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United States second in unofficial Olympic Greco-Roman wrestling tournament standings after the firs



The United States amazing and unexpected performance in Greco-Roman wrestling was displayed by the unofficial team standings after the first four weight classes. Using the scoring system employed at each World Championships, the United States trailed only Ukraine in points scored at the 54 kg, 63 kg, 76 kg and 97 kg weight divisions. Ukraine registered 26 points, with all points scored in all four weight classes. The United States was in second with 22 points, and three point-scorers. Russia was third with two champions and 20 points. Point scorers for the United States were silver medalist Matt Lindland at 76 kg (9 points), bronze medalist Garrett Lowney at 97 kg (8 points) and sixth place finisher Kevin Bracken at 63 kg (5 points). This done by giving 10 points to the champion, nine to the runner-up, eight to the bronze medalist, down to one point for 10th place. Any athletes placing lower than 10th do not score points. There are no official team standings or team medals in Greco-Roman. The only official way to compare is through the medal count. However, wrestling traditionally evaluates the performance using the World Championships system Unofficial team standings after four weights (54 KG, 63 KG, 76 KG, 97 KG) Russia, 26 pts; United States, 22 pts.; Russia, 20 pts.; Cuba, 18 pts.; Korea, 17 pts.; Georgia, 16 pts.; Sweden, 15 pts.; Kazakhstan, 12 pts.; Switzerland, 10 pts.; North Korea, 8 pts.; Greece, 7 pts.; Germany, 6 pts.; Japan, 6 pts.; Uzbekistan, 6 pts.; China, 5 pts; Azerbaijan, 4 pts.; Kyrgyzstan, 3 pts.; Lithuania, 3 pts.; Poland, 2 pts.; Japan, 2 pts.; Egypt, 1 pt.; Turkey, 1 pt.
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