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Live Blog Senior World Championships Day 3: FS 70kg, 97kg and WW 55kg, 62kg | United World Wrestling

Two months after they met in the Olympic final, Abdulrashid SADULAEV (RWF) and Kyle SNYDER (USA) may set up another final at the World Championships.

#WrestleOslo: Yazdani Finally Upends Taylor, Takes 86kg Gold on Monumental Day for Iran | United World Wrestling

There would be no last-minute comeback this time. Hassan YAZDANI (IRI), so unbeatable against everyone else, could finally walk off the mat a winner over rival David TAYLOR (USA) for the first time in four career clashes.

2021-22's Top 50 Collegiate Wrestlers: #31 Max Dean (Penn State) | Rokfin

Welcome to a new recurring feature from InterMat as we lead into the 2021-22 collegiate season. We are about 50 days away from the start of the new season, so what better way to ring in the new year than to use that time to count down the top-50 current collegiate wrestlers. Each day a new wrestler will be released.

New Jersey – The American High School Wrestling Yearbook | Rokfin

Anthony Santaniello, Brick Memorial, beat Evan Mougalian, Kinnelon, 4-2 to reverse the result of last year’s 106-pound final. Santaniello was one of four Brick Memorial champions, making the Mustangs the fourth school to accomplish the feat.

Jordan Burroughs 1 win from making U.S. wrestling history – nj.com

Jordan Burroughs is one one win away from his long-stated goal of matching John Smith’s U.S. freestyle record of six world and Olympic championships.

SEASON 5, COLUMN 19: USA TAKES AIM AT A WORLD TEAM TITLE OR TWO – Hand Raised

The amazing 2021 ìnternational run for Team USA continues through Octobers second weekend in Oslo, Norway.

Dowling high school wrestlers put on a show at Night of Conflict – Des Moines Register

Dowling Catholic has a rich wrestling history. It’s easy to forget that since the Maroons last won a state team championship in 1991, but they once ruled the Iowa high school wrestling world.

Explained: The Path To A Team Title For USA – FloWrestling

A breakdown of how Team USA can win the team title at the 2021 Senior World Championships

Iran Surges Into First Place With USA And Russia Chasing – FloWrestling

Team race update after day 2 in men's freestyle at the 2021 World Championships.

Gilman, Burroughs qualify for gold-medal finals, Cox to go for bronze in men’s freestyle at Senior Worlds in Norway – TheMat.com

The United States placed two wrestlers in Monday night’s gold-medal finals in men’s freestyle at the Senior Worlds on Sunday night after big wins in the Group Two semifinal round.

Dake wins third World title, Fix and Taylor take silver, Gwiazdowski is fifth at Senior Worlds in Norway – TheMat.com

The United States came home with three medals on the first night of gold-medal finals at the Senior World Championships on Sunday, led by individual World champion Kyle Dake (Ithaca, N.Y./Spartan Combat WC/Titan Mercury WC) at 74 kg.

Legends of Colorado Wrestling – Jon Penfold

Legends of Colorado Wrestling is an interview series with personalities from around Colorado that stand out when you talk about the sport.

Kyle Dake ’13 Earns Third World Wrestling Championship – Cornell University Athletics

Wrestling for his third world title on Sunday at the 2021 Senior World Wrestling Championships, Kyle Dake '13 did what he does best, win championships at multiple weight classes.

Fix Takes Silver at Senior World Championships – Oklahoma State University Athletics

In his second appearance at the Senior World Championships, Cowboy wrestler Daton Fix earned a silver medal in the 61 kg division.