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Thursday’s Beat the Streets Annual Benefit, titled “Rumble On The River,” brought together the wrestling community for an unforgettable display of the sport and show of support for the mission of our organization. Over 1,400 fans, athletes, and supporters from across the city, country and globe gathered atop Seaport District NYC’s newly opened Pier 17 to watch a wide-ranging exhibition and help BTSNY raise nearly $1.1 Million for the wrestling student-athletes of New York City.

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Six of Beat the Streets' elite wrestlers competed at the 2018 USA Wrestling Women's National Championships in Irving, Texas last week. The tournament, hosted at the Irving Convention Center from May 11-13, featured freestyle competition in five separate age groups: Intermediate, Novice, Schoolgirl, UWW Cadet, and UWW Junior. Representing BTSNY were the contingent of Chloe Cabrera (Sophomore, Truman HS /Cadet), Hailey Cancelleri (Senior, Curtis HS/Junior), Nia Crosdale (Senior, Truman HS/Junior), Natalie Dunn (Sophomore, CSI HS/Cadet), Alessandra Elliott (7th grader, Tottenville/Schoolgirl), and Kai Poux (Sophomore, Brooklyn Tech/Cadet).

Read more: Beat the Streets Earns Three All-American...

Photo Credit: Stephen Alvarado

BTSNY Kids Take On National BTS Chapters, Newtown Sandy Hook Youth Wrestlers, Brooklyn’s Edward R. Murrow HS Battles Bronx’s Harry S. Truman HS in PSAL Girls Championship On Same Mats As Olympic Champions Snyder, Burroughs, Maroulis Later That Evening

NEW YORK --- Beat the Streets is pleased to announce that it will be featuring matches between highly accomplished student-athletes from New York City and visitors from Baltimore, Chicago, Providence, R.I., and Philadelphia at its annual benefit on Thursday at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC, dubbed the “Rumble on the River.” The gala is Beat the Streets’ annual fundraiser that helps provide wrestling equipment and opportunities to 3,000 kids across the five boroughs every year. A total of 15 youth match-ups will be held starting at 2:30 p.m., prior to the NYC PSAL Girls Dual Meet Championships between Brooklyn’s Edward R. Murrow HS and Bronx’s Harry S. Truman HS at 4 p.m. and world-class wrestling matches between members of Team USA, Team Cuba and Team Nigeria beginning at 6.

Several of the matches will also include youngsters from Newtown Youth Wrestling/Sandy Hook, Conn.

The youth competition features the following matchups:

  • 60 lbs., Sara Jacobs (BTSNY/Monsignor Farrell) vs. Gaby Conte (Upstate N.Y./Total Force WC)
  • 76 lbs., Cameron Mayfield (BTSNY/Eagle) vs. Luca Manfredi (Newtown/Sandy Hook, Conn./Newtown Middle School)
  • 95 lbs., Michael Adams (BTSNY/Monsignor Farrell) vs. Lebron Pendles (BTS Baltimore/Guilford)
  • 95 lbs., Nyah Colon (BTSNY/Rocco Laurie) vs. Crystal Saucedo (BTS Chicago/Calmeca Elem.)
  • 115 lbs., Isaias Torres (BTSNY/Upper Ten) vs. Joshua Butler (BTS Chicago/Kenwood Acad.)
  • 115 lbs., Nathaly Pichardo (BTSNY/Inwood) vs. Nayanna Carvalho (BTS Providence/Nathanael Greene)
  • 120 lbs., Terry Adams (BTSNY/Monsignor Farrell) vs. Zimir Rice (BTS Philadelphia/Overbrook HS)
  • 125 lbs., Mitchell Barcus (BTSNY/Eagle) vs. Zaire Crawford (BTS Philadelphia/Belmont Charter)
  • 130 lbs, Carlos Guzman (BTSNY/RKA) vs. David Manjarrez (BTS Chicago/Evergreen)
  • 130 lbs., Alessandra Elliott (BTSNY/Tottenville) vs. Giselle Martinez (BTS Providence/Hope HS)
  • 165 lbs., Demitreus Henry (BTSNY/Grand Street) vs. Ayomide Onajide (BTS Providence/Hope HS)
  • 230 lbs., Jayson Gomez (BTSNY/Eagle) vs. Pablo Tellez (BTS Chicago/Chicago Hope Acad.)
  • 170 lbs., Terrance Parks (BTSNY/St. Benedict’s) vs. Angel Garcia (BTS Philadelphia/Marianna Bracetti Acad.)
  • 65 lbs., Antonio Arguello (Newtown Youth Wrestling/Sandy Hook Elementary) vs. Jake Maddox (Newtown/Sandy Hook/Sandy Hook Elementary)
  • 55 lbs., Eric Bocanegra (BTSNY/Elite Wrestling Acad.) vs. Max Malitzky (Newtown/Sandy Hook/Sandy Hook Elementary)

