From USA Wrestling:
CLEVELAND, Ohio (February 15, 2010)– Tickets are now on sale for the 2010 ASICS U.S. Open Wrestling Championshipsand the Men’s FILA Junior National Championships scheduled for April 22-25th atCleveland State University’s Wolstein Center.
Individual Tickets start at just $10 per session and are available throughTicketmaster at ticketmaster.comor by visiting the Wolstein Center box office located at 2121 Euclid Avenue inCleveland from 10:00am – 6:00pm, Monday thru Friday. All Session Passes arealso available and start at just $35. Discounted Group Rate tickets of 20 ormore individuals are also available by calling 216-687-5498.
The ASICS U.S. Open Wrestling Championships will feature the nation’s topsenior-level wrestlers in the three Olympic styles: men’s freestyle, women’sfreestyle and Greco-Roman. The Men’s FILA Junior National Championships includethe nation’s top athletes who are 17-20 years old, competing in freestyle andGreco-Roman wrestling. Up to 850 athletes are expected to participate in thetwo competitions.
The top seven athletes in each weight class at the ASICS U.S. Open WrestlingChampionships qualify to compete at the 2010 U.S. Senior World Team Trials inCouncil Bluffs, Iowa, June 10-12. The Men’s FILA Junior National Championshipsis a qualifying event for the FILA Junior World Team Trials in ColoradoSprings, Colo., May 21-22.
The Cleveland Local Organizing Committee include the following organizations:
• USA Wrestling – Ohio
• Greater Cleveland Wrestling Coaches & Officials Association
• Cleveland State University
• Mid-American Conference
• City of Cleveland
• Greater Cleveland Sports Commission
• Convention & Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland
To purchase tickets, view a detailed event schedule or to learn more, pleasevisit www.USOpenCleveland.com.
The mission of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission is to measurably enhancethe economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community byattracting and creating significant sporting events and activities. Since2000, the Sports Commission has been responsible for attracting over ninetysporting events, contributing nearly $300 million in economic impact.
Visit us online at www.clevelandsports.org for a complete listing of ourservices and events.