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Three U.S. Women Freestyle Wrestlers Win Gold Medals at the 2001 Klippan Lady Open, March 11



Three U.S. Women freestyle wrestlers win gold medals at the 2001 Klippan Lady Open in Klippan, Sweden, March 11 Three members of the U.S. women's freestyle team won gold medals at the 2001 Klippan Lady Open in Klippan, Sweden, March 11. Three others won silver and bronze medals. The U.S. team won the team title with 22 points. Sweden was a distant second with 10 points. Clarissa Chun (Kapolei, Hawaii/Missouri Valley) won the gold medal at 101.25 pounds. Chun was second in the 2000 U.S. Nationals and second in the 2000 World Team Trials. Jessie Shirley (Cleveland, Ohio/Monster Squad) won the gold medal at 112.25 pounds. Erin Tomeo (Grove City, Pa./TAPS) won the gold medal at 123.25 pounds. Tomeo was third in the 2000 World Team Trials. Julie Gonzales (Vallejo, Calif./Peninsula Grapplers) won the bronze medal at 101.25 pounds. Gonzales was third in the 2000 U.S. Nationals. Brandy Rosenbrock (Macomb county WC) won the silver medal at 123.25 pounds. Dominique Smalley (Iowa City, Iowa/Missouri Valley) won the silver medal at 165.25 pounds. Smalley was second in the 2000 U.S. Nationals. Others placing in the top four for the U.S. include: Sara Fulp-Allen (Peninsula Grapplers) at 101.25 pounds and Cathilee Albert (Boulder, Colo./Colorado WC) at 123.25 pounds. Both finished in fourth place. Complete match results will be posted when available.
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