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Thread: Hargobind international(canada) - $35,000 prize money-----November,6-7/09

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    Default Re: Hargobind international(canada) - $35,000 prize money-----November,6-7/09

    The Kumar who Bronze'd in the Olympics was Sushil Kumar at 145.5. Not the same guy
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    Default Re: Hargobind international(canada) - $35,000 prize money-----November,6-7/09

    Quote Originally Posted by Gripsnhips View Post
    The Kumar who Bronze'd in the Olympics was Sushil Kumar at 145.5. Not the same guy
    I know about Sushil Kumar. If you read what I wrote I said Ramesh Kumar, a 74kg wrestler who did in fact win Bronze at the 2009 Worlds. But apparently it wasn't him, that's too bad. India definitely seems to be getting stronger though in the last few years. Or perhaps I'm just ignorant of their successful past.

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    Default Re: Hargobind international(canada) - $35,000 prize money-----November,6-7/09

    http://wrestling.ca/news/article.php?id=1524

    Full results. Big upset at womens' 48 kg, where Ashley McKilligan beat Olympic champ Carol Huynh. The United States dominated the tournament on the men's side, while Canada dominated the women's.

    http://wrestling.ca/news/article.php?id=1523
    Carding tournament results (Canadian athletes only.)
    Last edited by arm-spin; 11-10-2009 at 07:09 PM.

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    Default Re: Hargobind international(canada) - $35,000 prize money-----November,6-7/09

    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    http://wrestling.ca/news/article.php?id=1524

    Full results. Big upset at womens' 48 kg, where Ashley McKilligan beat Olympic champ Carol Huynh. The United States dominated the tournament on the men's side, while Canada dominated the women's.

    http://wrestling.ca/news/article.php?id=1523
    Carding tournament results (Canadian athletes only.)
    Canadian women: Beating up on their husbands since 1765.

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