Boychuck fifth in Greco-Roman on final day of FILA Cadet Worlds in AzerbaijanThe United States had four overall FILA Cadet World medalists during the week. Winning gold medals were Marina Doi of Kingsburg, Calif. at 38 kg/83.75 lbs. in womenâ€™s freestyle and Zain Retherford of Benton, Pa. at 63 kg/138.75 lbs. in menâ€™s freestyle. Capturing a silver medal was Kayla Miracle of Bloomington, Ind. at 56 kg/123.25 lbs. Taking a bronze medal was Anastasia Lobsinger of Martinez, Calif. at 70 kg/154 lbs. in womenâ€™s freestyle.
Five U.S. women weigh in and get draws at Cadet Worlds in Azerbaijanhttp://themat.com/section.php?section_id=3&page=showarticle&ArticleID=25469
Times have changed and are changing by the minute...This could be why the USA is falling behind in the medal count because some folks like the old world much better. Progress is essential for growth, development, and ultimately to reach your peak in school, life, sport, and business.The Soviets moved on, Germany progressed, and even the USA has come out of the dark ages in a lot of respects. Our sport is next. Stay tuned.
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Draws set for first day of menâ€™s freestyle at FILA Cadet Worlds in Azerbaijan