Beat The Streets - New York City Wrestling


Beat the Streets is excited to join USA Wrestling in celebrating women wrestlers the week of March 5th-13th.  March 5th launches “Women’s Wrestling Week: Each One Bring One,” an opportunity for any girl to try wrestling at a locally sanctioned USA Wrestling club.  In honor of this, Beat the Streets is opening its doors to girls of all ages to come try out the sport at any training facility for free. 

The Girls Freestyle season starts on March 7th, so girls interested in trying out the sport will be able to mix it up with the girls already in the program. The first BTS practice for Girls Freestyle will begin on Saturday, March 5th. So, bring your sister, bring your cousin, bring your friends! During this week, girls can train at any BTS gym for free, so now your school team isn’t your only option.  You can come to BTS or any other club, totally free. What could be better?

BTS is very proud of and excited for this week-long USA Wrestling event.  It aligns with BTS’ mission to spread the culture of and appreciation for wrestling to all those who want to be a part of it.  BTS Coach Jacque Davis says she is very excited about the event, saying “New York City is the only place with a Girls Freestyle season sanctioned by the city. If you want to be a part of history, you should come check it out,” Davis said. 

In order to be part of the movement make sure to post pictures and videos of your friends’ and families’ new wrestling experience on your social medias with the #EachOneBringOne.

To participate in BTS practices, all you need to bring is a signed parent permission slip. Weekday practices take place on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

The full calendar for practices and events can be found here.

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