Beat The Streets: By The Numbers

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Not only is Beat The Streets an unbelievable cause, but year in and year out it has become of the best wrestling events in the country. This year is no different. The 12 athletes competing have combined to win two Olympic medals, 16 medals at World Championships ranging from Cadet to the Senior level, and three NCAA Championships. 

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Vladimer Khinchegashvili, Georgia

  • 2019 European Games silver medalist
  • 2017 World bronze medalist
  • 2016 Olympic champion
  • 2015 World champion
  • 2014 World silver medalist
  • 2012 Olympic silver medalist
  • 2010 & 2011 Junior World champion

Yianni Diakomihalis, United States

  • 2019 Final X runner-up to Zain Retherford 
  • 2019 U.S. Open champion
  • 2019 NCAA champion, finished the season with a 29-0 record
  • 2018 NCAA champion, finished the season with a 37-1 record
  • 2015 & 2016 Cadet World champion
  • Closed high school career on 210 match win streak, 243-3 overall record
  • Four-time New York state champion at Hilton High School

When Yianni won his second straight Cadet World Championship in Tbilisi, Georgia, Vladimer Khinchegashvili had just won an Olympic gold medal and was tasked with handing out awards in his home country. That day Khinchegashvili hung a gold medal on Yianni's neck. Thursday night they'll do battle as peers looking to pick up a big win as they both prepare for the now 2021 Olympics.


Gable Steveson, United States 

  • #1 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships
  • 2020 Big Ten champion
  • 2019 Final X runner-up to Nick Gwiazdowski
  • 2019 NCAA third-place finisher
  • 2019 Bill Farrell Memorial International champion
  • 2018 Junior World Team member, eighth at World Championships
  • 2017 Junior World champion
  • 2015 & 2016 Cadet World champion
  • 2015 Fargo Cadet freestyle champion
  • Closed high school career on 173 match win streak, 212-3 overall record
  • Four-time Minnesota high school state champion

Trent Hillger, United States

  • #6 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships
  • 2019 & 2020 Big Ten Championships fourth-place finisher
  • 2019 NCAA Championships eighth-place finisher
  • Three-time Michigan state champion, finished with a 182-8 overall record

Steveson and Hillger have met three times over the past two NCAA seasons and it has been all Steveson. Can Hillger flip the script in freestyle?

Watch the last time Steveson and Hillger met.


Victoria Francis, United States

  • 2019 Senior World Team member, fifth at World Championships
  • 2017 Senior World Team member, 13th at World Championships
  • 2016 Olympic Trials runner-up to Adeline Gray
  • 2015 & 2016 WCWA national champion
  • 2014 Junior World bronze medalist

Alexandria Glaude, United States

  • 2020 NCWWC national champion
  • 2019 Final X runner-up to Tamyra Mensah-Stock
  • 2019 WCWA national champion
  • 2018 U23 World bronze medalist
  • 2018 Dave Schultz Memorial International runner-up
  • 2017 Junior World Team member, ninth at World Championships

Two world medalists, the third- and fourth-ranked wrestlers at 68kg in the United States, and a rematch of a match that came down to the final second back in December. This one should live up to the hype

Watch Francis and Glaude's bout from Senior Nationals. 

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Rustam Ampar, Russia 

  • 2016 Ivan Yarygin runner-up
  • 2015 Yasar Dogu bronze medalist
  • 2014 Ivan Yarygin champion
  • 2009 Junior World silver medalist

Jack Mueller, United States

  • #4 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships
  • 2019 NCAA Championships runner-up, finished career as three-time All-American 
  • 2018 U23 World Team member, fifth at World Championships
  • 2014 Junior freestyle Fargo champion
  • 2013 Cadet freestyle Fargo champion
  • Four-time National Prep champion

Ampar is a late replacement for Vito Arujau who had to withdraw due to injury last weekend, but is more than worthy to be wrestling on this stage. The Russian hammer has been wrestling and beating the best in the world over the past decade. Mueller will be looking to rebound from his tough loss to Roman Bravo-Young back in July on the Dake-Chamizo card. 


Joe Colon, United States

  • 2018 World bronze medalist (replaced an injured Nahshon Garrett)
  • 2018 Final X runner-up to Nahshon Garrett
  • 2018 U.S. Open champion
  • 2017 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion
  • 2015 U.S World Team Trials runner-up
  • 2014 Bill Farrell Memorial International champion
  • 2014 NCAA Championships third-place finisher
  • 2010 NJCAA national champion and most outstanding wrestler
  • Two-time Iowa state champion

Seth Gross, United States 

  • #2 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships
  • 2019 Bill Farrell Memorial International champion
  • 2018 NCAA champion, finished the season with a 29-1 record
  • 2017 NCAA Championships runner-up
  • 2016 Junior freestyle World team member, eighth at World Championship
  • 2013 Junior freestyle Fargo champion
  • 2012 Cadet freestyle World team member, 13th at World Championships
  • 2011 & 2012 Cadet freestyle Fargo champion
  • Three-time Minnesota state champion, finished career with a 153-13 record

Points, points, and some more points. That's what you can expect when these two get together. In their two previous matchups, both won by Colon, the duo combined to score 28 and 16 points, respectively. I would expect nothing less this time around.

Watch Gross and Colon put up 28 points.

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Emily Shilson, United States

  • 2020 WCWA national champion
  • 2020 NCWWC national champion
  • 2019 U23 World Team member, 11th at World Championships
  • 2019 Fargo junior freestyle champion
  • 2018 Cadet World champion
  • 2018 Youth Olympic Games champion
  • 2018 Fargo junior freestyle champion
  • 2017 Cadet World silver medalist
  • 2016 & 2017 Fargo Cadet & Junior freestyle champion

Charlotte Fowler, United States

  • 2018 & 2020 WCWA third-place finisher
  • 2018 U23 World Team member, 16th at World Championships

Two of the brightest young women's wrestling starts doing battle. 


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