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31st Annual Maryland
Future Champions
Wrestling Clinic

camp overview

All wrestlers will be grouped by age, weight, and skill level. Each group will learn new techniques taught by top college and high school coaches and wrestlers.  Time will also be devoted to review, drilling, and live wrestling.  The final afternoon session will consist of a tournament where wrestlers can test their newly learned skills.

Along with teaching great wrestling moves, each technique session will include free drilling time to give wrestlers a chance to practice new moves, and a competitive group activity to develop a sense of camaraderie and teamwork among campers.  

Wrestlers are encouraged to bring a pad and pen to write down any new moves learned.

Questions about the camp should be directed to Pete Welch at or 410-404-6702

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The Schedule

Camp should be fun, camp should be instructional, and camp should be rewarding on the mat during the summer Olympic season and throughout the next fall season. It is one of the major difference makers between those wrestlers who are good and those who become great. 

June 24-28, 2024

ages 8-18

Boys and girls future Champs camp

  • 9:00-12:00 –  Wrestling Techniques

  • 12:00-1:00 –  Lunch

  • 1:00-2:30 –  Wrestling Techniques

  • 2:30-3:30 –  Live Wrestling

  • 3:30-3:45 –  Departure

ages 5-8

Mighty mites novice camp

  • 10:00-11:30 –  Wrestling Technique, Games, and Fun Activities

Transportation is provided on McDonogh’s buses for $25 per camper.  Campers are grouped at community stops.  Transportation is offered on a first-come, first-served basis due to limited seating on each bus.  Lunch is free of charge and is provided by the McDonogh cafeteria staff.

* Transportation and lunch is not provided for the Mighty Mites Novice Camp

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camp coaches

Our camp counselors and coaches are talented mentors who go above and beyond to nurture the growth of our athletes, both as wrestlers and as individuals. Their commitment to the development and success of their wrestlers is unwavering, and they serve as role models, instilling not only the technical skills of the sport but also the values of sportsmanship, discipline, and resilience. 

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