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USA Men’s Freestyle First Team in History to Win Every Pan Am Weight, Beat the Streets

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Burroughs wins gold at the Dan Kolov International

https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/March/02/Burroughs-Mensah-Stock-win-Dan-Kolov-golds
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/March/03/Snyder-gets-gold-Golston-silver-Conder-and-Hildebrandt-bronze-in-Bulgaria
2 March 2019;

74 kg/163 lbs. – Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Nebraska WTC), gold medal
WIN Jitender (India), 9-0
WIN Frank Chamizo (Italy), 9-1
WIN Abylaikhan Nursultanov (Kazakhstan), injury default
WIN Ali Umarpashaev (Bulgaria), 7-2
WIN Bekzod Abdurakhmanov (Uzbekistan), 4-3

Jordan revenges lost to Chamizo in Worlds last year. [See earlier post]

"Overall, for the four-day event, the USA won 12 medals. Joining Snyder as gold medalists were 2012 Olympic champion and four-time World champion Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Nebraska WTC) at 74 kg/163 lbs., 2018 World bronze medalist Tamrya Mensah-Stock (Colorado Springs, Colo./TMWC/OTC) at 68 kg/149.5 lbs. and Alex Dieringer (Stillwater, Okla./TMWC/Cowboy RTC), at 79 kg/174 lbs."
 
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Former Huskers Jordan Burroughs and Colton McCrystal will compete for Team USA at the 2019 Senior Pan American Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which take place April 18-21.
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/April/12/2019-MFS-pan-am-roster

Both Burroughs (74 kg) and McCrystal (65 kg) will compete in the freestyle brackets with qualification rounds and repechage beginning at 8 a.m. CT on Saturday, April 20.
Men’s Freestyle - April 20-21

2019 SENIOR PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

U.S. Men’s Freestyle Roster:
57 kg: Josh Rodriguez (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC)
61 kg: Joe Colon (Fresno, Calif./Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC)
65 kg: Colton McCrystal (Lincoln, Neb./Nebraska WTC)
70 kg: Anthony Ashnault (South Plainfield, N.J./NJRTC)
74 kg: Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids)
79 kg: Chandler Rogers (Stillwater, Okla./Titan Mercury WC/Cowboy RTC)
86 kg: David Taylor (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC)
92 kg: J’den Cox (Colorado Springs, Colo./Titan Mercury WC/USOTC)
97 kg: Kyle Snyder (Columbus, Ohio/Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
125 kg: Nick Gwiazdowksi (Raleigh, N.C./Titan Mercury WC)

National Freestyle Head Coach – Bill Zadick, Colorado Springs, Colo.
National Manager of Freestyle Programs – Joe Russell, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Coach – Kerry McCoy, College Park, Md.

Schedule: (All times central)
Thursday, April 18

8 a.m. – Qualification rounds (GR 55-60-63-67-72-97-130kg)
2:30 p.m. – Opening Ceremonies
3 p.m. – Finals (GR 55-60-63-67-72-97-130kg)

Friday, April 19
8 a.m. – Qualification rounds (GR 77-82-87kg & WW 55-59-65-72kg)
3 p.m. – Finals (GR 77-82-87kg & WW 55-59-65-72kg)

Saturday, April 20
8 a.m. – Qualification rounds (WW 50-53-57-62-68-76kg & FS 79-92kg)
3 p.m. – Finals (WW 50-53-57-62-68-76kg & FS 79-92kg)

Sunday, April 21
8 a.m. – Qualification rounds (FS – 57-61-65-70-74-86-97-125kg)
3 p.m. – Finals (FS – 57-61-65-70-74-86-97-125kg)
 
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https://unitedworldwrestling.org/article/usa-mens-freestyle-becomes-first-team-history-win-every-pan-am-weight
Final team standings
1. USA – 250
2. Canada – 129
3. Cuba – 115
4. Puerto Rico – 72
5. Venezuela – 68
6. Argentina – 53
7. Colombia – 48
8. Brazil – 41
9. Dominican Republic – 37
10. Peru – 37

Final results

57 kg
GOLD - Joshua RODRIGUEZ (USA) TF Oscar TIGREROS URBANO (COL), 10-0
BRONZE - Pedro MEJIAS RODRIGUEZ (VEN) TF Daniel ALVES DO NASCIMENTO (BRA), 10-0
BRONZE – Reineri ANDREU ORTEGA (CUB) dec. Darthe CAPELLAN (CAN), 4-0

61 kg
GOLD – Joe COLON (USA)
SILVER – Yowlys BONNE RODRIGUEZ (CUB)
BRONZE – Scott SCHILLER (CAN)

65 kg
GOLD - Colton MCCRYSTAL (USA) TF Damian SOLENZAL LOPEZ (CUB), 12-1
BRONZE - Mauricio SANCHEZ SALTOS (ECU) dec. Daniel BRIOSO (DOM), 9-5
BRONZE – Agustin DESTRIBATS (ARG) TF Sixto AUCCAPINA PEDRAGAS (PER), 16-5

70 kg
GOLD - Anthony ASHNAULT (USA)
SILVER - Nicholas ROWE (CAN)
BRONZE - Mitchel TAIPE DUANAMA (PER)

74 kg
GOLD - Jordan BURROUGHS (USA) dec. Jevon BALFOUR (CAN), 7-0
BRONZE - Franklin GOMEZ MATOS (PUR) TF Adonis ARROYO (VEN), 10-0
BRONZE – Julio RODRIGUEZ ROMERO (DOM) TF Jorge DESPAIGNE LAGAR (CUB), 10-0

86 kg
GOLD - David TAYLOR III (USA) TF Pedro CEBALLOS FUENTES (VEN), 10-0
BRONZE - Lazaro HERNANDEZ LUIS (CUB) TF Meruzhan NIKOYAN (ARG), 10-0
BRONZE – Alexander MOORE (CAN) TF Christian ANGUIANO FLORES (MEX), 11-0

97 kg
GOLD - Kyle SNYDER (USA) df. Reineris SALAS PEREZ (CUB), injury default
BRONZE - Jose DIAZ ROBERTTI (VEN) TF Maxwell LACEY GARITA (CRC), 10-0
BRONZE – Evan RAMOS (PUR) dec. Jordan STEEN (CAN), 8-5

125 kg
GOLD - Nicholas GWIAZDOWSKI (USA) TF Korey JARVIS (CAN), 10-0
BRONZE - Oscar PINO HINDS (CUB) df. Eduardo GARCIA BETANZOS (MEX), fall
BRONZE - Antoine BRAGA ABOU JAOUDE (BRA) TF Jorge MEDINA ARROYO (ECU), 12-1
https://news.theopenmat.com/international-wrestling/us-mens-freestyle-sweeps-pan-american-championships-greco-and-womens-team-win-titles/72789
 
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Burroughs, Green Victorious at Beat the Streets
https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/May/06/BTS-wrap-Burroughs-beats-Askren
New York, N.Y. - Olympic and World Champion Jordan Burroughs dominated UFC star Ben Askren with an 11-0 technical fall (3:16) in the 79 kg/174 pound Main Event at Beat the Streets on Monday night at Madison Square Garden.

At 70 kg, in a battle of New Jersey natives, 2017 World silver medalist and 2015 World bronze medalist James Green stopped Rutgers’ 2019 NCAA champion and 2019 Pan American champion Anthony Ashnault, 8-4. Green led 4-0 after the opening period with a pair of takedowns. Green added two step-out points early in the second period and a takedown to lead 8-0 midway through the second. Ashnault scored two takedowns late to bring the score to 8-4, but it was not enough to overcome Green.
 
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