The PSAL Girls Dual Meet Championships between Edward R. Murrow HS and Harry S. Truman HS follows at 4 p.m. Truman is the top seed and is the returning PSAL Champion, defeating Wingate 43-10 at last year’s BTS Benefit in Times Square. Truman, this year’s Bronx Division champion, defeated Brooklyn Tech 29-25 in the semifinals, and Bryant 33-17 in the quarterfinals. Murrow is the second seed and will be making their first-ever appearance in the PSAL Girls Wrestling Championships. Murrow won the Brooklyn Division championship and defeated Wingate 29-26 in the semifinals and Bronx Science 39-16 in the quarterfinals.

After the youth and PSAL matchups, Olympic and World medalists headline the United States men’s and women’s lineups against Cuba (men) and Nigeria (women). The U.S. men’s roster includes 2016 Olympic champion and two-time World champion Kyle Snyder, 2016 Olympic bronze medalist and 2017 World bronze medalist J’den Cox,two-time World bronze medalist James Green, 2017 World bronze medalist Nick Gwiazdowski, four-time NCAA champion Kyle Dake and three-time NCAA qualifier Josh Rodriguez. The U.S. women include 2016 Olympic gold medalist Helen Maroulis, U23 World Team Member Megan Black and U.S. World Team member Tamyra Mensah-Stock.

Two other U.S. men’s freestyle stars will compete in Super Matches against opponents who are not from Cuba. 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist and four-time World champion Jordan Burroughs will battle two-time World champion and Olympic medalist Frank Chamizo of Italy, and American standout Jordan Oliver challenges two-time Olympic Medalist Toghrul Asgarov of Azerbaijan.

This year will mark the first time that Beat the Streets has held its annual event at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC. In 2013, the event dubbed “The Rumble on the Rails,” was hosted in historic Grand Central Terminal and featured dual meets between Team USA, Russia and Iran. Playing an important role in the international Keep Olympic Wrestling effort, this historic wrestling event gained international media coverage and helped wrestling retain its status on the Olympic Games program.

Coverage will be available live and on-demand exclusively on To access live and on-demand coverage of the Beat the Streets New York City Annual Benefit, visit and become a PRO subscriber. A subscription unlocks access to premium content across the entire FloSports network, as well as the matches from the Beat the Streets program starting at 2:30 p.m. ET on May 17. Watch the event across all screens by downloading the FloSports app on iOS, Roku or Apple TV 4.

This will be the ninth straight year in which a major international-style wrestling competition will be hosted as part of the Beat the Streets Benefit activities. In 2010, an all-star challenge featuring top U.S. wrestlers was held on the USS Intrepid, an aircraft carrier docked on the west side of Manhattan. Times Square has been the venue for the 2011, 2012 and 2014-2017 events.

Tickets as low as $25 are required for entry and can be purchased by visiting, calling 212-777-5702 or emailing Joe DelConte at

The Benefit Celebration at Pier 17 will follow the wrestling competition. This unique and electrifying annual event helps Beat the Streets raise significant funds to further its mission. Whether it’s providing a safe, constructive outlet for our urban youth, fighting childhood obesity, empowering women, or uniting entire nations, wrestling teaches persistence, dedication, and the value of working hard to achieve one’s goals and creates opportunities for personal and universal growth. BTS currently serve over 3,000 student-athletes every year.

