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CA_Wrestler last won the day on January 4 2019

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  1. Does Nolf really need more Physics lessons from Douglas through 2024 though?
  2. Probably the biggest and most prestigious one outside of the Yarygin is the Kilppan Lady Open in Sweden.
  3. I also forgot to mention that most of Japan's WFS team will be new faces on the senior level since 6 of those Olympic spots or World Team spots have been occupied by Japan's Olympic WFS team. They are all comprised of multiple time Jr/cadet World Champions except at 68kg.
  4. All of Japan's Olympic champions won't be competing in Oslo. Japan's WFS is sending an extremely young team this year. Even younger than the team they sent in 2019. Japan has TWO teen superstars ready for the World Championships. One is 17 and junior in HS. The other is 18. They are at 53kg and 62 kg. at 53 kg they have Akari Fujinami(17 yrs old. HS Jr-2018 Cadet WC), beat 2019 world silver Namami Irie last December and teched her this past May. Also beat Haruna Okuno(2x Senior WC, 1x Jr WC, 1x cadet WC, 2x U23 WC) last Dec by pin and by tech this past May. Sister of Yuhi Fujinami 2017 Mens Senior Bronze, Jumping from Cadet to Senior level. Extremely good and a lethal single leg. Was one of the sparring partners for 2020 Olympic Champion at 53kg, Mayu Mukaida and wasn't able to enter the Japanese Olympic trials because she was too young. She'll definitely be gunning for Mukaida's spot at 53kg for 2024 in Paris because she is that good. at 62kg is Nonoka Ozaki(18 yrs old). 2018 and 2019 Cadet WC. 2018 Youth Olympics Champion. 3 time Klippan Lady Open Champion cadet division(2018, 2019 and 2020). Jumping from Cadet to Senior level. Extremely good. That's a nice lineup for us at 68, 72 and 76, but Japan's WFS can possibly win the first 5-6 weights. It'll be interesting to see.
  5. That's good experience for her, but what does that have to do with you asking why Susaki didn't go to U23?
  6. lol Why would Yui go U23 from 2018-2019? That's only for wrestlers who didn't make the World or Olympic team.
  7. I'm not gonna be mad if they don't haha
  8. Amit has been getting in some really good training over at Edge in NJ with Valentin and everybody else who is there for the past few months.
  9. You shouldn't really be. Hardly anybody sees folk techniques outside of the US except when our wrestlers go overseas.
  10. I don't think people really understand the balance, grip strength and explosive power top tier judokas have unless they've done randori, ne-waza or tachi-waza with a gi on against those judokas.
  11. Because Gilman already has 57 locked up due to his medal at the Olympics. Everybody that was a contender for 57 has to bump up to 61 for the World Team Trials if they want a chance at competing.
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