Robinson Double Champ @ 2024 Womens Nationals

The 2024 Womens Nationals have concluded and Texas comes away with 5 National Champions and 15 other placers.  Jasmine Robinson once again proved why she is the #1 ranked girl in her weight in the nation as she claims a double Championship.  In the U23 & U20 division Robinson only gave up 2 takedowns in 10 matches total. There were many notables, one was Olivia Moreno in the 20U losing her first match and then winning her next 7 in a row to reach the consolation semifinals before losing again then claiming a 5th place finish.  8th grader Hailey Delgado kept her winning ways as she claimed a U17 National Championship, but had to settle for 5th place in the 15U.  Remington LaFlamme who made the finals last year at 14U did so again this year but took the win for the Championship this time.  Annabel Choo at 12U only had 3 matches, but won them all for her National Championship.

All the champions in U23, U20, U17, & 15U qualify for the world team, while the 2nd place finishers will qualify for the Pan Am Championships.

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