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FS Credentials at Worlds-All Weights

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57KG - 38 Entries. 7 World/Olympic Medalists. 2 World/Olympic Champs

Andreev (BLR) - World Bronze 14

Atli (TUR) - World Bronze 18

Atrinacharchi (IRI) - Asian Champ 19

Amiraslanov (AZE) - Junior Champ 15, Euro Games Champ 19

Erdenebat (MGL) - World Bronze 17

Fix (USA) - Junior Champ  17

Harutunyan (ARM) - 2 x Junior Bronze 17 and 18…Euro Champ 19

Micic (SRB) - Jr. Bronze 15, Euro Games Silver 19, Euro Bronze 18

Sanayev (KAZ) - World Silver 18

Takahashi (JPN) - World Champ 17, World Bronze 18

Uguev (RUS) - World Champ 18

Yatsenko (UKR) - World Bronze 17

 

 

61KG - 26 Entries. 4 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ

Bonne (CUB) - World Champ 18, World Bronze 17, World Bronze 14

Ehsanpoor (IRI) - Asian Champ 19 - 5th in worlds 17

Graff (USA) - Pan Am Champ 17

Gvarzatilov (AZE) - World Bronze 16 - Junior Champ 13

Idrisov (RUS) - U23 Champ 18

Lomtadze (GEO) - World Silver 16

Tumenbileg (MGL) - World Bronze 18

Topal (TUR) - Euro Bronze 18 and 19

Yamaguchi (JPN) - Junior  Champ 19

 

 

65KG - 46 Entries. 7 World/Olympic Medalists. 3 World/Olympic champs

Aliev (AZE) - World Champ 17, 15, 14, Olympic Bronze 16

Guidea (ROU) - Euro Bronze 16; 18

Khinchegashvili (GEO) - Olympic Silver 12, Gold 16, World Silver 14, Champ 15, Bronze 17

Kilicsallayan (TUR) - Euro Silver 19; Bronze 18, University Champ 14, Junior Champ 13

Muszukajev (HUN) - Junior Silver, Russian Runner Up in 2018

Niyazbekov (KAZ) - World Bronze - 2011

Otoguro (JPN) - World Champ 18

Punia, Bajrang (IND) - World Silver 18

Rashidov (RUS) - World Silver 17, 18 

Retherford (USA) - Cadet Champ 12

Skryabin (BLR) - University Bronze 14, Russian Nationals Bronze 16

Tevanyan (ARM) - U23 Euro Champ 2019, Jr Bronze 18

Valdes Tobier (CUB) - World Bronze 17, 18

 

 

70KG - 30 Entries. 7 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ

Baev (RUS) - Jr Champ 17, U23 Silver 18

Batirov (BRN) - World Silver 18…HE’S 34! Junior Silver 03, Euro Silver 04; 09,

Dogdurbek Uulu (KGZ) - World Bronze 16

Emamichoughuei (IRI) - U23 Bronze 17, Jr World Bronze 17

Gadzhiev (POL) - World Silver 17

Ganzorig (MGL) - World Bronze 13, 14

Green (USA) - World Bronze 15, Silver 17

Iakobishvili (GEO) - World Bronze 18, World Champ 17

Karpach (BLR) - Euro Bronze 18

Navruzov (UZB) - World Silver 15, Olympic Bronze 16,

Radulov (UKR) - University Silver 12, University Bronze 13, Euro Bronze 16

Sava (MDA) - University Silver 16, University Bronze 14

 

 

74KG - 41 Entries. 10 World/Olympic Medalists. 4 World/Olympic Champs

Abdurakhmanov (UZB) - World Bronze 14, 18

Afzali Paemami (IRI) - University Champ 12, 16

Bekzhanov (KAZ) - World Silver 16

Kaisanov (KAZ) - Asian Champ 19

Sakaev (KAZ) - University Bronze 16

Burroughs (USA) - World Champ 11, 13, 15, 17, Olympic Champ 12, World Bronze 14, 18

Chamizo (ITA) - World Bronze 10, World Champ 15, 17, Olympic Bronze 16

Demirtas (TUR) - Olympic Bronze 16, World Bronze 17, 

Gadzhiev (AZE) - Junior Champ 18, Junior Bronze 19, Sr. Euro Games Bronze 19

Garzon Caballero (CUB) - He’s 35! Junior world Champ IN 2003 (Andy Simmons was in this bracket)!!! World Bronze 05 (Chris Bono took 22), World Bronze 06 (Bill Zadick won!), World Silver 07 (Doug Schwab took 5th here), World Bronze 10

Gomez (PUR) - World Silver 11, 

Kentchadze (GEO) - World Silver 18, 

Khadjiev (FRA) - Euro Silver 17, 18, Junior Champ 14

Nurikau (BLR) - World 5th - 14, 15, 17

Sidakov (RUS) - World Champ 18

Kumar (IND) - He’s 36! Olympic Silver 12, Olympic Bronze 08, World Champ 10

Vasilioglu (ROU) - University Silver 18

 

 

79KG - 24 Entries. 4 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ

Dake (USA) - World Champ 18

Gaidarov (BLR) - HE’S 39! World Silver 03, Olympic Silver 08

Hasanov (AZE) - World Bronze 11, Silver 18, Olympic Bronze 16

Kurbanov (UZB) - World Bronze 13

Nabiev (RUS) - Junior Champ 15, U23 Silver 18

Nazhmudinov (ROU) - U23 Bronze 18

Salkazanov (SVK) - U23 Champ 18

Teymouri (IRI) - Asian Champ 19

 

 

