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Special offer on History of Collegiate Wrestling book

Just in time for holiday gift-giving: the heavyweight champ of wrestling history books, now available at a much-reduced price.

For one week only, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame is offering the hardcover edition of The History of Collegiate Wrestling: A Century of Excellence for just $19.95 each -- a savings of 60 percent off the regular cover price.

This classic 2005 book by late wrestling historian Jay Hammond provides a year-by-year look at U.S. college wrestling in text and photos, along with special profiles of some of the all-time greats of the sport, along with additional features such as analyses of rules, teams, and conferences from some of the nation's top wrestling writers. The original History of Collegiate Wrestling weighs in at 381 pages; this offer also includes a 72-page addendum which provides coverage of each college wrestling season from 2006 up through 2016.

"This book is the most comprehensive guide to the history of collegiate wrestling and readers will experience and relive the glory of college wrestling through stunning photographs and timeless stories," said Lee Roy Smith, Executive Director of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. "I have not seen any other publication that fully showcases the wrestlers, coaches and teams that have made their mark in the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. It is a must-have for serious wrestling fans."

Proceeds from History of Collegiate Wrestling benefit the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.
This special holiday offer of $19.95 each (plus $4 each for shipping and handling) for the hardcover edition of History of Collegiate Wrestling is available now through Thursday, Dec. 8 for online orders through the National Wrestling Hall of Fame only. To order, click here.

Prefer an e-book format? An updated edition of Jay Hammond's History of Collegiate Wrestling book for your tablet or other electronic device is also available from a number of online retailers. Click here for more information.

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