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    RESULTS - 2010 FILA World Wrestling Games

    2010 FILA World Wrestling Games
    March 27-28, 2010
    Krakow, Poland

    World Pankration Championships (18 Participating Nations)
    World Grappling Championships (23 Participating Nations)
    World Gi Grappling Championships (23 Participating Nations)

    PANKRATION TOP 5 TEAM RESULTS
    1. Ukraine
    2. Russia
    3. USA
    4. Italy
    5. Serbia

    GRAPPLING TOP 5 TEAM RESULTS
    1. USA
    2. Poland
    3. Sweden
    4. France
    5. Germany

    GI GRAPPLING TOP 5 TEAM RESULTS
    1. Poland
    2. USA
    3. France
    4. Sweden
    5. Hungry

    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

    MEN’S Pankration

    60 kilos
    Gold - Anthony Frank (USA)
    Silver - Dmytro Baranov (Ukraine)
    Bronze - Rusian Kadyrov (Russia)
    Bronze - Assan Burbay (Kazakhstan)
    5. Elvin Jafarov (Azerbaijan)
    5. Luca Paolini (Italy)

    65 kilos
    Gold - Vitaliy Berest (Ukraine)
    Silver - Piotr Podstawczuk (Poland)
    Bronze - Ali Badautinov (Russia)
    Bronze - Vukoje Stesevic (Serbia)
    5. Giuseppe Romeo (Italy)
    5. Phillip Palmajar (USA)

    70 Kilos
    Gold - Oleksandr Vysotski (Ukraine)
    Silver - Dave Torres (USA)
    Bronze - Rasul Mirzaev (Russia)
    Bronze - Fabio Perlangeli (Italy)
    5. Laurent Meseguer (France)
    5. Nurbek Kazhagaliyev (Kazakhstan)

    75 kilos
    Gold - Andrey Koreshkov (Russia)
    Silver - Marcin Held (Poland)
    Bronze - Steven Aragon (USA)
    Bronze - Sergiy Kovaliov (Ukraine)
    5. Artsiom Damkovski (Belarus)
    5. Jeremy Drinkorn (France)

    80 kilos
    Gold - Sotaro Yamada (Japan)
    Silver - Vasyl Novikov (Ukraine)
    Bronze - Lukasz Srebnicki (Poland)
    Bronze - John Friedland (USA)
    5. Andres Mathe (Hungary)
    5. Sergio Lousa (Portugal)

    90 kilos
    Gold - Sergiy Guzev (Ukraine)
    Silver - Y. Aliantsevich (Belarus)
    Bronze - Mayindur Magomedov (Russia)
    Bronze - Nurbek Karabalayev (Kazakhstan)
    5. Dimitri Milosevic (France)
    5. M. Rousahatzakis (Greece)
    ** 9. Conan Mastrangelo (USA)

    110 Kilos
    Gold - Dmytriy Poberezhets (Ukraine)
    Silver - Siarhei Radzko (Belarus)
    Bronze - Asian Alimzhanov (Russia)
    Bronze - Adam Kope (USA)
    5. Serin Doium (Italy)

    Absolute
    Gold - A. Rumyantsev (Russia)
    Silver - Volodymyr Mischenko (Ukraine)
    Bronze - Kyle Bolt (USA)
    Bronze - Conan Mastrangelo (USA)
    5. Srjan Rokvic (Serbia)
    5. Marco Ferretti (Italy)

    WOMEN’s Pankration

    50 Kilos
    Gold - Elena Pak (Russia)
    Silver - Bojana Jolicic (Serbia)

    55 Kilos
    Gold - Chiara Ronchetti (Italy)
    Silver - Merima Galatin (Serbia)
    Bronze - Khayala Asarova (Azerbaijan)

    60 Kilos
    Gold - Olga Kirillova (Ukraine)
    Silver - Martina Massi (Italy)
    Bronze - Irena Preiss (Poland)

    65 Kilos
    Gold - Tatiana Ivanova (Russia)
    Silver - Aleksandra Tasic (Serbia)

    75 Kilos
    Gold - Aliona Martynenko (Ukraine)
    Silver - Olga Ruskozeeva (Russia)

    Absolute
    Gold - A. Evstingeeva (Russia)
    Silver - Trish Hassel (USA)
    Bronze - Aleksandra Tasic (Serbia)
    Bronze - Galyna Mateichuk (Ukraine)
    5. Galetin Mermima (Serbia)
    5. Amy Wilke (USA)


    MEN’s Grappling

    60 kilos
    Gold - Fabien Brochetelle (France)
    Silver - Daniel Kmegy (Hungary)
    Bronze - Ilias Bazianos (Greece)
    Bronze - Zach Makovsky (USA)
    5th - Elvin Jafarov (Azerbaijan)
    5th - John Louro (Canada)

