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Burroughs wins Bronze at 2018 and 2019 World Championships, Team USA 2018 Second, Wins Final X 2019

Bean

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https://news.theopenmat.com/blog/2018/07/27/burroughs-chamizo-ii-will-headline-saturdays-matches-at-yasar-dogu/
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2018/July/27/Burroughs-and-Chamizo-set-to-face-off-for-Yasar-Dogu-gold-Taylor-and-Gilman-also-advance-to-finals

"Wrestling for the gold medal will be Thomas Gilman (57 kg), Jordan Burroughs (74 kg), and David Taylor (86 kg)". In a surprise loss, "Snyder lost 3-3 on criteria to 2017 world bronze medalist Aslanbek Alborov (Azerbaijan). " He will wrestle for the Bronze.

"The second installment for Jordan Burroughs/Frank Chamizo (Italy) has been set for Saturday’s final at 74 kg. Both wrestlers won all three of their bouts Friday, and neither was seriously tested. The notoriously stingy Chamizo advanced without surrendering a point in three matches. The first meeting between Burroughs and Chamizo took place three months ago at the Beat the Streets “Rumble on the River” event. Though both competitors were slowed by a slippery mat, Jordan managed to rally and defeat the two-time world champion Chamizo in dramatic fashion."

Taylor Pins all 3 of his opponents to advance to the finals!

 
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Bean

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UPDATE:
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2018/July/28/Taylor-Gilman-win-Yasar-Dogu-golds
https://unitedworldwrestling.org/article/chamizo-outlasts-burroughs-epic-shootout-win-yasar-dogu-gold-medal

Taylor, Gilman win Yasar Dogu gold, Chamizo edges Burroughs in wild 74 kg final, Snyder adds bronze.
"Taylor had a dominant performance to remember. Four matches. Four pins. In the toughest pre-World summer event that served as a UWW Ranking Tournament, which sets the seeds at the World Championships.

Burroughs came home with the silver medal, and the Burroughs v. Chamizo series is now tied 1-1. Chamizo, the 70 kg World champion last year, has made the move up to the Olympic weight class which Burroughs has owned for more than two quadrenniums. "
 
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Huskermonsta

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UPDATE:
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2018/July/28/Taylor-Gilman-win-Yasar-Dogu-golds
https://unitedworldwrestling.org/article/chamizo-outlasts-burroughs-epic-shootout-win-yasar-dogu-gold-medal

Taylor, Gilman win Yasar Dogu gold, Chamizo edges Burroughs in wild 74 kg final, Snyder adds bronze.
"Taylor had a dominant performance to remember. Four matches. Four pins. In the toughest pre-World summer event that served as a UWW Ranking Tournament, which sets the seeds at the World Championships.

Burroughs came home with the silver medal, and the Burroughs v. Chamizo series is now tied 1-1. Chamizo, the 70 kg World champion last year, has made the move up to the Olympic weight class which Burroughs has owned for more than two quadrenniums. "
Chamizo won 10-10 by criteria, ... was that because he exposed Burroughs back during match?
 

Bean

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I did not see the match but based on the article Chamizo won on criteria:

"Chamzio, with his cat-like reflexes, found himself fighting off a Burroughs double, but turned his defense into offense, exposing the American and picking up four points on the out of bounds line, ultimately taking the 8-8 lead on criteria.
The Rio bronze medalist closed out the bout with his third takedown and took the 10-8 lead. Burroughs would score the final two points, but Chamizo held criteria and was victorious, 10-10. "

According to the Rules on Breaking a Tie there are 3 specific tie-breaking criteria that must be followed:
http://wrestling.isport.com/wrestling-guides/wrestling-rules-regulations

1. The wrestler with the least amount of cautions or penalty points wins the period.
2. The wrestler that scored the highest number of technical points with one offensive maneuver wins the period.
3. The wrestler that scores the last point before the end of the period wins.

So I'm thinking it was due to Rule 2 above. i.e. "exposing the American and picking up four points on the out of bounds line".
 

