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Freestyle: The Victories of Dan Gable (1999)

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Documentary detailing the life of wrestling legend Dan Gable. Covers entire life story from childhood to NCAA to Olympics to becoming one of the most sucessful coaches (in any sport) in the... See full summary »

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Documentary detailing the life of wrestling legend Dan Gable. Covers entire life story from childhood to NCAA to Olympics to becoming one of the most sucessful coaches (in any sport) in the history of the NCAA. Rare footage, celebrity interviews, much narration by Gable himself. Written by Michael Wandmacher

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A Great Film about a great man.
2 December 1999 | by (Boston) – See all my reviews

This is a great film about the life of Dan Gable. Dan is one of the greatest coaches in any sport and doesn't get the recognition he deserves because his sport is wrestling. This film only strengthens my point. It covers Dan's career from High School thru the Olympics and on to his days at the University of Iowa. I wrestled for this man and in this time of the All Century Athlete awards, Dan Gable has been over looked too many times.


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