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Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:43 pm

Taking place on Jan 26-28 this year. I understand Sadulaev is registered at 92kg. USA's Snyder will be at 97kg.
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:03 pm

Quite a few USA wrestlers with strong EIWA ties are scheduled to compete in this tough Freestyle tournament in Russia next week.

Russia and USA Release Preliminary Yarygin Rosters

The Russian Wrestling Federation and USA Wreslting have released their preliminary Freestyle line-ups for the 2018 Ivan Yargin, which begins on January 26 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

Russia's star-studded line-up features a trio of Olympic medalists in Abdulrashid SADULAEV (gold), Aniuar GEDUEV (silver) and Bilyal MAKHOV (bronze). World medalists competing for the Russian Federation include world champion Magomed KURBANALIEV (70kg), world silver medalists Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV (61kg) and Khetag TSABOLOV (74kg), and world bronze medalists Akhmed CHAKAEV (65kg), Alan GOGAEV (65kg) and Vladislav VALIEV (86kg).

USA's squad will feature Olympic gold medalist and two-time world champion, Kyle Snyder. Other notable wrestles that will compete for the red,white and blue will be 2016 world champion, Logan STIEBER (65kg), 2016 Olympian Frank MOLINARO (70kg) and world bronze medalist Nick GWIAZDOWSKI (125kg).

Russia's Ivan Yarygin Line-up
57kg: Zaur UGUEV and Azamat TUSKAEV
61kg: Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV, Aleksander BOGOMOEV and Ismail MUSUKAEV
65kg: Alan GOGAEV, Ilias BEKBULATOV and Akhmed CHAKAEV
70kg: Israil KASUMOV and Magomed KURBANALIEV
74kg: Khetag TSABOLOV and Magomedkhabib KADIMAGOMEDOV
79kg: Aniuar GEDUEV, Akhmed GADZHIMAGOMEDOV and Alan ZASEEV
86kg: Vladislav VALIEV, Daueren KURUGLIEV and Artur NAIFONOV
92kg: Abdulrashid SADULAEV, Anzor URISHEV and Yuri BELONOVSKY
97kg: Vladislav BAITSAEV, Shamil MUSAEV and Rasul MAGOMEDOV
125kg: Bilyal MAKHOV, Anzor KHIZRIEV and Alan KHUGAEV

USA's Ivan Yarygin Line-up
57kg: Frank PERRELLI
61kg: Tony RAMOS and Cory CLARK
65kg: Logan STIEBER, Jayson NESS and Josh KINDIG
70kg: Frank MOLINARO
74kg: Joe TAVOSO
79kg: Kyle DAKE and Alex DIERINGER
86kg: David TAYLOR and Travis STEFANIK
92kg: Jacob WARNER and Nick HEFLIN
97kg: Kyle SNYDER and Nathan BURAK
125kg: Nick GWIAZDOWSKI, Zach REY and Bobby TELFORD
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby Red Blades » Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:31 am

Interesting lineup. Dake/ Dieringer at 79, Taylor at 84 - no Borroughs?
And how about Perrelli at 57? He keeps going, and going...
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Thu Jan 25, 2018 6:13 pm

Molinaro, Ramos, Clark, Perrelli get draws at Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix in Russia

By Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling | Jan. 25, 2018, 11:09 a.m. (ET)

KRASNOYARSK, Russia - National Freestyle Coach Bill Zadick has forwarded the draw for the men’s divisions on the first day of the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix, which begins on Friday morning. The men’s freestyle division is one of the new UWW Ranking Tournaments, which will help determine seeded athletes for the 2018 World Championships in Hungary.

Four U.S. wrestlers will compete in men’s freestyle on Friday. 2016 Olympian Frank Molinaro, Blacksburg, Va. (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC) received a bye in his opening match at 70 kg/154 lbs. He will draw the winner between Batyr Nebeyev of Turkmenistan and 2014 Military World champion Lkhangarmaa Narmandakh of Mongolia.

The USA has two entries at 61 kg. Two-time World Team member Tony Ramos (Chapel Hill, N.C./Sunkist Kids/Tar Heel WC) opens with Munkh-Erdene Altansuyd of Mongolia, who was third in the 2017 Mongolia Open. 2017 NCAA champion Cory Clark (Iowa City, Iowa/Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC) draws 2014 University World champion Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg of Mongolia.

