Friday, January 17, 2014

Florida wrestler sets new national pin record

by Jeff Fisher
Host, NHSCA Sports Hour
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Osceola High School (Florida) junior wrestler Fox Baldwin set a national record for pins Wednesday night with his 243rd, which topped his brother Pete's record of 242 career pins.

Baldwin's record-setting pin came in 48 second and you can see the video by clicking here.

Next-up on Baldwin's to-do list?

Break his brother Pete's record for career victories which stands at 324.  Fox is three-wins away from that mark and is expected to set a new national record this weekend.

Fox is currently ranked #8 in the country at 152 by the Amateur Wrestling News.  He's a three-time Florida state champ.

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