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    its true, we have 3 as of today, hopefully (but doubtfully) this will give our government a swift kick in the ass to fund the athletes

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    Agreed... I've seen Carol wrestle several times and she was just relentless this match, she was wrestling at her best at exactly the right time.

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    jacqueline is a great wrestler. she beat out junior world champion, sandra roa, for the spot. she is extremely strong and moved to bogota to train in altitude with the men's freestyle team.

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    Randi off to a good start with a pin. She has a tough bracket, I hope she pulls off some crazy upsets.

    Did anyone else notice Mike Duroe coaching the Guam girl?


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    DH I just saw Duroe as well.. what is that connection?
    Champions are made while no one is watching.

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    Dunn wrestled at Missouri Valley, but not sure the connection with Duroe. Mike used to be the US women's national team coach back when I started but that was 10 years ago. Maybe she is orginally from iowa?


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    Here's an article about Duroe being Guam's head coach

    http://www.gazetteonline.com/apps/pb...&rssfeed=rss02
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    Interesting. Good for him.
    Champions are made while no one is watching.

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    Ali Bernard with the early pin. Woo hoo. Smack em up ladies.

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