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Apologize for bad formatting.

 

I haven't seen anyone else put out a list yet, so I went through the selection criteria (https://www.teamusa.org/usa-wrestling/team-usa/team-selection-criteria) for the Olympic Team Trials and filled out everyone that has qualified so far with the Pan Am Olympic Qualifier complete.

If you see anything off, let me know and I can correct it.

It's separated by Olympic Weight Qualifiers and other World Team Weight Qualifiers that will have to change weights by the dashes. If a weight hasn't been officially declared, then wrestlers were put into where they have most recently wrestled or appear to fit best.

I've started to make an attempt at seeding/brackets below each list of weight qualifiers. So 57KG seed guess will be under the 57KG qualifiers. Seeding criteria is within each teams selection criteria above. I am not including Inj Defaults as a win/lost, but will notate that it exists. Records against each other are since Apr 2019 (US Open).

Men's Freestyle

Keep in mind that a wrestler is able to change weights at anytime up until the Olympic Trials Weigh-Ins. This is a based on where wrestlers have said they will wrestle or have wrestled recently. If they have done neither, then they are projected based on best available information. Being qualified also doesn't mean that a wrestler will compete.

57KG
2017 World Team - Thomas Gilman
2018 World Team - Thomas Gilman
2018 World Team (Inj) (61KG) - Nashon Garrett
2018 World Team (61KG) - Joe Colon
2019 World Team - Daton Fix (No Medal)
2019 World Team [61KG] - Tyler Graff (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Champ - X
2019 JR. World Champ [61KG] - X
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 U23 World Champ [61KG] - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Seth Gross
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Spencer Lee
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Nathan Tomasello
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Vitali Arujau
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Nick Suriano
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Zach Sanders
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) [61KG] - Tyler Graff
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Thomas Gilman
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

1. Fix (3-2 with Gilman; 1-0 with Arujau) - Fix has more wins against Gilman and has lost to no one else.

2. Gilman (1-0 with Tomasello; 2-3 with Fix; 1-0 with Colon)

3. Lee (1-0 with Arujau; 1-0 with Tomasello) - Beat Arujau, which is a better win that Suriano.

4. Gross (1-0 with Suriano; 1-0 with Tomasello) - Could easily be switch with Arujau. 

5. Arujau (0-1 with Fix; 0-1 with Lee; 1-0 with Suriano; 3-0 with Sanders; FFT from Tomasello and Suriano) - Only lost to those above and has the FFT wins from Tomasello and Suriano. Also has a loss to Richards. 

6. Tomasello (1-0 with Garrett; 0-1 with Gilman; 0-1 with Gross; 0-1 with Lee; FFT to Arujau) - Better finish at the Trials. 

7. Suriano (1-0 with Sanders; 1-0 with Colon; 1-0 with Garrett; 0-1 with Gross; 0-1 with Arujau; FFT to Arujau; Inj from Garrett)

8. Graff (2-1 with Colon) - Hasn't wrestled 57 this year but does own a couple wins over Colon at Final X. 

9. Colon (1-2 with Graff; 0-1 with Gilman; 0-1 with Suriano)

10. Garrett (0-1 with Suriano; 0-1 with Tomasello; Inj to Suriano and Sanders) - Garrett pushed down due to no wins against the rest of the field and a loss to Richards.

11. Sanders (0-3 with Arujau; 0-1 with Suriano; Inj from Garrett) - Sanders here because of no wins against the rest of the field and numerous losses to those not here.

65KG
2017 World Team (61KG) - Logan Stieber (Retired)
2017 World Team - Zain Retherford
2018 World Team - Logan Stieber (Retired)
2019 World Team - Zain Retherford (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Champ - X
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Jordan Oliver
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Jordan Oliver
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Joey McKenna
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Nick Lee
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Yianni Diakomihalis
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Frank Molinaro
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Yianni Diakomihalis
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) (70KG) - Anthony Ashnault
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

1. Retherford (2-2 with Yianni; 2-0 with Oliver; 1-0 with Molinaro; 1-0 with McKenna) - Gets the nod over Yianni due to better record against Oliver and McKenna

2. Yianni (2-2 with Retherford; 1-0 with Oliver; 1-0 with Molinaro; 0-1 with McKenna; Inj to Lee)

3. Oliver (0-1 with Yianni; 0-2 with Retherford; 2-0 with McKenna; 1-1 with Molinaro; 1-0 with Lee)

4. - McKenna (1-0 with Yianni; 0-2 to Oliver; 0-1 to Molinaro; 0-1 to Retherford) - Molinaro/McKenna/Lee have round robin wins against each other. Molinaro gets knocked down due to taking losses to guys not in the tournament that McKenna and Lee don't have (Lazor and Ness).

