Sep 14, 2010
Dan Gable was a competitor like no other. As a high school wrestler in Iowa, he was the undefeated state champion for three years, with a record of 64-0. His collegiate career was even more impressive, with a record of 118-1, his only loss being in theNCAA finals during his senior year. That loss made him even more determined to be the best in the world. He became a world champion in 1971. The next year, he became an Olympic gold medalist, without surrendering a single point to an opponent at the Munich Games.
2010 - Spring - Issue 9