JANUARY 22–23, 2016

THREE TOURNAMENTS: ONE BIG WEEKEND

Washington State Dream Duals and Winter Warrior Wrestling Tournament have combined forces to create the ultimate wrestling experience—taking place in the
all-new Spokane Convention Center in Downtown Spokane. Plus, now Friday night wrestling for Junior Varsity and High School Girls.

TOURNAMENT DETAILS

HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS

Washington State High School Dream Duals

The Washington State Dream Duals is excited to announce a new partnership with the Spokane Sports Commission which allows the tournament to move to a premier facility, the Spokane Convention Center. On Saturday, Dream Duals will be held in the same building as Winter Warrior Youth Wrestling Tournament—creating a festival type experience for youth and high school wrestlers as well as the fans. In addition, there will be a Friday night individual wrestling tournament in the same location for Junior Varsity and Girl Wrestlers.

 

Tournament Format:

  • 8am–8pm, Saturday Only
  • 8 teams per classification
  • 12 mats (2 per classification)

 

Each classification is full at this time with top teams
from all around the state. This is going to be big so don't miss it!

 

YOUTH INDIVIDUAL

Winter Warrior Youth Wrestling Tournament

Join us for the 4th Annual Winter Warrior Youth Tournament! This year, youth competitors also have the advantage of watching the high school teams compete at Dream Duals—taking place in the same building!

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23

DETAILS

SCHEDULE

DIVISIONS
Pee Wee: 2010–2011

Bantam: 2008–2009

Intermediate: 2006–2007

Novice:  2004–2005

Schoolboy/Middle School: 2001–2003

FEES

> Individual youth registration is $30 per wrestler.

> USA Wrestling card is NOT required.

> Registration deadline: Friday, January 22, 2016, 5pm

> We will not be accepting day-of registrations.

Register online at www.trackwrestling.com.

AWARDS

Trophies for places 1st-3rd. Medals for places 4th-6th. Awards immediately following the conclusion of the weight division.

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

Friday, January 22

  • On-site Weigh-in 6:30–7:30pm, Spokane Convention Center, Hall C
  • 6:30pm–7:00pm, Satellite Weigh-ins (Posts Falls HS, Moses Lake HS, Bonners Ferry HS, Lewiston HS, Colville JR HS, Thompson Falls HS, MT, Sudden Valley Wrestling Academy, Missoula MT)

Please contact Ryan Buth before Thursday, January 14, if you are interested in providing a satellite location. Minimum of 5 wrestlers.

Saturday, January 23

  • 9am–1pm: Session 1:  Pee Wee Bantam, Intermediate
  • 2pm–Conclusion, Session 2: Novice and Middle School
  • Coaches bands are $5 at weigh-in.

Schedule subject to change.

REGISTER FOR WINTER WARRIOR

FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY

SPOKANE CONVENTION CENTER

 

DIVISIONS:

JUNIOR VARSITY INDIVIDUAL

GIRLS DIVISION INDIVIDUAL

 

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SPECTATOR ENTRY

Entry is paid upon entering the Convention Center. Cash only please.

ALL-DAY SATURDAY
(ALLOWS ACCESS TO BOTH TOURNAMENTS, DREAM DUALS/WINTER WARRIOR)
Adult: $10

Kid/Youth: $5

Family Pass: (2) Adults/Up to (3) Kids: $25

FRIDAY TOURNAMENT

(RUMBLE AT THE RIVER)
Adult: $10

Kid/Youth: $5

Family Pass (2) Adults/Up to (3) Kids: $25

LOCATION & VENUE

Spokane Convention Center

The Spokane Convention Center is within walking distance to restaurants, hotels and a wide variety of shopping and entertainment options.

Since the recent renovation of the Convention Center, it has hosted events such as PNQ, the region's largest volleyball tournament, Judo Jr. Nationals, U.S. Figure Skating National Championships, and much more. Now's your chance to participate in this inaugural event and compete in a state-of-the-art facility complete with concessions and seating for spectators.

Address: 334 West Spokane Falls Boulevard, Spokane, WA 99201

About Spokane, Washington

Spokane, serves as a shopping, entertainment, sports, and medical hub for the Pacific Northwest. Athletes and fans alike love to come to Spokane. We are home to Bloomsday, the largest timed road race in the nation, as well as Hoopfest, the largest three-on-three street basketball tournament in the world. Ironman is held each year in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho—just a 30-minute drive away. We are home to Gonzaga Bulldogs, Eastern Eagles, and Washington State Cougars. Here in Spokane, sports reign supreme.

You'll be staying walking distance to River Park Square, complete with movie theaters, restaurants, and stores like Nordstrom, Macy's, Banana Republic, William Sonoma, Apple Store, North Face, and more!

GETTING HERE

Getting here is easy. Located along the I-90 corridor, Spokane is a simple drive from  Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Western Montana, and southern portions of Alberta and British Columbia. Downtown Spokane is located only 7 minutes from the Airport.

Where to Stay

This tournament is made possible through the partnership with our local hotels. Our headquarter hotel is connected by skywalk to the Convention Center and is walking distance to restaurants, shopping and other entertainment options.

HEADQUARTER HOTEL

Doubletree Hotel Spokane City Center is this this year's headquarter hotel. Rooms are available for $99 per room.

Located in the heart of downtown, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Spokane City Center puts you right in the middle of the action. Connected by sky-bridge to the Spokane Convention Center, this stylish and comfortable hotel is within walking distance of a vibrant district of shops and restaurants. Indulge in aged, hand cut, prime beef seared to perfection at Spencer’s for Steak and Chops. Work out in the fitness center, featuring modern cardio equipment and weights or take a relaxing swim in the heated outdoor pool and soak in the hot tub. 375 rooms.

 

 

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