5. Lee (1-0 with Molinaro; 0-1 with Oliver; Inj from Yianni)

6. Molinaro (1-1 with Oliver; 1-0 with McKenna; 0-1 with Yianni; 0-1 with Lee; 0-1 with Retherford)

7. Ashnault

8. Stieber (People have attempted Olympic comebacks before)


74KG
2017 World Team - Jordan Burroughs
2017 World Team (70KG) - James Green
2017 World Team (79KG) - X
2018 World Team - Jordan Burroughs
2018 World Team (70KG) - James Green
2018 World Team (79KG) - Kyle Dake
2019 World Team - Jordan Burroughs (Bronze) - Part 2 Final Wrestle Off
2019 World Team (70KG) - James Green (No Medal)
2019 World Team (79KG) - Kyle Dake (WC) - Part 1 Semi-Finals
2019 JR. World Champ - David Carr
2019 JR. World Champ (70KG) - X
2019 JR. World Champ (79KG) - X
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 U23 World Champ (70KG) - X
2019 U23 World Champ (79KG) - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Isaiah Martinez
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Logan Massa
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Mekhi Lewis
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Thomas Gantt
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Evan Wick
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Anthony Valencia
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Jordan Burroughs
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) (79KG) - Jason Nolf
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

Burroughs - Bye to Part 2 Wrestle Off

Dake - Bye to Bottom Semifinal (#2 & #3 will wrestle prior)

1. Martinez (3-1 with Nolf; 2-0 with Gantt; 1-2 with Burroughs)  - Beaten Nolf a few times and has a win over Burroughs.

2. Green (1-0 with Nolf) - Has the head to head with Nolf. No matches at 74KG.

3. Nolf (1-3 with Martinez; 1-0 with Valencia; 2-0 with Massa; 0-1 with Green)

4. Massa (1-1 with Gantt; 0-2 with Nolf; 1-1 with Valencia; 1-1 with Lewis) - Has a win and loss against everyone below, but no losses to guys not in the tournament.

5. Lewis (2-0 with Gantt; 1-1 with Massa) - Beat Gantt a couple times

6. Gantt (1-1 with Massa; 0-2 with Lewis; 2-0 with Valencia; 0-2 with Martinez; 1-0 with Wick; FFT from Wick) - Beat Valencia a couple times.

7. Valencia (0-1 with Nolf; 1-0 with Wick; 0-2 with Gantt; 1-1 with Massa) - Beat Wick.

8. Wick (0-1 with Valencia; 0-1 with Gantt; FFT to Gantt)

9. Carr - No matches against anyone.


86KG
2018 World Team - David Taylor
2019 World Team - Pat Downey (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Champ - X
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Alex Dieringer
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Zahid Valencia
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Myles Martin
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Alex Dieringer
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Brett Pfarr
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Samuel Brooks
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - David Taylor
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

1. Taylor - No matches due to injury, but has common opponent wins over Torreblanca (Cuba), who beat Dieringer and Downey.

2. Valencia  (1-0 with Martin; 1-2 with Dieringer) - Has the most recent win over Dieringer @ 86 when 2 losses were at 79. No other losses.

3. Dieringer  (2-0 with Pfarr; 1-0 with Brooks; 1-0 with Downey; 1-1 with Martin; 2-1 with Valencia) - Loss to Martin drops down a seed. 

4. Downey (1-0 with Martin; 0-1 with Dieringer) - H2H with Dieringer along with common international opponents/placements.

5. Martin  (1-1 with Dieringer; 0-1 with Valencia; 0-1 with Downey; 1-0 with Pfarr; FFT to Pfarr)

6. Brooks (2-0 with Pfarr; 0-1 with Dieringer)

7. Pfarr  (0-2 with Dieringer; 0-2 with Brooks; 0-1 with Martin; FFR from Martin)


97KG
2017 World Team - Kyle Snyder
2017 World Team - J'Den Cox
2017 World Team [92KG] - X
2018 World Team - Kyle Snyder
2018 World Team [92KG] - J’Den Cox
2019 World Team - Kyle Snyder (Silver) - Part 2 Final Wrestle Off
2019 World Team [92KG] - J’Den Cox (WC) - Part 1 Semi-Finals
2019 JR. World Champ - X
2019 JR. World Champ [92KG] - X
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 U23 World Champ [92KG] - Bo Nickal
2019 Bill Farrell - Michael Machiavello
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Hayden Zillmer
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Kollin Moore
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Ty Walz
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Kyven Gadson
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Jacob Kasper
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Kyle Snyder
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

