Sep 9, 2016
With the Olympic championships won by Kyle Snyder and Helen
Maroulis, there is no shortage of people who helped them attain
those goals. Two of those individuals will join us today on Episode
33 of the World Wrestling Resource Podcast -- Ohio State head
wrestling coach Tom Ryan and Sunkist Kids women's coach and River
Falls (Wis.) High School coach Kevin Black.
Black, an All-American at Wisconsin, has been a multiple-time World team coach and a past USA Women's Coach of the Year. Ryan is Snyder's head coach at Ohio State, while Black has trained Maroulis for a number of years.
Both coaches talk about their secondary roles behind more visible coaches like Lou Rosselli and Valentin Kalika, at least in the international wrestling sense. They also talk about how each athlete's faith has impacted their careers was well.
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