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4 minutes ago, bnwtwg said:

he's south side irish we should all just be glad he wore matching socks

Didn't know he was a Boston boy.

3 minutes ago, MadMardigain said:

Well I. All fairness you don’t put on retirement sock if you don’t expect to retire. 

Dude, those socks were neither Olympian nor retirement socks, they were biohazards

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1 minute ago, GoNotQuietly said:

Didn't know he was a Boston boy.

Dude, those socks were neither Olympian nor retirement socks, they were biohazards

Chicago, same difference though and I don't really say that as a compliment.

Edit to add: Rau is a good guy from all my interactions. South side irish of Chicago  not so much.

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6 minutes ago, VakAttack said:

So we have two third matches so far, both WFS.  Helen Maroulis, the greatest US women's wrestler ever in one match.  Macey Kilty, the future (along with Kennedy Blades) of women's wrestling in the other.

Adeline isn't the greatest womens wrestler from the US?

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Just now, CA_Wrestler said:

Adeline isn't the greatest womens wrestler from the US?

Definitely a good debate.  DNP at the Olympics vs. Helen beating Yoshida I think tips it to Helen, but Gray has more total hardware, so I understand if you and others feel she's better.

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2 minutes ago, MadMardigain said:

She has got to be in the conversation after having one of the most decorated international careers. Needs that Olympic Gold Medal now. 

That's why I have Helen ahead, but I get it for someone to say Adeline is the GOAT.

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1 minute ago, ShakaAloha said:

Not an Olympian yet.  Still needs to qualify the weight.

 
 
Oh, I wasn't saying he was at the end of the road at all. Just a big fan of his journey.  I think he can beat these guys, but it is HIGHLY draw-dependent, which is true of everything at 65kg internationally.
 
 
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The following 65kg hammers (or another from their country) will be in Sofia, Bulgaria for the last chance qualifier in May: Khinchegashvili, GEO Gadzhiev, POL Sacultan, MDA Kilicsallayan, TUR Shuptar, UKR Habat, SLO Skriabin, BLR Bucur, ROU Dubov, BUL

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