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Golden Grand Prix Champ! Jordan came out on top of his 31-man bracket to win the 85kg gold medal...he was trailing Kristoffer Johansson (5th at 2014 Worlds) from Sweden 1-2 with 20 seconds left when he successfully gut-wrenched the Swede out of bounds for two points and the win.

Going to Worlds again! This time, Tashkent. Jordan won the 85 kg weight division at the 2014 World Team Trials by defeating MN Storm teammate Zach Nielsen 9-1 and 8-0 in the best of three finals...

3X US National Champion! Jordan won the championship match tonight at the US Open in Las Vegas, allowing zero points against him in the tournament.

Jordan Leaves for World Championships Today. He and his training partner, Joe Rau, fly to Budapest today for two weeks of training and acclimation before the World Championships. 84kg Greco Roman competes on Sept 21.

Jordan Ranked 11th in World after Curby Cup. His recent championship at the Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament was also cited as reason for his new placement.

Second time's a charm: 2013 US Open National Champion!

Jordan placed second in the 2012 Olympic Trials. Now what?

Less than two years out of prison, Jordan Holm is competing today for a spot on the US Olympic Team. He is one of the top prospects for the 2012 Team, being ranked #1 in the most recent USA Wrestling rankings, and he is seeded third at the event in Iowa City.

Response to “Northfield Wrestler Free to Dream“ by the StarTribune

StarTribune article "Northfield Wrestler Free to Dream"

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The purpose of this site is proclaim the truth about Jordan Holm, formerly prisoner #6016946 to the Iowa Department of Corrections. We address questions about who Jordan is, how this happened, and what is being done to fight for his exoneration. We believe that the United States Justice System is the best in the world. We believe in science-based evidence. We firmly believe in Jordan’s innocence. For now we wait and hope and pray that justice will prevail in Jordan’s case as soon as possible.