FILA World Grappling Results

420_lgUPDATED Women’s No-Gi Grappling Results.

(photo courtsey of The Mat)

FighterGirls had incorrectly listed Lisa Ward as winning the gold medal in the No-Gi division, however we have since found that it was Felicia Oh (pictured) who actually received the gold. Here is the explanation from TheMat :

Oh’s victory was perhaps the most surprising. She was defeated by 2008 Grappling World Champion Lisa Ward (Lacey, Wash./Victory Athletics) in the morning session. Oh won her evening round-robin match against Sam Stewart of Canada. However, Ward was upset by young American Tammi Musumeci (Wellington, Fla./American Top Team) in her final bout. Oh won the tiebreaker, by scoring the most classification points in the tournament at the weight class.

UPDATED Women’s No-Gi Grappling Results

50kg/110 lbs.
Gold – Felicia Oh (USA)
Silver – Lisa Ward (USA)
Bronze – Tammi Musumeci (USA)
4th – Sam Stewart (Canada)

55kg/121 lbs.
Gold – Laurence Fouillat (France)
Silver – Stephanie Murata (USA)
Bronze – Bahar Shahidi (USA)
4th – Daniell Hobeika (USA)
5th – Shasta McMurray (USA)

59kg/130 lbs.
Gold – Jessica Aguilar (USA)
Silver – Tara LaRosa (USA)
Bronze – Sonja Raeber (Switzerland)

63kg/138.75 lbs.
Gold – Sara McMann (USA)
Silver – Shayna Baszler (USA)
Bronze – Sheila Bird (Canada)
4th – Miesha Tate (USA)

67kg/147 lbs.
Gold – Tori Adams (USA)
Silver – Romy Ruyssen (France)
Bronze – Karolina Zawonik (Poland) default
4th – Alison Tremblay (Canada)
5th – Alaina Hardie (Canada)

Also, on Sunday the women’s Gi Grappling Open was held….here are the results:

Women’s Gi Grappling Open
Gold – Tara LaRosa (USA)
Silver – Alison Tremblay (Canada)
Bronze – Alaina Hardie (Canada)

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