Wrestling is a fast-growing equal-opportunity sport. We all have experience in the sport – as children, we have all “wrestled” at one time or another. Children wrestle to have fun, never thinking of it as a skilled sport activity. This sport is naturally enjoyable and stimulating for visually-impaired children as any other.

Providing opportunities to have fun, participate and compete.

Upcoming Events

Interested in Wrestling?

To Get Involved in wrestling, or for more information on the sport, contact the office and we will be happy to do whatever it takes to get you in the ring.

Wrestling season runs from November to March. The W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind (WRMS) has an active program where they practice up to 4 days a week. The students in this program are also integrated with students from other local high schools and compete against their sighted peers. Students also get the opportunity to participate in invitational wrestling tournaments.