WELCOME TO NEBRASKA WRESTLING TRAINING CENTER

building wrestling at all levels

 

MORE ABOUT NEBRASKA WRESTLING TRAINING CENTER

The Nebraska Wrestling Training Center (NWTC) is a non-profit (501-C3) organization established to grow wrestling at all levels.

 

We offer youth and high school camps and clinics throughout the year to wrestlers at all skill and experience levels. Through our camp season we aim to build a foundation for a future in wrestling by: (1) igniting a love for the sport, (2) teaching winning skills and positions, and (3) instilling the values of hard work, commitment, and resiliency.

The NWTC is also a USA Wrestling-sanctioned Regional Training Center (RTC). USA Wrestling established the RTC model as an effort to build international styles of wrestling at all levels. As a Regional Training Center, the NWTC allows senior-level athletes to train, alongside our University of Nebraska student-athletes, full time in Lincoln as they pursue their dreams of representing the USA on both World and Olympic teams. 

 

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

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ROBB AND LABRIOLA MAKE U23 TEAM

Lincoln, NE. Peyton Robb (74kg) and Mikey Labriola (79kg) both won the U23 World Team Trials in Lincoln ever Memorial Day Weekend. Peyton and Mikey wrestled great and won two tough brackets. They are set to represent the USA in Serbia in November at the U23 World Championships. READ MORE

ON THE HORIZON

The World Team Trials will take place on September 11-12 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln. Former Huskers Jordan Burroughs, James Green, Tyler Berger, TJ Dudley, and current Huskers Alex Thomsen, Ridge Lovett, and Christian Lance are all qualified for the event. For more information on the World Team Trials visit USA Wrestling.

Be a part of our journey by helping fund our resident athletes at the NWTC.

Visit our Giving page to make a one-time donation to the NWTC and to learn about membership in our WORLD MEDAL FUND

 

GET IN TOUCH

For Youth, High School, and RTC questions:

Tervel Dlagnev

531-510-1378

nwtc.td@gmail.com

For general questions about about the NWTC and donations:

Bryan Snyder

402-617-4988

bsnyder0@gmail.com