Adeline Gray Is Going for Gold

STACK interviews wrestler Adeline Gray, who is training to go for the gold in the Olympics.

STACK spoke with Gray about how she got her start in wrestling and how she stays on top of her competition.

STACK: What first brought you to the U.S. Olympic Training Center?

Adeline Gray: I started wrestling when I was 6 years old and had some success with it. By high school, I started competing with other females at national events and was doing pretty well. After I turned 13, my dad brought me down to a camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, since Colorado Springs was just an hour from where we lived. Anyway, at the camp I vividly remember this girl was throwing me around, and I was like, Dad! Save Me! She's beating me up! I was so upset that I didn't come back to the training center for a month.

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Topics: WRESTLING | ASICS WRESTLING | WRESTLER | TRAINING CENTER