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Old 09-04-17, 03:20 PM
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2017 Cadet World Championships

Cadet Worlds are going on this week, with Greco today/Tuesday/Wednesday, women's on Wednesday/Thursday/Friday, and freestyle on Friday/Saturday/Sunday. Little different format then what you're used to- its a 2 day tourney. Finals will be wrestled the next day at night (or around 11:30 eastern here).
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Old 09-04-17, 03:21 PM
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Greco had an interesting night last night, but will come away with a finalist in Cohlton Schultz at 120kg. La Salle's Lucas Byrd went 2-1, with a close loss in the quarters.

U.S. Greco-Roman results
50 kg/110 lbs. – Lucas Byrd, Cincinatti, Ohio (Team Ohio)
WIN Yordan Ruzhdi Nedzhat (Bulgaria), fall 3:54
WIN Din Koshkar (Kazakhstan), 10-6
LOSS Vladimir Zabeyvorota (Russia), 6-4

54 kg/119 lbs. – Ridge Lovett, Post Falls, Idaho (Team Real Life)
WIN Muhammed Acar (Turkey), fall 1:03
LOSS Mohammed Hosseinvand (Iran), fall 1:21

58 kg/128 lbs. – Malik Johnson, Florissant, Mo. (Team Punishment)
LOSS Mustafa Safa Yildirim (Turkey), 3-3

63 kg/139 lbs. – Mason Phillips, Stanwood, Wash. (Top Notch Training Center)
WIN Shintaro Yoshinaga (Japan), 12-4
LOSS Shant Khachatryan (Armenia), 12-4

100 kg/220 lbs. – Cohlton Schultz, Parker, Colo. (New York AC)
WIN Edson Acuna Salazar (Mexico), fall 2:43
WIN Kantemir Shibzukhov (Russia), fall 3:40
WIN Seyedmojtaba Hosseini (Iran), 1-0
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Old 09-05-17, 11:38 AM
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Rough day for Greco (I know, broken record). Nobody makes the semis, two get pulled back in (Reiniche and Hendricks).

U.S. Greco-Roman results
42 kg/92 lbs. – Kase Mauger, Wendell, Idaho (Delchev Trained Academy)
LOSS Yerraasyl Mamyrbekov (Kazakhstan), 8-0

46 kg/101 lbs. – Dylan Ragusin, Elk Grove Village, Ill. (Izzy Style)
WIN Mohammadhossein Abolhassanidarounkola (Iran), 11-2
LOSS Anvar Allakhiarov (Russia), 3:27

69 kg/152 lbs. – Mason Reiniche, Hixson, Tenn. (Chattanooga, WC)
LOSS Vladyslav Kravchenko (Ukraine), 3-1

76 kg/167 lbs. – Jake Hendricks, New Ringgold, Pa. (X Calibur)
LOSS Istvan Takacs (Hungary), 6-0

85 kg/187 lbs. – Ashton Sharp, Kansas City, Mo. (Greater Heights WC)
WIN Bagrati Iobidze (Israel), 10-1
LOSS Juho Pahikainen (Finland), 6-2

On a much more upbeat note, Cohlton Schultz just won USA's first Cadet gold in Greco in 20 years with a 3-1 win. Big congrats to him, and it salvages a lackluster performance by Greco

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Old 09-06-17, 02:21 PM
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After Wednesday's action, Greco ends in 11th place (one Gold medalist in Schultz). Reiniche and Hendricks both lost in the 1st round of repechage.

The women's did significantly better. Emily Shilson and Alara Boyd both made the finals, and Vayle Baker is alive in repechage. Gracie Figueroa got pinned and didn't get pulled back, or else this would have been an exceptional day for the women. Ohio's Olivia Shore wrestles tomorrow.

U.S. women’s freestyle results
43 kg/95 lbs. – Emily Shilson, Maple Grove, Minn. (Titan Mercury WC)
WIN Aldynai Darzhaa (Russia), 12-2
WIN Ayazhan Markasheva (Kazakhstan), 12-2
WIN Karina Chornomor (Ukraine), 10-0

49 kg/108 lbs. – Vayle Baker, Benton, Pa. (Team Pennsylvania)
WIN Maria Triantafyllidou (Greece), fall 1:19
LOSS Suzuna Yoshimura (Japan), 10-0

56 kg/123 lbs. – Gracie Figueroa, Selma, Calif. (Titan Mercury WC)
WIN Nuraida Anarkulova (Kyrgyzstan), fall 1:28
WIN Violleta Petrovska (Ukraine), 11-0
LOSS Ida Joensson (Sweden), fall 1:18

65 kg/145 lbs. – Alara Boyd, Muncie, Ind. (CIA)
WIN Oksana Chudyk (Ukraine), 5-2
WIN Nyla Burgess (Canada), 11-0
WIN Siyka Ivanova (Bulgaria), fall 3:26
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Old 09-07-17, 12:04 PM
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Both Shilson and Boyd lost this morning to Japanese women in the finals, bringing home a pair of silver medals for the women's team. Baker went 1-1 in repechage and didn't make the medal match.

