2020 Olympic hopeful comes to Liberty to share
story and strategies with young grapplers
The Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Department has announced that accomplished collegiate wrestler Bryce Meredith will be leading two wrestling clinics at Liberty High School on Saturday, November 23. These FREE events will provide both pee-wee and varsity wrestlers opportunities to learn new techniques, get feedback on live wrestling and tips to prepare them to compete at the highest levels to which they aspire, from a seasoned champ and Olympic hopeful.
Bryce Meredith graduated from the University of Wyoming, where he was a leader on the Wyoming Cowboy Wrestling program. He is a four-time High School State Champion, two-time NCAA Division I National Championship finalist, a BIG 12 Conference Champion, a three-time All-American, a four-time Academic All-American and a two-time Athlete of the Year. Meredith currently has his sights set on the 2020 Olympics, and has been bringing his message of discipline, hard work and achieving your goals to clinic attendees.
“Bryce is an undeniable force on the mat and an engaged mentor to young wrestlers,” said Town of Liberty Assistant Recreation Director James Guara. “We’re excited to bring him here to share his story, his grappling style and training tips with the youth of our community, and I think a lot of our young competitors will feel motivated and equipped to chase their own goals after meeting Bryce.”
The first of the two Bryce Meredith clinics will commence at 9:00 a.m. and will be geared toward students in Grades 2-6. The second clinic, geared toward students in Grades 7-12, will begin at Noon and continue until 4:00 p.m. Please try to arrive at Liberty High School 10 to 15 minutes prior to the start of the session you plan to attend.