Minnesota's Chas Betts eliminated in Olympic Greco-Roman wrestling

Minnesota-native Chas Betts was eliminated from the 185-pound competition on Monday at the London Games, the Pioneer Press reports. The St. Michael-Albertville High School graduate says he was disappointed, but the experience at the London Games was "amazing and kind of unreal."
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Minnesota-native Chas Betts was eliminated from the 185-pound competition on Monday at the London Games, the Pioneer Press reports. The St. Michael-Albertville High School graduate says he was disappointed, but the experience at the London Games was "amazing and kind of unreal."

He maintained a streak at the Olympics of having at least one Minnesotan on the Greco-Roman wrestling squad since the 1968 Summer Games.

WCCO talks to the Betts family:

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