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  1. He didn’t report his whereabouts 3 times within 12 months
  2. He's ineligible through June 7, 2021. Olympic Trials are in April 2021 so even though he'll be eligible to compete by the time the Olympics roll around, he's obviously ineligible to qualify.
  3. I’m working on expanding the site now to include all results for men’s freestyle. So the database will include every match result across all weights from every international tournament. Because this is such a huge project, I’m reaching out for help. If anyone is willing, entering the data is very simple but time consuming. It takes about 1-2 hours per tournament. Let me know if you’re willing to help and I’ll guide you through our data entry process.
  4. This doesn’t directly answer your question but I did this research a couple months ago and found it interesting. The USSR had some talent! It’d be a whole separate project to go through each medalist and find his specific ethnicity.
  5. That's not in my plans right now...maybe in the future. Currently I'm working on expanding the database with help from a web developer/software engineer. We'll have all match results from all of the international tournaments. So rather than just a database for the top 20, it'll be for every men's freestyle wrestler (beginning in 2018). After that, I'll expand rankings to non-olympic weights. And I am factoring in the Pro-events...Massa stays outside of the top 20, but man he's really close to top 20... Bekzod drops a few spots but stays in because of his overall resume.
  6. Yeah I'll have them out by the end of the week. There's some major shake-ups from Russian Nationals that will be fun to sort out
  7. Gadzhi looked like a decent sized 86...maybe a little small but definitely too big for 74. In the quarters he lost to Arsen-Ali Musaliev in a very close 4-1 match. If I'm remembering that match correctly, Gadzhi was winning 1-1 and gave up a late step-out to go down 2-1. He ended up going for a head pinch at the end and failed, giving up another 2. Musalaliev would go on to take bronze at 86. Also, I know I posted this in another thread, but here's a link to complete bracket results for every weight.
  8. Good questions... Floarena and track wrestling will have live results. Typically the streaming service streaming the event will also post live results. Flo and track both allow you to access those live results for free. Twitter is where a lot of wrestling media, coaches, and wrestlers interact. If you have a certain program you follow or if you’re really into freestyle, there are Twitter accounts that will keep you up to date on the latest and most important info. As far as Flo, Track, and other streaming services, I think they’re all worth it. Each has their own focus and are relatively inexpensive. I’d be happy to answer any other questions you have.
  9. Here’s a link to all the brackets from Russian Nationals. I translated them all into English and updated the scores for each match.
  10. Cam is Myles and Malik's cousin. Sam and Mike are brothers-their dad, Nazem, represented Lebanon in the 1956 and 1960 Olympic Games...Sam is Cam's dad, Mike is Malik and Myles' dad. So, all of that to say Cam could represent Lebanon not San Marino
  11. I also found some results here: https://www.isna.ir/news/99071007719/برد-استقلال-و-دانشگاه-آزاد-در-لیگ-کشتی-شکست-دور-از-انتظار-نجاتیان The individual results of these meetings are as follows: Esteghlal Tehran 7- Martyrs of Zanjan 3 (the names of Esteghlal team are mentioned first): 57 kg: Nader Haj Aghania, winner 10- Mohammad Kaboli Zero 61 kg: Erfan Jafarian, winner 10- Younes Sarmasti Zero 65 kg: Amir Mohammad Yazdani, winner 12- Mohammad Kazem Khodabandeh Lou 2 70 kg: Ali Ismailpour 2- Meysandeh Haid 2 74 kg: Jamal Ebadi, winner 2- Reza Moghtader 1 79 kg: Hamidreza Zarrin Peykar, winner 10- Ali Shafizad Safar 86 kg: Sajjad Gholami 2- Alireza Saberian, winner 4 92 kg: Amir Mohammadi, winner 3- Masoud Madadi 2 97 kg: Ismail Nejatian 2 - Abazar Eslami, winner 2 125 kg: Abbas Forootan, winner 5 - Naeem Hassanzadeh Safar Islamic Azad University 10- Iran Carpet Company Zero 57 kg: Erfan Aini, winner 10- Milad Naderi zero 61 kg: Rahman Amouzad Khalili, winner 12- Ehsan Ranjbar 2 65 kg: Peyman Biyabani , winner 10- Ismail Nazerian zero 70 kg: Mojtaba Amouzad Khalili, winner 12- Hossein Ranjbar 1 74 kg: Mohammad Sadegh Firoozpour, winner 10 - Mohammad Maholati Zero 79 kg: Morteza Mirzaei, winner 12- Arash Mohammadi Zero 86 kg: Amir Hossein Firoozpour, winner 10- Amir Reza Mojavari 9: Jalali Nejad, winner 12- Daniel Khorami Safar 97 kg: Meysam Abdi, winner 12- Pouria Ghodrati 1 125 kg: Sajjad Azizi, winner 10- Mohammad Reza Hosseinpour Safar
  12. Any updates on results from wrestling that's happened so far?
  13. When? I don't remember them wrestling in Freestyle after their NCAA finals match in 2017. They were both at the Open that year, but Gabe lost to Pat Downey 7-6. Then Downey lost his next match to Nickal 12-2. So, Nickal took 4th at the 2017 Open and Dean took 7th.
  14. The difference between the #1 guy and the #20 guy at 65kg is small. The depth at the weight is incredible. Which is not true at other weights. Musukaev lost to Yianni but beat Khinche at Worlds, 5-1. Yianni beat Bajrang but lost to Zain. Bajrang beat Zain in an incredibly close match at the Pellicone. I could go on but hopefully you get my point.
  15. Sorry to respond late. Khinche has been competing but has not had the best results up at 65. His best win is over Akhmed Chakaev but that was over a year ago at the 2019 Euro Games. More recently, he lost to Ali Rahimzade at 2020 Euros in February. Prior to that, he lost to, Aliev (AZE), Musukaev (HUN), Bucur (ROU), and Kuular (RUS). So he has a couple losses to unranked guys and his only ranked win at 65 was to Chakaev. He was ranked like 12-13 but then lost to Aliev and Rahimzade in back to back competitions. Hope that provides a little context and is helpful!
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