86KG - 46 Entries. 9 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ

Aminashvili (GEO) - World Bronze 15

Dauletbekov (KAZ) - U23 Silver 17

Davlumbaev (KAZ) - U23 Bronze 16

Downey (USA) - Junior World Silver 12

Dudarov (GER) - Junior World Silver 12

Erdin (TUR) - World Silver 18

Espinal Fajardo (PUR) - Olympic Silver 12

Friev Naskideava (ESP) - World Bronze 18

Gostiev (AZE) - Euro Silver 16, 17, 18

Ianulov (MDA) - University Champ 10, University Bronze 13

Makoev (SVK) - World Silver 17

Naifonov (RUS) - Junior World Champ 17, U23 Silver 18, Euro Champ 18

Orazgylyov (TKM) - U23 Silver 18

Punia (IND) - Junior Champ 19, Junior silver 18

Shabanov (BLR) - World Bronze 13, 14, 17, 18

Takatani (JPN) - World Silver 2014

Torreblanca (CUB) - Pan Am Champ 19, 17, 15

Vereb (HUN) - World Bronze 13

Yazdani Charati (IRI) - World Champ 17, Olympic Champ 16, World Bronze 18, World Silver 15

 

 

92KG - 20 Entries. 3 World/Olympic Medalists. 1 World/Olympic Champ

Cox (USA) - World Champ 18, World Bronze 17, Olympic Bronze 16

Karimimachiani (IRI) - World Bronze 15, 18

Mtsituri (GEO) - U23 Bronze 17, Euro Silver 19

Rubaev (MDA) - Junior Silver 2011

Toth (HUN) - University World Silver 18

Yankouski (BLR) - World Silver 18

Zhabrailov (RUS) - Russian Nationals Champ 19, Bronze 18

Zubairov (AZE) - U23 Champ 18

 

 

97KG - 28 Entries. 7 World/Olympic Medalists. 3 World/Olympic Champs

Andriitsev (UKR) - Olympic Silver 2012, World Bronze 14

Hushtyn (BLR) - Euro Silver 17,18,19

Ibragimov (UZB) - Olympic Bronze 16

Odikadze (GEO) - World Bronze 18

Sadulaev (RUS) - World Champ 14, 15, 18, World Silver 17, Olympic Champ 16

Saritov (ROU) - World Bronze 11, Olympic Bronze 16

Shabanibengar (IRI) - U23 Bronze 18

Sharifov (AZE) - World Champ 11, Olympic Champ 12, World Bronze 09, Olympic Bronze 16

Snyder (USA) - World Champ, 15, 17, Olympic Champ 16, World Silver 18

Thiele (GER) - Junior Silver 16

 

 

125KG - 31 Entries. 6 World/Olympic Medalists. 2 World/Olympic Champs

Akguel - (TUR) - World Champ 14, 15, World Silver 17 World Bronze 13, Olympic Champ 16

Berianidze (ARM) - World Bronze 10, 17

Deng (CHN) - World Silver 18

Gwiazdowski (USA) - World Bronze 17, 18

Khotsianivski (UKR) - University Silver 13, University Bronze 12

Khugaev (RUS) - Russian Champ 19 

Ligeti (HUN) - University Bronze 10

Magomedov (AZE) - World Silver 15, World Bronze 11

Mohebbi (IRI) - Asian Champ 19

Petriashvili (GEO) - World Champ 17, 18, World Bronze 14, 15, Olympic Bronze 16

Rakhimov (UZB) - Junior Bronze 18

Romanov (MDA) - University Bronze 16

Edited by Jon_Kozak
Edited Snyder's and Friev (86 Spain World Bronze)

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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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2 hours ago, Shiraz123 said:

Is the Japanese wrestler at 61 the 2019 junior world champion?

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.

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2 hours ago, The Genius said:

Not hugely relevant but Ehsanpour at 61kg was Junior Champ in 2012 (and Karimi in 2014 I think)

Great work!

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.

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32 minutes ago, Jon_Kozak said:

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.

Japan is so good at these lower weights and 61 is fairly weak. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him in the finals

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5 hours ago, Jon_Kozak said:

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. 

Thanks Jon - That is great info

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6 minutes ago, AnklePicker said:

Freaking 65kg...wow.  Has there been a deeper weight? Zain is the least credentialed guy in the weight. 

This isn’t a complete list of all entrants.  There are others that are less credentialed (and thus not listed).  Perhaps you mean of the entrants listed here.

But yes, 65kg is nuts.  And so is 74kg.  Didn’t realize how stacked it is.

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8 hours ago, nom said:

This isn’t a complete list of all entrants.  There are others that are less credentialed (and thus not listed).  Perhaps you mean of the entrants listed here.

But yes, 65kg is nuts.  And so is 74kg.  Didn’t realize how stacked it is.

Duh well that makes sense thanks. Well there are all a heck of a lot of credentials in that list. 

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1 hour ago, AnklePicker said:

Duh well that makes sense thanks. Well there are all a heck of a lot of credentials in that list. 

Snyder, Dake and  Burroughs were probably  among the least credentialed at their first worlds. IIRC among them only Snyder had placed as a junior.

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2 hours ago, NJDan said:

Snyder, Dake and  Burroughs were probably  among the least credentialed at their first worlds. IIRC among them only Snyder had placed as a junior.

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.

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On 9/11/2019 at 12:32 AM, Jon_Kozak said:

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.

It's the guy who won 61 I believe. The close match you are referring to was the 57 final. This guy basically ran through junior worlds. 

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48 minutes ago, Shiraz123 said:

It's the guy who won 61 I believe. The close match you are referring to was the 57 final. This guy basically ran through junior worlds. 

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.

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Interesting there are two 2019 junior champs...Japan’s 61 rep and India’s 86 rep. Curious if anyone on the men’s side has ever won both a junior and senior world title in the same year? I know junior eligible guys have won senior world titles, but did any of them actually wrestle and win the junior world tournament that same year?

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