Snyder - Bye to Part 2 Wrestle Off

Cox - Bye to Bottom Semifinal (#2 & #3 will wrestle prior)

1. Nickal (3-0 with Macchiavello; 1-0 with Zillmer; Inj to Snyder)

2. Macchiavello (0-3 with Nickal; 1-0 with Zillmer; 1-0 with Walz; 0-1 with Snyder)

3. Zillmer (3-0 with Moore; 2-0 with Walz; 0-1 with Nickal; 0-1 with Macchiavello; 0-1 with Snyder)

4. Moore (0-3 with Zillmer; 1-0 with Gadson)

5. Gadson (2-1 with Walz; 1-0 with Kasper; 0-1 with Moore; 0-2 with Snyder)

6. Walz (1-2 with Gadson; 0-1 with Macchiavello; 0-2 with Zillmer; 1-0 with Kasper)

7. Kasper (0-1 with Gadson, Walz, Cox)

 

125KG
2017 World Team - Nick Gwiazdowski
2018 World Team - Nick Gwiazdowski
2019 World Team - Nick Gwiazdowski (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Champ - Mason Parris
2019 U23 World Champ - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Gable Steveson
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Dominique Bradley
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Anthony Nelson
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Daniel Kerkvliet
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Nick Nevills
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Garrett Ryan
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Anthony Nelson
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Nick Gwiazdowski
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

Seeding

1. Gwiazdowski - World teamer that qualified the weight

2. Steveson (2-0 with Bradley; 1-0 with Nelson; 1-0 with Nevills; 0-2 with Gwiz)

3. Bradley (2-0 with Ryan; 1-1 with Nelson; 0-2 with Steveson) - H2H is even, but Bradley has latest with from Sr Nats.

4. Nelson (1-0 with Ryan; 1-1 with Bradley; 1-0 with Kerkvliet; 0-1 with Steveson)

5. Kerkvliet (2-0 with Nevills; 1-0 with Ryan; 0-1 with Nelson) - Gets the nod over Parris with only a loss to Nelson.

6. Parris - Has no matches with anyone else, but does have the Jr. Gold.

7. Nevills (1-0 with Ryan; 0-1 with Steveson; 0-2 with Kerkvliet)

8. Ryan (0-3 with Bradley; 0-1 with Nelson; 0-1 with Nelson; 0-1 with Kerkvliet)

 

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Women's

Keep in mind that a wrestler is able to change weights at anytime up until the Olympic Trials Weigh-Ins. This is a based on where wrestlers have said they will wrestle or have wrestled recently. If they have done neither, then they are projected based on best available information. Being qualified also doesn't mean that a wrestler will compete.

50KG
2017 World Team - X
2017 World Team (48KG) - Victoria Anthony
2018 World Team - Whitney Conder
2018 World Team (53KG) - Sarah Hildebrandt
2019 World Team - Whitney Conder (No Medal)
2019 World Team (53KG) - Sarah Hildebrandt (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Erin Golston
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Alyssa Lampe
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Victoria Anthony
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Amy Fearnside
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Emily Shilson
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Alleida Martinez
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Victoria Anthony
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Sarah Hildebrandt (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 101 Champ - Esthela Trevino
WCWA 109 Champ - Emily Shilson

Seeding

Hildebrandt - Bye to Part 2 Wrestle Off

1. Conder (3-0 with Anthony; 1-0 with Shilson, Golston ) - Competed and placed at more UWW tournaments

2. Lampe (1-0 with Anthony, Fearnside)

3. Anthony (1-0 with Martinez; 2-0 with Fearnside; 0-3 with Conder; 3-0 with Golston; 1-0 with Shilson; 0-1 with Lampe, Hildebrandt)

4. Golston (0-1 with Conder; 1-0 with Martinez; 0-3 with Anthony; 1-1 with Fearnside) - Most recent win over Fearnside @ Farrell.

