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Narazie styl wolny, USA typowana przez wielu specow jako kandydaci do zdobycia najwiekszej ilosci medali oto w przyblizeniu sylwetki ich zawodnikow:

Stephen Abas

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 55 kg/121 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 4 (2001-05)
Residence: Fresno, Calif.
Club: Sunkist Kids
Coach: Dennis DeLiddo
College: Fresno State Univ.
High School: Union City, Calif. (James Logan) & Moreno Valley, Calif. (Canyon Springs)
Born: January 12, 1978 in Santa Ana, Calif.
Height: 5-5

International Competition: Sixth in 2004 Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)... Fifth in 2003 World Championships... 2003 Pan American Games champion... 2002-03 World Cup champion... Second in 2003 Cup of Independence (Uzbekistan)... Participated in 2003-04 Titan Games... Competed in 2002 Kurt Angle Classic... 1999, 2001 and 2002 Sunkist Kids International Open champion... DNP in 2001 World Championships... Fourth in 2001 World Cup... Fourth in 2000 World University Championships... 2000 and 2004 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion... 1999 Clansmen International champion (Canada)... 1999 Winter Classic champion... Second in 1997-98 Sunkist Kids International Open... 1998 Junior World Champion... Fifth in 1997 Junior World Championships... Sixth in 1996 Junior World Championships.... Third in 1994 Cadet World Championships...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... 2003-04 U.S. Nationals champion... 2001-03 World Team Trials champion... Fourth in 2000 U.S. Olympic Team Trials... Third in 2000 U.S. Nationals... 2000 NYAC Christmas Open champion... Second in 1997 and 2000 University Nationals... Fifth in 1998 World Team Trials... Fourth in 1998 U.S. Nationals... 1998 University Nationals champion... 1997 Espoir Nationals champion... Fifth in 1997 U.S. Nationals... 1996 Junior Nationals champion... Fourth in 1995 Junior Nationals... 1994 Cadet Nationals champion... Third in 1993 Cadet Nationals...

College: Attended Fresno State Univ., where he was coached by Dennis Deliddo... Three-time NCAA Champion (1999, 2001-02) ... Fourth in 1998 NCAA Championships... Only second four-time All-American in school history, joining his brother Gerry... Majoring in Liberal Studies...

High School: Attended James Logan High School, where he was coached by Tom Rosenthal, and Canyon Springs High School, where he was coached by Ray Rodi... Three-time California state champion (1994-96)... Also placed fourth in the state tournament as a freshman...

Personal: Son of Mary Alice Bennett... Has four brothers, Van, Greg, Gerry and Norman, and two sisters, Monica and Erica... Gerry was a three-time NCAA runner-up for Fresno State Univ... Greg and Norman also wrestled... Currently works as an assistant coach at Fresno State Univ... Trains in Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art which combines dance and fighting tactics...

Strasznie duzo wszyscy z nich maja tych osiagniec, a ten jeszcze tanczy Capo , strach sie bac. Zaraz beda nastepni.

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Jamill Kelly

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 66 kg/145.5 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 4 (2001-05)
Residence: Stillwater, Okla.
Club: Gator WC
Coach: John Smith
College: Oklahoma State Univ., Lassen College
High School: Atwater, Calif. (Atwater)
Born: October 25, 1977 in Atwater, Calif.
Height: 5-7

International Competition: Participated in 2004 Titan Games... DNP in 2003 World Championships... Second in 2003 Pan American Games... Second in 2002 Medved International Championships (Belarus)... 10th in 2002 Dave Schultz Memorial International... Second in 2001 Sunkist Kids International Open... Second in 2001 Pan American Championships...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... 2004 U.S. Nationals champion... 2003 World Team Trials champion... Fifth in 2003 U.S. Nationals... Third in 2002 World Team Trials... Second in 2002 U.S. Nationals... Third in 2001 World Team Trials... Third in 2001 U.S. Nationals... 2001 University Nationals champion...

College: Attended Oklahoma State Univ., where he was coached by John Smith... Earned a degree in History... Also attended Lassen College, where he was coached by Rex Branum... Second in 1996 NJCAA Junior College Nationals...

High School: Attended Atwater High School, where he was coached by Paul Bristow... Fourth in the 1995 state championships... Also lettered in football...

