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We all have desires, and our desires determine our destiny. Since I was 8 years old, I had wanted to win an Olympic Gold Medal. Thank God, 16 years later, my dream became a reality. Throughout my Olympic journey, I learned many lessons about failing forward, being teachable, and realizing I can't control everything. I have learned, "Starting something is a good thing, but finishing something is a great thing."

I wish it was possible to share these lessons with every young adult on earth, but, sadly, it’s not. The words on this site can go places I can’t go. Please read them carefully. Humbly, I pray my thoughts and heart-felt feelings on this site will make a positive impact on your life and on those you share it with.

If you want to book me for a speaking engagement or wrestling clinic or any other event, please, click the associated link above. If you are interested in ordering some Adidas® Super Slay wrestling shoes, my technique videos, t-shirts, or posters, please, click contact link above.

Before I go, I want to tell you how special you are as a person. God loves you more than you can know, and He has a purpose for your life, which is to “Know Him and Make Him Known.” With God, ALL things are possible. If you come near to Him, He will come near to you. Trust me. It works for today, and forever.



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Twelve years ago, Brandon Slay rose to worldwide acclaim by winning the Gold Medal in Freestyle Wrestling at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Two years prior, Brandon graduated from the Un...
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As Resident Freestyle Coach for USA Wrestling at the Olympic Training Center (OTC) in Colorado Springs, CO, Brandon's responsible for recruiting top talent to the OTC, training his wrestlers to win World and Olympic Medals, and most importantly, teaching his men that a life of faith, love for others, and integrity is greater than any gold the world has to offer.

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