5. Fearnside (4-0 with Shilson; 0-2 with Anthony; 2-0 with Martinez; 1-1 with Golston; 0-1 with Lampe)Golston (0-1 with Conder; 1-0 with Martinez; 0-3 with Anthony; 1-1 with Fearnside)

6. Shilson (2-1 with Martinez; 0-1 with Conder, Anthony; 0-4 with Fearnside)

7. Martinez (1-2 with Shilson; 0-1 with Anthony, Golston; 0-2 with Fearnside)

8. Trevino (No matches)

53KG
2017 World Team - Haley Augello
2018 World Team(55KG) - Jacarra Winchester
2019 World Team(55KG)Jacarra Winchester (Gold) - Part 1 Semi
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Areana Villaescusa
2019 Bill Farrell [57KG] - Ronna Heaton
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Dominique Parrish
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Areana Villaescusa
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Katherine Shai
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Alisha Howk
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Ronna Heaton
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Jacarra Winchester (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 116 Champ - Jaslynn Gallegos

Seeding

Winchester - Bye to Part 2 Wrestle Off

1. Parrish (2-0 with Howk; 3-1 with Villaescusa; 0-1 with Winchester) - Villaescusa loss is better than the Shai loss.

2. Augello (1-0 with Villaescusa; 1-1 with Shai)

3. Villaescusa (1-0 with Heaton, Howk; 2-0 with Shai; 0-1 with Winchester, Augello, Gallegos; 0-3 with Parrish)

4. Shai (2-0 with Howk; 1-1 with Augello; 1-0 with Heaton; 0-2 with Villaescusa)

5. Howk (1-0 with Gallegos; 1-0 with Heaton; 0-1 with Winchester; 0-2 with Parrish, Shai) 

6. Heaton (0-1 with Howk, Villaescusa, Shai) - More tournaments/placings than Gallegos

7. Gallegos (0-1 with Howk, Villaescusa)

57KG
2017 World Team - X
2017 World Team (55KG) - Becca Leathers
2017 World Team (58KG) - Helen Maroulis
2017 World Team (59KG) - X
2017 World Team (60KG) - Alli Ragan
2018 World Team - Helen Maroulis
2018 World Team (Inj) (59KG) - Alli Ragan
2018 World Team (59KG) - Jenna Burkert
2019 World Team - Jenna Burkert (No Medal)
2019 World Team (59KG) - Alli Ragan (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist (55KG) - X
2019 JR. World Medalist (59KG) - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist (55KG) - X
2019 U23 World Medalist (59KG) - X
2019 Bill Farrell (57KG) - Ronna Heaton
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Abigail Nette
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Tiana Jackson
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Cameron Guerin
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Shauna Kemp
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Alexandra Hedrick
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Helen Maroulis (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 123 Champ - Julia Vidallon
WCWA 130 Champ - Abigail Nette

Seeding

Maroulis - Bye to Part 2 wrestle off

1. Leathers (3-0 with Burkert; 1-0 with Guerin)

2. Ragan  (0-1 with Nette) - Higher place at Rome Ranking series

3. Burkert (0-3 with Leathers)

4. Nette (0-1 with Ragan; 1-0 with Hedrick, Jackson)

5. Jackson (0-1 with Nette; 1-0 with Kemp)  - Placed ahead of Guerin, Kemp, Hedrick @ Sr. Nats

6. Guerin (1-0 with Kemp; 0-1 with Leathers, Hedrick, Nette) - Placed 3rd at Open with less losses other wrestlers

7. Kemp (3-0 with Hedrick; 0-1 with Jackson, Guerin)

8. Hedrick (1-0 with Guerin; 0-3 with Kemp; 0-1 with Nette)

9. Vidallon (No Matches with the field)

62KG
2017 World Team - X
2017 World Team (63KG) -Mallory Velte
2018 World Team - Mallory Velte
2019 World Team - Kayla Miracle (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist (65KG) - Macey Kilty (Silver)
2019 U23 World Medalist - Kayla Miracle (Silver)
2019 U23 World Medalist (65KG) - X
2019 U23 World Medalist (68KG) - Macey Kilty (Silver)
2019 Bill Farrell - Emma Bruntil
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Emma Bruntil
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Maya Nelson
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Macey Kilty
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Julia Salata
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Jennifer Page
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Mallory Velte
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Kayla Miracle (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 136 Champ - Zoe Nowicki

