Dave Schultz Memorial International Wrestling Tournament in Pictures

By Jasmine Cannon


Sheykaliz Cintron listens to coach Otoniel Peréz during a match break at the Dave Schultz Memorial International tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Sheykaliz Cintron listens to coach Otoniel Peréz during a match break at the Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Erin Golston takes down Breonah Neal in the second round at the Dave Schultz Memorial International tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Erin Golston takes down Breonnah Neal in the second round at the Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Breonnah Neal (left) v. Erin Golston at the 18th annual Dave Schultz Memorial International wresting tournament. (Jasmine Cannon)
Breonnah Neal (left) v. Erin Golston at the Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
University of the Cumberlands wrestler Maya Nelson takes a break in between periods at the Dave Schultz Memorial International tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
University of the Cumberlands wrestler Maya Nelson takes a break in between periods at the Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Victoria Anthony has an advantage over Candace Workman at the 18th annual Dave Schultz Memorial International tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)
Victoria Anthony works to turn Candace Workman at the Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – Trips to the U.S. Olympic trials were on the line Saturday at the 18th annual Dave Schultz Memorial International wrestling tournament at the Olympic Training Center. Winners were Victoria Anthony (48 kg/USA), Katherine Fulp-Allen (53 kg/USA), Kayla Miracle (58 kg/USA), Anastasia Grigorieva (63 kg/Latvia), Brittney Roberts (69 kg/USA) and Epp Mae (75 kg/Estonia). One of the biggest stories of the day was Clarissa Chun, who finished in second place while on a journey to become the first U.S. woman to qualify for three Olympic games.

Photo at top: USA’s Clarissa Chun pushes on the head of her opponent. (Jasmine Cannon/MEDILL)