The Pennsylvania Regional Training Center, in conjunction with the freshly relaunched Wrestlers in Business Network Philadelphia chapter, is excited to announce Summit 1, a 15-match card scheduled for January 29. The event, which will stream live via the PRTC’s Rokfin channel, features elite high school, college and Senior-level matchups.
The card’s main event will pit 2017 NCAA champion and three-time NCAA finalist Mark Hall against two-time Indiana All-American Nate Jackson at 86 kg. Hall, who competed collegiately for Penn State, is a 2014 Cadet World champion and two-time Junior World champion. In June, Hall announced his intentions to compete post-collegiately for the PRTC and officially moved to Philadelphia in December.
Jackson is an assistant coach at Princeton and a member of the New Jersey RTC. He is an experienced senior-level athlete with significant success under his belt including a 2019 Alexander Medved International title and runner-up finishes at the 2020 Senior Nationals and the 2019 Dave Schultz Memorial.
More matches will be released in the following weeks leading up to the event.
About the Pennsylvania Regional Training Center
The Pennsylvania RTC (PRTC) is a non-profit organization that is for developmental and senior-level wrestlers who desire to train in an environment that specializes in the international styles of Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling with the ultimate goal of becoming World and Olympic champions. The PRTC is dedicated to providing our wrestlers with the tools and resources to succeed on and off the wrestling mat.
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About the Wrestlers in Business Network
The Wrestlers in Business Network is a national, non-profit networking group for everyone that is passionate about the sport of wrestling. They are dedicated to advancing careers, businesses, personal growth, and the sport that we all love. Simply put, WIBN uses the common bond of wrestling to achieve great things for all members and the sport.
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