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  1. Molinari controls her match and wins 3-0...Adeline gets another 10-0 tech-both headed to the semis!
  2. Going into the quarters in a few minutes. Forest and Adeline will be back to back on mat A. Ragan is eliminated and Burkert is still alive but the Russian she lost to has a defending World Champ in Rong from China.
  3. Gray gets another 10-0 tech and Molinari pins-both move onto the quarters!
  4. Really rough start for USA. Ragan winning 2-0 and gets thrown and pinned, Hildebrandt loses 8-2, Burkert gets pinned by RUS. Only bright spot so far is Adeline with a quick 10-0 tech.
  5. Yeah absolutely...his run has been unreal. What’s also interesting to note is how close USA has been to Russia since 2015. They both have 9 golds in that time. Russia has 24 Total Medals, while USA has 19. Meanwhile, Iran has fallen off pace since 2015. Only 2 gold medals-both from Yazdani-and 12 Total Medals.
  6. Sun from China and Stadnik are both no joke-both multiple time world medalists and former world champs. Irie might be the 3rd best in the weight but she had a brutal draw.
  7. Berezhna wins in the semis and pulls Francis back in...she'll wrestle for Bronze tomorrow morning against Paliha from China. Paliha is a former world 5th. Hildebrandt will wrestle the winner of Mattsson from Sweden and Khavaldzhy from Ukraine. Mattsson is a multiple time world medalist - most recently an Olympic bronze in 16. She is a world champ from back in 09. Khavaldzhy was world Bronze back in 08. If Sarah wins that, she'll wrestle Prevolaraki from Greece, who won bronze in 12, and 17.
  8. Winchester wins 6-4 and moves onto the finals! She'll have Irie from Japan. At 53, Mukaida won and pulled Sarah back in.
  9. Winchester gets the win with a 13-2 tech! Moves on to the semis against Gun from Turkey.
  10. Mukaida techs Hildebrandt 12-1. Fairly confident Sarah will get pulled back through-Mukaida is on another level.
  11. Francis gets thrown for 4 in the first and loses 4-0. Not much offense after the 4 point throw.
  12. Winchester gets the tech in about a minute. Looked great in the process. 3 coming up in the quarters...Francis, Hildebrandt then Winchester.
  13. Francis and Winchester both up in 4 on Mats A and B respectively.
  14. Francis won...she pinned her opponent in 2:30. She's got a great chance to medal in this bracket.
  15. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NImcKBCtXYITUVjq35uxACRaVRQ5VyE0RgslDK1FmKY/edit?usp=sharing Here's a link to a project I've been working on periodically since last year. You can click through 4 different sheets. One shows all 84 of the world/Olympic Freestyle Champs since 2008. The other three outline Russia's, USA's, and Iran's teams every year since then. For the Russian line-ups, I also included the years where a different representative was sent to worlds/Olympics - rather than the Russian National champ. It's well known Russia has a different "process" than USA, so I wanted to highlight how that worked for them. Top 10 Countries according to Champs Russia - 31 USA - 14 (9 since 2015) Iran - 8 Azerbaijan - 7 Georgia - 6 Turkey - 4 Japan - 3 North Korea - 2 Italy - 2 Uzbekistan, India, Bulgaria, Belarus, Armenia, Ukraine, Cuba - all with 1
  16. Yeah agree...part of why I did the research was I have such little knowledge of the fields. It's pretty amazing to see the disparity of talent between the weights. 72 with only 12 Entries and 76 with 14 medalists. Pretty-wild.