Huskermonsta

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I did not see the match but based on the article Chamizo won on criteria:

"Chamzio, with his cat-like reflexes, found himself fighting off a Burroughs double, but turned his defense into offense, exposing the American and picking up four points on the out of bounds line, ultimately taking the 8-8 lead on criteria.
The Rio bronze medalist closed out the bout with his third takedown and took the 10-8 lead. Burroughs would score the final two points, but Chamizo held criteria and was victorious, 10-10. "

According to the Rules on Breaking a Tie there are 3 specific tie-breaking criteria that must be followed:
http://wrestling.isport.com/wrestling-guides/wrestling-rules-regulations

1. The wrestler with the least amount of cautions or penalty points wins the period.
2. The wrestler that scored the highest number of technical points with one offensive maneuver wins the period.
3. The wrestler that scores the last point before the end of the period wins.

So I'm thinking it was due to Rule 2 above. i.e. "exposing the American and picking up four points on the out of bounds line".
Ah thanks for the criteria, I’ve seen point one win a match before but didn’t really know the others.
 

Bean

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World Championship Send-off Party:

I received an email notification for NU Wrestling Fan subscribers for the send-off for Jordan and James to Budapest [if anyone is interested]:


Lincoln, NE - OCTOBER 5
October 5 is a special day for us as we send off two Huskers to the 2018 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Prior to our 6:00pm send-off party we are going to host a public workout in our wrestling room. You'll be able to see Burroughs and Green on the mat for the last time before they head over seas, first to Ramstein, Germany for acclimation camp, and then Budapest, Hungary for the World Championships. The first 100 guests at our public workout will receive a signed poster of both Jordan and James.

After the workout, head over to The Mill Cafe & Bistro at Innovation Campus---the same place we hosted the FINAL X Pre-party on June 9. We've expanded our operations at The Mill for October 5. In addition to a beer garden located adjacent to The Mill patio, we'll have burgers, brats, etc. for sale. As in years past, we'll have World Championship t-shirts, NWTC and Husker t-shirts for sale, as well as another round of great auction items.

4:00pm - Burroughs & Green Public Workout (Nebraska Wrestling Room, Hendricks Training Complex)
6:00pm - Send-off Party begins at The Mill Cafe and Bistro (Innovation Campus)
 

Bean

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Burroughs wins Bronze:

http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211776943

Beat Chamizo:

After his loss to Sidakov, the four-time World Champion Burroughs could only sit and watch to see if he would get to compete again. His quarterfinal opponent, Sidakov, defeated Frank Chamizo (Italy), which meant that Burroughs got pulled back into repechage. This meant he still had a chance to compete for third place.

Burroughs did not waste this opportunity. He dominated his next opponent, Miroslav Kirov (Bulgaria), 9-0 to advance to the 74 kg bronze-medal bout. His competitor was Frank Chamizo, who his quarterfinal opponent, Zaurbek Sidakov, defeated in the semifinals. At the break, Burroughs led Chamizo 1-0. He went up 3-0 after a takedown, but Chamizo battled back to even the score and eventually take a 4-3 lead. Burroughs knotted the score at 4-4 and went on to win the match by criteria.

Green to wrestle 22 Oct 2018.
 

Bean

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Bean

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Final X: Lincoln Card Set
Final X Matchups
June 15
Lincoln, Neb. (Bob Devaney Sports Center)

Men's Freestyle
Men's 57 kg: Daton Fix vs. Thomas Gilman
Men's 61 kg: Joe Colon vs. Tyler Graff
Men's 70 kg: James Green vs. Ryan Deakin
Men's 74 kg: Jordan Burroughs vs. Isaiah Martinez
Men's 97 kg: Kyle Snyder vs. Kyven Gadson
 

Bean

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Burroughs and Green win Final X matches in Lincoln:

70 kg: James Green (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids/NWTC) df. Ryan Deakin (Broomfield, Colo./Titan Mercury WC/Chicago RTC), 2 matches to 0
Round 1 – Green TF Deakin, 10-0
Round 2 – Green dec. Deakin. 4-3

74 kg: Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids/NWTC) df. Isaiah Martinez (Champaign, Ill./Titan Mercury WC/Illini RTC), 2 matches to 1
Round 1 – Burroughs dec. Martinez, 5-4
Round 2 – Martinez dec. Burroughs, 5-5
Round 3 – Burroughs dec. Martinez, 7-1

The 2019 Freestyle World Championships are scheduled for September 14-22, 2019 in Nursultan, Kazakhstan.
 
