Jordan Burroughs Wrestling Camp!

October - 23 - 2011

World Champ Jordan Burroughs Featured at Wrestling Camp

World  Champion wrestler, Jordan Burroughs, will be appearing in a wrestling camp at  Norwalk High School, courtesy of High Altitude Wrestling.

Burrough, a  native of Sicklervville, NJ., has had a remarkable year, peaking as the only  American to win a gold medal in men’s freestyle at the 2011 World Championships  in Istanbul, Turkey. He is the first U.S.  World Champion in men’s freestyle since Bill Zadick. He won the title by beating 2010 World Silver Medalist Sadegh Goudarzi of  Iran in the finals.

Burroughs  won his second NCAA National Title for Nebraska in March and, later, received  the Hodge Trophy as Wrestler of the Year.

Adding to  his credentials the year are a Midlands Championship, winning a title at the  U.S. Open and winning the World Team Trials. He is also the first U.S. wrestler  since Stephen Neal in 1999 to win NCAA and world titles in the same year.

For more  information on the November 6th “World Champ” Wrestling Camp at  Norwalk High School, contact Chad Tunink at 641-757-1287, or

Article Written By: Wyatt Schultz of The Predicament