Personal: Son of Ruby and Robert Fagan... Has one brother, Cory Fagan... Hobbies include playing video games and reading...

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Cael Sanderson

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 84 kg/185 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 4 (2001-05)
Residence: Ames, Iowa
Club: Sunkist Kids
Coach: Bobby Douglas
College: Iowa State Univ.
High School: Heber City, Utah (Wasatch)
Born: June 20, 1979 in Salt Lake City, Utah
Height: 6-0

International Competition: Second in 2004 Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)... Second in 2003 World Championships... Third in 2003 Pan American Games... Second in 2003 World Cup... Participated in 2003-04 Titan Games... 2003-04 Manitoba Open champion (Canada)... Competed in 2002 Kurt Angle Classic... 2000 University World champion... Second in 1999 Sunkist Kids International Open... 1999 South Korea National Invitation Tournament champion... Fourth in 1995 Cadet World Championships... Third in 1994 Cadet World Championships...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... Second in 2004 U.S. Nationals... 2001-03 World Team Trials champion... 2001-03 U.S. Nationals champion... Sixth in 2000 U.S. Nationals... 2000 South Olympic Regional Trials champion... 1999 University Nationals champion...

College: Attended Iowa State Univ., where he was coached by Bobby Douglas... Four-time NCAA champion (1999-2002), only the second ever... Completed his entire college career undefeated, with a 159-0 record... Four-time NWCA All-Star champion... Four-time Big 12 champion... Holds national collegiate record for most consecutive wins (159)... Earned a degree in Art & Design...

High School: Attended Wasatch High School, where he was coached by his father, Steve Sanderson... Four-time Utah state champion (1994-97)... Compiled a career record of 127-3... Also an All-Region perfromer in football...

Personal: Son of Steve and Debbie Sanderson... Has three brothers, Cody, Cole and Cyler... Cody and Cole also wrestled at Iowa State... Cyler is a talented high school wrestler... His wife’s name is Kelly... He is an outstanding artist...

Awards: Sports Illustrated named his undefeated college career as the No. 2 most outstanding achievement in the history of college sports... Featured on cover of Wheaties box... 2002 James E. Sullivan Award finalist... ESPY award winner for Best Male College Athlete”... Three-time Dan Hodge Award winner given to the top collegiate wrestler in the nation, becoming the first multiple winner of the award (2000-02)... Four-time NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Wrestler (1999-2002)... First freshman to be named NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Wrestler... 2001 U.S. Freestyle Nationals Outstanding Wrestler... 2000 Big 12 Medal of Honor winner... 1999 Iowa State Male Athlete of the Year... Named the nation’s top prep wrestler at 171 pounds by Amateur Wrestling News in 1997... 1997 ASICS Tiger High School First-Team All-American...

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a moze by tak przyblizyc sylwetki polskich zawodnikow, bo moze nie wszyscy ich znaja.

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http://www.sfd.pl/temat157459/ - jutro tez wezme sie za ruskich

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no i co z tymi Ruskami? wrzucasz?

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Zaraz najpierw skoncze USA pozniej Ruscy.

Eric Guerrero.

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 60 kg/132 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 7 (1998-2005)
Residence: Stillwater, Okla.
Club: Gator WC
Coach: John Smith
College: Oklahoma State Univ.
High School: San Jose, Calif. (Independence)
Born: May 15, 1977 in Santa Clara, Calif.
Height: 5-7

International Competition: Second in 2004 Boutiatyr Grand Prix (Russia)... 10th in 2003 World Championships... Third in 2003 Pan American Games... 2003 World Cup champion... Eighth in 2003 Cup of Independence (Uzbekistan)... Participated in 2003-04 Titan Games... Competed in 2002 Kurt Angle Classic... Seventh in 2002 Kiev Grand Prix (Ukraine)... DNP in 2001 World Championships... Second in 2001 Poland Open... Sixth in 2000 Kiev Grand Prix... Second in 2000 and 2002 World Cup... Fifth in 2000 Takhti Cup (Iran)... Seventh in 1999 World Championships... Second in 1999 Pan American Games... Sixth in 1997 Junior World Championships... 1993 Cadet World champion...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... 2001-04 U.S. Nationals champion...2001-03 World Team Trials champion... Third in 2000 U.S. Olympic Team Trials... 2000 Central Olympic Regional Trials Champion... Fifth in 2000 U.S. Nationals... Second in 1999 World Team Trials... Third in 1998-99 U.S. Nationals... Third in 1998 World Team Trials... 1996-97 Espoir Nationals champion... 1995 Junior Nationals champion... Third in 1993-94 Junior Nationals... Second in 1993 Espoir Nationals... Second in 1992 Cadet Nationals...

