Zain Retherford vs Yianni Diakomihals Arbitration Set For July 29

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An arbitration date of July 29 has been set for the dispute stemming from the controversial ending to the second match between Zain Retherford and Yianni Diakomihalis at Final X.

An arbitrator agreed upon by both parties will be used. That arbitrator will make a ruling and USA Wrestling will honor it. This information was provided to FloWrestling by sources close to the situation.

At issue is how the final scoring sequence was handled in the last minute of their second match at Final X: Rutgers. Cornell and the Finger Lakes/NYRTC camp indicated immediately after the match they would be protesting the match.

Below is USA Wrestling executive director Rich Bender on the night of Final X, after the event had concluded.

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Watch all of Match 2 in its entirety below.

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2020 Olympic Qualifier Update, Women's Freestyle Edition

The year before the Olympics means that the 2019 world championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, serve as the first qualifier for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.

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Day 8 Recap

Team USA got off to a strong start on the final day of the 2019 World Championships going 6-0n before their first loss. Tyler Graff and Pat Downey each picked up two wins in the preliminaries but ultimately fell. Graff remains alive for repechage. He'll wait to see if Beka Lomtadze (GEO) wins in tonights semifinals.

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2019 World Championships: Day 8 Live Updates

We have come to our final full day of competition here at the 2019 world championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

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Anthony Echemendia Commits To Iowa State

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Fargo double champ Anthony Echemendia announced on social media today his intentions to continue his academic and athletic career at Iowa State University.

Day 8 Bracket Analysis

All eyes will be on the paths of a potential Snyderlaev III which would close out the 2019 World Championships on Sunday. 

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Day 7 Recap

Two in, one alive, one out. 

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2019 World Championships: Day 7 Match Notes

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Day seven of the 2019 world championships have begun in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

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Spey's Stupid Podcast: Mike Mal The Beach Wrestling Expert

Mike Mal sits down with Spey for a fun conversation between pals. Beach wrestling, among other styles, is covered extensively. Spare 90 minutes and join in the fun!

FRL 408 - Daton/Zain Drama, Draws And Aliev/Rashidov Pandemonium

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FRL 408 discusses the Daton/Zain losses, draws mattering and the Aliev/Rashidov insanity.

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Day 7 Bracket Analysis

Team USA didn't get off to a great start on Thursday as Zain Retherford lost nailbiters to two reigning medalists. Zain Retherford fell 10-9 in the opening round to Tobier (CUB) and Daton got beat on a late, controversial call in the second round against Takahashi.

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