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Women's World Championships History by 2000

Freestyle wrestling


История женских чемпионатов по борьбе до 2000 года

1987 - LORENSKOG, NORWAY
Champions: 97 -Brigitte Wiegart (Belgium); 103.5 - Anne Holten (Norway); 110 - Anne Marie Halvorson (Norway); 116.5 - Sylvie Van Gucht (France); 125.5 - Isabelle Dourthe (France); 134 - Ine Barlie (Norway); 143 - Brigitte Herlin (France); 154 - Georgette Jean (France); 165 - Patricia Rossignol (France) Team champion - France
No U.S. entries


1989 - MARTIGNY, SWITZERLAND
Champions: 97 - Shoko Yoshimura (Japan); 103.5 - Ming Hsiu Chen (Chinese-Taipei); 110 - Anne Holten (Norway); 116.5 - Sylvie Van Gucht (France); 125.5 - Gudrun Hoie (Norway); 134 - Jocelyn Sagon (France); 143 - Emmanuelle Blind (France); 154 - Georgette Jean (France); 165 - Miyako Shimizu (Japan) Team Champion - Japan (USA, 5th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Marie Ziegler (Prado), dnp; 103.5 - Afsoon Roshanzamir, 3rd; 110 - Asia DeWeese, 2nd; 116.5 - Janet Trussell, 5th; 154 - Leia Kawaii, 2nd; Coaches - Pavel Katsen and Rusty Davidson


1990 - LULEA, SWEDEN
Champions - 97 - Shoko Yoshimura (J
apan); 103.5 - Asa Peterson (Sweden); 110 - Martine Poupon (France); 116.5 - Sylvie Van Gucht (France); 125.5 - Gudrun Hoie (Norway); 134 - Brigette Siffert (France); 143 - Akiko Lizima (Japan); 154 - Rika Iwama (Japan); 165 - Yayoi Urano (Japan) Team Champion- Japan (USA, 6th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Marie Ziegler (Prado), 2nd; 103.5 - Afsoon Roshanzimir, 2nd; 110 - Tricia McNaughton (Saunders), 6th; 116.5 - Shannon Williams, 4th; 125.5 - Asia DeWeese, 5th; Coach - Joe Corso


1991 - TOKYO, JAPAN
Champions: 97 - Xiue Zhong (China); 103.5 - Miyuu Yamamoto (Japan); 110 - Martine Poupon (France); 116.5 - Xia Zhang (China); 125.5 - Olga Lugo (Venezuela); 134 - Brigette Sieffert (France); 143 - Akiki Iljima (Japan); 154 - Yayoi Urano (Japan); 165 - Liu Dong Feng (China) Team Champion - Japan (USA, 5th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Marie Ziegler (Prado), 2nd; 103.5 - Tricia McNaughton (Saunders), 5th; 110 - Shannon Williams, 2nd; 116.5 - Jennifer Ottiano, 7th; 125.5 - Kristy Schultz, 5th; 134 - Andrea Carstens, 6th; 165 - Leia Kawaii, 6th; Coach - Tadaaki Hatta


1992 - Villeurbanne, France
Champions: 97 - Pan Yan Ping (China); 103.5 - Xiue Zhong (China); 110 - Tricia Saunders (USA); 116.5 - Wendy Yzguirre (Venezuela); 125.5 - Riyoto Sakamoto (Japan); 134 - Ine Barlie (Norway); 143 - Wang Chaoli (China); 154 - Xiomara Guevarra (Venezuela); 165 - Liu Dong Feng (China) Team Champions - Japan (USA, 9th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Marie Prado, 7th; 103.5 - Afsoon Roshanzimir, 5th; 110 - Tricia Saunders, 1st; 116.5 - Jennifer Ottiano, dnp; 125.5 - Andrea Carstens, 8th; 134 - Diana Wesendunk, 8th; Coach - Rusty Davidson