At 57 kg/125.5 lbs., Frank Perrelli, Charlottesville, Va. (Titan Mercury WC) opens with Islam Keneshov of Kazakhstan, who was 10th in 2017 U23 Worlds.

Two U.S. women wrestlers weighed in to compete on Friday, two-time World silver medalist Alli Ragan (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids) at 59 kg/130 lbs. and two-time World Team member Victoria Anthony (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids) at 50 kg/110 lbs.

U.S. fans will be able to watch the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix live for free on Trackwrestling. Krasnoyarsk is 12 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern time.

IVAN YARYGIN GRAND PRIX
At Krasnoyarsk, Russia

U.S. first round draws for Friday

57 kg/125.5 lbs. – Frank Perrelli, Charlottesville, Va. (Titan Mercury WC)
Vs. Islam Keneshov (Kazakhstan), 10th in 2017 U23 Worlds

61 kg/134 lbs. – Tony Ramos, Chapel Hill, N.C. (Sunkist Kids/Tar Heel WC)
Vs. Munkh-Erdene Altansuyd (Mongolia), 3rd in 2017 Mongolia Open, 8th in 2016 Asian Juniors

61 kg/134 lbs. – Cory Clark, Iowa City, Iowa (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
Vs. Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg (Mongolia), 2014 University World champion, 2x World Team member

70 kg/154 lbs. – Frank Molinaro, Blacksburg, Va. (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
Vs. winner of Batyr Nebeyev (Turkmenistan) and Lkhangarmaa Narmandakh (Mongolia)
Nebeyev – 8th in 2016 Asian Championships
Narmandakh – 5th in 2017 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix, 2014 World Military champion

Men’s Freestyle Complete draws (with draw number for each athlete)

57 kg/125.5 lbs.

Top bracket
1. Frank Perrelli (USA)
2. Islam Keneshov (Kyrgyzstan)
3. Liu Minghu (China)
4. Ahmet Peker (Turkey)
5. Tumentsogt Bold (Mongolia)
6. Zaur Ugaev (Russia)
7. Khuresh Donduk Ool (Russia)
8. Yermur Kabatayev (Kazakhstan)

Bottom bracket
9. Tsogbadrakh Tseveensuren (Mongolia)
10. Kurshid Papiev (Kyrgyzstan)
11. Kuralbek Omarbekov (Kazakhstan)
12. Meretmuhammet Atayev (Turkmenistan)
13. Jahonglamirza Turobov (Uzbekistan)
14. Alexei Alvarez Blanco (Cuba)
15. Tugs Batjargal (Mongolia)
16. Azamat Tuskaev (Russia)
17. Baris Kaya (Turkey)
18. Seggin Pismisoglu (Turkey)

61 kg/134 lbs.

Top bracket
1. Dabian Quintana Jaime (Cuba)
2. Mekhan Orazov (Turkmenistan)
3. Abbos Rakhmonov (Uzbekistan)
4. Ismail Muskaev (Russia)
5. Teimuraz Vanishvili (Georgia)
6. Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg (Mongolia)
7. Cory Clark (USA)

Bottom bracket
8. Shaofen Liang (China)
9. Nasanbayar Narmankakh (Mongolia)
10. Recep Topal (Turkey)
11. Aleksandr Bogomoev (Russia)
12. Goadzhimurad Rashidov (Russia)
13. Abil Ussin (Kazakhstan)
14. Anthony Ramos (USA)
15. Munkh-Erdene Altansuyd (Mongolia)

70 kg/154 lbs.

Top bracket
1. Frank Molinaro (United States)
2. Batyr Nebeyev (Turkmenistan)
3. Lkhangarmaa Narmandakh (Mongolia)
4. Mirzo Khayitov(Uzbekistan)
5. Magomed Kurbanaliev (Russia)
6. Tsogtgerel Buyantsogt (Mongolia)
7. Levan Kelekhsashvili (Georgia)

Bottom bracket
8. Temaulem Enkhtuya (Mongolia)
9. Juan Maren Castillo (Cuba)
10. Haydar Yavuz (Turkey)
11. Israil Kasumov (Russia)
12. Abdullagadzhi Magomedov (Russia)
13. Ramazan Malakoev (Georgia)
14. Andriyy Kvyatkovskyy (Ukraine)
15. Batyr Orazgylyzov (Turkmenistan)
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Thu Jan 25, 2018 6:18 pm

Ragan, Anthony get first day women’s draws at Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix in Russia

By Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling | Jan. 25, 2018, 11:51 a.m. (ET)

KRASNOYARSK, Russia – The brackets have now been posted for the women’s division at the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix, which starts on Friday.