    65 kg
    Gold - Dennis Prokopos (USA)
    Silver - Robert Trzcionka (Poland)
    Bronze - Frank Staeblein (Germany)
    Bronze - Karim Saki (France)
    5th - Marco Masura (Italy)
    5th - Petar Marjanovic (Croatia)

    70 kg
    Final results not currently available
    Bronze - Tom LeCuyer (USA)

    75 kg
    Gold - Michel Salvadori (France)
    Silver - Christian Sandberg (Sweden)
    Bronze - Mike Kelly (USA)
    Bronze - Andreas Achniotis (Greece)
    5th - Samvel Arutyunyan (Armenia)
    5th - Davor Pocijak (Croatia)

    80 kg
    Gold - David Pierre Louis (France)
    Silver - Bernardo Serrini (Italy)
    Bronze - K. Lukaszewicz (Poland)
    Bronze - Svetlozar Savov (Bulgaria)
    5th - Sergiy Sergienko (Ukraine)
    5th - Andrey Rychin (Russia)
    **14. Scott Garcia (USA)

    90 kg
    Gold - Mats Nilsson (Sweden)
    Silver - Takanori Kuno (Japan)
    Bronze - Nico Penzer (Germany)
    Bronze - Zbigniew Tyszka (Poland)
    5th - Srjan Rokvic (Serbia)
    5th - Lamberto Raffi (Italy)
    ** 12. Jeff Funicello (USA)

    110 kg
    Gold - Mikael Knutsson (Sweden)
    Silver - Srdjan Klisaric (Serbia)
    Bronze - Vlado Pilipovic (Croatia)
    Bronze - Adam Magomedov (Russia)
    5th - Csaba Gulyas (Hungary)
    5th - Gabe Barahona (USA)

    Absolute
    Gold - Mario Rinaldi (USA)
    Silver - Eddy Bengtsson (Sweden)
    Bronze - G. Tenhuendfeld (Germany)
    Bronze - Istvan Kalmar (Hungary)
    5th - Paolo Strazullo (Italy)
    5th - Predrig Budic (Serbia)


    WOMEN’s Grappling

    50 kg
    Gold - Lisa Ward (USA)
    Silver - Anny Hammarsten (Sweden)
    Bronze - Anna Isichko (Ukraine)
    Bronze - Marija Sola (Croatia)
    5th - Evgenia Laloudaki (Greece)
    5th - Joanna Galka (Poland)

    55 kg
    Gold - Jessica Aguilar (USA)
    Silver - Océane Talvard (France)
    Bronze - Sandra Paszkiewicz (Poland)
    4th - Galentia Merima (Serbia)
    5th - Khayala Asgarova (Azerbaijan)

    60 kg
    Gold - Sheila Bird (Canada)
    Silver - L. Fouillat-Cousin (France)
    Bronze - Julia Klammsteiner (Italy)
    Bronze - Tara LaRosa (USA)
    5th - Olga Starubinska (Ukraine)
    5th - Evelin Banyai (Hungary)

    65 kg
    Gold - Karolina Zawodnik (Poland)
    Silver - Dusanka Bozovic (Sweden)
    Bronze - Aleksandra Tasic (Serbia)

    75 kg
    Gold - Monika Oleksik (Poland)
    Silver - Aliona Martynenko (Ukraine)

    Absolute
    Gold - Sheila Bird (Canada)
    Silver - Tara LaRosa (USA)
    Bronze - A. Hadzisulejmanovic (Sweden)
    Bronze - Irena Preiss (Poland)
    5th - Amy Hammarsten (Sweden)
    5th - Galetin Merima (Serbia)

    MEN’s Gi Grappling
    60 kg
    Gold - Zach Makovsky (USA)
    Silver - John Louro (Canada)
    Bronze - Karol Kawiorski (Poland)
    Bronze - Fabien Brochetelle (France)
    5th - Asker Baragunov (Russia)
    5th - Alessio Rimella (Italy)

    65 kg
    Gold - Brian Mahecha (USA)
    Silver - Piotr Podstawczuk (Poland)
    Bronze - Karim Saki (France)
    Bronze - Aslan Rustamov (Azerbaijan)
    5th - Marco Masura (Italy)
    5th - B. Bayasgalan (Mongolia)

    70 kg
    Gold - Bence Szoke (Hungary)
    Silver - Marcin Held (Poland)
    Bronze - Yan Reznichenko (Russia)
    Bronze - Ciro Ruotolo (Italy)
    5th - Nurbek Kazhagaliyev (Kazakhstan)
    5th - Carlos Polo (Spain)
    ** 7. Din Thomas (USA)

    75 kg
    Gold - Grzegorz Kloc (Poland)
    Silver - Davor Pocijak (Croatia)
    Bronze - Michel Salvadori (France)
    Bronze - G.Tenhuendfeld (Germany)
    5th - Mate Toth (Hungary)
    5th - Maxime Poulin (Canada)
    **9. Mike Kelly (USA)

