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Don't know a lot about the tournament, any insight as to who we can expect? Is it usually pretty deep? Does Olympic year influence participants? Pending Russian punishments have any influence?
Holler with some info while I do some research of my own. 

U.S. men’s freestyle roster

57 kg: Thomas Gilman (Iowa City, Iowa/Titan Mercury WC)
65 kg: Zain Retherford (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC)
74 kg: James Green (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids)
92 kg: Mike Macchiavello (Raleigh, N.C./Titan Mercury WC)
97 kg: Kyle Snyder (State College, Pa./Titan Mercury WC)
125 kg: Nick Gwiazdowski (Raleigh, N.C./Titan Mercury WC)

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Oh themat had last years place winners
 

ALANS INTERNATIONAL
Dec. 7-9, 2018

Final results

57 kg
GOLD – Abasgadzhi MAGOMEDOV (RUS)
SILVER - Khuresh Ool DONDUK OOL (RUS)
BRONZE – Ramiz GAMZATOV (RUS)
BRONZE – Magomed ABDURAKHMANOV (RUS)

61 kg
GOLD – Ramazan FERZALIEV (RUS)
SILVER – Beka LOMTADZE (GEO)
BRONZE – Iulian GERGENOV (RUS)
BRONZE – Aleksandr BOGOMOEV (RUS)

65 kg
GOLD – Muslim SAIDULAEV (RUS)
SILVER – Kurban SHIRAEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Nachyn KUULAR (RUS)
BRONZE - Alan GOGAEV (RUS)

70 kg
GOLD – David BAEV (RUS)
SILVER – Magomed KURBANALIEV (RUS)
BRONZE – James GREEN (USA)
BRONZE - Razambek ZHAMALOV (RUS)

74 kg
GOLD - Timur BIZHOEV (RUS)
SILVER - Avtandil KENTCHADZE (GEO)
BRONZE - Akhmed USMANOV (RUS)
BRONZE - Kakhaber KHUBEZHTY (RUS)

79 kg
GOLD - Gadzhi NABIEV (RUS)
SILVER - Atsamaz SANAKOEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Alan ZASEEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Khalil AMINOV (RUS)

86 kg
GOLD - Vladislav VALIEV (RUS)
SILVER - Magomedsharif BIIAKAEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Slavik NANIEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Soslan KTSOEV (RUS)

92 kg
GOLD - Anzor URISHEV (RUS)
SILVER – Magomed KURBANOV (RUS)
BRONZE - Alikhan ZHABRAILOV (RUS)
BRONZE – Sharif SHARIFOV (AZE)

97 kg
GOLD - Vladislav BAITCAEV (RUS)
SILVER - Shamil MUSAEV (RUS)
BRONZE - Zaynulla KURBANOV (RUS)
BRONZE - Igor OVSIANNIKOV (RUS)

125 kg
GOLD – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO)
SILVER - Jaber Taghi SADEGHZADEH (IRI)
BRONZE - Mukhamagazi MAGOMEDOV (RUS)
BRONZE - Vitalii GOLOEV (RUS)

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So yeah, it's definitely not a cakewalk :) or at least wasnt last year... still interested in the other outside factors. 
I see Macc is our entrant at 92kg, so they must be doing all 10 weight classes? 
Figured All tournaments for the year would just me the 6.... hmmmm 

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Wouldn't this be a great time to see J'Den participate.  97 or 86?  With Snyder at 97, this would be  a real test.

Even without Cox, this is a great lineup and a really good test and possible confidence builder.  It would be interesting to see who else will be there from other countries. 

mspart

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Iran FS to Alans 7th December

57 - Sarlak

61 - Dastan

65 - Yazdani and Ghiasi

92 - Javad Ebrahimi

97 - Foroutan 

125 - Zare

 

In general, a very young, but promising team

 

I am particularly interested is seeing how Yazdani at 65, Foroutan at 97 and Zare at 125 do

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On 12/3/2019 at 3:20 PM, NJDan said:

How come there are so many taking an ORS and NONE wrestling at this event. Isn't the chance to compete in an event like this the entire point of an ORS?

A lot of them still need to qualify, with the qualifier next week it would be a tough turn around. 

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On 12/3/2019 at 3:20 PM, NJDan said:

How come there are so many taking an ORS and NONE wrestling at this event. Isn't the chance to compete in an event like this the entire point of an ORS?

USA wrestling I believe controlled entrants. I’m basing this on PD3 saying USA wrestling said he was going, but then rescinded it and he was very mad about it. 

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PD3 got hosed for Alans and I can't blame him. They told him he was going then pulled it away so not only does he miss a major tourney where he can continue to improve (his stock with USAW and his expereience against sr. competition) but he also lost out on a prizefight with a decent pot. He has pretty good reason to be very mad.

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Man those past results look stacked...  Times below are Russian, they are 8 hrs ahead of Eastern time. 


Dec. 7
10:00 - qualif. All categories
18:00 - semis

Dec.8
10:00-15:30 - cons. rounds, bronze matches
17:30- finals

FREE LIVE STREAMS:
Tape A https://youtu.be/iLk_Hsh1obc 
Tape B https://youtu.be/mqgOH5T21F4 
Tape C https://youtu.be/--JYlIc7a9U 
Final https://youtu.be/ipw9QOCWyNE

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9 minutes ago, nhs67 said:

Also after he got pinned at Junior Worlds by a different American.

Yes, Zare is 18 or 19.  This is a great test to see how much he has improved since he got pinned by Perris in the juniors

since then, he has won the U23, and beat Geno (in a meaningless club match)

this will be a great test for Zare

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As much as I don't think Parris pins him once if they wrestle that match 10 more times, I dont think he beats Geno again if they run that back 10x. 
That said... I wouldn't be surprised if he beats Gwiz. 
Gwiz is fairly athletic for a heavy but Zare is also a quick little atticking beast. I think if I was risking money I would probably go Zare. 
Look... we all know somebody with a decent firemans and we know when somebody isn't ready for it, it can be a game changer. Parris put him on his back great... 
He's still one of the top guys in the world, and Gwiz is just kind of predictably Gwiz. A few good results at worlds when he got pulled back into repechage, but meh. 
Head says he's the better Heavy, heart says we shall see, but always cheering USA

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25 minutes ago, irani said:

Who are you saying is one of the top guys in the world?

Zare... 
Zare is one of the top guys in the world. 
Gwiz is good enough to snag Bronze if he gets beat by the right person. 
I think Zare one day becomes the "Right person" and will be a staple at heavy. 

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7 minutes ago, spladle08 said:

Zare... 
Zare is one of the top guys in the world. 
Gwiz is good enough to snag Bronze if he gets beat by the right person. 
I think Zare one day becomes the "Right person" and will be a staple at heavy. 

I don't think Zare is one of the top guys in the world.  I don't think he is even the top guy in Iran.

I think he a young guy with very high potential.

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1 minute ago, irani said:

I don't think Zare is one of the top guys in the world.  I don't think he is even the top guy in Iran.

I think he a young guy with very high potential.

Who did Iran send this year Mohebbi  again or Hadi, I genuinely don't remember but and I'm on my phone so don't feel like looking. Is the kid that far behind them?

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