USA World Medal Count By State

USA Wrestling had a tremendous 2017 and has been racking up medals at an impressive clip since 2011, when the cadet age group (15- to 17-year-olds) World Championship made a return to the UWW calendar. 

From 2011 to 2017 in all styles (men's freestyle, women's freestyle, and Greco-Roman) and age groups (seniors, juniors, and cadets), Team USA won 142 total medals: 47 gold, 27 silver, and 68 bronze.

To get a better idea of where all the medals are coming from, we broke down the awards by home state. In these exercises, there is always some amount of disagreement as to which state certain wrestlers should "count" for in the final tally. In this case, we differed to the wrestler whenever possible and when in doubt picked the state that the wrestler lived in during high school. So in case you are wondering, Kurt McHenry is "counted" for Virginia, Mark Hall for Minnesota, and Thomas Gilman for Iowa.

With that said, below is a chart of all the USA Wrestling world medals from 2011 to 2017 by state. 

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And if you don't mind scrolling a bit, the table below has every medal winner listed by name.

GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL
CALIFORNIA 3 5 9 17
Marina Doi 1 1 2 4
Aaron Pico 1 1 1 3
Jacob Varner 1 1 2
Alleida Martinez 1 1 2
Zahid Valencia 1 1
Regina Doi 1 1
Jennifer Page 1 1
Gracie Figueroa 1 1
Cade Olivas 1 1
Anastasia Lobsinger 1 1
MINNESOTA 7 2 5 14
Mark Hall 3 3
Gable Steveson 3 3
Andrew Bisek 2 2
Sam Stoll 1 1
Owen Webster 1 1
Mitch McKee 1 1
Greg Kerkvliet 1 1
Emily Shilson 1 1
Ali Bernard 1 1
MARYLAND 8 3 2 13
Helen Maroulis 3 2 1 6
Kyle Snyder 4 1 5
Pat Downey 1 1
Aaron Brooks 1 1
COLORADO 5 2 4 11
Adeline Gray 3 1 2 6
Maya Nelson 1 1 2
Ryan Deakin 1 1
G'Angelo Hancock 1 1
Colton Schultz 1 1
NEW JERSEY 5 2 3 10
Jordan Burroughs 5 1 6
James Green 1 1 2
Leigh Jaynes-Provisor 1 1
Joey McKenna 1 1
ILLINOIS 3 2 5 10
Alli Ragan 2 2 4
Will Lewan 1 1
Sammy Brooks 1 1
Kamal Bey 1 1
Jacob Warner 1 1
Haley Augello 1 1
Ellis Coleman 1 1
PENNSYLVANIA 5 1 2 8
Spencer Lee 3 3
Zain Retherford 1 1
Jordan Wood 1 1
Jared Verkleeren 1 1
Gavin Hoffman 1 1
Coleman Scott 1 1
NEW YORK 2 1 4 7
Yianni Diakomihalis 2 2
Vito Arujau 1 1
Nick Gwiazdowski 1 1
Jacori Teemer 1 1
Alexis Porter 1 1
Alexis Bleau 1 1
MICHIGAN 1 1 5 7
Erin Golston 1 2 3
Adam Coon 1 2 3
Gabe Dean 1 1
WISCONSIN 2 4 6
Alyssa Lampe 2 2
Macey Kilty 1 1
Jesse Thielke 1 1
Alex Dieringer 1 1
Alara Boyd 1 1
OKLAHOMA 1 5 6
Daton Fix 1 2 3
Becka Leathers 2 2
Kayla Marano 1 1
INDIANA 1 4 5
Kayla Miracle 1 2 3
Stevan Micic 1 1
Alara Boyd 1 1
OHIO 1 1 2 4
Logan Stieber 1 1 2
Kollin Moore 1 1
David Carr 1 1
MISSOURI 3 3
J'den Cox 2 2
Victoria Francis 1 1
MASSACHUSETTS 1 1 1 3
Elena Pirozhkova 1 1 1 3
VIRGINIA 3 3
Kurt McHenry 2 2
Mason Manville 1 1
HAWAII 1 2 3
Teshya Alo 1 1 2
Clarissa Chun 1 1
TEXAS 2 2
Tervel Dlagnev 1 1
Asia Ray 1 1
SOUTH DAKOTA 1 1 2
Ronna Heaton 1 1 2
IOWA 1 1 2
Thomas Gilman 1 1 2
UTAH 1 1
Taylor LaMont 1 1
OREGON 1 1
Travis Wittlake 1 1
MONTANA 1 1
Toby Erickson 1 1
KANSAS 1 1
Nathan Butler 1 1
IDAHO 1 1
Jon Jay Chavez 1 1
FLORIDA 1 1
Cevion Severado 1 1

In impressive haul no matter how you slice it!

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