  17. 50KG - 28 Entries, 8 World/Olympic Medalists. 3 World/Olympic Champs Ankicheva (KAZ) - Junior Silver 16 Islamova (KAZ) - World 5 2015, Asian Bronze 19 Ciricu-Budeanu (MDA) - Junior Champ 13 Conder (USA) - Junior Champ 07 Demirhan (TUR) - World Bronze 17 Irie (JPN) - Junior Champ 12, University Champ 12, Asian Champ 19 Kagata (JPN) - World Champ 17 Kim (PRK) - World Bronze 17 Livach (UKR) - World Bronze 18 Matkowska (POL) - This will be her 14th World/Olympics. World Bronze 06, World Silver 14 Petersson (SWE) - Junior Bronze 13 Poleshchuk (RUS) - U23 Bronze 17, Russian Nationals Silver 19 Riesterer (GER) - Junior Silver 18 Selishka Georgieva (BUL) - Junior Bronze 16, Euro Silver 19 Stadnik (AZE) - World Champ 09, World Silver 11, 15, 18, Olympic Silver 12, 16, World Bronze 14, Olympic Bronze 08 Stankevich (BLR) - Junior Bronze 15, Euro Bronze 19 Sun (CHN) - World Champ 13, World Silver 12, Olympic Bronze 16, World Bronze 18 Tsogtochir (MGL) - U23 Bronze 18 Vuc (ROU) - World Silver 17 53KG - 31 Entries, 14 World Medalists. 3 World Champs Akhmetova Amanzhol (KAZ) - World 5th 07, 10, 12, Olympic 5th 08 Eshimova (KAZ) - World Silver 08, World Bronze 11 Arguello Villegas (VEN) - Olympic 5th 16 Blaszka (NED) - World Bronze 15 Denes (HUN) - Junior Silver 14, Junior Bronze 12, 13 Erdenechimeg (MGL) - World Silver 13 Hemmer (GER) - Junior Bronze 11, Euro Games Bronze 19 Hildebrandt (USA) - World Silver 18 Kaladzinskaya (BLR) - World Champ 12, 17 Keunimyaeva (UZB) - Junior Silver 18, Asian Bronze 19 Khavaldzhy Blahinya (UKR) - World Bronze 08 Mattsson (SWE) - World Champ 09, World Silver 11, 13, 14, 15, World Bronze 10, Olympic Bronze 16 Montero Herrera (CUB) - World Silver 17, World Bronze 18 Mukaida (JPN) - World Champ 16, 18, World Silver 17 Nasirova (AZE) - Junior Champ 15 Nikolova (BUL) - World Bronze 15 Orshush (RUS) - Junior Silver 13, Euro Champ 19 Pak (PRK) - World 5th 17, Asian Champ 18, 19 Pang (CHN) - World Bronze 18 Prevolaraki (GRE) - World Bronze 12, 17 Weicker (CAN) - World Bronze 18 Yetgil (TUR) - Junior Bronze 17 Zasina (POL) - World Bronze 17 55KG - 18 Entries, 0 World/Olympic Medalists. 0 World/Olympic Champs Ana (ROU) - U23 Bronze 18 Husyak (UKR) - University Champ 12, World 5th 13 Irie (JPN) - Junior Champ 15 Khoroshavtseva (RUS) - Junior Bronze 13 Lukasiak (POL) - University Silver 16 Nadirova (KGZ) - University Bronze 16 Sedneva (KAZ) - Junior Bronze 15, Junior Silver 16 Wendle (GER) - University Silver 18 Winchester (USA) - World 5th 18, University Bronze 14 57KG - 31 Entries, 7 World/Olympic Medalists. 2 World/Olympic Champs Adekuoroye (NGR) - World Bronze 15, World Silver 17 Antes Castillo (ECU) - Pan Am Games Champ 19, World 5th 14 Barka (HUN) - World Bronze 13, 16, 18 Brugger (GER) - U23 Bronze 18, Junior Bronze 16 Bullen (NOR) - U23 Champ 18, Junior Bronze 17 Burkert (USA) - Pan Am Games Silver 19 Carieri (ITA) - Junior Bronze 15 Chykhradze Khariv (UKR) - World Bronze 14 Kawai (JPN) - World Champ 17, 18. Olympic Champ 16, World Silver 15 Kurachkina (BLR) - World Bronze 17 Lindborg (SWE) - Junior Bronze 18 Nichita (MDA) - Junior Champ 18, Junior Silver 17, 19. Euro Games and Championships Bronze 19 Rong (CHN) - World Champ 18 Simonyan (RUS) - U23 5th 2018, Russian Nationals Silver 2019 Yesilirmak (TUR) - World Silver 18, World Bronze 14, 15 59 KG - 18 Entries, 5 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ Baatarjav (MGL) - World Bronze 18 Dhanda (IND) - World Bronze 18 Hanchar-Yanushkevich (BLR) - World 5th 15, 16 Inagaki (JPN) - Junior Champ 19, Asian Senior Champ 19 Lysak (UKR) - Junior Silver 16 Morais (CAN) - World Bronze 16 Omelchenko (AZE) - U23 Bronze 16 Ovcharova (RUS) - Junior Champ 14, 15 Pei (CHN) - World Champ 16, World Bronze 18 Ragan (USA) - World Silver 16, 17 Zhydachevska (ROU) - World 5th 18 62KG - 36 Entries, 8 World/Olympic Medalists. 3 World/Olympic Champs Amri (TUN) - Olympic Bronze 16, World Silver 17 Campagna (ITA) - Junior Bronze 18, Euro Silver 19 Cherdivara-Esanu (MDA) - Junior Silver 11 Enkhbat (MGL) - U23 Bronze 17, 18 Esenbaeva (UZB) - Junior Silver 18, Asian Bronze 19 Godinez Gonzalez (CAN) - Junior Bronze 19 Johansson (SWE) - World Bronze 10 Kawai (JPN) - World Silver 18 Kuznetsova (RUS) - U23 Bronze 18 Miracle (USA) - Junior Bronze 14, 16, Pan Am Champ 19 Niemesch (GER) - Junior Silver 14, World 5th 17, U23 Bronze 18 Renteria Castillo (COL) - World Bronze 17 Sastin (HUN) - World Champ 13, World Silver 05, 11, World Bronze 09 Tkach (UKR) - World Champ 14, World Silver 17 World Bronze 15, 18 Tynybekova (KGZ) - World Bronze 17 Yusein (BUL) - World Champ 18, World Silver 12, 