Seeding

Miracle - Bye to Part 2 wrestle off

1. Velte (1-1 with Bruntil) - Has most recent win (same tournament). Won Pan Ams.

2. Bruntil (1-1 with Velte; 1-0 with Kilty; Inj from Nelson) - Has win over Velte and placed higher at Sr. Nats

3. Nelson (2-0 with Kilty, Salata; 1-0 with Page; Inj to Bruntil)

4. Kilty (2-0 with Salata; 1-0 with Page; 0-2 with Nelson; 0-1 with Bruntil)

5. Salata (1-0 with Nowicki; 0-2 with Nelson, Kilty)

6. Page (0-1 with Nelson, Kilty) - Placed higher at Sr. Nats

7. Nowicki (0-1 with Salata)

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2017 World Team - X
2017 World Team (65KG) - X
2017 World Team (69KG) - Tamyrah Mensah
2017 World Team (72KG) - X
2017 World Team (75KG) - Victoria Francis
2018 World Team - Tamyrah Mensah
2018 World Team (65KG) - Forrest Molinari
2019 World Team - Tamyrah Mensah (Gold) Part 2 Final Wrestle Off
2019 World Team (65KG) - Forrest Molinari (No Medal)
2019 World Team (72 KG) - Victoria Francis (No Medal)
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist (72KG) - X
2019 U23 World Medalist (72KG)- X
2019 Bill Farrell - Alexandria Glaude
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Forrest Molinaro
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Victoria Francis
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Ashlynn Ortega
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Alexandria Glaude
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Nahiela Magee
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Tamyrah Mensah
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 143 Champ - Morgan Norris
WCWA 155 Champ - Rachel Watters

Seeding

Mensah - Bye to Part 2 wrestle off

76
2017 World Team - X
2018 World Team - Adaline Gray
2018 World Team [72KG] - Erin Clodgo
2019 World Team - Adaline Gray (Gold) Part 2 Final Wrestle Off
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Hannah Gladden
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Precious Bell
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Dymond Guilford
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Randi Beltz
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Jessika Rottier
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Yelena Makoyed
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -
WCWA 170 Champ - Mariah Harris
WCWA 191 Champ - Alexandra Castillo

Seeding

Gray - Bye to Part 2 wrestle off

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Men's Greco

Keep in mind that a wrestler is able to change weights at anytime up until the Olympic Trials Weigh-Ins. This is a based on where wrestlers have said they will wrestle or have wrestled recently. If they have done neither, then they are projected based on best available information. Being qualified also doesn't mean that a wrestler will compete.

60
2017 World Team (59KG) - Ildar Hafizov
2018 World Team - Dalton Roberts
2019 World Team - Ildar Hafizov
2019 World Team (55KG) - Max Nowry
2019 World Team (63KG) - Ryan Mango
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist (55KG) - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist (55KG) - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Sam Jones
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Leslie Fuenffinger
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Sam Jones
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Taylor Lamont
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Joseph Palmer
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Dalton Roberts
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) (55KG) - Max Nowry
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - Colton Rasche (Silver)
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) [55KG] - Josh Medina (Silver)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Ildar Hafizov (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

67
2017 World Team (66KG) - Ellis Coleman
2018 World Team - Ellis Coleman
2018 World Team [63KG] - Jesse Thielke
2019 World Team - Ellis Coleman
2019 World Team [72KG] - Raymond Bunker
2019 JR. World Medalist - Peyton Omania (Bronze)
2019 JR. World Medalist [63KG] - Alston Nutter (Bronze)
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist [63KG] - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Alejandro Sancho
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Alejandro Sancho
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Calvin Germinaro
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Xavier Johnson
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Nolan Baker
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Jamel Johnson
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) (72KG) - Raymon Bunker
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - X (Sancho and Johnson already qualified)
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) [72KG] - Michael Hooker (Silver)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Alejandro Sancho (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

77
2017 World Team (71KG) - Pat Smith
2017 World Team (75KG) - Mason Manville
2018 World Team - Kamal Bey
2018 World Team (72KG) - RaVaughn Perkins
2018 World Team (Inj) [72KG] - Jon Jay Chavez
2018 World Team [82KG] - Geordan Speiller
2019 World Team - Pat Smith
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist [72KG] - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist [72KG] - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Spencer Woods
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Kamal Bey
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Jake Fisher
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - RaVaughn Perkins
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Peyton Walsh
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Corey Hope
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - Vladyslav Dombrovskiy (Gold)
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) [82KG] - Dillon Cowan (Silver)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

