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Monday Roundup: U23 Plans; Updated USA Overseas Medal Count; Paulson Next

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REMINDER: The 2018 U23 World Championships begin next week from Bucharest, Romania. Given that Day 1 is Monday, there will not be a Roundup next week in keeping with our policy of isolating World events as they occur.

We will be releasing the U23 World rosters (from all of the participating nations that have submitted) later this week in effort to further set the table.

2018 USA U23 Greco-Roman World Team

55 kg: Dalton Duffield (NMU/OTS)
60 kg: Randon Miranda (NYAC/OTS)
63 kg: Travis Rice (IRTC)
67 kg: Nolan Baker (NIRTC)
72 kg: Logan Kass (Minnesota Storm/OTS)
77 kg: Jesse Porter (NYAC/OTS)
82 kg: Carter Nielsen (NMU/OTS)
87 kg: George Sikes (NMU/OTS)
97 kg: G’Angelo Hancock (Sunkist)
130 kg: Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist)

5PM U23 Worlds Coverage Coming Your Way

  • Mini-bios on each US World Teamer.
  • U23 World rosters.
  • Live updates and post-session recaps.

Updated 2018 US Overseas Medal Count

Didn’t we just do one of these? Yes — but this time around we are adding a Senior World medal. On top of that, there is also the little matter of what went down the past two weeks in Sweden, as US athletes covering three age groups were responsible for 17 more pieces of hardware including six champs.

Grand Prix Zagreb Open (CRO) — 2/3/18 (SR)
BRONZE: Xavier Johnson (60 kg, Marines)

Granma Cup (CUB) — 2/18/18 (SR)
GOLD: Kamal Bey (77 kg, Sunkist)
BRONZE: Dalton Roberts (60 kg, NYAC/OTS), Kevin Radford (87 kg, Sunkist)

Thor Masters (DEN) — 2/24/18 (SR)
SILVER: Randon Miranda (55 kg, NYAC/OTS), Jesse Thielke (63 kg, NYAC)
BRONZE: RaVaughn Perkins (72 kg, NYAC)

Austrian Open (AUT) — 3/3/18 (JR)
GOLD: Camden Russell (55 kg, MWC), Benji Peak (60 kg, NMU/OTS), Riley Briggs (67 kg, NMU/OTS), Cohlton Schultz (130 kg, NYAC)
SILVER: Mason Hartshorn (60 kg, NMU/OTS), Alston Nutter (63 kg, NMU/OTS)
BRONZE: John Massey (55 kg, NMU/OTS), Luis Hernandez (63 kg, FL)

Tallinn Open (EST) — 4/1/18 (SCHOOLBOY, CADET & JR)
GOLD: Payton Jacobson (45 kg, WI)
SILVER: Cael Anderson (48 kg, WI)
BRONZE: Blaine Brenner (45 kg, WI), Preston Martin (55 kg, KS)

Easter Wrestling Tournament (HOL) — 4/1/18 (SCHOOLBOY, CADET & JR)
GOLD: Trason Oehme (38 kg, SD), Billy Sullivan (50 kg, NV), Kellyn March (58 kg, SD)
SILVER: Mikey Baker (38 kg, IA), Tanner Meyers (65 kg, SD)
BRONZE: Teague Granum (32 kg, SD), Adam Allard (54 kg, IA), Nick Casperson (87 kg, SD)

Dinko Petrov Tournament (BUL) — 4/1/18 (SCHOOLBOY & CADET)
GOLD: Kayd Craig (44 kg, ID)
SILVER: Teegan Dunn (60 kg, ID)

Pan Am Championships (PER) — 5/4/2018 (SR)
GOLD: Ryan Mango (63 kg, Army/WCAP), RaVaughn Perkins (72 kg, NYAC)
SILVER: Max Nowry (55 kg, Army/WCAP), Geordan Speiller (82 kg, Florida Jets), Robby Smith (130 kg, NYAC)
BRONZE: Ben Provisor (87 kg, NYAC/NLWC)

Pan Am Championships (GUA) — 5/25/18 (CADET)
GOLD: Sheldon Seymour (48 kg, PA), Hunter Lewis (55 kg, WI), Carson Manville (65 kg, VA), Gerrit Nijenhuis (80 kg, PA), Chase Thompson (110 kg, FL)
SILVER: Paxton Creese (51 kg, MN), Beau Bartlett (60 kg, PA), Aaron Gandara (71 kg, AZ)
BRONZE: Stevo Paulin (45 kg, NY), Santos Cantu (92 kg, OR)

Trophee Milone (ITA) — 5/26/18 (SR)
BRONZE: Morgan Flaharty (67 kg, NYAC), Kevin Beazley (97 kg, Cliff Keen WC)

