Junior Worlds - Women's Results

Junior Worlds - Women's Results

Friday, August 15th - Women's Day II

2015 JR Women Standings

 

 

Name

State

Result

Marina Doi

CA

13th

Cody Pfau

CO

5th

Marizza Birrueta

WA

8th

Becka Leathers

OK

Bronze

Kayla Miracle

IN

8th

Mallory Velte

CA

5th

Forrest Molinari

CA

7th

Rachel Waters

IA

5th

Team USA

 

6th


Links and Information via United World Wrestling

48kg: R1 - Cody Pfau dec. Dominika Szynkowski (POL), 3-2
48kg: QF - Cody Pfau dec. Otgonjakgal Ganbaatar (MON), 8-7
48kg: SF - Miho Igarashi (JPN) p. Cody Pfau, 3:29.
BRONZEMilena Dadasheva (RUS) p. Cody Pfau (USA), 0:23

55kg: R1 - Becka Leathers tf. Janika Vakkila (FIN), 10-0
55kg: QF - Becka Leathers dec. Dragunova Nade (BLR), 13-4
55kg: SF -  Nanami Irie (JPN) dec. Becka Leathers, 6-2
BRONZEBecka Leathers (USA) p.  Patrizia Liuzzi (ITA), 2:12

63kg: QF -  Lyubov Ovcharova (RUS) dec. Mallory Velte, 10-7
BRONZEBraxton Stone (CAN) dec. Mallory Velte (USA), 4-2

72kg: QF - Rachel Watters fall Pooja (IND), 2:14
72kg: SF - Rino Abe (JPN) tf. Rachel Watters, 13-1
BRONZEIselin Moen (NOR) p. Rachel Watters (USA), 0:31

Finals Match-Ups
48kg GOLD: Miho Igarashi (JPN) dec. Irina Borissova (KAZ), 16-12
48kg BRONZE: Oksana Livach (UKR) dec. Evin Demirhan (TUR), 6-4
48kg BRONZE: Milena Dadasheva (RUS) p. Cody Pfau (USA), :23

55kg GOLD:  Nanami Irie (JPN) p. Ramona Galambos (HUN), 1:14
55kg BRONZE: Becka Leathers (USA) p.  Patrizia Liuzzi (ITA), 2:12
55kg BRONZE: Marina Sedneva (KAZ) p. Yocleidy Ramirez (DOM), 2:03

63kg GOLD: Luybov Ovcharova (RUS) tf. Ragneta Gurbanzade (AZE), 10-0
63kg BRONZE: Therese Persson (SWE) dec. Eliana Szabo (HUN), 3-0
63kg BRONZE:  Braxton Stone (CAN) dec. Mallory Velte (USA), 4-2

72kg GOLD: Rino Abe (JPN) dec. Sabira Aliyeva (AZE), 12-4
72kg BRONZE:  Gulmaral Yerkebayeva (KAZ) tf. Anastasia Shutova (UKR), 10-0
72kg BRONZE: Iselin Moen (NOR) p. Rachel Watters (USA), 0:31


Semifinal Results
48kg: Irina Borissova (KAZ) p. Evin Demirhan (TUR)
48kg: Miho Igarashi (JPN) p. Cody Pfau (USA)

55kg: Nanami Irie (JPN) dec. Becka Leathers (USA), 6-2
55kg: Ramona Galambos (HUN) dec. Yocleidy Ramirez (DOM), 4-0

63kg: Liubov Ovcharova (RUS) p. Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos (CAN)
63kg: Ragneta Gurbanzade (AZE) dec. Therese Persson (SWE), 4-2

72kg: Sabira Aliyeva (AZE) dec. Gulmaral Yerkebayeva (KAZ), 8-5
72kg: Rino Abe (JPN) tf. Rachel Watters (USA), 13-1


Quarterfinal Results
48kg: Evin Demirhan (TUR) dec. Jade Dufour (CAN), 6-5
48kg: Irina Borissova (KAZ) dec. Oksana Livach (UKR), 8-4
48kg: Cody Pfau (USA) dec. Otgonjakgal Ganbaatar (MGL), 8-7
48kg: Miho Igarashi (JPN) dec. Milena Dadasheva (RUS), 8-6

