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Selection Criteria 


WEIGHT CLASS MEN                           WEIGHT CLASS WOMEN
    < 119 lbs/54 KG                                      < 105.5 lbs/48 KG
    < 132 lbs/60 KG                                      < 112.25 lbs/51 KG
    < 145.25 lbs/66 KG                                 < 121 lbs/55 KG
    < 162.8 lbs/74 KG                                   < 130 lbs/59 KG
    < 184.8 lbs/84 KG                                   < 138.75 lbs/63 KG
    < 211.2 lbs/96 KG                                   < 147.5 lbs/67 KG
    < 264 lbs/120 KG                                    < 158.5 lbs/72 KG

 

Required Documents must added to the application or emailed to:
      
usarmy.jbsa.imcom-hq.mbx.army-sports@mail.mil

• Copy of membership card for USA Wrestling verifying membership for current
year. This membership can be accomplished online at the USA Wrestling website.

•  Copy of proof of US citizenship (Passport or Birth Certificate). A Passport is required to be considered for CISM.

SELECTION CRITERIA:

All experience listed on application should be detailed reflecting experience competing in the sport of Wrestling.  Candidates will be ranked by weight class, based upon experience and accomplishments in the sport.  The number of individuals selected for the Trial Camp, per weight class, may be limited, so, it is imperative that it include as much detail on your experience as possible.  Important information to include are record of competitions and results at important competitions such as regional, national, or international competitions.  This is a Trial Camp, not a training camp.

 

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