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Thread: Coaching and the Olympic atmosphere

  1. #10

    Default Re: Coaching and the Olympic atmosphere

    Fortunately wrestling is wrestling no matter what country you may be in. Personally I don't think it's that big of a deal what venue you're in, because unless you're in a dual you're not very likely to be wrestling somebody with a home crowd advantage. And if you are in that kind of a dual one of my favorite things is to be able to shut up a home crowd. For the Olympics though, I'm sure it would be a big pressure situation, but my opponent would be in the exact same situation so I don't think anybody in the Olympics has an advantage unless they're from Beijing.
    Curtis Chenoweth
    wannabe national champ headed to a new home:walkman:

  2. #11

    Default Re: Coaching and the Olympic atmosphere

    Quote Originally Posted by The Big Stiffy View Post
    I don't think anybody in the Olympics has an advantage unless they're from Beijing.
    How about if they've been there and won it twice and this is your first time out of your country?

  3. #12

    Default Re: Coaching and the Olympic atmosphere

    Then it obviously didn't matter their first or second time, so why should it matter to you?
    Curtis Chenoweth
    wannabe national champ headed to a new home:walkman:

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