In Their Shoes

BTSPhilly: Articles, My Story

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“In Their Shoes” is a section of the Beat the Streets Philadelphia webpage where student-athletes will be given the opportunity to share their thoughts/feelings on various topics that are important in developing championship wrestlers as well as scholar athletes.

At this time, our student-athletes are in the process of writing and they are eager to share their thoughts. This blog-style formatting will be set to launch next week, March 13th, and it will be exciting to hear from these bright young men and women!

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