Paris Olympics 2024 News: Six Months Out, American Wrestler Kyle Snyder Has a Serious Message for Rivals

Published 01/16/2024, 5:33 AM EST

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As the 2024 Paris Olympics is on its verge, athletes are preparing to showcase the best of their wrestling skills on the Olympics Mat. While some of the wrestlers have clinched an Olympic spot, many are still waiting for the right opportunity. Similarly, Kyle Snyder, one of the elite wrestlers in Team USA, is eyeing the gold at the 2024 Paris Olympics. 

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Even though Snyder has yet to get a ticket to Paris, he is eligible to compete for the Olympics Spot at the 2024 Paris Olympics Qualifiers. Recently, Snyder has been storming social media not due to a recent match but to provide a message for the opponents. 

Kyle Synder’s message for is counterparts

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In Zagreb, Croatia, the 2016 Olympic champion and three-time World champion Kyle Snyder secured a silver medal at 97 kg, falling to 2022 U23 World champion Amarali Azarpira of Iran in the finals, 6-3. Following this, Snyder is keeping an eye on the upcoming Paris Olympics 2024. 

To share his preparation journey with spectators, Rogue Fitness took to their YouTube handle and posted a video of him pouring blood and sweat into the training. Along with the video clip, they penned, “Already one of the most decorated competitors in USA Wrestling history, Rogue athlete Kyle Snyder believes some of his greatest accomplishments are still ahead of him as he sets his focus on the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. At the age of 28, the former Buckeye has managed to stay at the top of his sport for a decade, with a gold medal at the 2023 Pan-Am Championships as recent evidence. “

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As Kyle already boosted a collection of an Olympic Gold in 2016 and Olympic Silver in 2020, he is planning to not only secure a Gold medal at 97kgs but also looking forward to dominating opponents along the way. In the video interview, he said, “My strength training program is my biggest tool for longevity,

He added, “It keeps me healthy; I always feel fresh when I come into the wrestling room. I know I’m getting stronger, so that gives me a lot of confidence, so then I can just wrestle as hard as I can.”  In conclusion to the video, he asserted, “My goal for Paris is to win the Gold Medal and to dominate.

Interestingly, through his staunch performances, he is all girded up to dominate the upcoming qualifiers. 

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Kyle Snyder: performance before the 2024 Paris Olympics Gold

At the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games, Kyle won an Olympic berth by adding the third consecutive gold medal to the team’s collection. He said that the main reason behind his success is “God given talent and ability.” He added, “A lot of it was just things that I didn’t really have to work for. It was just given to me.

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However, in the Zagreb Open tournament, Kyle Snyder was again defeated in the final match by the opponent wrestler. Consequently, Kyle witnessed an upset by Amirali Azapira, who left him with a silver medal in the first event of the season. However, Kyle is undergoing intense training to accomplish what he has been desiring for a long time, as he concedes “Wrestling is a humbling sport,” and he is all set to add more accolades to his already impressive resume.

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Yashika Dutta

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