1. 20 Facts And Figures From The World Championships

    20 Facts And Figures From The World Championships

    Sep 22, 2022

    Collectively, the United States has never had a better performance at the World Championships than the Americans turned in last week in Belgrade.
  2. Parrish, Mensah Stock, Elor Strike Gold, U.S. Women Take Second

    Parrish, Mensah Stock, Elor Strike Gold, U.S. Women Take Second

    Sep 18, 2022

    The American women’s freestyle team keeps outdoing itself. After last year’s seven-medal, two-gold performance, this year’s team put together a seven-medal, three-gold performance as Dominique Parrish (53 kg), Tamyra Mensah Stock (68 kg), and Amit Elor (72 kg) won titles at the World Championships in Belgrade.
  3. Seven Incredible Facts And Figures From Jordan Burroughs' Run To 7 Golds

    Seven Incredible Facts And Figures From Jordan Burroughs' Run To 7 Golds

    Sep 17, 2022

    Jordan Burroughs now stands alone atop the American wrestling mountain after capturing his record-setting seventh World and Olympic title on Friday. His remarkable journey has been lined with extraordinary facts and figures.
  4. Belgrade Bracket Breakdowns: Women's Freestyle 62, 65, 68, 72, 76 KG

    Belgrade Bracket Breakdowns: Women's Freestyle 62, 65, 68, 72, 76 KG

    Sep 9, 2022

    With the chaos of COVID-19 and the Olympic Games’ postponement, it’s been three long years since wrestling had a typical World Championships. Thankfully, this year’s tournament promises plenty of intriguing storylines and ample opportunity for the American women to further prove themselves on the world stage. Don’t miss the women’s freestyle competition, which will take place from September 12-15.
  5. Belgrade Bracket Breakdowns: Women's Freestyle 50, 53, 55, 57, 59 KG

    Belgrade Bracket Breakdowns: Women's Freestyle 50, 53, 55, 57, 59 KG

    Sep 9, 2022

    Note: This story and medal predictions at 50 and 53 kilograms has been updated after Azerbaijan's Mariya Stadnik and Japan's Akari Fujinami withdrew from the World Championships with injuries.
  6. Decorated USA Women's Squad Headed To Belgrade On Medal Mission

    Decorated USA Women's Squad Headed To Belgrade On Medal Mission

    Sep 8, 2022

    USA Wrestling is sending a powerful women’s lineup to Belgrade, Serbia, a team that includes six returning medalists, four of whom reached the podium last year in Oslo. U.S. women will try to improve on their silver medal finish as a team last year, but will have to overtake a Japanese program that seems to run away with the team race every year. The drama will play out beginning Monday and wrapping up Thursday.
  7. USA Greco Squad Locked In For Belgrade After Roster Turnover

    USA Greco Squad Locked In For Belgrade After Roster Turnover

    Sep 7, 2022

    The 2022 United States Senior World Team is different from how it was originally composed in the aftermath of the Final X Series. Three athletes – all of whom having been recent Olympians – will no longer be suiting up in Belgrade. In addition, the acting head coach is not the same guy who was seen taking pictures alongside the Final X victors back in June, nor was he around when the majority of this year’s World Teamers first began wrestling on the Senior level altogether.
  8. Takeaways From The Final Women's Ranking Series Event Of The Season

    Takeaways From The Final Women's Ranking Series Event Of The Season

    Jul 24, 2022

    United World Wrestling’s 2022 Ranking Series tournaments concluded last weekend with their final destination: the Zouhaier Sghaier in Tunis, Tunisia. Though the brackets were small, talented wrestlers traveled from five different continents to compete for prestigious Ranking Series points. Germany, Tunisia, India, and the United States sent particularly solid squads, though India’s pair of champions and seven total medals was enough to secure them the team title.
  9. Golden State Golden Again: California Takes Women's Junior Duals Title

    Golden State Golden Again: California Takes Women's Junior Duals Title

    Jun 17, 2022

    While many states across the country are in the building phase with women’s wrestling, California considers itself in a rebuilding stage.
  10. The Complete Final X New York Greco Preview

    The Complete Final X New York Greco Preview

    Jun 7, 2022

    All five series on the docket for Final X New York presented by Tezos involve the elite of the elite in American Greco-Roman wrestling. Who the headliners are is subjective fodder, but many are looking forward to the only Olympic Trials final rematch from last year pitting ‘21 World bronze G’Angelo Hancock against Braxton Amos, who captured a World bronze last year on the Junior level.
  11. The Complete Final X New York Women's Freestyle Preview

    The Complete Final X New York Women's Freestyle Preview

    Jun 7, 2022

    After an exciting weekend in Stillwater, where five women punched their tickets to Belgrade, get ready for Final X New York presented by Tezos, where five more best-of-three series will determine the rest of the U.S. women’s freestyle World Team. The weights competing this weekend are 50 kilograms, 53 kg, 57 kg, 62 kg, and 72 kg and will kick off with “True Third” matches at 12:30 pm in the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.
  12. The Full Final X Stillwater Greco Preview

    The Full Final X Stillwater Greco Preview

    Jun 1, 2022

    For the first Final X card of 2022, Greco-Roman is giving the people a generous gift in the form of five returning World Team members as well as three rematches from last year’s Trials.
  13. The Full Final X Stillwater Women's Freestyle Preview

    The Full Final X Stillwater Women's Freestyle Preview

    Jun 1, 2022

    With the World Team Trials Challenge Tournament in our rearview mirror, next stop is Final X presented by Tezos. The first edition will be Friday in Stillwater, followed by the second edition next Wednesday in New York.
  14. How Jordan Burroughs Racked Up Six World And Olympic Titles

    How Jordan Burroughs Racked Up Six World And Olympic Titles

    May 28, 2022

    Jordan Burroughs was a seventh-grader when his mother bought him his first premium wrestling shoes — a pair of Adidas with John Smith’s name of the sides. That was his first connection to the six-time World and Olympic champion.
  15. Final X Matchups Set & Full Sunday Trials Recap

    Final X Matchups Set & Full Sunday Trials Recap

    May 22, 2022

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