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World Sports Alliance, the "Official International Exchange Coordinator of USA Wrestling" is looking for wrestlers at 103, 143, 154 and 163 pounds to fill out its dual meet roster for its team traveling to Berlin, Germany this Spring.

A team of wrestlers from around the United States will travel to Berlin, March 31-April 7 to train and compete with several tough German wrestling squads. Athletes can expect to receive between 7-9 matches each as well as additional joint training sessions.

"We are looking for high school varsity wrestlers with a minimum of three years wrestling experience," said Wade Genova, President of World Sports Alliance. "This is a developmental tour and an athlete's win /loss record is not as important to us as his work ethic. Athletes that travel with us, with a serious attitude and desire to improve, always come home at a higher level. Space is limited so we want only serious, hard working wrestlers."

Genova, a former National Team Member, will coach the team in Germany.

When not wrestling, Team USA will spend time exploring and sightseeing in Berlin. Some of the places they will visit include the Brandenburg Gate, a WWII Concentration Camp and the Schloss Charlotenburg Palace.

The tour cost is $2,385 which can be broken into three payments. This is a fully escorted tour and the price includes international airfare, four-star hotel, three meals per day, ground transportation, tour guides, admissions to attractions, wrestling fees, coaching and a Team USA equipment package.

Those interested should call World Sports Alliance at 1-877-972-8687 extension 704.

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