1 Million Minutes

No Mat, No Problem Challenge

Nationwide Total

217,151

Minutes logged

Total Time By City

Los Angeles

38,067

Minutes logged

Philadelphia

17,727

Minutes logged

Chicago

38,847

Minutes logged

Providence

36,848

Minutes logged

New York City

33,476

Minutes logged

Cleveland

7,604

Minutes logged

Boston

35,653

Minutes logged

Lancaster, Pa

2,561

Minutes logged

Bay Area

783

Minutes logged

Baltimore

361

Minutes logged

D.C.

1

Minutes logged

Detroit

21

Minutes logged

National

5,202

Minutes logged

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Nationwide Total

217,151

Minutes logged

Total Time By City

Los Angeles

38,067

Minutes logged

Philadelphia

17,727

Minutes logged

Chicago

38,847

Minutes logged

Providence

36,848

Minutes logged

New York City

33,476

Minutes logged

Cleveland

7,604

Minutes logged

Boston

35,653

Minutes logged

Lancaster, Pa

2,561

Minutes logged

Bay Area

783

Minutes logged

Baltimore

361

Minutes logged

D.C.

1

Minutes logged

Detroit

21

Minutes logged

National

5,202

Minutes logged

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Beat the Streets
Help Kids. Grow Wrestling.

By the numbers

100

Youth served in 9 cities in 2019

$ 1 M

Invested in the sport since 2006

10000

Hours of practice this year

1

New teams created and sustained by BTS since 2006

1

New teams created and sustained by BTS since 2006

1

Teams supported

1

BTS Training Centers and Clubs

Ethnic Diversity

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  • Artboard 11@5x 41% Latino
  • Artboard 12@5x 31.5% African American
  • Artboard 13@5x 13.5% White
  • Artboard 14@5x 7.5% Other
  • Artboard 15@5x 6% Asian

Gender Diversity

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  • Artboard 11@5x 27% Girls
  • Artboard 12@5x 73% Boys

The History of

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Opportunity

Beat the Streets programs in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia begin to talk about collaborating to create more opportunities for kids across the country.

2015

Idea

Let’s spread the knowledge on how to use wrestling to give kids dreams.

2016

Chicago

A resurgence begins in Chicago. Local leadership begin by serving 100 youth. Within 3 years they will reach 1,000.

2017

Leadership

Local leadership through kids, coaches, community members, and board leaders prove to be the key to a successful city-wide movement.

Lancaster & Providence

Lancaster, PA and Providence, RI join the movement to create more sustainability in the communities they’re serving.

Cleveland

A second resurgence begins in Cleveland. Their first two programs have kids charging at the opportunity. Sixty come out for each team.

2018

Bay Area

Oakland public schools cut high school wrestling. A third resurgence is ignited raising the required $25,000 to save 4 programs. More support is driven to create Oakland’s two newest middle school programs.

Boston

Boston Youth Wrestling’s incredible innovation is recognized. Together realizing we are stronger as a team, Boston joins the movement as Beat the Streets Boston.

2019

The Movement

Help kids. Grow wrestling. Change the sport, invest in kids.

2020

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