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  1. Wow, 3 Buckeyes into the finals. Impressive...
  2. Did anyone catch the name of that Truck that hit Nashon?
  3. LMFAO a the guy who wrestled Kolin Moore. Dude had to be 50....is Howard Stern in the building shooting a skit??
  4. Kharchla looked impressive early on going up 7-5 against last year's NCAA runner up Tyler Berger before losing 17-7. Kharchla looked like he tweaked his knee on a leg roll and Berger took advantage of that and finished him with rolls.
  5. Nicholas Boykin has looked solid at 97KG
  6. Well at least the Women's FS brackets are finally up.... https://arena.flowrestling.org/event/2559d0af-3fa9-44cd-b7a8-91e454a30d7a
  7. There are plenty more events to qualify. The big 2 are the Olympic Trials Qualifier (OTW know as Senior Nationals) in December 2019 (top 5 qualify) and the Final Olympic Trials Qualifier (Last Chance) in March 2020 which is only open to non-qualifiers (top 2 qualify). So that's a minimum of 7 more qualifiers per weight. This is not even including 2020 NCAA champions and Pan Am games. After yesterday there are now 24 qualifiers across 6 weights so about 4 per weight already. Bottom line is if you are a top 10 guy at your weight you "should" qualify in one way or another. Video explanation below... https://www.flowrestling.org/video/6588170-2020-olympic-team-trials-whos-in-and-whos-out
  8. So new qualifiers then are.. Gross JO Imar Dieringer Macch Gable
  9. It would seem so.... "2019 Bill Farrell International Open November 2019 The highest placed Senior Freestyle USA athlete per weight category winning a medal, who has yet to qualify will earn a spot in the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials ‐ Wrestling." http://content.themat.com/forms/2020-OLY-MFS.pdf but....I don't see Imar on the list below https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/October/01/2020-Olympic-Team-Trials-Qualifiers-as-of-Oct-1 Men’s freestyle 57 kg 2018 World Team member – Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC) 2019 World Team member – Daton Fix (Titan Mercury WC/Cowboy RTC) Qualified at non-Olympic weight (61 kg) 2018 Final X champion – Nahshon Garrett (Sunkist Kids) 2018 World Team member – Joe Colon (Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC) 2019 World Team member – Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury WC/NJRTC) 65 kg 2018 World Team member – Logan Stieber (Titan Mercury WC) 2019 World Team member – Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) Qualified at non-Olympic weight (70 kg) 2019 World Team member – James Green (Sunkist Kids) 74 kg Automatic Final X berth – Jordan Burroughs, 2019 World bronze medalist (Sunkist Kids) 2019 Junior World champion – David Carr (Cyclone RTC) Qualified at non-Olympic weight (79 kg) 2019 World Team member – Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury WC) Note: As a 2019 World champion at a non-Olympic weight, Dake earns a bid to the semifinals of the weight he chooses 86 kg 2018 World Team member – David Taylor (Nittany Lion WC) 2019 World Team member – Pat Downey (Titan Mercury WC/NJRTC) Qualified at non-Olympic weight (92 kg) 2019 World Team member – J’den Cox (Titan Mercury WC/USOPTC) Note: As a 2019 World champion at a non-Olympic weight, Cox earns a bid to the semifinals of the weight he chooses 97 kg Automatic Final X berth – Kyle Snyder, 2019 World bronze medalist (Titan Mercury) 125 kg 2019 World Team member – Nick Gwiazdowski (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC) 2019 Junior World champion – Mason Parris (Cliff Keen WC) U23 World Champion Bo Nickal
  10. Refs didn't do Myles Martin any favors there...
  11. http://arena.flowrestling.org/event/c4aea790-5d44-4a6a-9580-4118c2a3f6b9
  12. Bader in Flo interview. He's going to train there part time and split time with the OTC in Colorado Springs. FWIW he's already been at Ohio RTC, was there last year for a few days he said. He also said he knows what weight he is going but won't say. My guess is 97kg because of weigh in rule changes. I wonder if Snyder knew that before his move....
  13. He retore his ACL but decided not to get it fixed.
  14. I would certainly support it but I have to admit I don't really watch it. I watch other women's sports though like tennis, USWNT, NCAA Women's Bball, Track and Field. Not sure why I never got into wrestling.
  15. I have no knowledge of his HS matches but you realize he just beat Josh Saunders 10-0 and also beat Victor Voinovich handily? I have no doubt he should RS though as the top college guys could potentially ride him for 2 periods.
  16. Not hard to predict if you see his list of who he follows lol. But congrats young man
  17. He wrestled 152 in HS last year.
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