2018 Beat the Streets Benefit, “Rumble on the River”
Pier 17/Seaport District NYC, New York City, May 17, 2018

USA Men’s Freestyle Roster to face Cuba
57 kg/125.5 lbs. – Josh Rodriguez, State College, Pa. (Nittany Lion WC)
70 kg/154 lbs – James Green, Lincoln, Neb. (Sunkist Kids/Nebraska WTC)
79 kg/174 lbs. – Kyle Dake, Ithaca, N.Y. (Titan Mercury WC/Finger Lakes WC)
92 kg/189 lbs. – J’den Cox, Columbia, Mo. (Titan Mercury WC/Missouri WF)
97 kg/213 lbs. – Kyle Snyder, Columbus, Ohio (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
125 kg/275 lbs. – Nick Gwiazdowski, Raleigh, N.C. (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack RTC)

Wrestling Schedule
2:30 p.m. – Beat the Streets Youth Exhibition Matches
4 p.m. – New York City Girls Freestyle Dual Meet Championships Finals: Edward R. Murrow HS vs. Harry S. Truman HS
6:00 p.m. – World Class Wrestling to include:

   • Team USA vs. Nigeria in women’s freestyle

57 kg - Helen Maroulis (USA) vs. Odunayo Adekuoroye (Nigeria)
59 kg – Megan Black (USA) vs. Adeniyi Aminat (Nigeria)           
68 kg - Tamyra Stock (USA) vs. Blessing Oborududu (Nigeria)

   • Team USA vs. Cuba in men’s freestyle

57 kg – Josh Rodriguez (USA) vs. Reineri Andreeu Ortega (Cuba)
70 kg – James Green (USA) vs. Franklin Maren Castillo (Cuba)
79 kg – Kyle Dake (USA) vs. Livan Lopez Azcuy (Cuba)
92 kg – J’den Cox (USA) vs. Yurieski Torreblanca Queralta (Cuba)
97 kg – Kyle Snyder (USA) vs. Reineris Salas Perez (Cuba)

125 kg– Nick Gwiazdowski (USA) vs. Yudenny Alapajon Estevez (Cuba)

   • High School Super Match, Patrick Glory vs. Gavin Teasdale (time TBD)
   • Super Match 1 – Jordan Burroughs (USA) vs. Frank Chamizo (ITA)
   • Super Match 2 – Jordan Oliver (USA) vs. Togrul Asgarov (AZE) (time TBD)

Followed by Annual Benefit Celebration, Pier 17

About Beat the Streets
The mission of Beat the Streets is to develop the full potential of the urban youth and to strengthen the culture of New York City wrestling. BTS works directly with the New York City Department of Education in a public-private partnership to bring the life changing sport of wrestling to over 3,000 New York City student-athletes to help them achieve their personal and athletic goals. Through the operation of wrestling programs in middle and high schools in the five boroughs, BTS and the DOE provide a safe, positive atmosphere in which disadvantaged and at-risk youth can learn the essential life lessons of grit, personal responsibility and teamwork, physical fitness and nutrition, and life-long learning. The goal of fostering strong, well-rounded student-athletes is delivered through coaching, after-school programs, life skills workshops, and summer camps. More information can be found at

About USA Wrestling
USA Wrestling is the National Governing Body for the Sport of Wrestling in the United States and, as such, is its representative to the United States Olympic Committee and United World Wrestling, the international wrestling federation. Simply, USA Wrestling is the central organization that coordinates amateur wrestling programs in the nation and works to create interest and participation in these programs. It has over 220,000 members across the nation, boys and girls, men and women of all ages, representing all levels of the sport. Its president is Bruce Baumgartner, and its Executive Director is Rich Bender. More information can be found at


The 2018 Jeff Blatnick Freestyle and Greco State Championships were contested this weekend at SUNY 
Broome Community College in Binghamton, N.Y. and the group of Beat the Streets boys that attended put together an outstanding collective performance. 

