Virginia Beach Duals 2016: A Look Back at the Epic Wrestling Tournament
The Virginia Beach Duals 2016 was an epic wrestling tournament that saw some of the best wrestlers in the United States come together to compete for glory. The tournament was held from June 10th to 12th at the Virginia Beach Convention Center and showcased the best of American wrestling.
The tournament featured a total of 14 teams from across the United States. These teams included the likes of the University of Virginia, University of North Carolina, University of Maryland, University of Penn, Duke University, Virginia Tech, Old Dominion University, and many others.
A Look at the Matches
The tournament featured a total of 143 matches, with the majority of the matches being duals. The matches were divided into four divisions: Middle School, Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity. Each division was split into two pools, with each pool having seven teams.
The tournament featured some of the most exciting matches in wrestling. The highlights of the tournament included a thrilling dual between the University of Virginia and University of Penn in the Varsity division. The match ended in dramatic fashion with Penn edging out Virginia by a single point.
Another highlight was the match between Old Dominion University and the University of Michigan in the Junior Varsity division. The match was a back-and-forth affair, with Michigan coming out on top in the end.
At the end of the tournament, the University of Virginia emerged as the champions in the Varsity division, while the University of Michigan won the Junior Varsity division. In the Freshman division, the University of Maryland came out on top, and in the Middle School division, the University of North Carolina won the tournament.
The Virginia Beach Duals 2016 was an epic wrestling tournament that showcased some of the best wrestlers in the United States. The tournament featured some thrilling matches and the best wrestlers from across the country. The University of Virginia emerged as the champions in the Varsity division, while the University of Michigan won the Junior Varsity division. All in all, it was an exciting tournament that left wrestling fans wanting more.