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    I drafted basically all on how they did at worlds last year. Most of my team had a really good year last year at Worlds, but beyond that I'm not terribly sure how their season has gone aside from the fact that they made the world team.

    I would be satisfied and am expecting to finish in the top half and we'll see from there.
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  2. #191

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    Wish I couldve been around. I was gone from Friday afternoon til now. The list I sent to Jensen was made from the prediction threads. I've never heard of anyone on my team that arent Americans. Thanks for making my picks for me Shane. I'll have to do some research to figure out who in the hell these guys are now.
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  3. #192

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    I think you'll actually find that just based off compiling those lists that you've got yourself a pretty solid team.

    Your bottom four weights especially are super solid.
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  4. #193

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    I just picked training partners and friends minus Cael and Baroev. That being said, I would guess for me to win there would have to be a ton of guys placing who have never placed, as my team has like 5 medalists total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyholt View Post
    I just picked training partners and friends minus Cael and Baroev. That being said, I would guess for me to win there would have to be a ton of guys placing who have never placed, as my team has like 5 medalists total.
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  6. #195

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    Baroev, Sourian, and Fisher have all been taken off the roster. Looks like people will be in fact using a few #2's in their lineups.

  7. #196

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyholt View Post
    Baroev, Sourian, and Fisher have all been taken off the roster. Looks like people will be in fact using a few #2's in their lineups.
    Why would the do that? Does that somehow affect how countries qualify weights?
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  8. #197

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    Doesnt effect it. They will just be having their #2 guy wrestle in their place at the tournament.

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    Senior Greco-Roman Results
    Event Results
    55 kg/121 lbs.
    1 Rovshan Bayramov (Azerbaijan)
    2 Elbek Tazhyiev (Belarus)
    3 Shujin Li (China)
    3 Bekkhan Mankiev (Russia)
    5 P?ter Modos (Hungary)
    5 Won Chol Yun (North Korea) [COREE RDP]
    7 Gyu-Jin Choi (Korea)
    8 Kohei Hasegawa (Japan
    9 Roman Amoyan (Armenia)
    10 Vyugar Ragymov (Ukraine)

    66 kg/145.5 lbs.
    1 Saeid Morad Abdvali (Iran)
    2 Manuchar Tskhadaia (Georgia)
    3 Hyeon-Woo Kim (Korea)
    3 Pedro Isaac Mulens (Cuba)
    5 Frank Stabler (Germany)
    5 Justin Lester (USA)
    7 Tam?s Lorincz (Hungary)
    8 Kanatbek Begaliev (Kyrgyzstan)
    9 Yuji Okamoto (Japan)
    10 Pan Zheng (China)

    96 kg/211.5 lbs.
    1 Elis Guri (Bulgaria)
    2 Jimmy Lidberg (Sweden)
    3 Rustam Totrov (Russia)
    3 Cenk Idem (Turkey)
    5 Mohammed Abdelfatah (Egypt)
    5 Tsimafei Dzeinicheka (Belarus)
    7 Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia)
    8 Mirko Englich (Germany)
    9 Alin Alexuc-Ciurariu (Romania)
    10 Shalva Gadabadze (Azerbaijan)

    U.S. Greco-Roman performances

    55 kg/121 lbs. ? Spenser Mango, Colorado Springs, Colo. (U.S. Army), dnp/27th
    LOSS Arsen Eraliev (Kyrgyzstan), 0-1, 0-1

    66 kg/145.5 lbs. ? Justin Lester, Colorado Springs, Colo. (U.S. Army) ? 5th
    WIN Aleksandar Maksimovic (Serbia), 1-0, 2-1
    WIN Alberto Mota Brea (Dominican Republic), 4-0, 4-0
    WIN Pan Zheng (China), 1-0, 6-2
    WIN Kanatbek Begaliev (Kyrgyzstan), 0-4, 2-0, 4-3
    LOSS Manuchar Tskhadaia (Georgia), 0-4, 0-4
    LOSS Pedro Herrera (Cuba), 0-1, 0-1

    96 kg/211.5 lbs. ? Justin Ruiz, Orem, Utah (New York AC), dnp/20th
    LOSS Jimmy Lidberg (Sweden), 0-2, 0-1
    WIN Hassine Ayari (Tunisia), 2-0, 1-0
    LOSS Timofej Dzeynichenko (Belarus), 0-2, 0-1

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