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Wrestling For Gold Initiative

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Wrestling For Gold Initiative

Wrestling For Gold Initiative

What Is The Wrestling For Gold Initiative?

Wrestling for Gold Initiative’s collaborative efforts include:

– Uniting the World Police and Fire Games (WPFG) wrestlers throughout the United States

– Organizing training and practice efforts for athletes preparing for upcoming WPFG competitions

– Location administrative, logistical, and coaching experts to build the capacity of the WPFG Wrestling Team from across the United States.

Wrestling For Gold Initiative

What Is The Wrestling For Gold Initiative?

Wrestling for Gold Initiative’s collaborative efforts include:

– Uniting the World Police and Fire Games (WPFG) wrestlers throughout the United States

– Organizing training and practice efforts for athletes preparing for upcoming WPFG competitions

– Location administrative, logistical, and coaching experts to build the capacity of the WPFG Wrestling Team from across the United States.

World Police and Fire Games

What Are The World Police And Fire Games?

Only slightly smaller in athletic participation than the Summer Olympic Games, the World Police and Fire Games is a biennial Olympic-style athletic event, open to active and retired law enforcement and fire service personnel throughout the world. WPFG competitions regularly attracts approximately 10,000 entrants, participating in over 60 different sporting events over the two week WPFG period.

World Police and Fire Games

How do the Police And Fire Games Relate To Wrestling For Gold And AGSA?

The partnership between the WPFG and AGSA is aimed towards areas of collaboration and coordination to support Americans who endeavor to represent their country in upcoming World Police and Fire Games Competitions.

World Police and Fire Games

What Are The World Police And Fire Games?

Only slightly smaller in athletic participation than the Summer Olympic Games, the World Police and Fire Games is a biennial Olympic-style athletic event, open to active and retired law enforcement and fire service personnel throughout the world. WPFG competitions regularly attracts approximately 10,000 entrants, participating in over 60 different sporting events over the two week WPFG period.

World Police and Fire Games

How do the Police And Fire Games Relate To Wrestling For Gold And AGSA?

The partnership between the WPFG and AGSA is aimed towards areas of collaboration and coordination to support Americans who endeavor to represent their country in upcoming World Police and Fire Games Competitions.

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