Men's Junior Worlds Results

Men's Junior Worlds Results

Sunday, August 16th

The 6th and final day of Junior Worlds goes down today!  Micic, Pico, Valencia and Butler will take the mat for Team USA. Links and Information via United World Wrestling

55kg R1: Ravi Kumar, IND dec Stevan Micic, 12-8
55kg CS: Stevan Micic tf. Samuel Jagas (CAN), 10-0
BRONZE: Stevan Micic dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL), 6-0

66kg R2: *Aaron Pico tf Balasz Kiss, HUN, 11-0
*Returning JR World Silver Medalist
66kg QF: Aaron Pico tf. Ilyas Zhumay, KAZ, 10-0
66kg SF: Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Aaron Pico, 7-7
BRONZE: Aaron Pico dec. Enes Uslu (TUR), 13-4

84kg R2: Zahid Valencia tf Ben. Opitz (GER), 10-0
84kg QF: Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Zahid Valencia, 7-4

120kg QF: Nathan Butler dec *Beka Kandelaki (GEO), 6-2
*Kandelaki was 5th at JR Worlds last year and a Silver Medalist at Cadet Worlds in 2012
120kg SF: Said Gamidov (AZE) dec. Nathan Butler, 5-1
BRONZE: 
Nathan Butler dec. Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 2-1

Final U.S. Placings

50KG

Spencer Lee

PA

Gold

55KG

Stevan Micic

IN

Bronze

60KG

Joey McKenna

NJ

DNC

66KG

Aaron Pico

CA

Bronze

74KG

Mark Hall

MI

9th

84KG

Zahid Valencia

CA

9th

96KG

Anthony Cassar

NJ

8th

120KG

Nathan Butler

KS

Bronze

 

Team USA

 

4th


Finals Matchups
55kg GOLD:
 Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) tf. Ravi Kumar (IND), 10-0
55kg BRONZE: 
Stevan Micic (USA) dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL), 6-0
55kg BRONZE:
Badrudinov Khasankhusein (RUS) dec.  Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI), 6-4

66kg: GOLD: 
Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Yuhi Fujinami (JPN), 6-6
66kg BRONZE: 
Aaron Pico (USA) dec. Enes Uslu (TUR), 13-4
66kg BRONZE: 
Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS) dec. Avtabdil Kentchadze (GEO), 9-4

84kg GOLD: 
Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR), 12-2
84kg BRONZE: 
Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Shota Shirai (JPN), 5-1
84kg BRONZE:
 Iliskhan Chilayev (KAZ) dec. Krysztof Sadowick (POL), 5-2

120kg GOLD: 
Said Gamidov (AZE) tf. Amin Taheri (IRI), 14-3
120kg BRONZE: 
Nathan Butler (USA) dec. Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 2-1
120kg BRONZE: 
Yunus Dede (TUR) dec. Krivtsov Ravel (RUS), 8-5

Semifinal Results
55kg: 
Ravi Kumar (IND) dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL) 9-9
55kg: 
Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) dec. Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI), 4-2

66kg: 
Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Aaron Pico (USA), 7-7
66kg 
Yuhi Fujinami (JPN) dec. Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS), 5-4

84kg: 
Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR) dec. Krysztof Sadowick (POL), 8-4
84kg: 
Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS), 13-3

120kg: 
Said Gamidov (AZE) dec. Nathan Butler (USA), 5-1
120kg: 
Amin Taheri (IRI) dec. Yunus Dede (TUR), 7-2

Quarterfinal Results
55kg:
Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL) tf. Edemi Bolkvadze (GEO), 12-1
55kg:
Ravi Kumar (IND) dec. Samuel Jagas (CAN), 9-5
55kg:
Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) dec. Badrudinov Khasankhusein (RUS), 11-2
55kg:
Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI) dec. Sezgin Pismisoglu (TUR), 6-3

66kg:
Aaron Pico (USA) tf. Ilyas Zhumay (KAZ), 10-0
66kg: Teymur Mammadov (AZE) tf. Enes Uslu (TUR), 10-0
66kg: Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS) dec. Antony Montero (VEN), 9-2
66kg: Yuhi Fujinami (JPN) FALL Avtabdil Kentchadze (GEO), 3:34

84kg: Krysztof Sadowick (POL) tf. Michael Eugene Gaitskill (RSA), 10-0
84kg: Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR) tf. Praveen Kumar (IND), 11-1
84kg: Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Zahid Valencia (USA), 7-4
84kg: Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Shota Shirai (JPN), 11-0 

120kg: Nathan Butler (USA) dec. Beka Kandelaki (GEO), 6-2
120kg: Said Gamidov (AZE) FALL Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 5:04
120kg: Yunus Dede (TUR) tf. Khaled Omr Zaki (EGY), 10-0
120kg: Amin Taheri (IRI) dec. Krivtsov Ravel (RUS), 5-2

Saturday, August 15th

Day one of men's freestyle is in the books.  Team USA had a mixed bag of results with the bright spot coming with Spencer Lee's dominance en route to a Junior World title.


