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Meet your 2022 U.S. Senior World Team, by the numbers (well, 96.7% of it)

by Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

The 2022 U.S. Senior World Teams were determined at Final X Stillwater on June 3 and Final X New York on June 8.


Well, 96.7% of it was determined. There will be a Special Wrestle-off at 62 kg in women’s freestyle at a date and location to be determined. Under the Team Selection Procedures, 2021 World silver medalist Kayla Miracle requested an extension of the series against World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion Jennifer Rogers due to injury.


Therefore, we have 29 of the 30 U.S. Senior World Team members established. These athletes will begin a series of training camps and competitions leading up to the 2022 Senior World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia, September 10-18.


The U.S. team is talented and experienced. There are five wrestlers who have won an Olympic gold medal and nine wrestlers who have won a total of 11 Olympic medals. There are nine wrestlers who have won 19 World titles. The 12 past Senior World medalists have won an amazing 37 Senior World medals.


USA Wrestling will produce extensive previews of the World Championships leading into Belgrade, but we did want to post our World Team at this date, and some amazing stats on these stars.


Note: These stats will be updated after the 62 kg women’s Special Wrestle-off.

2022 U.S. SENIOR WORLD TEAMS


MEN’S FREESTYLE

57 kg – Thomas Gilman (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC)

61 kg –Seth Gross (Sunkist Kids)

65 kg- Yianni Diakomihalis (Spartan Combat/TMWC)

70 kg - Zain Retherford (NLWC/TMWC)

74 kg - Kyle Dake (Spartan Combat RTC/TMWC)

79 kg – Jordan Burroughs (Pennsylvania RTC/Sunkist Kids)

86 kg – David Taylor (NLWC/TMWC)

92 kg – J’den Cox (Cliff Keen WC/TMWC)

97 kg – Kyle Snyder (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC)

125 kg -. Hayden Zillmer (Gopher WC - RTC)

GRECO-ROMAN

55 kg - Max Nowry (Army WCAP)

60 kg - Ildar Hafizov (Army WCAP)

63 kg - Jesse Thielke (Army WCAP)

67 kg - Alejandro Sancho (Army WCAP)

72 kg -. Benjamin Peak (Sunkist Kids)

77 kg - Kamal Bey (Army WCAP)

82 kg – Ben Provisor (NYAC)

87 kg - Alan Vera (NYAC)

97 kg– G’Angelo Hancock (Sunkist Kids)

130 kg - Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist Kids)

WOMEN’S FREESTYLE

50 kg – Sarah Hildebrandt (NYAC)

53 kg - Dominique Parrish (Sunkist Kids)

55 kg –. Jacarra Winchester (TMWC)

57 kg – Helen Maroulis (Sunkist Kids)

59 kg – Abigail Nette (Army WCAP)

62 kg – to be determined at later date

65 kg – Mallory Velte (Beaver Dam RTC/TMWC)

68 kg – Tamyra Mensah Stock (TMWC)

72 kg - Amit Elor (NYC RTC/TMWC)

76 kg - Dymond Guilford (TMWC)

Olympic gold medals (5 golds)

1 – Jordan Burroughs (2012)

1 – Helen Maroulis (2016)

1 – Kyle Snyder (2016)

1 – David Taylor (2020)

1 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2020)

Olympic medals (11 medals)

2 – Kyle Snyder (2016 gold, 2020 silver)

2 – Helen Maroulis (2016 gold, 2020 bronze)

1 – Jordan Burroughs (2012 gold)

1 – David Taylor (2020 gold)

1 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2020 gold)

1 – J’den Cox (2016 bronze)

1 – Thomas Gilman (2020 bronze)

1 – Kyle Dake (2020 bronze)

1 – Sarah Hildebrandt (2020 bronze)

World gold medals (19 golds)

5 – Jordan Burroughs (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2021)

3 – Helen Maroulis (2015, 2017, 2021)

3 – Kyle Dake (2018, 2019, 2021)

2 – Kyle Snyder (2015, 2017)

2 – J’den Cox (2018, 2019)

1 – Thomas Gilman (2021)

1 – David Taylor (2018)