There are four weight classes contested for women on Friday. Two U.S. women wrestlers weighed in to compete on Friday, two-time World silver medalist Alli Ragan (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids) at 59 kg/130 lbs. and two-time World Team member Victoria Anthony (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids) at 50 kg/110 lbs.

Ragan drew into the top bracket of a 12-athlete weight class, and advances directly into the quarterfinals, where she will face Uliana Tukurenova of Russia. Tukurenova was ninth in the 2017 U23 Worlds and third in the 2017 Russian Nationals.

Should Ragan win, she gets the winner of the Alena Sangadieva (Russia) vs. Bilyan Dudova (Bulgaria) quarterfinal.

Anthony drew into the bottom half of a 24-athlete weight class. She opens Hyangmi Hong of North Korea in her opener. Anthony has five Russian athletes in her half-bracket, as well as two-time defending Yarygin Grand Prix champion Yuki Irie of Japan, who also boasts Junior and University World titles.

Anthony won two Junior World titles earlier in her career.
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:55 am

Ragan runs to Ivan Yarygin finals, three Americans seek bronze on men's freestyle side

By Richard Immel, USA Wrestling | Jan. 26, 2018, 5:04 a.m. (ET)

KRASNOYARSK, Russia - Leading the American charge on day one of the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix was two-time World medalist Alli Ragan, who qualified for the 59 kg/130 lbs. gold-medal match with wins in two close contests.

A first-period single leg conversion was all Ragan needed in her 2-2 criteria win over talented Russian Uliana Tukurenova. She proceeded to win a back-and-forth, 9-6 bout over European champion Bilyana Dudova of Bulgaria. Two four-point headlocks, one at the onset of each period, bolstered Ragan over her Bulgarian foe. Standing opposite Ragan in the 59 kg finals is Ningning Rong of China. Rong finished in fifth place at last year's World Championships at 58 kg/128 lbs. She was a Poland Open bronze medalist in 2017 and earned bronze at the 2015 Asian Junior Championships. With a win in the finals, Ragan would become just the seventh U.S. woman, and 18th individual American, to win this prestigious event.

Joining Ragan in the medal round are men's freestyle competitors Frank Molinaro, Tony Ramos and Frank Perrelli, all of whom will compete for bronze medals.

Molinaro posted a 1-1 record to begin his tournament at 70 kg/154 lbs. The 2016 Olympian looked sharp in his opener, an 11-0 finish over Mongolia's World Military champion Lkhangarmaa Narmandakh. Molinaro came up short to 2016 World champion Magomed Kurbanaliev of Russia in an 8-5 semifinal bout. To claim bronze, Molinaro will need to defeat Georgia's Levan Kelekhsashvili.

Ramos, a two-time U.S. World Team member at 57 kg/125 lbs., qualified for a 61 kg/134 lbs. bronze-medal match following a 2-1 effort. He cradled Munkh-Erdene Altansuyd of Mongolia to win by pin with four seconds left in his first bout. World silver medalist Gadzhimurad Rashidov of Russia delivered Ramos his only loss, by 11-0 tally. Ramos received a forfeit in the repechage to set up a bronze match against 2016 Ivan Yarygin champion Aleksander Bogomoev of Russia.

A forfeit from Islam Keneshov of Kyrgyzstan sent Perrelli to the quarterfinals where he edged Minghu Liu of China on criteria, 3-3. Perrelli converted on a step out with short time remaining to get the win. In the 57 kg semifinals, Perrelli was ousted by defending champion Zaur Uguev of Russia, 8-3. He is matched against Khuresh Ool Donduk Ool of Russia this evening.

Two-time U.S. World Team member Victoria Anthony finished with a 1-1 record for the tournament at 50 kg/110 lbs. Anthony impressed early with a fall in 3:30 over Hyangmi Hong of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. In the quarterfinals, she took a 3-0 lead over Russia's Anzhelika Vetoshkina to the break, but was stymied in the second frame, falling 10-3.

