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Live Blog: Senior World Championships, Day 2 – FS 57kg, 65kg, 79kg, 92kg | United World Wrestling
More freestyle superstars will be in action on day two of the senior World Championships in Oslo, Norway. Jordan BURROUGHS (USA) and J'den COX (USA) will try claim the gold medals while Tokyo bronze medalist Thomas GILMAN (USA) will be a big threat at 57kg. Zagir SHAKIEV (RWF) is the favourite at 65kg. If you missed day one action, here's the wrap — Hassan Yazdani and David Taylor set up 86kg final
#WrestleOslo: Taylor, Yazdani set up gold-medal showdown; USA puts 3 in finals | United World Wrestling
Just two months after a victory that gave him an Olympic gold medal, David TAYLOR (USA) will meet nemesis Hassan YAZDANI (IRI) again, this time with the world championship on the line in the latest edition of one of wrestling's biggest rivalries.
United World Wrestling expects $11 million profit in 2021 – Inside The Games
Another International Federation has disclosed a significant deficit for 2020, with United World Wrestling (UWW) posting a CHF5.24 million (£4.16 million/$5.63 million/€4.86 million) loss for the COVID-19-scarred year.
Coming off nine medals in Tokyo, US Olympic wrestlers seeking gold at world championships – Yahoo Sports
David Taylor had two goals this year: win Olympic gold, then win a second world title. Easy enough, right?
Jordan Burroughs And J’Den Cox Seek Redemption In World Championships – Team USA
While all eyes will certainly be on the eight U.S. medalists from the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 competing at the World Wrestling Championships beginning Saturday in Oslo, Norway, they will also be trained on a pair of men’s freestyle wrestlers who didn’t get to Tokyo.
Taylor, Dake, Fix reach gold-medal finals, Gwiazdowski in repechage at Senior Worlds in Oslo, Norway
The United States came out strong and took the early team lead after going three-for-three in the men’s freestyle semifinals at the Senior World Championships at Jordal Amfi on Saturday night.
2021-22's Top 50 Collegiate Wrestlers: #32 Patrick Glory (Princeton) | 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.
Team USA Takes The Early Team Lead – FloWrestling
Team race update after the first day of men's freestyle at the 2021 World Championships
Daton Fix Makes the World Championship Finals | Pistols Firing
Daton Fix started his quest to become a Senior World Champion a long time ago, but the matches to his first Senior World Medal started Saturday in Oslo, Norway.
College Recruiting: state champion Kasprick to Concordia College – The Guillotine
Brady Kasprick of Thief River Falls has committed to wrestling for Concordia College following his upcoming senior season.
SCSU wrestler charged with assaulting another student – The Guillotine
A 20-year-old St. Cloud State University wrestler has been charged in connection to an assault that left another student seriously injured in St. Cloud earlier this month.