Garrett Lowney just about did it all in his wrestling career. From being a three time Wisconsin high school state champion, to earning a bronze medal for the United States in the 2000 games in Sydney, Lowney has had hid shares of ups and downs on the mat. For the majority of his career, winning came naturally. As a 20 year old from Freedom high school, he lived every wrestlers dream by not only making the Olympic team, but he then pulled off a few upsets en route to being on the medal stand representing his country. A neck injury cut his career shorter than expected, but he still has fond memories of being one of the best grapplers in the world, and wrestling alongside one of the guys who truly brought his sport to a new level.