Every Final X Result Of 2019

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Our 2019 senior world team was chosen over the course of four different Final X events this summer. Below are the results from all 30 wrestle-offs, compiled in one place. 

Men's Freestyle

57 Kilograms - Daton Fix

Daton Fix (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury), 9-1

Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Daton Fix (Titan Mercury), 3-2

Daton Fix (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury), 6-3


61 Kilograms - Tyler Graff

Joe Colon (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury), 6-4

Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Joe Colon (Titan Mercury), 9-2

Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury) VSU1 Joe Colon (Titan Mercury), 12-2 1:34


65 Kilograms - Zain Retherford

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Titan Mercury), 10-4

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis  (Titan Mercury), 6-6 (VACATED)

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis  (Titan Mercury), 2-1


70 Kilograms - James Green

James Green (Sunkist Kids) VSU Ryan Deakin (Titan Mercury), 11-0 0:18

James Green (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Ryan Deakin (Titan Mercury), 4-3


74 Kilograms - Jordan Burroughs

Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury), 5-4

Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids), 6-5

Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury), 7-1


79 Kilograms - Kyle Dake

Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury), 3-2

Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury), 4-2


86 Kilograms - Pat Downey 

No contest


92 Kilograms - J'den Cox


97 Kilograms - Kyle Snyder

Kyle Snyder (Titan Mercury) VPO Kyven Gadson (Sunkist Kids), 4-0

Kyle Snyder (Titan Mercury) VSU1 Kyven Gadson  (Sunkist Kids), 12-1 1:10


125 Kilograms - Nick Gwiazdowski


Women's Freestyle

50 Kilograms - Whitney Conder


53 Kilograms - Sarah Hildebrandt

Sarah Hildebrandt (New York AC) VPO Katherine Shai  (Titan Mercury), 8-0


55 Kilograms - Jacarra Winchester

Jacarra Winchester (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Dominique Parrish (Sunkist Kids), 8-3


57 Kilograms - Jenna Burkert


59 Kilograms - Alli Ragan

Alli Ragan (Sunkist Kids) VSU Lauren Louive (New York AC), 10-0 1:22


62 Kilograms - Kayla Miracle

Kayla Miracle (Sunkist Kids) VPO Mallory Velte (Titan Mercury), 4-0


65 Kilograms - Forrest Molinari


68 Kilograms - Tamyra Mensah-Stock

Tamyra Mensah-Stock (Titan Mercury) VFA Alex Glaude (Titan Mercury), 4:50


72 Kilograms - Victoria Francis


76 Kilograms - Adeline Gray

Adeline Gray (New York AC) VSU Precious Bell (Titan Mercury), 10-0 1:36


Greco-Roman

55 Kilograms - Max Nowry

Max Nowry  (U.S. Army WCAP) VPO Brady Koontz (Ohio RTC), 3-0


63 Kilograms - Ryan Mango

Ryan Mango (U.S. Army WCAP) VPO1 Xavier Johnson  (U.S. Marine Corps), 6-5


60 Kilograms - Ildar Hafizov

Ildar Hafizov (U.S. Army WCAP) VFA Leslie Fuenffinger (U.S. Army WCAP), 9-0 1:51




72 Kilograms - Raymond Bunker

Raymond Bunker (U.S. Marine Corps) VPO Alex Mossing (Air Force RTC), 7-0


77 Kilograms - Pat Smith


82 Kilograms - John Stefanowicz


87 Kilograms - Joe Rau


130 Kilograms - Adam Coon

Adam Coon (New York AC) VPO1 Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist Kids), 5-1

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

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Two in, one alive, one out. 

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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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