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“The biggest things in wrestling are the world championships, NCAAs and Olympics, and I got all three (announcing jobs) this year, plus the Olympic Trials. It’s been a great year.” And his personal highlight lies elsewhere, in a crib in his New Brighton, Minn., home. Her name is Ruby Rio Bryant, born 30 days ago, the second daughter of Bryant and wife Abby. Their first daughter was born in 2012, just before the XXX Olympiad, and is named Lucy London. If you notice an Olympic vibe to those two middle names, it’s no coincidence. he has a good pointA look at several of the favorites to take home medals in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Bryant worked in communications, primarily social media, for Team USA at the London Olympics, reluctantly leaving Lucy weeks after she was born. He’s risen far in wrestling media since, receiving the prestigious Ed Aliverti Golden Microphone Award in April while calling the Olympic Trials in the sport’s mecca, Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City. That moment, like so many others, brings Bryant, 36, back to his wrestling roots in Poquoson. Aliverti provided the voice-over for Bryant, then 15, the day he fell in love with the sport. “The first time I walked into the Hampton Coliseum to watch the (1995) Virginia Duals, he was the guy,” Bryant recalled.

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