87
2017 World Team [80KG] - Cheney Haight
2017 World Team (85KG) - Ben Provisor
2018 World Team - Patrick Martinez
2019 World Team - Joe Rau
2019 World Team [82KG] - John Stefanowicz
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 JR. World Medalist [82KG] - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist [82KG] - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Chandler Rogers
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Jon Anderson
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Patrick Martinez
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Carter Nielsen
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Richard Carlson
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Barrett Stanghill
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - Joe Rau
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) (82KG) - John Stefanowicz
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - Terrence Zaleski (Gold)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - Joe Rau (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

97
2017 World Team (98KG) - G’Angelo Hancock
2018 World Team - G’Angelo Hancock
2019 World Team - G’Angelo Hancock
2019 JR. World Medalist - X
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Lucas Sheridan
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Daniel Miller
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Lucas Sheridan
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Eric Twohey
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - Nicholas Boykin
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Khymba Johnson
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - G'Angelo Hancock
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - Diante Cooper (Silver)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - G’Angelo Hancock (Part 2 Final Wrestle Off)
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

130
2017 World Team - Robby Smith
2018 World Team - Adam Coon
2019 World Team - Adam Coon
2019 JR. World Medalist - Cohlton Schultz (Silver)
2019 U23 World Medalist - X
2019 Bill Farrell - Jacob Mitchell
2019 Olympic Trials Champ - Cohlton Schultz
2019 Olympic Trials 2nd - Jacob Mitchell
2019 Olympic Trials 3rd - Toby Erickson
2019 Olympic Trials 4th - West Cathcart
2019 Olympic Trials 5th - Donny Longenydyke
2020 Pan Am Champ (Gold) - X
2020 US Armed Forces (High [Gold/Silver]) - X (Miller and Erickson already qualified)
2020 Pan Am Qualifier (Qualify Weight) - X
2020 Final Qualifier Champ -
2020 Final Qualifier 2nd -

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Weight Qualification

*Bolded weights are qualifed*

Freestyle -  57, 65, 74, 86, 97, 125

Qualification Opportunities:

  1. World Qualifier (Postponed) - 2 spots

Women's - 50, 53, 57, 62, 68, 76

Greco - 60, 67, 77, 87, 97, 130

  1. World Qualifier (Postponed) - 2 spots

World Qualifier

The World qualifier will be seeded according to this release. Points are distributed based upon this release. Points are earned at the 2019 World Championships, Pan-Am Championships, and the Rome Ranking Series event (15-18 JAN).  Current seeding points are listed next to each name.

Wrestlers listed are those worth knowing for the qualifier. Not every nation/wrestler will be listed.

***At this point all other continental qualifiers have been postponed, so the only opponents known for sure are those that don't make it through the Pan-Am Qualifier.***

 

Men's Freestyle

Team selection procedures: Olympic Trials winner. Confirmed reps in bold.

 

FS 65 – ?

Qualified countries (will NOT be at qualifier. Note - all federation (Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania) qualifiers were postponed, so this list will expand to include 2 from each of these qualifiers.

Russia, India, Kazakhstan, Japan, Mongolia, Hungary, Cuba, Argentina

Who's left? (These are wrestlers that are in FLO wrestling's Jan 2020 rankings, top 20)

#8 Haji Aliev - Azerbaijan (European) - Didn't compete at Euro's. Replacement got bronze. Placed 12th at world's but lost to Russia (Rashidov) and Japan (Otogoro). Has won a few World and European titles.

#10 Ilyas Bekbulatov - Uzbekistan (Asian) - Recent switch from Russia. Won gold at the Asian Championships and Dogu this year @ 70KG. Has won Europeans, Yarygin, and everything but worlds, where he has never been sent.

#17 Meysam Nasiri - Iran (Asian) - Hasn't really had a ton of success at major tournaments with a 10th @ worlds in 17' and 15th at the last Olympics. Others have been sent instead to the Asian and World championships the last couple years. Likely would continue and we will see someone else (Maghsoudi - 19' Jr. World Champ, 3rd Asian Champ)

#19 Niurgun Skriabin - Belarus (European) - 29th at Worlds (lost to MON), but 2nd at Europeans (beating Muszukajev (HUN) and Rahimzade (AZE)).

Current Seeding - 1. Haji Mohamed Ali - Borneo (Asian), 2. Erik Arushanian - Ukraine (European)

Yianni is the currently 5th in seed points, the highest American. It's possible be could slip into a seed depending on who qualifies and/or is sent to the world qualifier.

