Olympic Wednesdays

Train Folkstyle Wresting with an Olympian!

The only real opportunity to train with a former Olympian is by way of a clinic or camp that provides very limited personal instruction. MatTime is giving your kids a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive training from former Olympic Wrestler, Quincey Clark. Not only did Quincey represent his country in the 2000 Olympic Games in Greco-Roman, Quincey was an NCAA All American and placed 2nd his senior year at the University of Oklahoma.

This is a great class for beginner wrestlers or advanced wrestlers looking to sharpen their skills. It's also a great opportuntiy for BJJ kids to develop their stand-up game and takedowns, and learning from someone who has trained both Wrestling, Judo and Jiu Jitsu.


Folkstyle Wrestling
Wednesday evenings 5:30-6:45pm

Wrestlers: Boys and Girls ages 9-14 years.
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A few notes:

  • You'll need to create an account if you haven't already.
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  • You can sign up at any time of the month.

Classes will run from 5:30-6:45pm. We will run this as a monthly class until wrestling season (November) or as long as we have wrestlers.


Feel free to to reach out to us with any questions at 916.778.0128 or email us at .



California Hall of Fame wrestler
Olympic wrestling coach
Dan Henderson and Quincey Clark

More About Quincey

In addition to being a highly accoimplished wrestler, Quincey was recognized in 2015 and inducted into the 2015 Calfornia Wrestling Hall of Fame. While he's known for his hand fighting and throws, not many people know that Quincey also holds a Brown Belt in Judo and came within a couple matches of making the U.S. Judo Team while training for wrestling. Quincey is a great wrestler but is also an amazing person and coach.

See Quincey's Coach Page