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The Rumble On The Rails to be webcast live on TeamUSA.org on Wednesday, May 15



A live video stream will be available from The Rumble on the Rails, the international wrestling event featuring the United States, Iran and Russia from historic Grand Central Terminal in New York City on Wednesday, May 15.

This stream will be free of charge and hosted on TeamUSA.org, the official website of the U.S. Olympic Committee. To see the webcast, visit:
http://www.teamusa.org/live

Both events in Grand Central Terminal will be webcast live. The USA vs. Iran dual meet will be streamed at 3:30 p.m. ET, followed by the USA vs. Russia dual meet at 6:00 p.m.

“The Rumble On The Rails,” is a showcase competition as part of World Wrestling Month, which was declared by the international wrestling federation FILA to promote international wrestling and support the effort to Keep Olympic Wrestling.

Numerous World and Olympic medalists will be showcased during the event. The USA vs. Iran dual will be in men’s freestyle wrestling, while the USA vs. Russia dual will feature all three Olympic styles.

Among the star Americans who will compete in New York City include Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs, Olympic bronze medalist Coleman Scott, Olympian and World bronze medalist Tervel Dlagnev, World silver medalist Helen Maroulis and four-time NCAA champion Kyle Dake.
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