USA Wrestling is the National Governing Body for the Sport of Wrestling in the United States and, as such, is its representative to the United States Olympic Committee. Simply, USA Wrestling is the central organization that coordinates amateur wrestling programs in the nation and works to create interest and participation in these programs.
USA Wrestling has more than 160,000 members. These members include athletes of all ages, coaches, officials, parents and fans striving together to strengthen the sport. Each year, USA Wrestling charters over 3000 wrestling clubs and sanctions over 1600 local, state, regional and national competitions.
Sunkist Kids The Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club is a non-profit organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Arthur J. Martori founded the club in 1976. Mr. Martori graduated from Brophy High School in Phoenix, and went on to wrestle for Arizona State University. After his competitive career, he never let go of his passion for the sport.
With the help from his coach and mentor, Tom Dubin, Martori started the Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club. His vision was to increase the technical knowledge and enhance the competitive spirit of wrestlers through training and competition. Martori is a leader in the citrus and farming industry. Over the years, the Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club has grown to become one of the most successful wrestling clubs in the world.
Nutri-Dyn's humble beginnings originated in 1973, by David Peterson, in his parent's garage. Soon thereafter his brother, Greg became part owner and managed the nutrition portion of the business to this day. Nutri-Dyn remains a family business consisting of dedicated friends with over 250 collective years of nutritional education and experience, and is intent on providing healthcare professionals with high quality nutritional formulas and the support to use those formulas, therapeutically. Nutri-Dyn distributes and manufactures a wide range of professional nutraceutical lines including Metagenics, Nutri-Dyn, Progressive Labs, DNA Labs, and others to meet the varied needs of healthcare providers, internationally.