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16th International Ringer Camp:
May 13-16, Berlin. Free mat time and six training sessions hosted by
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» San Diego WC Tournament:
April 21-23, San Diego. Freestyle practices and tournament hosted by
San Diego Wrestling Club.
Pride and Liberty Tournament:
Saturday, June 11, Philadelphia. Freestyle event hosted by
Spartan Wrestling Club.
30th annual Don Jung Memorial Tournament:
Saturday, Sept. 24, San Francisco. Freestyle event hosted by Golden Gate Wrestling Club.
Sin City Shootout Tournament:
January 13-15, 2017, Las Vegas. Freestyle and grappling clinic and tournaments hosted by
Southern California Wrestling Club.
Join us in Paris in 2018!
Gay Games X
in 2018 will be in the beautiful city of Paris, with the wrestling and grappling tournaments occuring
August 5 through 7.
| Abram 'Alex' Ostrovskiy, 1932-2016
WWB Hall of Merit member Abram 'Alex' Ostrovskiy, who during the 2002 Gay Games
in Sydney officiated and coached Golden Gate WC, died in his sleep in mid-April. Our condolences to his
family and all whose lives he blessed. You can read more here.
Wrestling is the only sport to be
officially sanctioned in every Gay Games starting in 1982, and WWB member Paris-Lutte will be the host club
for the quadrennial tournament. Opening day clinics will be followed by tournament events in freestyle and grappling.
Registration is expected to open
in May with a special Early Bird Discount. The special early registration fee is expected to be available
online from May 13 to May 31; after that, fees will go up on a regular basis throughout the rest of the
For the latest information on the event,
visit the Paris Gay Games website.
Melbourne Wranglers join WWB
Sydney’s Harbour City Silverbacks were feeling very energized by their experiences wrestling in
recent Gay Games and tournaments in San Francisco. But they also were feeling very isolated and
regretting that there wasn’t another LGBT wrestling club in Australia with who they could share
the joys and challenges of training and competing.
So, being wrestlers, they set out to change all of that.
This month, the newly created
joined Wrestlers WithOut Borders. How the Wranglers came into existence is a story of
Read the full story here.
Wrestlers WithOut Borders is a proud member of