1 – Jacarra Winchester (2019)

1 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2019)

World medals (37 medals)

8 – Jordan Burroughs (2011 gold, 2013 gold, 2014 bronze, 2015 gold, 2017 gold, 2018 bronze, 2019 bronze, 2021 gold)

5 – Helen Maroulis (2012 silver, 2014 bronze, 2015 gold, 2017 gold, 2021 gold)

5 – Kyle Snyder (2015 gold, 2017 gold, 2018 silver, 2019 bronze, 2021 silver)

4 – J’den Cox (2017 bronze, 2018 gold, 2019 gold, 2021 bronze)

3 – Kyle Dake (2018 gold, 2019 gold, 2021 gold)

3 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2018 bronze, 2019 gold, 2021 bronze)

2 – Thomas Gilman (2017 silver, 2021 gold)

2 – David Taylor (2018 gold, 2021 silver)

2 – Sarah Hildebrandt (2018 silver, 2021 silver)

1 – Jacarra Winchester (2019 gold)

1 – Mallory Velte (2018 bronze)

1 – G’Angelo Hancock (2021 bronze)

Olympic Teams (20 berths)

2 – Kyle Snyder (2016, 2020)

2 – Helen Maroulis (2016, 2020)

2 – Jordan Burroughs (2012, 2016)

2 – Ildar Hafizov (2008 UZB, 2020 USA)

2 – Ben Provisor (2012, 2016)

1 – David Taylor (2020)

1 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2020)

1 – J’den Cox (2016)

1 – Jesse Thielke (2016)

1 – Thomas Gilman (2020)

1 – Kyle Dake (2020)

1 – Sarah Hildebrandt (2020)

1 – Alejandro Sancho (2020)

1 – G’Angelo Hancock (2020)

1 – Jacarra Winchester (2020)

Past Senior World Teams (67 berths)

9 – Helen Maroulis (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2021)

8 – Jordan Burroughs (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

5 – Kyle Snyder (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

5 - Ildar Hafizov (2007 UZB, 2009 UZB, 2011 UZB, 2017 USA, 2019 USA)

4 – J’den Cox (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

4 – Sarah Hildebrandt (2016, 2018, 2019, 2021)

4 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

4 – G’Angelo Hancock (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

3 – Kyle Dake (2018, 2019, 2021)

3 – Thomas Gilman (2017, 2018, 2021)

2 – David Taylor (2018, 2021)

2 – Jacarra Winchester (2018, 2019)

2 – Mallory Velte (2017, 2018)

2 - Max Nowry (2019, 2021)

2 - Ben Provisor (2017, 2021)

2 - Jesse Thielke (2013, 2018)

2 - Zain Retherford (2017, 2019)

1 - Kamal Bey (2018)

1 - Alan Vera (2021)

1 – Cohlton Schultz (2021)

1 – Yianni Diakomihalis (2021)

NCAA Div. I titles (21 titles)

4 – Kyle Dake (Cornell 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

3 – Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell 2018, 2019, 2021)

3 – Zain Retherford (Penn State 2016, 2017, 2018)

3 – J’den Cox (Missouri 2014, 2016, 2017)

3 – Kyle Snyder (Ohio State 2016, 2017, 2018)

2 – Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska 2009, 2011)

2 – David Taylor (Penn State 2012, 2014)

1 – Seth Gross (South Dakota State 2018)

WCWA Women’s College national titles (17 titles)

4 – Helen Maroulis (Simon Fraser 2011, 2013, 2014, Missouri Baptist 2010)

3 – Mallory Velte (Simon Fraser 2016, 2017, 2018)

2 – Sarah Hildebrandt (King 2014, 2015)

2 – Dominique Parrish (Simon Fraser 2018, 2019)

2 – Tamyra Mensah Stock (Wayland Baptist 2014, 2017)

2 - Abigail Nette (Emmanuel 2019, Campbellsville 2020)

1 – Jacarra Winchester (Missouri Valley 2015)

1 – Dymond Guilford (Missouri Baptist 2019)


NAIA Women’s College national titles (2 titles)

2 – Dymond Guilford (Missouri Baptist 2019, Cumberlands 2022)
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