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PHIL TAYLOR
July 23, 2012
The U.S. team will send a pair of world champions to the mat. Clarissa Chun (above, left), a 30-year-old native of Hawaii, finished fifth in the 105 ½-pound division in Beijing and won a world title later in 2008. Two-time NCAA champ Jordan Burroughs, a 24-year-old who wrestled for Nebraska, won the 163-pound title in his first trip to the worlds last year and is a gold medal favorite in London.
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July 23, 2012

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The U.S. team will send a pair of world champions to the mat. Clarissa Chun (above, left), a 30-year-old native of Hawaii, finished fifth in the 105 ½-pound division in Beijing and won a world title later in 2008. Two-time NCAA champ Jordan Burroughs, a 24-year-old who wrestled for Nebraska, won the 163-pound title in his first trip to the worlds last year and is a gold medal favorite in London.

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