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Pan Ams
« on: May 27, 2021, 06:46:04 PM »
So far our GR team are all in the finals. 

60 Hafizov (USA) vs D. Toro Castaneda (COL)
63 R Miranda (USA) vs A. Montano Arroyoecu (ECU)
67 X Johnson (USA) vs E. Feliciano (COM)
72  3 round robins, J Johnson (USA) has 2 wins through 2 rounds, in final round he faces a guy that beat the guy Johnson beat 9-0.   Should be an easy win


That's all that is available at this time.  So we should have 4 gold medallists.  I don't see anyone from CUB entered which is surprising to me. 

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Re: Pan Ams
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2021, 04:29:47 PM »
Some results:

GR
60 - Final  Dicther Hans Toro Castaneda (COL)  7-3   Ildar Hafizov (USA)
63 - Final  Andres Roberto Montano Arroyoecu (ECU)  7-6   Randon Drew Miranda (USA)
67 - Final  Xavier Tramain Johnson (USA)  11-0    Enyer Manuel Feliciano (DOM)
72 -  Round Robin  #1  Jamel Rasheed Johnson (USA),  #2  Juan Roberto Ruiz Lugo (MEX)

77 - Walsh (USA) vs De Brito Ramos (BRA)  Finals
82 - Round Robin with 3 participants  Ben Provisor won his two matches so he should get the gold.
87 -  Round robin with 3 participants  #1 Ariel Andres Alfonso Rodriguez (HON)  #2  John Walter Stefanowicz Jr (USA)  USA lost to HON first round 4-3
97 - Round robin with 4 participants  #1  Kevin MEJIA Castillo (HON),  #2   Braxton James Amos (USA)  Amos Lost to Castillo 9-0
130 - Round robin with 3 participants  #1  Donald Robert Longendyke (USA),  #2  Luis Alberto Roman Barrios (MEX)

WFS and MFS come later. 

Without Cuba there, I would think USA should take gold in all weights.  But clearly there are some central and south american wrestlers that are better .

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