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Elor Wins Gold, Bruntil Is Fifth, USA Women Finish Second

Amit Elor won her second Senior World gold medal and the United States women's freestyle team finished second in the team standings at the 2023 World Championships.

The 19-year-old Elor has now won eight World medals, including seven gold medals.

Kilty Wins Silver; Maroulis, Gray, Hildebrandt Get Bronze; Elor Will Go for Gold, Bruntil for Bronze

Macey Kilty captured a silver medal and Adeline Gray, Helen Maroulis and Sarah Hildebrandt won bronze medals at the 2023 World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia.

USA Men Win Freestyle World Championship; Winchester Claims Silver, Page Gets Bronze; Kilty to Go for Gold, Maroulis and Hildebrandt for Bronze

The U.S. Men’s Freestyle World Team was crowned World Team Champions, the fifth-time ever and the first time that the team has won back-to-back World Team Titles. USA finished with seven medals (three gold, one silver and three bronze).

Dake Wins Silver, Valencia Gets Bronze, Winchester To Go For Gold, Page For Bronze

Kyle Dake wins silver medal and Zahid Valencia earns bronze to help United States remain in the men's freestyle team race at the World Wrestling Championships at Stark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.

United States Women's Freestyle Team Receives World Championships Draws

The draws were done for all 10 weight classes in women’s freestyle for the 2023 Senior World Championships. The women’s competition begins on Monday, and the U.S. women’s freestyle team is ready to compete.

Taylor, Arujau, Retherford Win gold, Parris Gets Bronze

Individual gold medalists were David Taylor, Vitali Arujau and Zain Retherford. It was a third career World title for Taylor, while Arujau and Retherford claimed their first. Mason Parris claimed a bronze medal in his first Worlds appearance.

Taylor, Retherford, Arujau Reach World Finals, Parris to Go for Bronze

Earning a earning a spot in the gold-medal finals were 2000 Olympic champion and two-time World champion David Taylor (86 kg), 2022 World silver medalist Zain Retherford (70 kg) and first-time World Team member Vito Arujau (61 kg).

Double Gold for Bommarito, Who Wins Women’s U20 Beach World title, U.S. Women Place 3rd

Eliana Bommarito becomes the first United States wrestler to win a U20 Beach World Championship gold medal in Constanta, Romania, and the first Senior-level U.S. athlete to to own two UWW Beach gold medals.

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