U.S. women’s freestyle results
40 kg/88 lbs. – Caitlyn Walker, Hatboro, Pa. (Team Pennsylvania)
LOSS Sakurai Hanano (Japan), fall 1:21

46 kg/101 lbs. – Olivia Shore, St. Paris, Ohio (Ohio National Team)
LOSS Ekaterina Mikhailova (Russia), fall 3:51

52 kg/114 lbs. – Alisha Howk, River Falls, Wisc.
LOSS Mariana Dragutan (Moldova), 10-8

60 kg/132 lbs. – Alexandria Liles, Allen, Texas (Best Trained WC)
WIN Miriam Loetscher (Switzerland), 10-0
LOSS Erika Bognar (Hungary), 2-1

70 kg/154 lbs. – Kelani Corbett, Mililani, Hawai’i (Team Hawai’i)
WIN Khulan Tsermaa (Mongolia), 8-6
WIN Romana Vovchak (Ukraine), 8-4
LOSS Yuka Kagimi (Japan), 11-0

Walker and Shore will be in repechage tomorrow morning, and Corbett will wrestle for bronze. Men's team (MENS TEAM!!!) tomorrow- Skinner, Tagg, Decatur, Lewan, and Hoffman. So that's all three Ohio wrestlers going tomorrow morning, and I'm looking forward to watching them compete.
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Old 09-07-17, 06:09 PM
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Appreciate the updates Yank. Looking forward to tomorrow.
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Old 09-07-17, 06:19 PM
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Here are the opponents for cadet freestyles.
http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling...adet-FS1-draws
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Old 09-08-17, 05:31 AM
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For all you waking up... it's been rough.

42kg- Cole Skinner got a really good Azerbaijani first round and got teched 11-0. That kid seemed pretty good, so maybe Skinner gets pulled back.

50kg- Tagg won his first match 10-3, but went down 9-0 his second match and couldn't come all the way back, losing 9-8. I think Tagg lost to the guy McHenry beat in the finals last year, so also a shot Tagg gets pulled back.

58kg- Yikes on this one. Decatur looked like the much better wrestler, but found himself with a 7-5 loss. There were two moments I thought Decatur got hosed, including a flurry at the end, but he also stopped wrestling for a good minute near the end, so maybe he deserved it. Could get pulled back- the Greek has a Japanese wrestler in the semi. Decatur would have to beat the Russian and the Japanese guy for a bronze, so a tough road ahead.

69kg- A bright spot! Will Lewan looks pretty good so far, posting two wins. He is in the quarters against a tough Russian, and it will be an uphill match but Lewan has looked good today

85kg- Gavin Hoffman went 1-1 today, losing to an Iranian who seemed pretty solid. I think the Iranian will have the Georgian in the semis, so Hoffman has a shot at getting pulled back, although I'm guessing it doesn't happen.

Altogether a frustrating day. Thought Decatur should have won and wish Tagg didn't get in that 9-0 hole. Our guys are getting turned more than we usually do as well- may just be a weaker team than the last couple years. Hopefully we can sneak some guys into bronze medal matches and the 5 kids tomorrow can finish strong.
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Old 09-08-17, 05:37 AM
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Ouch! Thanks for the early morning update though!
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Old 09-08-17, 08:13 AM
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For all you waking up... it's been rough.

42kg- Cole Skinner got a really good Azerbaijani first round and got teched 11-0. That kid seemed pretty good, so maybe Skinner gets pulled back.

50kg- Tagg won his first match 10-3, but went down 9-0 his second match and couldn't come all the way back, losing 9-8. I think Tagg lost to the guy McHenry beat in the finals last year, so also a shot Tagg gets pulled back.

