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Junior Finalists, Ramos Retirement Highlight Wrestling World Team Trials


Two current Tar Heel wrestlers made the best-of-three finals in the 2019 UWW Junior Freestyle World Team Trials, North Carolina assistant coach Tony Ramos officially retired from competition, and incoming freshman Gabe Tagg earned a spot on the Junior World Team to cap off a competitive and emotional weekend of wrestling at Reynolds Coliseum. (GoHeels.com)

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