Read more: BTSNY Racks Up Top-Three Finishes At...


Raymond Barczak, Jesse Jantzen To Replace Longtime Board of Trustees President Barry, Chairman Mike Novogratz

NEW YORK --- Beat the Streets (BTS) today announced its major award winners in conjunction with Thursday’s Annual Benefit and Gala, as Eric Goldstein, NYC Chief Executive of the Office of School Support Services and member of the BTS Leadership Council, and Kyra Barry, Team Leader for the 2016 US Women's Wrestling Olympic Team and longtime BTS Board of Trustees President, have been named the organization’s Man and Woman of the Year, respectively. They will be honored at Thursday’s Beat the Streets Benefit and Gala, set for Pier 17/Seaport District NYC.

Read more: Eric Goldstein, Kyra Barry Named Beat the...


Over 40 Beat the Streets wrestlers competed this weekend in the USA Wrestling Girls Freestyle States tournament at the Newburgh Armory Center in Newburgh, N.Y. The event served as the first-ever qualifying tournament for the New York State Women’s National Team and one of the first qualifiers for July’s U.S. Marine Corps Cadet/Junior National Championships in Fargo, N.D.

Read more: Beat The Streets Impresses At Girls Freestyle...


Olympic champion Kyle Snyder, Olympic medalist J’den Cox, World medalists James Green and Nick Gwiazdowski lead the USA against Cuba; Jordan Burroughs and Jordan Oliver also in Super Matches

NEW YORK ---Olympic and World medalists headline the United States lineup against Cuba in men’s freestyle for the Beat the Streets Annual Benefit, dubbed the “Rumble on the River,” set for May 17 at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan.

Read more: Snyder, Cox, Green, Gwiazdowski To Lead Team...


Olympic Medalist Livan Lopez, World Medalists Reineris Salas, Alejandro Valdes Among Cuban Stars, Talented U.S. Men’s Freestyle Roster To Be Announced Tomorrow

NEW YORK --- The wrestling federation of Cuba has provided its lineup for the Beat the Streets Annual Benefit, dubbed the “Rumble on the River,” set for May 17 at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan.

Read more: Cuban Men's Freestyle Team To Face Team USA At...


Beat the Streets has announced the names of the 12 student-athletes, coaches and volunteers that will be honored at this year’s Annual Benefit, Rumble On The River, on May 17 at Seaport District NYC's Pier 17.

Read more: Beat The Streets Announces Winners of 2018...


$25 GA Ticket, Patrick Glory vs. Gavin Teasdale High School Supermatch, Special Clinics Featuring Olympian Jake Herbert, Others Highlight Celebration Of Wrestling

NEW YORK --- In keeping with this month’s Beat the Streets Benefit as a celebration of the great sport of wrestling, BTS is pleased to announce three new key elements of the blockbuster event, dubbed “Rumble on the River,” set for May 17 at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan.

Read more: Beat the Streets Announces Special General...

Three-Time World Team Trials Runner-Up Takes On Olympic Gold, Silver Medalist On Night That Includes Gold Medalists Burroughs, Maroulis

NEW YORK --- In what is shaping up to be a “Super” evening of wrestling action, American standout Jordan Oliver, a three-time World Team Trials runner-up, will compete against two-time Olympic Medalist Togrul Asgarov of Azerbaijan in one of two Super Matches scheduled on May 17 in the annual Beat the Streets Benefit at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan.

Read more: Jordan Oliver To Battle Togrul Asgarov At Beat...

Brooklyn served as the epicenter of girls wrestling last weekend (April 21-22) as Beat The Streets hosted the Fifth Annual Gotham City Girls Open at the Pratt Institute Activities Resource Center.

Read more: Fifth Annual Gotham City Girls Open Draws...