    80 kg
    Gold - Scott Garcia (USA)
    Silver - Zoltan Illes (Hungary)
    Bronze - Andrey Rychin (Russia)
    Bronze - David Pierre Louis (France)
    5th - Nenad Latincic (Serbia)
    5th - Pantelis Panagidis (Greece)

    90 kg
    Gold - Takanori Kuno (Japan)
    Silver – Raffi Lamberto (Italy)
    Bronze - Piotr Baginski (Poland)
    Bronze - Jeff Funicello (USA)
    5th - Sergii Asnishenko (Ukraine)
    5th - Balazs Havas (Hungary)

    110 kg.
    Gold - Grzegorz Szatkowski (Poland)
    Silver - Predrag Budic (Serbia)
    Bronze - Mikael Knutsson (Sweden)
    Bronze - Sascha Ernst (Germany)
    5th - Sasa Milinkovic (Croatia)
    5th - Gabe Barahona (USA)

    Absolute
    Gold - Mario Rinaldi (USA)
    Silver - Predras Budic (Serbia)
    Bronze - Balazs Ordog (Hungary)
    Bronze - Tomasz Michalowski (Poland)
    5th - Nica Tadijanov (Croatia)
    5th - Sridan Rokvic (Serbia)


    WOMEN’s Gi Grappling

    50 kg
    Gold - Anny Hammarsten (Sweden)
    Silver - Marija Sola (Croatia)
    Bronze - Lisa Ward (USA)
    Bronze - Joanna Galka (Poland)
    5th - Elena Pak (Russia)
    5th - Anna Isichko (Ukraine)

    55 kg
    Gold - Jessica Aguilar (USA)
    Silver - Océane Talvard (France)
    Bronze - Sandra Pasziewicz (Poland)
    4th - Galetin Merima (Serbia)

    60 kg
    Gold - Sheila Bird (Canada)
    Silver - L. Foullat-Cousin (France)
    Bronze - A. Hadzisuljmanovic (Sweden)
    Bronze - Irena Preiss (Poland)
    5th - Tara LaRosa (USA)
    5th - Olga Starubinska (Ukraine)

    65 kg
    Gold - Karolina Zawodnik (Poland)
    Silver - Evelin Banyai (Hungary)
    Bronze - Aleksandra Tasic (Serbia)

    70 kg
    Gold - Anna Dudek (Poland)
    Silver - Aliona Martynenko (Ukraine)
  2. theinfinitejar is offline

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    Posted On:
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    Yeah Sheila! 3(!!) gold medals. Way to go!
  3. MEGALEF is offline

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    Go Sweden!
  4. shelbydeth is offline

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    I don't really follow this stuff much, but why were there no Brazilians and only one Asian medalists? Seems kind of odd.
  5. MEGALEF is offline

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    Well, it's a 'World Championship' under FILA's own grappling ruleset that not very many really care about. Anyone who knows about grappling knows that the ADCC Worlds is what it's really about.
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    Ah I see, thanks for sharing your knowledge with this humble noob.
  7. socalpankration is offline

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    Most of the countries were from Europe and North America. I did see Japan, Mongolia and Iran there as well. FILA is new in the game but made huge strides in getting Grappling, Pankration and soon MMA under one International sanctioning body under the International Olympic Comittee. They still have a way to go but their heart is in the right spot.

    If Grappling, Pankration, BJJ or MMA ever gets into the olympics it will be through FILA as a additional medal sport of Wrestling rather than a new sport. I am optimistic about 2016!

    They have only been at this for three years but formed an entire divsion focused on these sports.

    I am going to support them by holding a FILA rules grappling event on May 2nd.

    http://fightleague.org/2010_Grappling.html
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    Good on ya man, but haven't we come to the conclusion that the olympics are a bloodthirsty vampire that sucks the life out of combat sports? Cough Judo cough Taekwondo cough cough cough.
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    Here is a slide show from the Pankration World Championships

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/1239437...07993611/show/
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    Quote Originally Posted by socalpankration View Post
    Most of the countries were from Europe and North America. I did see Japan, Mongolia and Iran there as well. FILA is new in the game but made huge strides in getting Grappling, Pankration and soon MMA under one International sanctioning body under the International Olympic Comittee. They still have a way to go but their heart is in the right spot.

    If Grappling, Pankration, BJJ or MMA ever gets into the olympics it will be through FILA as a additional medal sport of Wrestling rather than a new sport. I am optimistic about 2016!

    They have only been at this for three years but formed an entire divsion focused on these sports.

    I am going to support them by holding a FILA rules grappling event on May 2nd.

    http://fightleague.org/2010_Grappling.html
    So what is the hold up?

    Votes?

    Standardization of rule-set?

    So if I am undestanding correctly, pankration will fall under wrestling?

    Why not as a seperate medal sport?
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