New York Times Profiles Kurt Angle’s Olympic Bid

Posted by Brad Davis January 29, 2012 Comments are off


Kurt Angle was featured in a recent New York Times article about five athletes improbably trying to return to the Olympics. Angle was profiled along with swimmers Ian Thorpe and Janet Evans, gymnast Paul Hamm and cyclist Jason Queally. Here’s what they had to say about the former WWE & TNA world champ:

“Kurt Angle of the United States won a gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. It was a poignant victory, coming months after his coach, David Schultz, was killed by John E. du Pont. Angle has since become a star in the theatrical world of professional wrestling. He has said that, at 43, he intends to participate in the Olympic wrestling trials in April, but there is much debate among American officials about whether Angle is serious or just seeking publicity.”

The article made no mention of his neck being broken at the time of his gold medal victory.

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