Outlook – Not as many top level guys as I thought are left. Aliev is the biggest threat here, but should qualify at the European qualifier. Iran and Uzbekistan should be able to qualify at the Asian qualifier. So you have to think that whoever is sent may potentially have to go through 1 top 20 guy to make the finals.

Greco

Team selection procedures: Olympic Trials winners. Confirmed reps in bold.

 

77 - ?

Qualified countries (will NOT be at qualifier. Note - all federation (Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania) qualifiers were postponed, so this list will expand to include 2 from each of these qualifiers.

Hungary, Sweden, Iran, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Cuba, Mexico

      Who's left? (There are no rankings available so this will just be a known name list. Feel free to let me know if anyone needs to be added.)

         Wuileixis de Jesus Rivas Espinoza – Venezuela

Current Seeding - 1. Pavel Liakh - Belarus (Asian), 2. Wuileixis de Jesus Rivas Espinoza - Venezuela

No american is close in seeding points currently.

Outlook – Unknown until World Qualifier entries are known.

 

130 - ?

Qualified countries (will NOT be at qualifier. Note - all federation (Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania) qualifiers were postponed, so this list will expand to include 2 from each of these qualifiers.

Turkey, Cuba, Estonia, Georgia, Iran, Germany, Chile, Brazil

Who's left? (There are no rankings available so this will just be a known name list. Feel free to let me know if anyone needs to be added.)

Moises Salvador Perez Hellburg - Venezuela

Current Seeding - 1. Abdellatif Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed - Egypt (African), 2. Moises Salvador Perez Hellberg - Venezuela

Coon is the currently 4th in seed points, the highest American. It's possible be could slip into a 2nd seed depending on who qualifies and/or is sent to the world qualifier.

Outlook – Not looking good without a great draw. Unknown until World Qualifier entries are known.

 

Women - All weights are qualified.

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Weights that will need to be qualified at the World Qualifier:

Men's FS - 65

Womens - None!

Men's GR -  77, 130

 

For comparison - the US qualified 14 or the 18 weights for 2016 missing out on 2 Greco and 2 Women's.

The US, Turkey, Russia, Mongolia, Iran, Georgia, and Azerbaijan all sent a full Men's FS team.

Egypt, Iran, and Russia sent full Greco teams.

Canada and Japan sent full women's teams.

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Follow-up question: Does this mean they are qualified at those weights listed or can they choose a different weight? I know there are stipulations for the byes, however does Downey being the rep at 86 earn him a berth at his own choosing(74, 86, or 97)?

I imagine if Burroughs or Snyder wished to change weight they would get a bye to the challenge tournament semi-finals, just as Cox and Dake had earned by medaling.

I ask because there are a few where I doubt they can hold the weight and be effective. Omania at 67 in Greco comes to mind. He is a growing boy. Can he now go 72 if he chooses or must it be 67?

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8 minutes ago, nhs67 said:

Thank you very much for putting this together.

Question: Don't past Olympic or World Champions qualify as well, or was that just World Team Trials last year?

Not according to the criteria listed. Probably just World Team Trials.

 

3 minutes ago, nhs67 said:

Follow-up question: Does this mean they are qualified at those weights listed or can they choose a different weight? I know there are stipulations for the byes, however does Downey being the rep at 86 earn him a berth at his own choosing(74, 86, or 97)?

I imagine if Burroughs or Snyder wished to change weight they would get a bye to the challenge tournament semi-finals, just as Cox and Dake had earned by medaling.

I ask because there are a few where I doubt they can hold the weight and be effective. Omania at 67 in Greco comes to mind. He is a growing boy. Can he now go 72 if he chooses or must it be 67?

They can choose any weight they want. However, if they change weights they can lose some of thier seeding criteria. Say Snyder decides to go 125KG, he would then only get a bye to the semis and no longer would have a bye to the best of three finals.

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Since they are seeding the top 2 at the Pan Am Qualifier here are those that earned seeding points at Worlds without qualifying the weight.  Points can also be earned at the 1st ranking event (Matteo Pellicone) and the Pan Am Championships.

MFS

57kg - Tigreros Urbano COL - 14 

86kg - Downey USA - 14

WFS

53kg - Valverde Melendres ECU - 18; Montero Herrera CUB - 16; Hildebrandt USA - 14

57kg - Rodrigues Penalber de Oliveira BRA - 16

62kg - Miracle USA - 16

GR

87kg - Gregorich Hechavarria CUB - 18

97kg - Rosillo Kindelan CUB - 14

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27 minutes ago, FlyinLion said:

Since they are seeding the top 2 at the Pan Am Qualifier here are those that earned seeding points at Worlds without qualifying the weight.  Points can also be earned at the 1st ranking event (Matteo Pellicone) and the Pan Am Championships.

