iowa / Illinois @ Iowa||Iowa City, IA|
|January 30-31, 2009||Nordhagen Jr/Sr Classic||Calgary, Alberta CAN|
|January 25- February 8, 2009||National Team Training #3 - Schultz International Camp/Competition||OTC|
|31-Jan-09||U.S. Women's College Wrestling National Championships||Missouri Valley|
|February 1- 8, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #3||OTC|
|February 5-8, 2009||Schultz International||Colorado Springs, CO|
|February 16-23, 2009||Ukraine Tour - World Cup Team (Competition Feb 21-22, 2009)||UKR|
|22-Feb-09||USA / Foreign Dual @ Div. 1 - Dual Meet #4 - Midwest - Oklahoma State / Oklahoma @ Oklahoma State||Stillwater, OK|
|February 23- March 9, 2009||ITALY / BELARUS TOUR - Sr Tour (ITA Comp Feb 28-29, BLR Comp March 6-8)||ITA / BLR|
|March 12-14, 2009||Spring Coaches Clinic - Wm Directors||Colorado Springs, CO|
|March 8-16, 2009||National Team Training #4 - World Cup Camp||OTC|
|March 16-23, 2009||WM World Cup Tour - (Competition March 21-22, 2009)||CHN|
|March 27-29, 2009||High School Folkstyle National Championship||Oklahoma City University|
|April 1-5, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #5||OTC|
|April 7-8, 2009||Western Jr Regional||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|April 8-9, 2009||USA Sr Nationals||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|April 23-26, 2009||University Nationals / University World Team Trials||Akron, Ohio|
|April 23-26, 2009||Senior - Pan-Am Championship||Peten, GUA|
|April 29 - May 10, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #6 - Body Bar TrainingCamp||OTC|
|May 1-2, 2009||Body Bar Nationals (Age group, FILA Cadet, FILA Jr)||OTC|
|8-May-09||Foreign - FILA Jr Individual Cup||OTC|
|9-May-09||Foreign - FILA Jr Dual Cup||OTC|
|May 15-17, 2009||Northern Plains Regional (Sr Final World Team Trial Qualifier)||Waterloo, IA|
|May 26 - June 6, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #7 - German Grand Prix - May 29-31, 2009 (Cadets)(University / College Natl Champ)||Dormagen, GER|
|June 3-8, 2009||Olympic Development Camp #8||OTC|
|May 26- June 9, 2009||National Team Training #5 - World Team Trial International Camp||OTC|
|June 12-14, 2009||Sr World Team Trials||TBD|
|June 19-21, 2009||Jr Pan-Am Championships||Guadalajara, MEX|
|June 21-July 3, 2009||FILA Jr World Team Training Camp #1 & Olympic Development Camp #9||OTC|
|July 2-10, 2009||National Team Training #6 - World Team Camp #1 @ (Canada Cup / Camp July 3-4)||Guelph, Ontario, CAN|
|Attendees: Sr World / NMU / OTC / FILA Jr not in Fargo or on FILA Jr World Team / University to Spain|
|July 3-4, 2009||Canada Cup||Guelph, Ontario, CAN|
|July 8-13, 2009||Grand Prix of Spain||Madrid, Spain|
|July 11-21, 2009||FILA Jr World Team Training Camp #2 & Competition||Fargo, North Dakota|
|July 12-17, 2009||All-American Camp - Fargo Jr National Camp||Fargo, North Dakota|
|July 18-25, 2009 (19-21)||Wm Jr Nationals||Fargo, North Dakota|
|July 18-25, 2009 (19-21)||Wm Jr Duals||Fargo, North Dakota|
|July 25-30, 2009||FILA Jr World Team - Pre-Worlds Training Camp #3 & Olympic Development Camp #10||OTC|
|July 31- August 8, 2009||FILA Jr World Championships||Konwa, Turkey|
|August 2-15, 2009||National Team Training #7 - World Team Camp #2 - (Poland Cup Competition Aug 12-14) - World Team||Warsaw, POL|
|August 3-8, 2009||All-American Camp - FILA Cadet Pan-Am Camp - USOEC||NMU|
|August 12-14, 2009||Poland Cup||Warsaw, POL|
|August 14-16, 2009||Cadet Pan-Am Championships||Managua, Nicaragua|
|August 26- September 9, 2009||National Team Training #8 - World Team Camp #3 & Olympic Development Camp #11||OTC|
|September 13-22, 2009||National Team Training #9 - World Team Camp #4||Germany / AUS|
|September 23-25, 2009||Senior World Championships|