Refik Memišević-Brale Tournament (SRB) — 6/9/18 (CADET)
GOLD: Nate Rubino (45 kg, MWC)
SILVER: Caden Arps (48 kg, MWC)

Croatia Open (CRO) — 6/16/18 (CADET)
GOLD: Nate Rubino (45 kg, MWC), Conor Knopick (55 kg, MWC), Andy Garcia (110 kg, MWC)
SILVER: Caden Arps (51 kg, MWC)

World Championships (CRO) — 7/8/18 (CADET)
BRONZE: Jacob Kaminski (92 kg, Ill)

Grand Prix of Spain (ESP) — 7/15/18 (SR)
SILVER: Jamel Johnson (67 kg, Marines), Trent Osnes (130 kg, Marines)
BRONZE: Xavier Johnson (63 kg, Marines)

Grand Prix of Germany (GER) — 8/19/18 (SR)
SILVER: Dalton Roberts (60 kg, NYAC/OTS)

Wladyslaw Pytlasinski Memorial (POL) — 9/8/18 (SR)
GOLD: G’Angelo Hancock (97 kg, Sunkist)

World Championships (SVK) — 9/19/18 (JR)
SILVER: Andrew Berreyesa (82 kg, NYAC/FLWC)
BRONZE: Cohlton Schultz (130 kg, NYAC)

ÖIS Grand Prix (SWE) — 9/28/18 (SR)
SILVER: Brandon Mueller (72 kg, Air Force/WCAP)

Eduardo Campbell Cup (PAN) — 9/28/18 (SR)
GOLD: Mason Hartshorn (60 kg, NMU/OTS), Riley Briggs (67 kg, NMU/OTS), Colin Schubert (77 kg, NYAC/OTS), George Hooker (87 kg, NMU/OTS), Khymba Johnson (97 kg, NYAC/OTS)
SILVER: Jordan Auen (67 kg, NMU/OTS), Spencer Woods (77 kg, NMU/OTS), Zach Merrill (97 kg, OTS), Marc Leon (130 kg, NMU/OTS)
BRONZE: Aaron Kliamovich (77 kg, NMU/OTS), Roy Nash (97 kg, NMU/OTS)

Klippan Cup (SWE) — 10/27/18 (SR)
GOLD: Benji Peak (67 kg, NMU/OTS)
SILVER: Sean Sesnan (55 kg, WBC), Keaton Fanning (87 kg, NMU/OTS), Tyler Curd (130 kg, NMU/OTS)
BRONZE: Jacob Cochran (55 kg, NMU/OTS), David Stepanian (60 kg, NMU/OTS), Nick Boykin (97 kg, Sunkist)

World Championships (HUN) — 10/28/18 (SR)
SILVER: Adam Coon (130 kg, Cliff Keen WC)

Malar Cupen (SWE) — 11/4/18 (SCHOOLBOY, CADET/JR, & SR)
GOLD: Kolby Warren (38 kg, MO), Christopher Coates (41 kg, KS), Greyson Clark (48 kg, WI), Jadon Skellenger (57 kg, ID), Tyler Curd (130 kg, NMU/OTS)
SILVER: Cheaney Schoeff (48 kg, IN), Logan Hatch (65 kg, WI)
BRONZE: Cole Stephenson (60 kg, CO), Noah Wachsmuth (65 kg, OR), Corey Fitzgerald (82 kg, NMU/OTS)

MEDAL BREAKDOWN

  • Overall — 91
  • Senior — 42 (11 gold, 17 silver, 14 bronze)
  • Junior & below — 49 (22 gold, 14 silver, 13 bronze)
  • Four World medals — (Adam Coon — silver, Senior; Andrew Berreyesa — silver, Junior; Cohlton Schultz — bronze, Junior; Jacob Kaminski — bronze, Cadet)

Soon to Be Hall of Famer Brandon Paulson

…will be the featured guest on the upcoming episode of The Five Point Move Podcast. A silver medalist at both the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and 2001 World Championships, Paulson is widely-regarded as one of the very best Greco-Roman athletes in US history and has gone on to forge a coaching career that is just as impactful. Between leading his collection of talented age-groupers at PINnacle Wrestling School and presiding over top-flight Seniors from the Minnesota Storm, it is hard to find another member of the wrestling community who has managed to transcend styles the way Paulson has. Freestyle/folkstyle people revere him; Greco people call him one of their own.

Last week, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame announced that Paulson will be enshrined as part of its 2019 class coming up later this spring, an honor in which he is more than deserving. It’s also a great conversation starter, so we will be discussing that with Paulson, other Greco-related topics, and then let podcast co-host Dennis Hall take the reins from there. When it drops, this thing will be can’t miss listening!

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