MFS

57kg - Tigreros Urbano COL - 14 

86kg - Downey USA - 14

WFS

53kg - Valverde Melendres ECU - 18; Montero Herrera CUB - 16; Hildebrandt USA - 14

57kg - Rodrigues Penalber de Oliveira BRA - 16

62kg - Miracle USA - 16

GR

87kg - Gregorich Hechavarria CUB - 18

97kg - Rosillo Kindelan CUB - 14

Do you have a link to where the rules for the qualifier are? Also, to the points unless you did them yourself? 

I can add all that to it as well. 

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28 minutes ago, PinFallRecruit said:

Do you have a link to where the rules for the qualifier are? Also, to the points unless you did them yourself? 

I can add all that to it as well. 

It was announced they were seeding the qualifying tournaments in September.  I pulled the seeding points earned from the ranking pages here.

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17 hours ago, PinFallRecruit said:

Apologize for bad formatting right now. There is a lot of stuff here and this isn't very good at it.

 

I haven't seen anyone else put out a list yet, so I went through the selection criteria (https://www.teamusa.org/usa-wrestling/team-usa/team-selection-criteria) for the Olympic Team Trials and filled out everyone that has qualified so far with the Farrell complete.

If you see anything off, let me know and I can correct it.

 

If you want to include all people qualified to date you need to include World Team Members from the non Olympic weights

at 57 kg  T Graff, J Colon & N Garret (won WTT)

at 74 kg - J Green

at 86 or 97 kg J Cox

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I know it's not a big deal in the scheme of things and that it's screwed up on half the brackets he ever enters; but the uncommon last name, "Steveson", is in fact Gable's name, rather than "SteveNson".

Thanks for this list! You beat the common wrestling media outlets to the punch.

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1 hour ago, maligned said:

I know it's not a big deal in the scheme of things and that it's screwed up on half the brackets he ever enters; but the uncommon last name, "Steveson", is in fact Gable's name, rather than "SteveNson".

Thanks for this list! You beat the common wrestling media outlets to the punch.

Also, it is Nickal.

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2 hours ago, lu1979 said:

If you want to include all people qualified to date you need to include World Team Members from the non Olympic weights

at 57 kg  T Graff, J Colon & N Garret (won WTT)

at 74 kg - J Green

at 86 or 97 kg J Cox

They are in there. They are listed below the  Olympic weights until they officially declare a weight. I haven’t seen any of them do that. If they have I’ll move them in the appropriate weight.  

Have Graff and Colon said they are going 57? I would suspect they do but haven’t seen confirmation. Green is going up to 74 this time instead of down to 65?

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16 minutes ago, PinFallRecruit said:

They are in there. They are listed below the  Olympic weights until they officially declare a weight. I haven’t seen any of them do that. If they have I’ll move them in the appropriate weight.  

Have Graff and Colon said they are going 57? I would suspect they do but haven’t seen confirmation. Green is going up to 74 this time instead of down to 65?

Don't see Nashon listed he's qualified for Trials

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22 minutes ago, PinFallRecruit said:

You're right. He won the 61KG spot in 18' and got hurt. I thought that had happened but couldn't remember who it was. Updated.

Yes they gave him an exception since he actually won the spot 

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Editing as the Olympic Trials are going on. I'm going to be at the Trials tomorrow and Sunday, so I may not be able to update as quickly.

If someone that has previously qualified for the Olympic Trials and earns a qualifying place, there is no adding of the next non-qualified wrestlers. For example, Cohlton Schultz and Jacob Mitchell have already qualified for the Olympic Trials, so only places 3-5 will have new qualifiers (none of the guys left in the consolation have qualified).

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43 minutes ago, PinFallRecruit said:

Editing as the Olympic Trials are going on. I'm going to be at the Trials tomorrow and Sunday, so I may not be able to update as quickly.

If someone that has previously qualified for the Olympic Trials and earns a qualifying place, there is no adding of the next non-qualified wrestlers. For example, Cohlton Schultz and Jacob Mitchell have already qualified for the Olympic Trials, so only places 3-5 will have new qualifiers (none of the guys left in the consolation have qualified).

Why is 70kg missing for MFS and the other non-oly weights are not?

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