Justin Holland (wrestling) returns to the Australian Commonwealth Games team 12 years after making his debut at Delhi in 2010 where he was eliminated in the quarter-finals as the youngest member of the team. He heads to Birmingham in peak form, having claimed the Australian title in the 57kg division earlier this year. Cousin of Birmingham teammate Jayden Lawrence, Justin won silver at the Commonwealth Youth Championships in 2010 and bronze at the senior event the following year. He has also competed at multiple Oceania championships, including a second place in the 61kg in 2019 in Guam. Holland, who trains out of Spike22 gym in Western Sydney, has a degree in exercise and sports science from Western Sydney University and is a qualified personal trainer. He is also co-founder of Millennial Success, a podcast that helps young entrepreneurs. His younger sister, Carissa Holland, represented Australia at the 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games and is Wrestling Australia’s National Female Coach.
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