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San Lorenzo’s Jacarra Winchester Wins Women’s World Wrestling Championship

Jacarra Winchester (San Lorenzo HS, NC) 2019 World Champion Womens Wrestling

Winchester the Winner at Women’s World Championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Jacarra Winchester (San Lorenzo HS, NC) 2019 World Champion Womens Wrestling

Jacarra Winchester (San Lorenzo HS, NC) 2019 World Champion 55 kg/121 lbs

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Gold – Jacarra Winchester (USA); Winchester dec. Irie, 5-3

Silver – Nanami Irie (Japan)
Bronze – Olga Khoroshavtseva (Russia); Khoroshavtseva tech. fall Sedneva, 13-1
Bronze – Bolortuya Bat Ochir (Mongolia); Bat Ochir dec. Gun, 12-9
5th – Marina Sedniva (Kazakhstan)
5th – Behiha Gun (Turkey)
7th – Iryna Husyak (Ukraine)
8th – Anna Lukasiak (Poland)
9th – Annika Wendle (Germany)
10th – Mengyu Xie (China)

(Story on NBC Sports)

Jacarra Winchester (USA): Jacarra Winchester (San Lorenzo HS, NC) 2019 World Champion2019-20 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 55 kg/121 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 5 (2014-15, 2016-17, 2017-20)
Residence: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Club: Titan Mercury WC
College: Missouri Valley College
High School: San Lorenzo, Calif. (Arroyo)
Born: Oct. 19, 1992
Height: 5-5

Past Senior World Teams
2018 Worlds (5th at 55kg)

Past Age-Group World Teams
2014 University Worlds (bronze at 58kg)

Jacarra Winchester Career Highlights

Fifth in 2018 World Championships
Final X champion 2018 and 2019
2018 World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion
U.S. Open champion 2018 and 2019
Third in 2014 University World Championships
2019 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion
2018 Outstanding Ukrainian Memorial champion
Second in 2015 and 2017 U.S. Open
Third in 2019 Pan American Championships
2014 University Nationals champion
2015 WCWA Nationals champion for Missouri Valley
2010 California state high school champion

Career Biography: 2019: Third in Poland Open… Final X champion… Third in Pan American Championships. U.S. Open champion… Sixth in German Grand Prix… Dave Schultz Memorial International champion

2018: Fifth in World Championships… Fifth in Poland Open… Final X champion.

World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion… U.S. Open champion… Fifth in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)…Outstanding Ukrainian Memorial champion

2017: Third in Russia Cup… Third in U.S. World Team Trials… Third at Dave Schultz Memorial International… Second in U.S. Open

2016: Third in Non-Olympic Weight World Team Trials… Fifth in Grand Prix of Spain… Canada Cup champion

2015: Fourth in U.S. World Team Trials… Second in U.S. Open

2014: Second in the Minnesota Storm Holiday Cup… Second in the Bill Farrell International… SFU Clan International champion (Canada)… Third in University World Championships… Fourth in Phase II World Team Trials… Third in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in U.S. Open… University Nationals champion

2013: Minnesota Storm Holiday Cup champion
2012: Third in University Nationals… Third in UWW Junior Nationals
2011: Fourth in University Nationals… Fourth in UWW Junior Nationals

College: 2015 WCWA Nationals champion for Missouri Valley, where she was an accounting major… Second in 2013 WCWA Nationals… Coached by Carl Murphree

High School: 2010 California CIF Girls state champion for Arroyo High School…
Personal: U.S. Olympic Training Center resident athlete…

Story by SportStars INSIDER, Al Fontes. Follow Al at thecaliforniawrestler.com.
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