(L-R): Alli Ragan, Helen Maroulis, Tamyra Stock (Credit: USA Wrestling)


Three National No. 1-Ranked Athletes To Take On Nigeria In Annual Competition

NEW YORK --- Helen Maroulis, who captured America’s heart by winning gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics, two-time World silver medalist Alli Ragan and U.S. World Team member Tamyra Stock will compete for Team USA against Team Nigeria at the Beat the Streets Annual Benefit May 17 at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan.

Read more: Maroulis, Ragan, Stock To Represent Team USA...


Nearly 20 Beat the Streets student-athletes trekked to East Stroudsburg University this weekend to compete at the 2018 Phil Portuese Northeast Regional Championships. The event served as a qualifier for the largest wrestling competition in the world - the U.S. Marine Corps Cadet & Junior Nationals Championships in Fargo, N.D. this July – and 12 BTSNY wrestlers punched a ticket to Fargo. 

Read more: Beat The Streets Has Strong Showing At...

FloWrestling selected to live stream the highly anticipated event for the fourth consecutive year

NEW YORK -- FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, today announced an agreement with Beat The Streets Wrestling to air its annual Beat The Streets New York City event on Thursday, May 17, at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan. Coverage will be available live and on-demand exclusively on FloWrestling for the fourth consecutive year.

Read more: Beat The Streets and FloSports Partner to Live...


Five-time World and Olympic champion Burroughs will face two-time World champion and Olympic medalist Chamizo in a special showdown; remaining Beat the Streets lineups will be announced shortly

NEW YORK– Two of the greatest wrestlers in the sport, Jordan Burroughs of the United States and Frank Chamizo of Italy, will compete in the headliner super match at the Beat the Streets Annual Benefit May 17 at Pier 17/Seaport District NYC in lower Manhattan. Coverage will be available live and on-demand exclusively on FloWrestling.

Read more: Superstars Jordan Burroughs (USA), Frank...

A national organization to support Beat the Streets city programs around the United States officially launched during the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Cleveland, Ohio (March 15-17).

Read more: Beat the Streets National Launches To Support...


The momentum that Beat the Streets wrestlers created during last week’s Spring Break Training Camp carried over into the weekend as two groups of BTSNY kids took part in a pair of additional training trips in Westchester and Nassau counties before returning to classes.

Read more: BTSNY Visits Nassau CC & GPS Wrestling

While the majority of New York City students were relaxing during Spring Break this week, more than 160 Beat the Streets kids converged on the Bayard-Rustin Education Complex (BREC) in Manhattan to take part in BTSNY’s annual Spring Break Training Camp from April 2-5.

Read more: Beat the Streets Holds Annual Spring Break Camp

Beat the Streets has been selected as one of eight recipients of the 11th Annual NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) Sports Business Society Awards, the NYUSPS Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport announced over the weekend.

Read more: Beat The Streets To Be Honored By NYU

More Articles...

