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World champ Bo Bassett gets congratulatory messages from those who inspired him | Sports | tribdem.com

Shortly after he won a world title on Wednesday, Bo Bassett got a congratulatory message from the wrestler who helped inspire him.

Fargo Girls 16U & Junior Recap – FloWrestling

Derek Levendusky looks back at the top stars and storylines from the girls competition in Fargo.

Which College Won Fargo? – FloWrestling

Based on committed recruits, how did every college do? We analyze the results and find out who did the best.

Junior Greco-Roman semifinals set for Friday; Oklahoma's Williams looking to win second Fargo title of the week – TheMat.com

Semifinal pairings are finalized for the Junior Greco-Roman division as the final tournament here at the 2021 Junior and 16U Nationals at the FargoDone is set to conclude with Friday’s action. Leading into tomorrow, Team Illinois leads the way with seven wrestlers represented in the semifinals. Team California and Team Wisconsin both have six in the semis.

Mauger and Hopke win Triple Crown awards in 16U Greco-Roman finals; Team Pennsylvania wins team title; Nebraska’s Adams named Outstanding Wrestler – TheMat.com

Idaho’s Mack Mauger (94) and Wisconsin’s Koy Hopke (220) both won individual titles in Thursday’s 16U Greco-Roman finals to win USA Wrestling Triple Crown awards.

Dill, Jimenez and Freitas go three for three in bronze medal matches at the Cadet World Championships – TheMat.com

Three U.S. wrestlers competed in bronze medal matches tonight at the Cadet World Championships, and all three wrestlers are bringing home hardware. Angie Dill, Audrey Jimenez and Lillian Freitas closed out their tournaments on high notes, capping a perfect medal round for Team USA.

Pastoriza, Gomez and Elor advance to tomorrow’s Cadet World finals – TheMat.com

The women’s freestyle program went three for three in day two’s semifinals at the Cadet World Championships. Erica Pastoriza, Katie Gomez and Amit Elor all turned in dominant performances to secure their spots in tomorrow night’s finals.

Olympic Games preview at 97 kg in Greco-Roman: Will the field be able to stop Evloev and Aleksanyan? – TheMat.com

The biggest storyline at 97 kg is Armenia’s Artur Aleksanyan trying to reclaim his spot on top of the podium from Russia’s Musa Evloev. These great champions are the top two seeds, with Evloev getting the No. 1 and Aleksanyan nailing down the No. 2, meaning they would not meet until the medal rounds.

#253 Chael Sonnen on Barstools Betting Lines for the Olympics, Fargo and McGregor’s Return | Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast

Uncle Chael Sonnen is back! In this episode we talk about Barstool Sports’ betting lines on the Olympics, a few legendary fargo matches involving greats such as Stephen Abas, Teague Moore and Eric Guerrero, as well as McGregor vs Poirier 4.

Fargo Day 7 preview (7/23): Junior Greco-Roman closes out the biggest Junior/16U Nationals ever – TheMat.com

USA Wrestling’s USMC Junior/16U Nationals has set an all-time record for entries, just in time to celebrate the historic 50th Junior Nationals. With 5,900 entries over six tournaments, the quality matched the quantity for a fantastic week of wrestling.

Wrestling adds Earl Hall to staff – University of Northern Colorado Athletics

Head Coach Troy Nickerson announced the addition of Earl Hall as a Volunteer Assistant Coach for Northern Colorado Wrestling on Thursday. Hall and Nickerson are no strangers to each other as Nickerson coached him for a year at Iowa State. He comes to UNC from Virginia where he was a Volunteer Assistant Coach for a year.

Wrestlers bypass traditional summer fun to compete in North Dakota | Local High School Sports | tribstar.com

After the strange do-nothing summer of 2020, plenty of teenagers probably looked forward to this summer to finally hang out by the nearest pool or lake and engage in traditional outdoor activities.

TOKYO OLYMPICS: Hildebrandt ready for challenge of the Olympics | Sports News | heraldcourier.com

For the third time in as many Olympic Games, King University will have at least one participant. Former Tornado women’s wrestler Sarah Hildebrandt will compete in August for the United States of America.

SEP wrestler Nate Jesuroga 3rd at Cadet freestyle world championships – Des Moines Register

Nate Jesuroga is now, officially, one of the best wrestlers on the planet.

Golden moment: Local wrestler Bassett reaches world championship finals | News | tribdem.com

Bo Bassett couldn’t have scripted it any better: A chance to capture a world title and possibly help the United States make wrestling history.

WRESTLING | New Stars Expected to Emerge for Japan with Icons Saori Yoshida, Kaori Icho No Longer Competing | JAPAN Forward

Sisters Risako and Yukako Kawai will be among those looking to carry on Japan’s winning tradition in the ring.

Gable Steveson Receives Good Luck Message From Ric Flair Ahead Of The Olympics – Wrestlezone

The decorated heavyweight wrestler received quite the good luck message from WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair ahead of his gold medal bid at this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Controversial decision goes againt York-Adams wrestler at world event – York Dispatch

A controversial referee’s decision ended Levi Haines’ tournament run at the Cadet World Wrestling Freestyle Championships on Tuesday in Budapest, Hungary.

Tokyo Olympics: Guinea pulls out of Games over ‘resurgence of COVID variants' | World News | Sky News

One of the athletes affected, freestyle wrestler Fatoumata Yarie Camara, said she was struggling to understand why the decision had been taken.