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1 hour ago, Coach_J said:

Surprised to see 61 so full but good to see Bogomoev on the mat.  Radik, will he go 57 for the Olympic process?

Yeah I was surprised to see Baev at 70kg as well, shouldnt these people be moving weights or just meh

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45 minutes ago, Abdullahgadzhi Khuzin said:

i dont think so, i think Bogomoev will be at 65. We'll see. There is not news from him 

Appears he's a tweener.  Too big for 57 but I think too small for 65.  Tough competitor though.

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Thought some of y'all might like this-put together a list for the best Russians at each weight with their recent accomplishments and most notable wins from the past 2 years.

Top Russians at 57kg

Akhmed Idrisov-Bronze at 2019 Junior Worlds (lost to Vito Arujau). 
Since Jr Worlds: Won 2019 Alans and competed in German Pro League
Notable wins from 2018-19- Erdenebat (MGL), Harutyunyan (ARM), Tuskaev (RUS), Mutaliev (RUS), Ortega (CUB), Edisherashvili (AZE)

Azamat Tuskaev-Bronze at 2019 Alans, Bronze at 2019 Continental Cup
Notable wins from 2018-19 - Khasalov (AZE), Badrudinov (RUS), Mutaliev, Sarlak (IRI), Davidovi (ITA), Gamzatov (RUS)

Ramiz Gamzatov-Gold at 2019 Russian Nationals
Notable wins from 2018-19 - Idrisov (RUS), Sadulaev (RUS), Edisherashvili (AZE), Ivanov (RUS), Damdinov (RUS), 

Aryan Tyutrin-Silver at 2019 Korkin, Gold at 2019 Poland Open, Silver at 2019 Buryatia
Notable wins from 2018-19 - Nurislam Sanayev (KAZ), Ortega (CUB), Gamzatov (RUS), Sarlak (IRI), Joe Colon (USA)

Donduk Ool - Gold at 2019 Buryatia, Silver at 2018 Alans, Silver at 2018 Russian Nationals
Notable wins from 2018-19 - Sadulaev, Badrudinov Gamzatov (RUS), Tyutrin (RUS), 

Aleksandr Sabanov - Bronze at 2019 Alans, Bronze at 2019 Junior Euros
Notable wins from 2018-19 - Gamzatov (RUS), Doduk-Ool (RUS) 

 

 

Top Russians at 61KG 

Abasgadzhi Magomedov - Bronze at 2019 Alans, Gold at 2019 Kadyrov, Bronze at 2019 Russian Nationals, Gold at 2019 Aliev.
2018-19 Notable Wins - Yowlys Bonne Rodriguez (CUB), Gvarzatilov (RUS), Rakhmonov (UZB), Harutyunyan (ARM), Erdenebat (MGL), Gilman (USA), Donduk-Ool (RUS), Ferzaliev (RUS)

Alexsander Bogomoev - Gold at 2019 Kunayev, Gold at 2019 Korkin, Gold at 2019 Buryatia, 5th at 2019 Russian Natinoals, Gold at 2019 Mongolia Open
2018-19 Notable Wins - Abasgazhi Magomedov (RUS), Tumenbileg (MGL), Idrisov (RUS), Pavlov (RUS), Zelimkhan Abakarov (RUS) Tony Ramos (USA), Recep Topal (TUR)

Ramazan Ferzaliev - Gold at 2019 Alans, Gold at 2019 Intercontinental, Silver at 2019 Russian Nationals
2018-19 Notable Wins - Abasgadzhi Magomedov(RUS), Shamil Omarov(RUS), Evan Henderson(USA) - 10-0, Bogomoev(RUS), Takhtarov(Rus), Lomtadze(GEO), Sabanov(RUS)

Shamil Omarov - Bronze at 2019 Alans, Wrestled 70KG at Intercontinental in October!?!, Bronze at 2018 Semenov
2018-19 Notable Wins - Chymba (RUS), Magomed Magomedov (RUS), Molinaro (USA), Pavlov (RUS)

 

 

Top Russians at 70KG 

David Baev - 2019 World Champ, 2019 Russian Nationals Gold, 2019 Aliev Silver, 5th at 2019 Yarygin
2018-19 Notable Wins - Gadzhiev (POL), Navruzov (UZB), Iakobishvili (GEO), Zhamalov (RUS), Zherbaev (RUS), Kasumov (RUS), Green (USA), Kurbanaliev (RUS), Hidlay (USA), Ramonov (RUS).

Chermen Valiev - 2019 Alans Gold, 2019 U23 Silver, 2019 Russian Nationals Bronze, 2019 Buryatia Bronze, 2019 Aliev, Bronze
2018-19 Notable Wins - Kasumov (RUS), Bogatyrev (RUS), A. Magomedov (RUS), Zhamalov, Ramazanov (RUS), Baev (RUS), Gogaev (RUS)

Evgenii Zherbaev - 2019 Kunayev Bronze, 2019 Korkin Gold, 2019 Russian Nationals Bronze, 2019 Buryatia Gold, 2019 Mongolia Open Silver
2018-19 Notable Wins - A. Magomedov (RUS), Navruzov (UZB), Kasumov (RUS), Valiev (RUS), Ramonov (RUS)

Aznaur Tavaev - 2019 Kunayev Gold, 2019 Semenov Bronze, 2019 Intercontinental Gold, 2019 Sargsyan Gold, 2019 Aliev, Bronze
2018-19 Notable Wins - Zherbaev (RUS), Ramazanov (RUS), Molinaro (USA), Dudaev (RUS), 

Israil Kasumov - 2019 Semenov Gold, 2019 Russian Nationals 5th, 2019 Alans 5th
2018-19 Notable Wins - Kuramagomedov (HUN), K. Gadzhiyev (AZE), Gogaev (RUS), Ramonov (RUS), Arslanaliev (RUS), Abakarov (AZE)

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6 hours ago, spladle08 said:

Yeah I was surprised to see Baev at 70kg as well, shouldnt these people be moving weights or just meh

Yeah that’s crazy to me. You would think someone as good as Baev would want to commit 100% to his Olympic run. Is it possible he is going down to 65 and just wasn’t ready to make the full cut? I was thinking he would go 74 and would be bulking up. Realistically he probably won’t make the team, but you’d think he’d commit to his weight soon

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1 minute ago, 2td3nf said:

Vito's first round is against Sabanov (RUS), who won bronze at Jr Euros up at 61. Winner gets Tuskaev or KAZ next round.

Good test for Vito right out of the gate.  

Yeah really tough first two matches...Vito goes under the radar cus of all the other guys at 57 in the US but I believe he is a genuine threat to medal here.

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I like watching Vito wrestle, but will be shocked if even makes top 5.  Incredibly tough tournament for a guy who is not even in our top 3 at this time.  I would be surprised if Fix, Lee, Colon, or Gross could place here. The travel situation alone is putting you a few points in the hole for starters, and there are at least six Russians in this weight with very solid resumes.

I hope I am wrong.   

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11 hours ago, Jon_Kozak said:

Yeah really tough first two matches...Vito goes under the radar cus of all the other guys at 57 in the US but I believe he is a genuine threat to medal here.

about Chermen Valiev he lost to Kusumov. The kids is olympic hopeful 2024! He beat Molinaro at the world cup 2018!

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1 minute ago, mspart said:

Anybody have info on why Snyder is not at Yarigan?  He's gone the last 3 years. 

mspart

He competed at the Pellicone just the other day.
You know most of our guys aren't down for back to back to back competitions.
 

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