13, World Bronze 14, 15 65KG - 17 Entries, 1 World/Olympic Medalist. O World/Olympic Champs Brouillette (CAN) - University Bronze 16, Pan Am Silver 19 Koliadenko (UKR) - Junior Bronze 18, U23 Bronze 18 Manolova (AZE) - U23 Silver 18, Junior Bronze 15, 16 Mattsson (SWE) - World Bronze 10, 17 Molinari (USA) - World 5th 18, Pan Am Champ 18 Navjot (IND) - Junior Bronze 09, World 5th 12 Ruike (JPN) - Cadet Champ 17, Junior Asian Champ 18, Asian Silver 19 Sleisz (HUN) - University Silver 16, University Bronze 12 Trazhukova (RUS) - University Silver 10, 12, Olympic 5th 16 Wang (CHN) - U23 Bronze 18 Yaneva (BUL) - Junior Silver 17 68KG - 32 Entries, 13 World/Olympic Medalists. 3 World/Olympic Champs Caneva (ITA) - Junior Silver 14, Junior Bronze 13 Domikaityte (LTU) - Junior Bronze 14, U23 Bronze 17 Dosho (JPN) - Olympic Champ 16, World Champ 17, World Silver 14, World Bronze 13, 15 Fransson (SWE) - World Champ 12, Olympic Bronze 16 Grigorjeva (LAT) - World Bronze 14, 17 Hanzlickova (CZE) - U23 Bronze 17 Lappage (CAN) - World Silver 18, World Bronze 12 Larionova (KAZ) - Olympic Bronze 16, World Bronze 13 Larroque (FRA) - World Silver 18, World Bronze 17 Mamashuk (BLR) - Olympic Silver 16 Mensah (USA) - World Bronze 18 Netreba (AZE) - World Bronze 18 Sanchez Rodriguez (CUB) - U23 Champ 18, U23 Bronze 17, Junior Silver 17 Soronzonbold (MGL) - World Champ 10, 15, World Silver 13, Olympic Bronze 12 Tosun (TUR) - World Bronze 18 Velieva (RUS) - Junior Champ 17, 18, Junior Bronze 19, U23 Bronze 18 Wieszczek-Kordus (POL) - Olympic Bronze 08 Zhou (CHN) - World Silver 15, World Bronze 18 72KG - 12 Entries, 2 World/Olympic Medalist. 2 World/Olympic Champ Anghel (ROU) - Junior Bronze 17, U23 Silver 18 Bakbergenova (KAZ) - U23 Bronze 18 Berezhna (UKR) - World Champ 13 Francis (USA) - Junior Bronze 14 Furuichi (JPN) - Junior Champ 14, 15, 16 Paliha (CHN) - U23 Champ 18, World 5th 17 Vorobieva (RUS) - Olympic Champ 12, Olympic Silver 16, World Champ 15, World Bronze 14, World Silver 13 76 KG - 33 Entries, 14 World/Olympic Medalists. 4 World/Olympic Champs Adar (TUR) - World Champ 17, World Silver 18 Bukina (RUS) - Olympic Bronze 16, World Silver 11, World Bronze 10 Chang (TPE) - Junior Silver 19, Junior Bronze 17 da Silva Ferreira (BRA) - World Silver 14 Gray (USA) - World Champ 12, 14, 15, 18 World Bronze 11, 13 Kuenz (AUT) - World Bronze 18 Mae (EST) - World Bronze 15 Marin Potrille (CUB) - Junior Champ 19 Marzaliuk (BLR) - World Silver 17, World Bronze 11, 15 Medet Kyzy (KGZ) - Junior Champ 17 Minagawa Suzuki (JPN) - World Bronze 17, 18 Ochirbat (MGL) - World Silver 09, World Bronze 13, 14 Palinska (POL) - Junior Bronze 12 Rotter Focken (GER) - World Champ, 14World Silver 17, World Bronze 15 Saenko (MDA) - World Bronze 05 Syzdykova (KAZ) - Olympic Bronze 16 Wiebe (CAN) - Olympic Champ 16, World Bronze 18 Zhou (CHN) - World Silver 15, World Bronze 14
  18. Yep - you're right...I was thinking 57. Yamaguchi beat Tagg in the Semis-it was 3-2 at break and then he won 12-2. He also teched in the finals at junior worlds so he should be right there to challenge for a medal at 61.
  19. Yeah that's the thing to always keep in mind-credentials only mean so much once the wrestling starts. And the best gotta have that breakthrough performance at some point in their career.
  20. Yeah-you're right. For the most part I ignored Junior results if they had significant senior level results. Ehsanpour was weird cus the junior result was so long ago-felt the recent senior results were more important.
  21. Yes-I had the wrong year...just changed it. It''ll be interesting to see how he does at Seniors considering he and Vito had such a close match. So far I missed 1 returning medalist - Friev from Spain at 86.
  22. Thought some of y'all would be interested in how I spend my free time. A lot of information to comb through so I'm sure there are some mistakes but this should serve as a good reference point once draws come out. Also shows depth of talent comparatively at each weight.
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