NCAA D1 NATIONAL CHAMPION | US OPEN CHAMPION | U.S.A. NATIONAL TEAM MEMBER | 2 time world team alternate
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Gadson to Headline Iowa Games Opening Ceremony
Kyven Gadson Will Continue to Wrestle
Foundation Breakfast Celebrates Waterloo Schools, Teachers
A loss in the state finals put Kyven Gadson on a path to greater success
NCAA champion and two-time Iowa state high school champion Kyven Gadson reflects on a loss to Derek St. John in the Iowa state finals and how it set him on a path to greater success.
Kyven Gadson wins 2017 U.S. Open Championships at 97 kg
Kyven Gadson (Sunkist Kids) after winning the 2017 U.S. Open Championships in men's freestyle at 97 kg held at the South Point Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., April 28-29.
Gadson Goes for Gold: Rumbling to Rio
Former Cyclone wrestler Kyven Gadson is rumbling to Rio as he prepares to qualify for the Olympic games in 2016. Follow along with Gadson as he prepares for the Olympic trials on Twitter at @GadsonStrong and at gadsonstrong.com.
Kyven Gadson Speech Waterloo Schools Foundation Breakfast
Kyven Gadson - NCAA Championship Post Match Press Conference
Iowa State's Kyven Gadson speaks with the media after beating Ohio State's Kyle Snyder by pinfall in 4:24 in the 197 pound National Championship Match.
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Kyven Gadson demonstrates the Gadson
Kyven Gadson shows the "Gadson" to a group of business leaders at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa, on April 7, 2015. Gadson, a two-time state wrestling champion for Waterloo East, won the 2015 NCAA wrestling tournament at 197 pounds by fall with a move he coined "The Gadson." He was a three-time All-American for Iowa State (2013-2015).
Video courtesy of Dan Gable
First Match - Gadson vs Gonzalez
Kyven Gadson vs Nathan Burak (Iowa)
Kyven Gadson (Iowa State), 2015 NCAA Champion at 197 pounds
Kyven Gadson (Iowa State) after defeating Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) to win the 2015 NCAA Championship at 197 pounds in St. Louis, Mo.
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Waterloo East's Kyven Gadson
Kyven Gadson Wrestling during High School. Defending state champion and top-ranked Kyven Gadson of Waterloo East earns a quick fall over Ft. Madison's Clint Richers in Class 3A first round action.