2020-21 Domestic Rankings - Greco-Roman

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With both the Last Chance Qualifier and US Olympic Trials right around the corner, Five Point Move’s United States Greco-Roman rankings have been updated following the three events that transpired this winter: Grand Prix Zagreb Open (CRO), Olympic Preparation Tournament (HUN), and the Matteo Pellicone “Ranking Series” event (ITA), which unfolded last week and aired live right here on FLO. 

Points are responsible for the majority of movement witnessed in our pre-Olympic Team Trials rankings, as several US athletes have recently come away with tournament placings necessitating increased totals. But -- a few wrestlers now appear in different weight categories from which they were listed prior. One weight class in particular receives an infusion of two wrestlers capable of altering the narrative al by themselves. 

For a full list of point values as well as a more in-depth explanation of how our ranking system works, please view this article

Note: athletes who are injured, suspended, or have been inactive are still rank-eligible, though ranking decisions are assessed on a case-by-case basis pertaining to both the individual and their respective weight category.

Zero updates for the big boys. ‘18 World silver Adam Coon (NYAC/Cliff Keen), Cadet World champ/two-time Junior medalist Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist), and ‘20 National runner-up West Cathcart (NYAC/IRTC) all saw mat time in Rome, though not a lot of it. Coon and Schultz duked it out through a hazy six-minute affair that saw the former Wolverine pull away towards the end. Cathcart was rolled up by Russias #2, Zurabi Gedekhauri, and later so was Coon.

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