58kg- Yikes on this one. Decatur looked like the much better wrestler, but found himself with a 7-5 loss. There were two moments I thought Decatur got hosed, including a flurry at the end, but he also stopped wrestling for a good minute near the end, so maybe he deserved it. Could get pulled back- the Greek has a Japanese wrestler in the semi. Decatur would have to beat the Russian and the Japanese guy for a bronze, so a tough road ahead.

69kg- A bright spot! Will Lewan looks pretty good so far, posting two wins. He is in the quarters against a tough Russian, and it will be an uphill match but Lewan has looked good today

85kg- Gavin Hoffman went 1-1 today, losing to an Iranian who seemed pretty solid. I think the Iranian will have the Georgian in the semis, so Hoffman has a shot at getting pulled back, although I'm guessing it doesn't happen.

Altogether a frustrating day. Thought Decatur should have won and wish Tagg didn't get in that 9-0 hole. Our guys are getting turned more than we usually do as well- may just be a weaker team than the last couple years. Hopefully we can sneak some guys into bronze medal matches and the 5 kids tomorrow can finish strong.

Thanks for the update. The kid that Decatur wrestled was a 2x World Cadet Silvermedalist, and 2x European Champ, so no slouch. However I agree you, at this level you cannot cease to be aggressive, even for a second.
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Old 09-08-17, 09:58 AM
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Thanks for the update. The kid that Decatur wrestled was a 2x World Cadet Silvermedalist, and 2x European Champ, so no slouch. However I agree you, at this level you cannot cease to be aggressive, even for a second.
Yeah, I was surprised at that. Decatur looked better than him for the majority of the match, so I guess Decatur is on that level. Hope he gets pulled back in and goes on a run.
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Old 09-08-17, 10:44 AM
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Alright, end of day 1 not terrible. Will Lewan made the finals and is guaranteed at least silver. Skinner, Tagg, and Hoffman got brought back into repechage and will wrestle tomorrow to make the bronze medal match. Decatur did not get brought back (Greek kid lost in semis to Japanese kid) and ends a hard luck 0-1.
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Old 09-08-17, 12:25 PM
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Thanks for the updates Yank. Family is watching on Track but I couldn't get up at 330 am to watch the start of it. Best of luck to Lewan for Gold and Skinner, Tagg, Hoffman for Bronze.
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Old 09-08-17, 01:35 PM
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Thanks for the updates Yank. Family is watching on Track but I couldn't get up at 330 am to watch the start of it. Best of luck to Lewan for Gold and Skinner, Tagg, Hoffman for Bronze.
No problem- three times a year I can suffer through those 4AM wakeups.

If anybody has track and is looking to catch up on some studs, the 42kg Azeri is an absolute hammer. The Russian at 85kg and the Japanese wrestler at 58kg are two other kids I was impressed with.
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Old 09-08-17, 11:26 PM
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Yeah, I was surprised at that. Decatur looked better than him for the majority of the match, so I guess Decatur is on that level. Hope he gets pulled back in and goes on a run.
I stand corrected about my statement regarding Decatur ceasing to be aggressive. He did get a tad conservative for about a minutes in the second period, but so was the Greek. After watching the match on trackwrestling Decatur clearly won that match outright and just got completely rip off by the hometown ref. Brought back bad memories of Cary Kolot getting ripped off at the Olympics on the international stage by the refs. Not only did he took the kid down, he earn back exposure with two clicks left on the clock. The replay video clearly shows the take down, and clearly shows the Greeks expose back with Decatur in positional control. By the way it was a great match. Clearly both wrestlers are world class and it sucks Decatur went 0-1 at his first trip at the Cadet Worlds. However he is destined to be back on the world stage.
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Old 09-09-17, 06:38 AM
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Good morning to everybody, and I mean that literally. The USA has had a great day, putting 4/5 in the semis. Update from yesterday- Skinner and Hoffman advanced to the bronze medal match, while Tagg went 1-1 and fell just short.

46kg: Reigning cadet world champ Kurt McHenry does what reigning champs do- make the semis and look good doing it. His second match was a fun one if you have track, and his quarters was much closer than it should have been. He'll have a tough semis against the Russian kid.

54kg: Robert Howard lost to a pretty good Iranian in his first match of the day 8-4, and is looking to get pulled back after that Iranian made the semis.

63kg: Jacori Teemer had a really good day and is in the semis after wins over Georgia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan. He will wrestle a solid Japanese kid in the semis.