55kg: Nanami Irie (JPN) tf. Elif Yanik (TUR), 10-0
55kg: Becka Leathers (USA) dec. Dragunova Nade (BLR), 13-4
55kg: Ramona Galambos (HUN) dec. Mima Menkenova (RUS), 6-2
55kg: Yocleidy Ramirez (DOM) dec. Habiba Tarek Fathi (EGY), 3-1

63kg: Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos (CAN) p. Buse Tosun (TUR)
63kg: Liubov Ovcharova (RUS) dec. Mallory Velte (USA), 10-7
63kg: Ragneta Gurbanzade (AZE) tf. Eliana Szabo (HUN)
63kg: Therese Persson (SWE) p. Manisha (IND)

72kg: Gulmaral Yerkebayeva (KAZ) dec. Gracelynn Doogan (CAN), 6-4
72kg: Sabira Aliyeva (AZE) p. Daria Shisterova (RUS), 10-6
72kg: Rino Abe (JPN) tf. Iselin Maria Moen (NOR), 10-0
72kg: Rachel Watters (USA) p. POOJA (IND), 4-2


Second Round
55kg: Elif Yanik (TUR) p. Brenda FERNANDEZ (MEX), 6-3
55kg: Ramona Galambos (HUN) p. Marina Sedneva (KAZ), 12-2
55kg: Yocleidy Ramirez (DOM) dec. Manju Kumari (IND), 7-6
55kg: Dragunova Nade (BLR) p. Sonia Baudin (FRA)
55kg: Nanami Irie (JPN) dec. Alyona Kolesnik (AZE), 10-4
55kg: Mima Menkenova (RUS) tf. Andria Pinantel (BRA), 10-0
55kg: Becka Leathers (USA) tf. Janika Vakkila (FIN), 10-0
55kg: Habiba Tarek Fathi (EGY) p. Anastassia Krasnova (EST), 4-0


First Round Results
48kg: Jade Dufour (CAN) dec. Felicia Gallo (FRA), 7-0
48kg: Oksana Livach (UKR) dec. Ayan Mammadova (AZE), 5-1
48kg: Milena Dadasheva (RUS) p. Annika Wendle (GER)
48kg: Evin Demirhan (TUR) p. Fatsima Sidakova (BLR)
48kg: Cody Pfau (USA) dec. Dominika Szynkowska (POL), 3-2
48kg: Miho Igarashi (JPN) p. Brenda Justino (BRA)
48kg: Irina Borissova (KAZ) dec. Neetu (IND), 9-4
48kg: Otgonjakgal Ganbaatar (MGL) p. Adrianny Castillo (VEN)

55kg: Nanami Irie (JPN) dec. Patrizia Liuzzi (ITA), 3-1
55kg: Alyona Kolesnik (AZE) dec. Julie Steffler (CAN), 4-0

63kg: Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos (CAN) tf. Brenda Palleta (BRA), 10-0
63kg: Buse Tosun (TUR) tf. Yoneda Nonoka (JPN), 10-0

72kg: Gracelynn Doogan (CAN) p. Vivien Szaraz (HUN), 11-9
72kg: Daria Shisterova (RUS) dec. Francy Radelt (GER), 10-2
72kg: Gulmaral Yerkebayeva (KAZ) p. Gabriel Goncales (BRA)
72kg: Iselin Maria Moen (NOR) p. Samar Amer Ibrahim (EGY)
72kg: Sabira Aliyeva (AZE) dec. Anastasia Shutova (UKR), 7-0
72kg: Rino Abe (JPN) p. Aysegul Ozbege (TUR)


Thursday, August 14th - Women's Day I

It was a disappointing day for the first group of Junior Women at the World Championships. Marina Doi was the first to be eliminated after dropping her first round bout 10-0. Marizza Biruetta, Kayla Miracle and Forrest Molinari each won their first round match ups, but fell in the quarterfinals and were eliminated from contention.

Here are the complete final results from the first day of Women's Freestyle.