1993 - STAVERN, NORWAY
Champions: 97 - Shoko Yoshimura (Japan); 103.5 - Xiue Zhong (China); 110 - Anna Gomis (France); 116.5 - Line Johansen (Norway); 125.5 - Gudrun Hoie (Norway); 134 - Nikola Hartmann (Austria); 143 - Chao-Li Wang (China); 154 - Yayoi Urano (Japan); 165 - Liu Dong Feng (China) Team Champion - Japan (USA, 4th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Debby Weiss, 4th; 103.5 - Tricia Saunders, 2nd; 110 - Shannon Williams, 2nd; 116.5 - Andrea Carstens, 8th; 125.5 - Sheri Belew-Kennedy, 7th; 134 - Diana Wesendunk, 6th; Coach - Ed Giese


1994 - SOFIA, BULGARIA
Champions: 97 - Shoko Yoshimura (Japan); 103.5 - Misho Kamibajashi (Japan); 110 - Miyuu Yamamoto (Japan); 116.5 - Akemi Kawashashi (Japan); 125.5 - Line Johansen (Norway); 134 - Nikola Hartmann (Austria); 143 - Yayoi Urano (Japan); 154 - Christine Nordhagen (Canada); 165 - Mit Funakoshi (Japan) Team Champion - Russia (USA, 4th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Vickie Zummo, 7th; 103.5 - Margaret LeGates, 2nd; 110 - Treeva Cohee, 4th; 116.5 - Shannon Williams, 2nd; 125.5 - Andrea Carstens, 8th; 134 - Sheri Belew-Kennedy, 8th; 143 - D'anya Bierria, 4th; 154 - Jessica McDowell, 8th; 165 - Joni Lea Lewis, 5th; Coach - Sergio Gonzales


1995 - MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Champions: 97 - Shoko Yoshimura (Japan); 103.5 - Miyuu Yamamoto (Japan); 110 - Samira Ganatchoueva (Russia); 116.5 - Sophie Pluquet (France); 125.5 - Sara Eriksson (Sweden); 134 - Nikola Hartmann (Austria); 143 - Yaoyi Urano (Japan); 154 - Lise Golliot (France); 165 - Dongfang Ma Li (China) Team Champion - Russia (USA, 4th)

U.S. Results: 97 - Vickie Zummo, 3rd; 103.5 - Tricia Saunders, 4th; 110 - Shannon Williams, 4th; 116.5 - Brenda Day, 5th; 125.5 - Andrea Carstens, 7th; 134 - Jennifer Ottiano, 7th; 143 - Lauren Wolfe, 5th; 154 - Sandra Bacher, 9th; 165 - Jessica McDowell, 10th; Coach - Mike Duroe


1996 - SOFIA, BULGARIA
Champions: 97 - Xiue Zhong (China); 103.5 - Tricia Saunders (USA); 110 - Olga Smirnova (Russia); 116.5 - Anna Gomis (France); 125.5 - Sara Eriksson (Sweden);134 - Mikiko Miyazaki (Japan);143 - Yayoi Urano (Japan); 154 lbs. - Christine Nordhagen (Canada); 165 - Dongfeng Liu (China) Team Champion - Japan (USA, 3rd)

U.S. Results: 97 - Marie Prado, did not make weight; 103.5 - Tricia Saunders, 1st; 110 - Shannon Williams, 5th; 116.5 - Stephanie Murata, 7th; 125.5 - Jackie Berube, 2nd; 134 - Diana Wesendunk, dnp; 143 - Lauren Wolfe, 8th; 154 - Sandra Bacher, San Jose, Calif., 4th; 165 - Kristie Stenglein, 2nd; Coach: Mike Duroe


1997 - CLERMONT-FERRAND, FRANCE
Champions: 101.25 - Zhong Xiue (China); 112.25 - Joanna Piasecka (Poland);123.25 - Anna Gomis (France); 136.5 - Lisa Golliot (France); 149.75 - Christine Nordhagen (Canada); 165.25 - Kyoko Hamaguchi (Japan) Team Champions - Japan (USA, 3rd)