76kg: Aaron Brooks is taking advantage of Travis Wittlake's injury and finds himself in the semis as well. He wrestles a good Iranian later today; he looked to be a tad undersized in the quarters, I wonder if that will affect him here.

100kg: Daniel Kerkvliet dominated with two 10-0 techs and cruised into the semis. The other three semifinalists are all unscored upon as well, so it looks to be the best four guys in the semis.

Semis/medal matches from yesterday start at 10:30. Hoping for 7 USA victories (and one Iranian).
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Old 09-09-17, 10:18 AM
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Semis update:

McHenry, Brooks, and Kerkvliet all won their semi match, are guaranteed silver and will wrestle in the finals tomorrow. Teemer lost his semis match on a fun ending (ran out of time on a big throw), and Howard got pulled back into repechage.
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Old 09-09-17, 12:02 PM
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Good end to the day for the USA. Will Lewan got a takedown with about 5 seconds left and won to take gold. Gavin Hoffman also had a strong performance and walks away with silver. Skinner was just a bit overmatched and lost (taking 5th), but will have another year of cadet eligibility to try and take home a medal.

Couple facts- that's the second year in a row the US has medaled at 69kg (Carr last year) and first gold at the weight since Mason Manville in 2014. Hoffman's bronze at 85kg is the third straight year the US has won bronze at that weight (Jacob Warner and Owen Webster).
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Old 09-10-17, 11:01 AM
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Excellent end for the USA. McHenry, Brooks, and Kerkvliet all won gold, with Teemer taking bronze. That adds up to four golds, two bronzes, and a second place finish in the team race- an excellent three days for the cadets.

Some fun facts:
- Since the return of cadet worlds in 2011, the USA's four golds this year is a record.
- McHenry's medal at 46kg is the USA's first at that weight since 2011.
- Howard joins an elite group of USA cadets to not medal at 54kg. Roman Bravo-Young, Daton Fix, Stevan Micic, Joey McKenna, and Thomas Gilman all failed to medal; the last four eventually won junior medals, with Gilman winning a senior silver medal already.
- Aaron Brooks won a cadet gold medal after finishing runner up to Travis Wittlake at the trials. Pretty remarkable, and props to Brooks for staying ready and being ready when Wittlake got injured
- The last three 100kg gold medalists have come from Minnesota- Kerkvliet and Gabel Steveson twice
- The USA medaled at the upper five weights for the second year in a row, and this isn't a coincidence. 20/26 medals since 2011 have come at the upper five weights for the USA

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Old 09-10-17, 01:20 PM
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What are age limits for cadets and juniors?


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Old 09-10-17, 01:31 PM
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Cadets is 15-17
Juniors is 18-20 I believe, 17 with a waiver (Gable this year)

http://content.themat.com/forms/Weights.pdf
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Cadets is 15-17

Juniors is 18-20 I believe, 17 with a waiver (Gable this year)

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Old 09-10-17, 05:19 PM
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So men's FS from Cadet to Junior to Senior the US team took two first places and one second in the team races. Not bad at all.
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Old 09-10-17, 08:09 PM
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Old 09-13-17, 09:18 AM
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UWW Cadet age athletes (born 2000-2002)
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Excellent end for the USA. McHenry, Brooks, and Kerkvliet all won gold, with Teemer taking bronze. That adds up to four golds, two bronzes, and a second place finish in the team race- an excellent three days for the cadets.

Some fun facts:
- Since the return of cadet worlds in 2011, the USA's four golds this year is a record.
- McHenry's medal at 46kg is the USA's first at that weight since 2011.
- Howard joins an elite group of USA cadets to not medal at 54kg. Roman Bravo-Young, Daton Fix, Stevan Micic, Joey McKenna, and Thomas Gilman all failed to medal; the last four eventually won junior medals, with Gilman winning a senior silver medal already.
- Aaron Brooks won a cadet gold medal after finishing runner up to Travis Wittlake at the trials. Pretty remarkable, and props to Brooks for staying ready and being ready when Wittlake got injured
- The last three 100kg gold medalists have come from Minnesota- Kerkvliet and Gabel Steveson twice
- The USA medaled at the upper five weights for the second year in a row, and this isn't a coincidence. 20/26 medals since 2011 have come at the upper five weights for the USA
Who on the current Cadet Men Freestyle team are still Cadet eligible next year?
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Old 09-14-17, 05:20 PM
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Who on the current Cadet Men Freestyle team are still Cadet eligible next year?
I think I heard Skinner and Tagg.
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