NCAA champion Cory Clark dropped an 8-6 contest to 2014 University World champion Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg of Mongolia in his only match at 61 kg. Clark surrendered the deciding takedown in the waning moments of the bout after leading on criteria, 6-6.

The next session of wrestling is set to begin at 6 a.m. (ET) with the opening ceremonies, followed by the first batch of medal matches at approximately 6:45 a.m. (ET). A live stream of the event is being provided to U.S. residents at Trackwrestling.com.

2017 IVAN YARYGIN GRAND PRIX
At Krasnoyarsk, Russia, Jan. 25

U.S. men's freestyle results
57 kg/125.5 lbs. - Frank Perrelli, Charlottesville, Va. (Titan Mercury WC)
WIN Islam Keneshov (Kyrgyzstan), Forfeit
WIN Minghu Liu (China), 3-3
LOSS Zaur Uguev (Russia), 8-3
BRONZE Khuresh Ool Donduk Ool (Russia)

61 kg/134 lbs. - Tony Ramos, Chapel Hill, N.C. (Sunkist Kids/Tar Heel WC)
WIN Munkh-Erdene Altansuyd (Mongolia), Fall 5:56
LOSS Gadzhimurad Rashidov (Russia), 11-0
WIN Abil Ussun (Kazakhstan), Forfeit
BRONZE Aleksander Bogomoev (Russia)

61 kg/134 lbs. - Cory Clark, Iowa City, Iowa (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC), dnp
LOSS Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg (Mongolia), 8-6

70 kg/154 lbs. - Frank Molinaro, Blacksburg, Va. (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
WIN Lkhangarmaa Narmandakh (Mongolia), 11-0
LOSS Magomed Kurbanaliev (Russia), 8-5
BRONZE Levan Kelekhsashvili (Georgia)

U.S. women's freestyle results
50 kg/110 lbs. - Victoria Anthony, Tempe, Ariz. (Sunkist Kids), dnp
WIN Hyangmi Hong (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), Fall 3:30
LOSS Anzhelika Vetoshkina (Russia), 10-3

59 kg/130 lbs. - Alli Ragan, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids)
WIN Uliana Tukurenova (Russia), 2-2
WIN Bilyana Dudova (Bulgaria), 9-6
GOLD Ningning Rong (China)
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:30 pm

End of Day 1 - Russia wins all Freestyle wr classes.
UGUEV, RASHIDOV and KURBANALIEV are the winners for aRussia at 57, 61 and 70kg. MOLINARO wins 5-3 to take the bronze at 70. PERRELLI loses 5-3 as does RAMOS in their bronze medal bouts.

Ali REGAN loses 10-0 in 59kg wonen’s Final to Rong of China.
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:22 pm

Brackets are set for Day 2 of wrestling on Saturday. Seven USA men will compete in Freestyle, including two EIWA alumni. Kyle Dake is the lone USA entry at 79kg and will immediately face Alan Zaseev of Russia, the 2013 Junior World Champion. At 125kg Zach Rey will wrestle Anakulove of Tajikistan in round 1. Other USA wrestlers competing in Freestyle on Saturday are Josh Kindig, Jayson Ness and Logan Stieber all at 65kg; and Bobby Telford and Gwiz at 125kg.
In the women’s tournament, USA wrestlers on Saturday will be Haley Augello at 53kg and Tamyra Stock at 68kg.
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:53 am

Kyle Dake wins his first two matches but loses 8-2 in the finals to Gadzhimagomedov of Russia who has twice previously won the Yariguin and medaled four times. Dake fell behind 6-0 giving up three first-period takedowns. He brings home the first USA silver medal in men’s Freestyle.
Zach Rey finished in 5th place and Gwiz earned a bronze medal at 125kg. Rey won his first two bouts to get into the semis but lost to a Russian opponent in the semis and to Mongolia in the bronze medal bout.
In the women’s tournament USA’s Tamyra Stock won the gold medal at 68kg for the second straight year. She is the first American woman to accomplish this feat and only one of six women to ever win the Yariguin (Sally Roberts won it twice but not in consecutive years). Stock won on criteria 3-3 scoring a point in the closing seconds of the match.
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Re: Ivan Yariguin 2018 Tournament

Postby JM » Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:24 pm

David Taylor and Kyle Snyder earn decision to capture the Gold medals. It is the second year in a row for Snyder.
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