Jasmine Robinson Brings Home a U17 World Bronze Medal

Allen Wrestling has another World Championship Medalist. Jasmine Robinson is the latest Allen wrestler to join fellow placers for Allen like Ophir Bernstein, Bo Nickal, and AJ Ferrari. Also, Robinson is the first Allen Woman wrestler to place in a World Championship tournament representing the USA.

Allen Wrestling’s Jasmine Robinson and Aidan Cooley was representing the USA and Texas in the 2023 U17 World Championships in Istanbul Turkey. July 31st thur August 6th.

Jasmine Robinson @ 69kg in her 2nd year of traveling abroad for the U17 was looking to place this year in her freestyle event against 17 other countries after not placing last year.  

Aidan Cooley is making his first overseas tournament in the U17 World Championships in the Greco Roman tournament @ 92kg against 22 other countries. Cooley did take a double silver medal recently in the Pan-Am tournament in Mexico City, Mexico in the Greco Roman and Freestyle tournaments.

Aidan Cash Cooley went 1-1 in his Greco Roman tour. One half of the competitors are eliminated right away in their first match so getting his first win was a great accomplishment to #3 placer in European Championships by techfall 9-0 and his loss was to #1 Romania placer in European Championships. The Romania wrestler got beat the next match so that ended Cooley’s Greco Roman run.

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