GREAT FALLS – Great Falls wrestling legends Bill and Mike Zadick are planning their annual Zadick Bros. wrestling camp at the University of Providence this summer, and they will be joined on the mats by another world-class wrestler.
Earlier this week, the brothers announced that 2016 Olympic Champion Kyle Snyder will be the guest clinician at the camp, which runs from June 10-14.
Snyder is a two-time world champion, a two-time NCAA champion and was named the Team USA Male Olympic Athlete of the Year at the 2016 Olympics in Rio De Janeiro after he became the youngest American wrestler to win a gold medal at the age of 20.
Under the tutelage of Bill Zadick, the Team USA freestyle men’s freestyle coach, Snyder won the “match of the century” against Russian phenom Abdulrashid Sadulaev at the 2017 Paris World Championships, clinching an individual world title and the first US world team title in over 20 years.
For more information about the camp, visit zadickbroswrestling.com.