1984 Los Angeles
Distinguished member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Former head wrestling coach at BYU. B.S. and M.S. in physical education. Olympic wrestling champion. Two-time world wrestling champion. Ultimate fighting champion. 1983 winner of the Big 8 Medallion Outstanding Male Scholar/Athlete. Four-time National Open Freestyle Wrestling Champion. Three-time NCAA Wrestling Champion. Northern California All-Around Gymnastics Champion. Voted “Outstanding Wrestler” at the 1982 NCAA Championships. USA Wrestling “Athlete of the Year”.
Source: Mark Schultz.com
His Olympic gold medal and two additional World championships place him among a mere handful of America’s elite wrestlers. 4-time National Freestyle, 3-time NCAA, 2-time World, 1984 Olympic, and UFC IX Champion.