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Burroughs and Green win Final X matches in Lincoln:

70 kg: James Green (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids/NWTC) df. Ryan Deakin (Broomfield, Colo./Titan Mercury WC/Chicago RTC), 2 matches to 0
Round 1 – Green TF Deakin, 10-0
Round 2 – Green dec. Deakin. 4-3

74 kg: Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids/NWTC) df. Isaiah Martinez (Champaign, Ill./Titan Mercury WC/Illini RTC), 2 matches to 1
Round 1 – Burroughs dec. Martinez, 5-4
Round 2 – Martinez dec. Burroughs, 5-5
Round 3 – Burroughs dec. Martinez, 7-1
When people argue about the best Husker athletes of all time Jordan has to factor into those arguments. To still consistently win at nearly 31 in wrestling is true amazing.
 

Bean

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When people argue about the best Husker athletes of all time Jordan has to factor into those arguments. To still consistently win at nearly 31 in wrestling is true amazing.
Agree. Jordan Burroughs will be on the U.S. World team for the ninth-time in a row!!
"Burroughs’ goal is to become the winningest wrestler in American history. John Smith, the American leader, stands in first place with six total titles. In order to do surpass him, he would have to win two more world championships in addition to the five he already has. He has his sights set on another gold at this years 2019 World Championships hosted in Astana, Kazakhstan, and another gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan."
International Freestyle
  • 2011 Pan American Games Champion - 74 kg
  • 2011 US Open Champion - 74 kg
  • 2011 World Champion - 74 kg
  • 2012 US Open Champion - 74 kg
  • 2012 World Cup Champion - 74 kg
  • 2012 Olympic Champion - 74 kg
  • 2013 US Open Champion - 74kg
  • 2013 World Champion - 74kg
  • 2014 US Open Champion - 74kg
  • 2014 World Championships Bronze Medal Winner - 74kg
  • 2015 World Cup Champion - 74 kg
  • 2015 Pan American Games Champion - 74kg
  • 2015 World Champion - 74kg
  • 2016 Olympian - 74kg
  • 2017 U.S. Open Champion - 74 kg
  • 2017 World Cup Champion - 74 kg
  • 2017 World Champion - 74kg
  • 2018 World Bronze Medalist - 74kg
Collegiate
  • Two-Time NCAA Champion (2009,157; 2011, 165)
  • 2011 Hodge Trophy winner
  • 2011 InterMat Wrestler of the Year
  • Three-Time All-American (3rd, 2008; 1st, 2009; 1st, 2011)
  • Four-Time NCAA Qualifier (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011)
  • Three-Time Big 12 Champion (2008, 149; 2009, 157; 2011, 165)
  • Outstanding Wrestler of 2008 Big 12 Championships
  • Midlands Champion (2011, 165)
  • 2011 Dan Gable Most Outstanding Wrestler Award (Midlands Championship)
  • Nebraska Most Outstanding Wrestler (2008, 2009, 2011)
  • 128-20 career record
  • Fourth-most wins in school history
  • Tied for fifth-most dual wins in school history (62)
  • Sixth-best career winning percentage in school history (.865)
  • Tied for fifth-most falls in a single season in school history (20, 2011)
  • Four-time Big 12 Wrestler of the Week
  • 2011 Nebraska "Heart and Soul Award" winner
 
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Bean

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2019 WORLD Championships

74 kg/163 lbs. men's FS results

Gold - Zaurbek Sidakov (Russia)
Silver - Frank Chamizo Marquez (Italy)
Bronze - Jordan Burroughs (USA)
Bronze - Zelimkhan Khadjiev (France)
5th - Daniyar Kaisanov (Kazakhstan)
5th - Mao Okui (Japan)
7th - Kamil Rybikci (Poland)
8th - Khadzhimurad Gadzhhiyev (Azerbaijan)
9th - Murad Kuramagomedov (Hungary)
10th - Seungchul Lee (Korea)
Gold – Sidakov dec. Chamizo
Bronze – Burroughs tech fall Okui, 10-0
Bronze – Khadjiev dec. Kaisanov, 4-3

Burroughs takedown is followed by a turn for a 10-0 technical fall win over Okui., wins the bronze, his eighth career World or Olympic medal for Team USA.

74 kg/163 lbs. - Jordan Burroughs, Lincoln, Neb. (Sunkist Kids/Nebraska WTC), bronze medal
WIN Azmat Nurykau (Belarus), 11-10
WIN Murad Kuramagomedov (Hungary), 6-4
WIN Khadzimurad Gadzhiyev (Azerbaijan), 8-1
LOSS Zaurbek Sidakov (Russia), 4-3
WIN Mao Okui (Japan), 10-0
 
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