Joey McKenna missed weight at 60kg


Links and Information via United World Wrestling

50kg: R1 - *Spencer Lee tf. Roman Gutsulyak (UKR), 10-0
*2014 Cadet World Champion. 
50kg: R2 - Spencer Lee tf. *Drahan Kalkanov (KAZ), 12-2
*Kalkanov won the 46kg Cadet World title in 2013.
50kg: QF-  Spencer Lee tf. Roberti Dingashvili (GEO), 10-0
50kg SF -  Spencer Lee tf. Bhart Datil (IND), 12-2
50kg F - Spencer Lee tf. Alireza Goodarzi (IRI), 10-0

74kg: R1 - *
Mark Hall dec. Yayuro Yamasaki, JPN, 6-2
*2014 Cadet World Champion
- Yamasaki was Bronze in Hall's Cadet World bracket last year.
74kg: R2 - Mark Hall p. Murad Suleymanov (AZE), 5:34
74kg: QF - Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Mark Hall, 4-2

96kg: R1 - Anthony Cassar tf. Kristof Wittmann (HUN), 12-0
96kg: QF - Roubel Singh (IND) FALL Anthony Cassar, 1:55

Finals Matchups
50kg GOLD: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Alireza Goodarzi (IRI), 10-0
50kg BRONZE: Arif Huseynov (AZE) dec. Razmik Misakyan (ARM), 4-2
50kg BRONZE: Roman Gutsulyak (UKR) dec. Bhart Datil (IND), 6-2

60kg GOLD: Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) tf. Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY), 12-2
60kg BRONZE: Dimitar Ivanov (BUL) dec. Amit Amit (IND), 12-10
60kg BRONZE:  Rashidov Gadzhimurad (RUS) tf. Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE), 11-0

74kg GOLD: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI),  7-5
74kg BRONZE: Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO) dec. Alberto Yurchenko (LAT), 5-2
74kg BRONZE: Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Saiakbai Usupov (KGZ), 7-6 

96kg GOLD: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Seyed Hossini (IRI), 7-2
96kg BRONZE: Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ) dec. Taponi Heino Jere (FIN), 7-4
96kg BRONZE: Nishanpreet Randhawa (CAN) dec. Rouble Singh (IND), 6-6

Semifinal Results

50kg: Alireza Goodarzi (IRI) dec. Arif Huseynov (AZE), 6-5 
50kg: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Bhart Datil (IND), 12-2

60kg: Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY) dec. Dimitar Ivanov (BUL), 8-5
60kg: Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) dec. Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE), 10-6

74kg: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO), 3-1
74kg: Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI) tf. Peter Nagy (HUN), 10-0

96kg: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ), 7-0
96kg: Seyed Hossini (IRI) dec. Rouble Singh (IND), 9-6

Quarterfinal Results
50kg: Arif Huseynov (AZE) dec. Kubanychbek Tahstanbekov (KGZ), 7-0
50kg:
 Alireza Goodarzi (IRI) tf. Marco Azzarello (ITA), 10-0
50kg: Bhart Datil (IND) dec. Hakhbanov Abdulagav (RUS), 8-7
50kg: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Roberti Dingashvili (GEO), 10-0

60kg: Dimitar Ivanov (BUL) dec. Shamil Surpayev (TKM), 10-4
60kg: Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY) dec. Amit Amit (IND), 4-4
60kg:  Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) tf. Albaro Ru Desindo (DOM), 11-0
60kg: Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE) FALL Dzianis Maksimau (BLR), 5:37

74kg: Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO) dec. Omarou Abdoulla (BEL), 5-0
74kg: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Carlos Izquierdo (COL), 5-1 
74kg: Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Mark Hall (USA), 4-2
74kg: Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI) tf. Raman Chytadze (BLR), 11-0

96kg: Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ) dec. Erik Thiele (GER), 6-3
96kg: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Taponi Heino Jere (FIN), 7-0
96kg: Seyed Hossini (IRI) tf. Nishanpreet Randhawa (CAN), 11-0
96kg: Rouble Singh (IND) FALL Anthony Cassar (USA), 1:55


Sunday, August 16th

55kg: Stevan Micic vs. Ravi Kumar, IND

66kg: *Aaron Pico vs. Balasz Kiss, HUN
*Returning JR World Silver Medalist

84kg: Zahid Valencia vs. B. Opitz (GER) or A. Barbarosh (UKR)

120kg: Nathan Butler vs. *Beka Kandelaki (GEO)
*Kandelaki was 5th at JR Worlds last year and a Silver Medalist at Cadet Worlds in 2012





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