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Who is eligible for the Kids Hall of Fame

The Georgia Kids Wrestling Hall of Fame was created many years ago.  Since the inceptions the qualfications have changed as Georgia wrestling has grown and excelled.

Currently wrestlers being nominated for the Hall of Fame should meet the criteria of multiple Georgia Kids state championships across all 3 styles, they should be a senior in HS or a HS graduate. They should be a leader, good role model, and have continued to wrestle in GA High School. Nominees should be setting an example for the younger kids to look up to.  Please include all necessary information when submitting your recommendation for the Kids Hall of Fame.  Incomplete nominations will not be considered.  Click here to submit a nomination

Volunteer of the Year

Team Georgia's Volunteer of the year is a person that volunteers in not only their club, but across the state.  They give of their time to help wrestlers, parents and coaches.

If you would like to nominate someone for the volunteer of the year Click Here.

Cadet & Junior Nationals All-Americans

Fargo Dome

Nationals Venue

Every year, the nation's best young wrestlers come together for the world's largest wrestling competition, the ASICS/Vaughan Junior and Cadet Nationals at the Fargo Dome in Fargo, N.D.
This competition produces great stories of champions, many who go on to glory in college wrestling, and ultimately at the World and Olympic levels. 2013 marks the 43nd anniversary of the Junior Nationals event, which was first held in 1971 in Iowa City, Iowa.
The tournament is held in July and continues to feature outstanding wrestlers in every weight class.
USA Wrestling has official state association team standings in all the divisions held in Fargo, adding to the tradition of state wrestling pride exhibited at this event.
The ASICS/Vaughan Junior Nationals features high school wrestlers in grades 9-12. Every year, the Junior division features talented athletes who are proven winners, as well as many top young stars who are making names for themselves.The women's Junior freestyle division, began in 2001, has grown in size and quality every season.

Georgia's All-Americans