|Full name||Bradley Vering|
|Born||August 21, 1977 (age 42)|
Schuyler, Nebraska, U.S.
Vering was born in Schuyler, Nebraska. He attended Howells High School in Howells, Nebraska and was a letterman in football and wrestling. Coached by Nebraska Hall of Fame member Lee Schroeder in wrestling, he was a three-time State Champion and finished with a career record of 148-2.
Vering attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He was a three-time all-American, placing 4th as a sophomore, winning the national championship at the 197 pound weight class his junior year, and taking 7th his senior year.
Olympics and World ChampionshipsEdit
Internationally, Vering was a world silver medalist in 2007, leading the United States to a Greco-Roman World Championship.
Vering went to the Olympics in 2004 on the USA Olympic Greco Team. He made the 2008 team as well, where he competed in Beijing.
- 2007 World silver medalist, led U.S. to team title
- 2004, 2008 U.S. Olympic Team member
- Four-time U.S. World Team member (2002–03, 2005, 2007)
- Fifth in 2002-03 World Championships
- Four-time U.S. Nationals champion (2003–05, 2007)
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