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http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2016/February/26/Burroughs-Scott-and-USA-freestylers-get-Pan-Am-draws

PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
At Frisco, Texas

U.S. Men’s freestyle draws for Saturday


57 kg/125.5 lbs. – Sam Hazewinkel, Norman, Okla. (Sunkist Kids)
Vs. Eliesar Guevera Abrines (Cuba)

61 kg/134 lbs.- Coleman Scott, Chapel Hill, N.C. (Sunkist Kids)
Vs. Jefferson Walter Mayea Figueroa (Ecuador), 3rd in 2014 and 2015 Pan American Championships, 2008 Pan American Junior champion

65 kg/143 lbs. - James Green, Lincoln, Neb. (Titan Mercury WC/Nebraska RTC)
Vs. Dillon Williams (Canada), 3rd in 2015 Canada Cup, 2nd in 2014 Canada Cup, 5th in 2012 Cadet World Championships

70 kg/154 lbs. - Frank Molinaro, State College, Pa. (Nittany Lion WC)
Vs. Hernan Guzman Ipuz (Colombia)m 5th in 2015 Pan American Games, 2014 South American Games champion, 3rd in 2013 Pan American Championships

74 kg/163 lbs - Jordan Burroughs, Lincoln, Neb. (Sunkist Kids/Nebraska RTC)
Vs. Pedro Orlando Martinez Chen (Guatemala), 2013 Central American Tournament champion

86 kg/189 lbs. - Keith Gavin, Charlottesville, Va. (Titan Mercury WC)
Vs. Edison Omar Paladines Alberca (Ecuador), 2015 South American Championships champion, 3rd in 2010 Pan American Junior Championships

97 kg/213 lbs. - Scott Schiller, Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnesota Storm)
Vs. winner of
Nathaniel Rose (Trinidad and Tobago), 5th in 2015 Pan American Championships, attends Univ. at Buffalo
Jose Daniel Diaz Robertty (Venezuela), 3rd in 2011 and 2015 Pan American Games, 2012 Olympian, 3rd in 2012 Pan American Championships

125 kg/275 lbs. - Dom Bradley, Blue Springs, Mo. (Sunkist Kids)
Vs. Antoine Braga Abou Jaoude (Brazil), 2nd in 2015 Brazil Cup, 5th in 2007 Pan American Games, 2nd in 2008 Pan American Championships

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Anyone know how to see who's on deck, which mat, etc?

 

FYI, just watch Scott easily tech his guy from Ecuador in about 1 minute.  Double leg, 1 leg lace turn, a go behind basically, then a single up in air, laced other leg with his leg for back exposure and done.

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Announcer just used 'quadpod' ... yes!  glad to hear it.  I'm tired of people using 'tripod' when there are two hands and two feet on mat.  It is not a tripod.

Quadpod.  Have used this term for years.  Just makes sense.

Edited by Coach_J

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At 65, Green vs Montero. Didn't see the matches but Montero tf Bonne 10-0, then Montero tf Peru 12-2. Was Bonne undersized or is Montero that good?

 

Wonder if USA is waiting to see how Green does here before they decide on who wrestles at 65 at qualifiers.

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Bonne cuts to 57 so he was certainly undersized. Still he's beaten some good 65s do it's a nice win.

 

I'm assuming all the Cubans will be down to regular weight for the qualifiers. Lopez and Salas were up a weight here as well.

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Giving a shout out to Mike and Brock calling the play by play at Pan Am's.

 

Loving Mike's technical analysis and technique breakdown on the fly as he does play by play. And Brock has one of those professional broadcast voices. Real nice job guys.

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Congratulations to Coach Matt Lindland and the Greco team! Team Gold and lots of individual hardware at Pan Am's. 

 

No, it wasn't the qualifiers, and no, it wasn't against AZE, TUR, GEO, RUS, KOR, etc, but still, nice to see some American Greco success. Hope they keep it rolling.

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Congratulations to Coach Matt Lindland and the Greco team! Team Gold and lots of individual hardware at Pan Am's. 

 

No, it wasn't the qualifiers, and no, it wasn't against AZE, TUR, GEO, RUS, KOR, etc, but still, nice to see some American Greco success. Hope they keep it rolling.

It's a little hard to know exactly how strong our performance was from team scores since other teams didn't participate at certain weights and this hurts team scores enormously.

 

Here are our comparisons vs other viable international greco teams in terms of placement above or below them in the Olympic weights.  Cuba is a Top 10 greco nation globally.  No one else is close:

 

Cuba: 1-5

Brazil: 2-2

Canada: 3-1

Venezuela: 4-1-1

Mexico: 3-2

 

Overall head-to-heads (in terms of weight-class finish) at Olympic weights against other viable teams: 13-11-1

Edited by maligned

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Congratulations to Coach Matt Lindland and the Greco team! Team Gold and lots of individual hardware at Pan Am's. 

 

No, it wasn't the qualifiers, and no, it wasn't against AZE, TUR, GEO, RUS, KOR, etc, but still, nice to see some American Greco success. Hope they keep it rolling.

Yes Congrats indeed!  It was a great performance by these guys.  Our young guys are looking good.  Speiller looks like he can throw anyone rite now from any position.  

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