  1. BTSNY Sends Twenty-Five To NHSCA Nationals
  2. Olympic Gold Medalist Helen Maroulis Joins BTSNY Team
  3. 2018 Step Into the Circle Raises $61,000-- a Great Day for Fun and Fundraising!
  4. 44 Junior League Wrestlers Compete in 2018 USAW Youth State Championships
  5. Nigerian Women’s Wrestlers To Compete vs. USA At Beat the Streets Annual Benefit At The Seaport District May 17
  6. Strong Performances at Southern Super Regional Qualify Junior League Wrestlers for Youth States
  7. NYC Wrestlers Make the City Proud at NYS Championships and National Prep Championships
  8. 60 BTSNY Youth Compete in 1st Annual Harlem Jets Tournament
  9. 95 Girls Compete in PSAL Girls State Championships, the First Sanctioned New York Girls State Wrestling Tournament
  10. BTSNY Kids Attend Two Collegiate Duals; One at Columbia, the Other at Lehigh
  11. BTSNY Student-Athletes Head to Columbia for a College Visit
  12. USA men and women's wrestlers to compete at Beat the Streets Benefit at South Street Seaport on May 17
  13. BTSNY Girls Train at USAW Devlopmental Camp
  14. 56 Junior League Wrestlers Take on King and Queen of the Mountaineer Tournament in West Orange
  15. Register for PSAL Girls State Championships, The First of its Kind in New York State
  16. Registration is OPEN for the 2018 Cliff Keen Gotham City Girl’s Open!
  17. Riveting Matches at the 2018 Mayor's Cup Cliff Keen Wrestling Championships AND Junior League All-Star Match
  18. 8 BTS student-athletes visit NYU
  19. Six from NYC medal at the Eastern States Classic
  20. 40 BTS middle school wrestlers battle it out at the Matthew P. Sapolin Memorial Islip Tournament
  21. Four BTS girls bring home Shogun Championship Samurai Swords
  22. Another Big Win for the Junior League, This Time at Somers Youth Wrestling Tournament
  23. Register for 1st Annual Harlem Jets Wrestling Tournament
  24. 150 BTSNY Student-Athletes Keep Their Skills Sharp at 2017 Winter Break Training Camp
  25. Ashley Gomez Accepted to King University!
  26. 21 BTSNY Wrestlers Attend Camp and My House Open At Wyoming Seminary
  27. Team BTSNY Wins the Par-Troy Wrestling Club Holiday Duals
  28. Close Matches and Great Sportsmanship at The 2017 Junior League City Championships
  29. Impressive Performances at the Second Junior League Tournament of the Season
  30. 13 BTSNY Wrestlers Compete in FLCW Dual Meet Championships
  31. Three BTSNY Senior Wrestlers Make Weekend Visits to Wrestling Colleges
  32. 45 BTSNY Wrestlers Learn Technique from Royce Alger and Valentin Kalika
  33. 26 BTSNY Student-Athletes Visit Nassau Community College
  34. BTS Wrestlers From Different Chapters Connect and Learn at 2017 NWCA All-Star Classics
  35. Beat The Streets Needs You To Volunteer!
  36. BTSNY Youth Wrestlers Attend Kyle Snyder Clinic and TCNJ High School Open
  37. First Junior League Tournament of the Season Energizes Wrestlers
  38. Five BTSNY Athletes Compete in the First Girls Division of Super 32
  39. Coach Jacque Teaches Clinic at BTS Detroit
  40. Hundreds of Junior League Wrestlers Hosted at High Schools for First Match Night of Season
  41. 40 BTSNY Youth Bond and Hone Skills at Danbury
  42. 24 BTSNY Youth Visit Iowa Style Wrestling Club for College Combine and Clinic With Olympic Coach
  43. Coaches, Parents, and Youth Excited for the Year After BTS Junior League Kickoffs
  44. Columbus Day Weekend Packed with Duals and Rutgers Visit
  45. 44 Student-Athletes Attend First College Prep & Clinic
  46. Petrides to Host Steeplechase Open on October 14th
  47. $10,000 Raised at 2017 Tailgates & Tonics!
  48. 2017-2018 College Visit Lineup Kicks Off with Hofstra University and Stevens Technical Institute
  49. BTSNY Coaches Learn Mindset, Philosophy, and Technique at 2nd Annual Coaches Seminar
  50. What Will You Get Out of Your Neighborhood Training Center? Your Summer Wrestling Scholarship for Starters
  51. Apply for BTS Junior League Team!
