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Junior Worlds This Week

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We have four Indiana natives on the mats this week in Tallinn, Estonia here is the schedule.

All times eastern
Sunday 10am Draw for Brayton Lee
Monday 3:30am Qualification rounds for Brayton Lee
Monday 7:15am Draw for Davison and Parris
Monday 1pm Semi-finals for Brayton Lee
Tuesday 3:30am Qualification rounds for Davison and Parris and Repechage for Brayton Lee(hopefully not)
Tuesday 10:00am semi-finals for Davison and Parris
Tuesday 11:00am Finals for Brayton Lee
Wednesday 3:30am Repechage(hopefully not) for Davison and Parris
Wednesday 11:00am Finals for Davison and Parris
Wednesday 7:15am Draw for Alara Boyd
Thursday 3:30am Qualification rounds for Alara Boyd
Thursday 10:00am semi-finals for Alara Boyd
Friday 3:30am repechage for Alara Boyd
Friday 11:00am Finals for Alara Boyd

Link to the UWW Arena with brackets and info
https://arena.unitedworldwrestling.org/weight-category/2939d4b9-bb6c-11e9-be65-080027548b1b

 

Link to streaming on TrackWrestling
https://www.trackwrestling.com/tw/opentournaments/VerifyPassword.jsp?tournamentId=278619132

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Brayton's draw is here
https://arena.unitedworldwrestling.org/weight-category/show/f5df42d9-bc2f-11e9-ad7f-080027548b1b/bracket/print

The Azerbaijani was 8th at Cadet Worlds last year.

Brayton's potential quarter-final match could be returning bronze medalist Diacon of Moldova.

On the top half is Arushanian of Ukraine who was a bronze medalist last year at 65kg.

He is the 17th match on Mat D to start the morning, thus he should be on the mat around 5:30am.

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6 hours ago, Y2CJ41 said:

Brayton's draw is here
https://arena.unitedworldwrestling.org/weight-category/show/f5df42d9-bc2f-11e9-ad7f-080027548b1b/bracket/print

The Azerbaijani was 8th at Cadet Worlds last year.

Brayton's potential quarter-final match could be returning bronze medalist Diacon of Moldova.

On the top half is Arushanian of Ukraine who was a bronze medalist last year at 65kg.

He is the 17th match on Mat D to start the morning, thus he should be on the mat around 5:30am.

If you haven’t wrestled an Azerbaijani or Moldavian in your career, is it even a career? 

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Draws for Parris and Davison are out.

Parris gets returning bronze medalist KHVISTANI of Georgia first round.

Davison has CHOQUETTE of Canada who was 4th at the Junior Pan Ams this year. Second round could be against VIKY from India. If his database results are correct he placed 5th at the Yasur Dogu about a month ago and was second at the Asian games wrestling the senior age group. India is hard to gauge with their names so this could be the same or a different guy.

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Posted (edited)

Tough day for the USA.

Tanner Sloan, that was here for the dream team classic, lost early on and the guy that beat him was a couple points short in the semis to pull him back in. 

A VERY talented Aaron Brooks from Maryland lost his first match also. He was not pulled back in for a medal either. 

Super proud of B Lee. Tough loss.

The smaller kid from Cornell smashed his way to the finals.

All great kids. Exciting to see them all have a shot on this team. Look forward to a bounce back day tomorrow. 

Edited by Mattyb

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Mattyb said:

Tough day for the USA.

Tanner Sloan, that was here for the dream team classic, lost early on and the guy that beat him was a couple points short in the semis to pull him back in. 

A VERY talented Aaron Brooks from Maryland lost his first match also. He was not pulled back in for a medal either. 

Super proud of B Lee. Tough loss.

The smaller kid from Cornell smashed his way to the finals.

All great kids. Exciting to see them all have a shot on this team. Look forward to a bounce back day tomorrow. 

Vito is a beast, and he’s only getting better. Wouldn’t be surprised if he wins 125 or even Olympic redshirts next season. Looking forward to Parris tomorrow, I think his style will be unique against foreign heavyweights. Hopefully he will dump some dudes on their head!

Edited by bigballerb

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Davison will wrestle for a GOLD medal tomorrow!

He got an early takedown and three guts to go up 8-0. He gave up a takedown then stepped over a gut attempt for the PIN! Way to go Lucas!

Mason Parris is coming to the mat now.

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Posted (edited)
17 hours ago, bigballerb said:

Vito is a beast, and he’s only getting better. Wouldn’t be surprised if he wins 125 or even Olympic redshirts next season. Looking forward to Parris tomorrow, I think his style will be unique against foreign heavyweights. Hopefully he will dump some dudes on their head!

Vito lost 3-2 in the finals. 

Big medal day for USA tomorrow! 

Can pick up 3 golds and two bronze. 

Tagg and Hidlay both lost in semis. 

Carr joins Lucas and Mason in finals. 

Edited by Mattyb

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Just now, Mattyb said:

Vito lost 3-2 in the finals. 

Big medal day for USA tomorrow! 

Yup, tough loss. Our second day guys crushed it, with all going for a medal tomorrow. Last I checked we were down 115-100 to Russia .

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3 minutes ago, bigballerb said:

Yup, tough loss. Our second day guys crushed it, with all going for a medal tomorrow. Last I checked we were down 115-100 to Russia .

Hidlay lost by one in the semis to a Russian. That’s a tough head to head loss. 

Carr did beat a Russian earlier. Which was a big win. 

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8 minutes ago, Mattyb said:

Hidlay lost by one in the semis to a Russian. That’s a tough head to head loss. 

Carr did beat a Russian earlier. Which was a big win. 

Hidlay’s loss was tough because the 4th point given up was a failed challenge. No challenge and hidlay wins on criteria.

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Anybody else think Parris looks like he's shed 5 pounds of fat and added 7 pounds of muscle since March?

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3 minutes ago, maligned said:

Anybody else think Parris looks like he's shed 5 pounds of fat and added 7 pounds of muscle since March?

He looked bigger in Raleigh and is still quick as a cat on his feet. 

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40 minutes ago, bigballerb said:

Hidlay’s loss was tough because the 4th point given up was a failed challenge. No challenge and hidlay wins on criteria.

He gifted the Russian all 4 points in my opinion. Takedown was off of his own needless erratic bouncing around. Step out was lack of mat awareness. Challenge was really bad situational awareness. Had to be a maddening feeling walking off the mat. I felt for him.

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