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Becka Leathers to be clinician at Beat the Streets National Duals

The Beat the Streets New York's girls coach and 2017 World bronze medalist will be one of six clinicians this week in Chicago.

Beat the Streets New York girls coach Becka Leathers will be a clinician this week at the inaugural Beat the Streets National Duals in Chicago.

Leathers joined the BTSNY staff last September and is looking forward to teaching girls from nine Beat the Streets chapters from across the country.

"It's an honor to be a clinician at the inaugural Beat the Streets National Duals," Leathers said. "Getting to represent New York City and impact these young athletes feels pretty incredible."

Leathers is a senior and junior World bronze medalist as well as four-time junior folkstyle national champion, two-time junior national champion and cadet national champion. The Choctaw, Oklahoma native brings high-level technique and competition experience to Beat the Streets.

Beat the Streets Chicago will host eight Beat the Streets chapters from across the country this week. There will be three days of technique camp and enrichment before culminating with the inaugural Beat the Streets National Duals tournament Thursday. The tournament will be broadcasted exclusively on Illinois MatMen's channel on Rokfin.

Boys Clinicians

Angel Escobedo

  • NCAA champion at Indiana

  • 4-time NCAA All-American

  • 3-time Big 10 champion

  • Current Indiana head coach

Kyven Gadson

  • 2-time US Open champion

  • NCAA champion at Iowa State

  • 3-time NCAA All-American

  • 3-time Big 12 champion

Ed Ruth

  • 3-time NCAA champion at Penn State

  • 4-time Big 10 champion

  • Current Illinois assistant coach

Girls Clinicians

Haley Augello

  • 2016 Olympian

  • Cadet world champion

  • 2-time WCWA national champion at King University

Erin Golston

  • Two-time Junior World bronze medalist

  • Junior World silver medalist

Becka Leathers

  • Senior- and junior-level World bronze medalist

  • 4-time junior folkstyle national champion

  • 2-time junior national champion

  • Cadet national champion



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