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Short Time Wrestling Podcast

Hosted by Hall of Fame and award-winning wrestling broadcaster and journalist Jason Bryant, Short Time brings you the most relevant topics in wrestling with news, reviews, previews and interviews with the top names from Olympic-level, college and high school wrestling. Short Time is outfitted by Compound Clothing and is produced by Mat Talk Online.
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Now displaying: April, 2014
Apr 28, 2014
In this episode of Short Time … … we get an update on some of the coaching moves around the country as Campbell will soon announce 1997 World silver medalist Cary Kolat as the program’s next head coach. LINK: Kolat expected to be announced as new Campbell head coach We also get an update from the recently completed Asian Senior Championships held in Astana, Kazakstan last week. There were strong showings by Iran, Japan and Kazakhstan. LINK: Asian Senior Wrestling Championships Our guest is Rick Read More +
Apr 25, 2014
As a 17-year-old, California high school sophomore Aaron Pico decided to forego high school competition and focus strictly on training in freestyle wrestling. Now a represented athlete and sponsored by Nike, Pico recently won his second U.S. FILA Junior National Championship by dominating the field in Las Vegas at 66kg/145.5 pounds. Pico visits Short Time to talk about his decision to train full-time, leaving high school wrestling behind, traveling the world with coach Valentin Kalika and what he expects to do on the senior level Read More +
Apr 15, 2014
After finishing his Penn State wrestling career with two NCAA championships, four finals appearances and two Dan Hodge trophies, David Taylor now sets his sights on World and Olympic glory. In this edition of Short Time, Taylor talks about his journey to Penn State, what it was like working with teammate Ed Ruth, the presence of the Nittany Lion Wrestling Club as well as discussing topics about unionization and paying college athletes. Taylor also answers questions about his toughest opponents going back to high school Read More +
Apr 11, 2014
In this episode of Short Time … TheOpenMat.com’s Jason Bryant talks with the enigmatic, exciting and unpredictable Eric Grajales. Grajales finished his career at Michigan finishing third at the 2014 NCAA Division I Championships at 149 pounds. The Brandon, Fla., native talks about his career, how he adapted to the Division I scene and what it was finally like to break through and become an All-American. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS for podcasting program
Apr 10, 2014
In this episode of Short Time … TheOpenMat.com’s Jason Bryant joins the conference call to introduce the new head wrestling coach at Arizona State, Larry “Zeke” Jones. Jones, previously the head freestyle coach for the U.S. National Team based in Colorado Springs, talks about what it’ll be like getting back into college wrestling and his expectations for his new program. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS for podcasting program
Apr 4, 2014
Washington native Conner Hartmann became just the second All-American in Duke wrestling history after finishing fifth at 197 pounds at the 2014 NCAA Division I Championships in Oklahoma City. Hartmann also holds the distinction of being the highest placing unseeded wrestler in the event, which became even more notable because the tournament expanded seeding to 16 wrestlers per weight. Short Time’s Jason Bryant talks with Hartmann about how he ended up at Duke, his run through the NCAA championships and how a tough weight class Read More +
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