A new Olympic regional training center in San Luis Obispo will offer freestyle, greco-Roman and collegiate style wrestling training to beginner, intermediate and advanced wrestlers, according to a recent press release. Cal Poly Head Wrestling Coach Jon Sioredas is on a leadership team of five who are spearheading this project under their foundation — Central […]
Cal Poly is hosting the U.S.A. Pentathlon National Qualifying Event on Jan.18 and 19 where top athletes from around the country will compete for the chance to represent Team U.S.A. in the 2020 Olympics. “We are very excited to have the opportunity to host an event of this magnitude on our campus and support potential […]
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