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Our priority is the safety and well-being of our student-athletes, staff, and community. We have worked with and reviewed safety protocols from USA Wrestling, NFHS, PSAL, and the CDC.
Our Beat the Streets NYC Governance Chair has approved limited physical contact between student-athletes in training center workouts begining Monday, October 26th. This physical contact includes wrestling specific skills such as handfighting and games such as ankle band tag. We are very excited to take one step closer to returning to full wrestling, but we recognize that safety is still our top priority. Please be sure to read through the entire updated safety protocols document below thoroughly.
As always, training center participation is voluntary and co-ed. All student-athletes may participate how they feel most comfortable while maintaining a safe environment. Please review the ways student-athletes may engage in training center workouts below:
Beginning 11/23/20, Beat the Streets NYC will resume virtual training center practices. This transition is due to the incline in Covid19 cases nationally as well as season changes including the colder weather and early sunset.
The Beat the Streets Academy is a comprehensive program geared to providing our most engaged student-athletes with a dynamic and holistic experience throughout the school year. Academy members will not only learn valuable wrestling skills from BTS staff-coaches but more importantly, the academic, social and emotional skills that they need to succeed in life. the program runs throughout the school year and is centered around monthly Academy Days and also features an annual Career Day and various fun, social activities.
Boys and Girls High School
Beat the Streets provides various forms of ancillary support to New York City's Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL). These resources help the boys and girls PSAL wrestling programs so that they have the resources and support that they need to be successful. Furthermore, the Beat the Streets and the PSAL partner to run the annual Mayor's Cup and Gotham City Girls Championships.
The Beat the Streets Junior League is the only middle school wrestling league in New York City. In partnership with New York City's Department of Education, Beat the Streets provides after-school programming in the form of weekly practice and competition opportunities, focused on learning the basics of wrestling in a safe, fun environment.
Beat the Streets provides youth and high school aged student-athletes with after-school programming so that they have year-round access to practice, competition and mentorship.