Hey, USA Wrestling:
If you change anything for the next state meet at Selland Arena, change this:
Stop making the coaches and wrestlers run laps around the stadium.
It is stupid. There is no reason for it. USA Wrestling is just having fun being jerks to the coaches and wrestlers.
Why does USA Wrestling make the kids and coaches go in on one side of the arena and out on the other?
Why? Can someone explain this to me? The traffic flow cannot possibly be the problem; there are about eight doors over there.
You could lock the ‘out’ doors and save yourself an extra security guard. Check badges going in, let anyone out who wants to get out.
But WHY? Why does USA Wrestling insist on this errant policy?
While it may seem silly to postulate, the reason is likely this: USA Wrestling likes being jerks to wrestling coaches and wrestlers.
Why was the line so long to get coaches’ credentials? Why? We all know who the coaches are.
Maybe it’s part of how USA Wrestling makes you pay them money to take a WORTHLESS class to get a certification to coach.
I have seen team mom’s with Bronze level certification while respected high school coaches are Copper Coaches.
Does this mean that a team mom with an hour and $60 to flush down the toilet is a better coach than a high school coach who doesn’t have an hour and $60 to throw away?
Does USA Wrestling hold a grudge? Does USA Wrestling want the wrestling coaches to suffer?
Just open the damn door and let people go up and down. It’s not hard. It will not cause any confusion.
The only people missing out will be the sadists who think it’s funny to make people run around in circles.
I won’t even mention the OBNOXIOUS policy at Selland arena of not letting ANY FOOD into the place so they can rape the wrestlers and coaches one $6 hot dog at a time. Why doesn’t USA Wrestling try to help out the coaches and wrestlers?
Why does USA Wrestling have it in for the competitors and coaches, why do they HATE everyone?
Why do they steal our money? To buy Brand New TRAILORS!!! Those must be expensive.
Open the damn doors. Stop making your customers run in circles. Open the damn doors.