Sick Nasty Freestyle Club in Front Royal VA is hosting a freestyle clinic with Coach Fittery, Coach Sanjaa, and David Terao on April 17th.
Find times, location, and online registration at: https://www.wrestlehawk.com/camp/camp.php?ek=167
This camp will incorporate everything from new technique to drilling to live wrestling. Coach Fittery runs a high paced room and you will learn new tweaks and techniques that will be able to use right away in competition. Coach Steve Fittery ~ 150-20 College Record ~ 4x NCAA All-American ~ 4x Academic All-American ~ 2x Midlands Champ ~ EIWA Champ ~ PSAC Champ Coach Ganbayar Sanjaa is a two-time All-American. David Terao entered the NCAA Championship with an at-large bid and finished 4th this year at the NCAA Division 1 Championship.
Finishing as American University's first top-four placewinner since 2011, senior captain David Terao captured fourth place at the 2016 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships held at Madison Square Garden. He went 29-7 this season and 130-38 over his college career.
Ganbayar Sanjaa was a two-time All-American as a competitor at American University. Sanjaa placed sixth at the NCAA Championships in 2012 after a season that saw him go 25-6 at 157 pounds. He placed second at the Midlands Championships, participated in the NWCA All-Star Classic and finished third at the EIWA Championships.
In 2011, Sanjaa took fourth in the NCAA Championships after a 26-8 mark. He defeated four ranked opponents over the course of that season and took second at the Keystone Classic. Sanjaa also earned Academic All-American honors from the NWCA.
Before transferring to American, Sanjaa competed for Colby Community College and won the 2009 NJCAA National Championship and was a finalist in 2010. He was a two-time NJCAA Academic All-American and earned the Sportsmanship Award at the NJCAA National Tournament.
Steve Fittery was a former standout collegiate wrestler at both Shippensburg University and American University. While at American, Fittery enjoyed a standout career both academically and athletically. At American, Fittery was a two-time All-American finishing third in 2011 and fifth in 2010. He was named the American University Male Athlete of the Year in 2011. Fittery was the 2011 EIWA Champion and a two-time Midlands Champion. Prior to his career at American, Fittery spent several seasons at Shippensburg. While competing for the Red Raiders, he was a two-time NCAA Division II National Runner-up. He was named the Shippensburg Freshman-Athlete of the Year in 2007 and the Shippensburg Male-Athlete of the Year in 2008. He was the 2008 PSAC Champion and was a two-time East Region Champion. Most impressive, Fittery was a four-time First Team Academic All-American during his career as a student-athlete at both Shippensburg and American. Having spent time coaching at the collegiate level, Fittery also brings with him a strong camp and youth coaching background. During High School, Fittery was a two-time Pennsylvania state place-winner at Cocalico.
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