  52. Apply for a Free SHSAT Prep Program Through BTS!
  53. Five BTSNY Youth Intern at Varonis This Summer
  54. John Martin-- BTSNY Summer Intern, Future Coach and Educator
  55. Beat the Streets National – Executive Director Search
  56. Two New Youth Wrestling Opportunities Coming This September!
  57. BTSNY Youth Wrestlers Take Advantage of 2017 Big Apple Games
  58. Fishing, Kayaking, and Top-Notch Wrestling: 118 BTSNY Youth Participate in Cornell Camp
  59. Join us On August 26 for the World Wrestling Championship Finals!
  60. Big Apple Games Wrestling – Borough Battle Set for Friday August 4th
  61. Justin Ebron, Determined Student-Athlete Discusses Wrestling and Summer@Brown
  62. 2017 Bill Claps Scholarship Recipients Announced
  63. Five BTSNY Wrestlers Achieve All American Honors at 2017 Fargo!
  64. Determined to Win: Joseph Roy's Battle Against Osteosarcoma
  65. Want to Become a NYC Wrestling Official? Certification Courses Begin on Tuesday, September 12th
  66. Good Luck to BTS Wrestlers in Fargo!
  67. 2017 TOP Camp Exemplifies Everything BTS is About
  68. BTSNY Impact Report
  69. Katherine Turchin is Heading Across the Pond to Oxford University!
  70. Zanetti Teaches Final Life Skills Workshop of the Year to 73 BTSNY Youth
  71. Coach Hamm Teaches "Internet Responsibility" to 42 BTSNY Youth
  72. Hudson Taylor Teaches 56 Student-Athletes the Importance of Being an Ally
  73. 2017 Benefit Film on History and Impact of Beat the Streets
  74. 17 BTSNY Girls Train, Camp, and Compete by the Hudson River
  75. 65 BTSNY Youth Gain Greater Understanding of Communicating With Law Enforcement
  76. UPS Equips BTSNY Youth with Job Readiness Skills
  77. Four BTSNY Wrestlers Place At Women's National Championships in Irving, Texas
  78. 45 Student-Athletes Meet College Coaches at BTS College Combine
  79. Exciting Performances by BTSNY Wrestlers at the NYS Freestyle and Greco Championships
  80. Tottenville to Host Fundraising Wrestling Tournament “Under The Lights” on June 3rd
  81. 2017 Beat the Streets Benefit Rakes in $1.2 Million, a Great Fundraising Success for NYC Youth Wrestling
  82. East Meets West As Team USA Wrestlers Dominate Over Japan In Times Square
  83. Olympic Champions Maroulis, Snyder and Burroughs fuel U.S. over international foes at Beat the Streets Benefit in Times Square
  84. Truman Dominates Under the Bright Lights of Times Square, Claims 2017 PSAL Girls Wrestling Championship
  85. Truman Runs Away With the Team Title at the 2017 PSAL Girls Wrestling Tournament
  86. 2017 Beat The Streets Benefit To Stream Live On FloWrestling Wednesday, May 17
  87. Three NYC Girls Selected To Compete In Youth Match-Ups At Beat The Streets Benefit
  88. Olympian Elena Pirozhkova to guest commentate the 2017 PSAL Girls Wrestling Championships
  89. Dr. Coyte Cooper Encourages Goal-Setting and "Goal-Accomplishing" for Life Skills
  90. Six NYC Boys Selected To Compete In Youth Match-Ups At Beat The Streets Benefit
  91. Truman snags the top seed in the 2017 PSAL Girls Freestyle Championships – Finals will take place in Times Square
  92. Olympic Champions Snyder, Burroughs Lead Strong Men’s Team Against Japan At Beat The Streets Benefit
  93. Congratulations to our 2017 Beat the Streets Award Winners!
  94. Victoria Anthony, Tamyra Mensah Join Olympic Champion Helen Maroulis In USA Vs. Japan Beat The Streets Benefit In Times Square
  95. 11 BTSNY Wrestlers Qualify at Northeast Regionals for Fargo
  96. Pearl Fletcher, Future NYC Educator and BTS Coach in Our Midst
  97. 385 Competitors, 19 States, Three Countries-- 2017 Gotham City Girls Open Championship was Overflowing with Talent
  98. Olympic Champion Helen Maroulis To Wrestle In USA Vs. Japan Beat The Streets Benefit In Times Square
  99. Gotham City Girls Open This Weekend!
  100. Spring Break Training Camp: Four Days of Training, Three Life Skills, One Olympian-led Clinic

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