College: Attended Oklahoma State Univ., where he was coached by John Smith... 1997-99 NCAA champion... Fifth in 1996 NCAA Championships... Earned a degree in Secondary Education...

High School: Attended Independence High School, where he was coached by Anthony Palomino... Three-time state champion (1993-95)... Second in the state tournament as a freshman...

Personal: Son of Sebastian and Virginia Guerrero... He and his wife Milia, have one daughter, Kaitlyn... Hobbies include fishing, hunting, reading, spending time with his family and water sports...

Awards: 1994-95 ASICS Tiger High School First-Team All-American...

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Joe Williams

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 74 kg/163 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 6 (1999-2005)
Residence: Iowa City, Iowa
Club: Sunkist Kids
Coach: Dan Gable, Tom Brands
College: Univ. of Iowa
High School: Chicago, Ill. (Mt. Carmel)
Born: November 26, 1974 in Blue Island, Ill.
Height: 5-8

International Competition: Participated in 2004 Titan Games... 2004 Olympic Qualifier champion (Slovakia)... 2003 NYAC Christmas International Open champion... DNP in 2003 World Championships... 1999 and 2003 Pan American Games champion... 2000-03 World Cup champion... Third in 2003 Cup of Independence (Uzbekistan)... Participated in 2002 Kurt Angle Classic... 2002 Kiev Grand Prix champion (Ukraine)... Third in 2002 Yasar Dogu International (Turkey)... Third in 2001 World Championships.... 2001 Takhti Cup champion (Iran)... 1999 and 2001 Manitoba Open champion (Canada)... Second in 1999 and 2000 Kiev Grand Prix... Fourth in 1999 World Championships... 1998 Sunkist Kids International Open champion...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials champion... 1999, 2001-04 U.S. Nationals champion...1999 and 2001-03 World Team Trials champion... Third in 2000 U.S. Olympic Team Trials... Second in 2000 U.S. Nationals... 1995 University Nationals champion... 1993 Junior Nationals champion (freestyle and Greco-Roman)... Third in 1991 Junior Nationals (Greco-Roman)...

College: Attended the Univ. of Iowa, where he was coached by Dan Gable and Jim Zalesky... Three-time NCAA champion (1996-98)... Seventh in 1994 NCAA Championships... Earned a degree in Sociology and Communication Studies...

High School: Attended Mt. Carmel High School, where he was coached by Bill Weick... Four-time state champion (1990-93)... Attended high school with professional sports stars Donovan McNabb and Simeon Rice...

Personal: Son of Evelyn Williams and Rossevelt Parham... Has three brothers, Reuben Ingram, T.J. Williams and Steve Williams (deceased), and one sister, Patrice Williams... T.J. competed for the Univ. of Iowa, where he was a 1999 and 2001 NCAA champion... Steve was also a college wrestler, winning two junior college national titles... He and his wife Kim have one son, Kaleb Joseph... Hobbies include electronic gadgets, pool, chess and watching movies...

Awards: 1998 NCAA Championships Outstanding Wrestler... 1993 Asics Tiger High School Wrestler of the Year... 1993 ASICS Tiger High School First-Team All-American... Member of the Illinois Wrestling Hall of Fame...

