Wrestling in Valley

The Alberni Valley Wrestling Club is hosting a kids’ Summer Wrestling Camps with wrestlers from all over the province travelling to Alberni

The Alberni Valley Wrestling Club is hosting its annual free kids’ Summer Wrestling Camps that will see wrestlers from all over the province travel to Port Alberni.

The kids’ camp, geared towards students in Grades 3 to 7, will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on July 5, 6 and 7 at Alberni District Secondary School. Following is the Elite Camp, running from July 7 to 10,  that boasts a line-up of athletes including Port Alberni Olympian, Travis Cross and Vancouver Island wrestling legend and world silver medallist Stacie Anaka.

Other top clinicians include three-time All-American Clete Hanson, Commonwealth Games Champion Selwyn Tam, and former coach of Team Oregon, Jeff Karlin. Year after year the Alberni summer camp is the largest wrestling camp in the province.

Boys and girls of all skill level are welcome to join the camps to help improve their skills while learning new ones.

For more information on the wrestling camps or to register, visit www.alberniwrestling.ca

 

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