U.S. Results: 101.25 - Afsoon Roshanzamir, dnp; 112.25 - Shannon Williams, 2nd; 123.25 - Stephanie Murata, dnp; 136.5 - Lauren Wolfe, 5th; 149.75 - Sandra Bacher, 2nd; 165.25 - Kristie Stenglein, 2nd; Coach: Mike Duroe


1998 - POZNAN, POLAND
Champions: 101.25 - Tricia Saunders (USA); 112.25 - Atsuko Shinomura (Japan);123.25 - Gudrun Hoie (Norway); 136.5 - Nikola Hartmann (Austria); 149.75 - Christine Nordhagen (Canada); 165.25 - Kyoko Hamaguchi (Japan) Team Champions - Russia (USA, 3rd)

U.S. Results: 101.25 - Tricia Saunders, 1st; 112.25 - Stephanie Murata, 4th; 123.25 - Tina George, dnp; 136.5 - Lauren Wolfe, dnp; 149.75 - Sandra Bacher, 3rd; 165.25 - Kristie Stenglein, 2nd; Coach: Joe Corso


1999 - BODEN, SWEDEN
Champions: 101.25 - Tricia Saunders (USA); 112.25 - Seiko Yamamoto (Japan);123.25 - Anna Gomis (France); 136.5 - Ayako Shoda (Japan); 149.75 - Sandra Bacher (USA); 165.25 - Kyoko Hamaguchi (Japan) Team Champions - United States (USA, 1st)

U.S. Results: 101.25 - Tricia Saunders, 1st; 112.25 - Stephanie Murata, 4th; 123.25 - Tina George, 6th; 136.5 - Lauren Lamb, 5th; 149.75 - Sandra Bacher, 1st; 165.25 - Kristie Marano, 2nd; Coach: Rob Eiter


2000 - Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 1-3
Champions - 101.25 - Irina Melnik (Ukraine); 112.25 - Hitomi Sakamoto (Japan); 123.25 - Seiko Yamamoto (Japan); 136.5 - Nikola Hartmann (Austria); 149.75 - Kristie Marano (USA); 165.25 - Christine Nordhagen-Vierling (Canada) Team Champions - Japan (USA- 5th)

U.S. Results: 101.25 - Clarrisa Chun, dnp; 112.25 - Patricia Miranda, 2nd; 123.25 - Tina Wilson, dnp; 136.5 - Sara McMann, 9th; 149.75 - Kristie Marano, 1st; 165.25 lbs. - Iris Smith, 7th


International Medals (1987-2000)

Japan 31 golds, 25 silvers, 18 bronzes - 74 total medals
France 21 golds, 13 silvers, 10 bronzes - 44 total medals
Norway 11 golds, 12 silvers, 17 bronzes - 40 total medals
United States 6 golds, 18 silvers, 3 bronzes - 27 total medals
Russia 2 golds, 10 silvers, 15 bronzes - 27 total medals
China 14 golds, 4 silvers, 4 bronzes - 22 total medals
Canada 5 golds, 3 silvers, 4 bronzes - 12 total medals
Chinese Taipei 1 golds, 5 silvers, 6 bronzes - 12 total medals
Sweden 3 golds, 3 silvers, 5 bronzes - 11 total medals
Venezuela 3 golds, 3 silvers, 4 bronzes - 10 total medals
Germany 0 golds, 3 silvers, 4 bronzes - 7 total medals
Austria 3 golds, 1 silvers, 0 bronzes - 4 total medals
Poland 1 golds, 1 silvers, 2 bronzes - 4 total medals
Ukraine 1 golds, 1 silvers, 1 bronzes - 3 total medals
Denmark 0 golds, 1 silvers, 1 bronzes - 2 total medals
Belgium 1 golds, 0 silvers, 0 bronzes - 1 total medals
Bulgaria 0 golds, 1 silvers, 0 bronzes - 1 total medals
Netherlands 0 golds, 1 silvers, 0 bronzes - 1 total medals


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