Bo Jordan, Kyle Snyder and Nathan Tomasello have each decided to continue their wrestling careers by signing contracts with the Ohio Regional Training Center (RTC), based in Columbus. Snyder and Tomasello will train and compete for the Ohio RTC while Jordan fills an assistant coaching role on staff.
Snyder is the youngest Olympic (Rio ‘16) and World (two-time) champion in United States wrestling history. His second World title, capped by the ‘match of the century’ versus Russia’s Abdulrashid Sadulaev, also clinched the United States’ first World freestyle team championship in over 30 years. On the collegiate stage, Snyder captured three consecutive NCAA crowns to conclude his career.
Tomasello is one of 16 men all-time to win four Big Ten championships. He was also a national champion in 2015, finshing no worse than third place in all four NCAA Championships. The Parma, Ohio, native ended his career with 100 collegiate victories.
Jordan comes from an impressive lineage of wrestlers and coaches. His father, Jeff, led St. Paris Graham High School to a staggering number of OHSAA state championships as head coach while uncle, Jim, serves as a U.S. Congressman. Both elder Jordan’s, like Bo, were four-time OHSAA individual state champions.