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Korey Jarvis Trained Hard To Combat Slow Start In Wrestling

Growing up in Elliot Lake, Ont., Korey Jarvis wasn’t the most athletic looking guy in high school. But he trained to make his body optimal for wrestling, becoming a six-foot-two, 256-pound gold medallist on the national team. Jarvis competed in the 125 kg weight class in Rio 2016.

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