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Kerry McCoy

2004-05 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 120 kg/264.5 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 9 (1994-95, 1996-97, 1998-2005)
Residence: Bethlehem, Pa.
Club: New York AC
College: Penn State Univ.
High School: Middle Island, N.Y. (Longwood)
Born: August 2, 1974 in Riverhead, N.Y.
Height: 6-2

International Competition: Sixth in 2004 Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)... Second in 2003 World Championships... 2003 Pan American Games champion... Third in 2003 World Cup... Second in 2003 Cup of Independence (Uzbekistan)... Participated in 2003-04 Titan Games... Competed in 2002 Kurt Angle Classic... Fourth in 2001 World Championships... 2001 and 2004 Manitoba Open champion (Canada)... Fifth in the 2000 Olympics... 1993 and 2000 Pan American Championships champion... 1999-2002 World Cup champion... 1997-98 and 2000 NYAC Christmas International champion... Third in 1999 Yasar Dogu International (Turkey)... Fourth in 1998 World Championships... Second in 1998 Goodwill Games... 1998 Cerro Pelado International champion (Cuba)... 1997 Uzbekistan Cup champion... 1997 Sunkist Kids International Open champion... Third in 1996 Cerro Pelado International... Second in 1996 Michigan International Open... Third in 1993-95 Sunkist Kids International Open... Third in 1995 NYAC Christmas International... Second in 1994 U.S. Open International... Seventh in 1993 Espoir World Championships (Greco-Roman)... 1992 Junior World champion... Second in 1990 Cadet World Championships...

U.S. Competition: 2000-04 U.S. Nationals champion... 1998, 2001-03 World Team Trials Champion... 2000 and 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... Second in 1999 World Team Trials... Fifth in 1998 U.S. Nationals... Fourth in 1995 and 1997 World Team Trials... Second in 1996-97 U.S. Nationals... Third in 1996 U.S. Olympic Team Trials... Third in 1995 U.S. Nationals... Third in 1994 World Team Trials... Fourth in 1994 U.S. Nationals... Second in 1993 Espoir Nationals... 1993 Greco-Roman Espoir Nationals champion... 1993 University Nationals champion... Fourth in 1992 Espoir Nationals... Third in 1992 Junior Nationals... Second in 1990 Cadet Nationals...

College: Attended Penn State Univ., where he was coached by John Fritz and Hachiro Oishi... 1994 and 1997 NCAA champion... Third in the 1995 NCAA Championships as a junior... Took a redshirt year in 1995-96 to pursue Olympics... Earned a degree in Marketing...

High School: Attended Longwood High School, where he was coached by Mike Piccozzi... 1992 state champion as a senior... Second in 1991 state tournament as a junior... served as senior class president and played cello in the orchestra...

Personal: Son of Gretchen Cisco... Works as an assistant wrestling coach at Lehigh... Previously served as an assistant coach for Penn State... Served as Chairperson for the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee... Served as President, Student Athlete Advisory Board (Penn State Univ.)... Hobbies include golf, music, computers and television...

Awards: 2003 Pan American Games Outstanding Wrestler... 1992 ASICS Tiger High School First-Team All-American...

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Daniel Cormier


International Competition: Participated in 2004 Titan Games... 2004 Boutiatyr Grand Prix champion (Russia)... Fourth in 2004 Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)... Third in 2003 Ivan Yarygin Cup (Russia)... Fifth in 2003 World Championships... 2003 Pan American Games champion... 2001-03 Sunkist Kids International Open champion... 2002 Pan American Championships champion... Third in 2002 Dave Schultz Memorial International... 2001 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion... Third in 1995 Cadet World Championships (Greco-Roman)...

U.S. Competition: 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion... 2003-04 U.S. Nationals champion... Third in 2001 and 2002 World Team Trials... Seventh in 2001 U.S. National Championships... Second in 1997 Greco-Roman Junior Nationals... Fourth in 1997 Junior Nationals... Fourth in 1995 Cadet Nationals (freestyle and Greco-Roman)...

College: Attended Oklahoma State Univ. (1999-2001), where he was coached by John Smith... Second in 2001 NCAA championships... Earned a degree in Sociology... Also attended Colby Community College (1997-99), where he was coached by Steve Lampe... 1998 and 1999 Junior College National champion...

High School: Attended Northside High School... Three-time state champion... Suffered only two losses after his freshman year, both coming in injury defaults... Had a 101-9 record during his high school career... Also an All-State performer in football...

Personal: Son of Audrey Cormier and Percy Benoit... Brother of Joe, Ferral and Felicia... Wife’s name is Robin... Has one daughter, Kaedyn Imri Cormier (deceased)... Hobbies include reading, playing video games, basketball and softball...

Awards: Two-time Outstanding Wrestler at the Louisiana state tournament...

To byl ostatni z wolniakow USA. Wieczorem ide z Ruskimi

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