U.S. Results
44kg R1: Kseniya Stankevich (BLR) tf. Marina Doi (USA), 10-0

51kg R1: Marizza Biruetta dec. S. Cisem (TUR), 11-7
51kg QFKsenia Nezgovorova (RUS) dec. Marizza Birrueta (USA), 4-2 

59kg R1: Kayla Miracle tf. G. Kabak (TUR), 12-2
59kg QF: Alejandro Bonilla (MEX) dec. Kayla Miracle, 8-5

67kg R1: Forrest Molinari dec A. Carrow (CAN), 4-2
67kg QF: Asli Tugcu (TUR) dec. Forrest Molinari (USA), 4-3

Finals Match-ups
44kg: Turkan Nasirova (AZE) dec. Rina Okuno (JPN), 5-2

51kg: Leyla Gurbanova (AZE) dec. Olena Kremzer (UKR), 10-7

59kg: Elin Nilsoon (SWE) dec. Yoshimi Kayama (JPN), 8-2

67kg: Masako Furuichi (JPN) tf. Moa Nygren (SWE), 10-0


Third place
44kg: Kseniya Stankevich (BLR) dec. Svetlana Anikecheva (KAZ), 9-2
44kg:  Nadezhda (RUS) p. Naiyeis Gutierrez (VEN)


51kg
: Arianna Carieri (ITA) dec. Marina Zuyeva (KAZ), 10-7
51kg: Ksenia Nezgovorova (RUS) dec. Momoka Kadoya (JPN), 4-1


59kg: Alejandra Bonilla (MEX) dec. Jessica Brouillette (CAN), 4-3
59kg: Maria Kuznetsova (RUS) vs. Kristina Inceze (ROU), 2-2


67kg: Alla Belinska (UKR) tf. Asli Tugcu (TUR), 10-0
67kg: Elis Manolova (AZE) over Signe Fidje Store (NOR)

Semifinal results
44kg: Turkan Nasirova (AZE) tf. Svetlana Anikcheva (KAZ), 10-0
44kg: Rina Okuno (JPN) dec. Nadezhda Sarazhkova (RUS), 3-0

51kg: Olena Kremzer (UKR) p. Arianna Carieri (ITA), 4-0
51kg: Leyla Gurbanova (AZE) over Ksenia Nezgovorova (RUS)

59kg: Elin Nilsoon (SWE) p. Kristina Inceze (ROU), 2-0
59kg: Yoshimi Kayama (JPN) dec. Alejandra Bonilla (MEX), 6-1 

67kg: Moa Nygren (SWE) dec. Asli Tugcu (TUR), 4-1
67kg: Masako Furuichi (JPN) dec. Elis Manolova (AZE), 10-0


Quarterfinal results
44kg: Nadezhda Sarazhkova (RUS) dec. Mariya Georgiyeva (UKR), 8-2
44kg: Rina Okuno (JPN) dec. Miglena Selishka (BUL), 6-4
44kg: Turkan Nasirova (AZE) des. Kseniya Stankevich (BLR), 11-6
44kg: Svetlana Anikecheva (KAZ) dec. Sonu (IND), 6-4


51kg: Ksenia Nezgovorova (RUS) dec. Marizza Birrueta (USA), 4-2
51kg: Leyla Gurbanova (AZE) dec. Momoka Kadoya (JPN), 9-4
51kg: Olena Kremzer (UKR) p. Marina Zuyeva (KAZ)
51kg: Arianna Carieri (ITA) dec. Jenna Sihtola (FIN), 3-1


59kg: Kristina Inceze (ROU) dec. Luisa Niemesch (GER), 3-3
59kg: Elin Nilson (SWE) tf. Mariia Ilchyshyn (UKR), 10-0
59kg: Alejandra Bonilla (MEX) dec. Kayla Miracle (USA), 8-5
59kg: Yoshimi Kayama (JPN) dec. Almay Ismayilova (AZE), 6-6


67kg: Masako Furuichi (JPN) tf. Signe Fidje Store (NOR), 12-2
67kg: Elis Manolova (AZE) p. Nicole Amann (GER)
67kg: Moa Nygren (SWE) dec. Sofia Georgieva (BUL), 4-3
67kg: Asli Tugcu (TUR) dec. Forrest Molinari (USA), 4-3








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