Six wrestlers added medals to the list in 2022 including world champions Dominique Parrish, Tamyra Mensah-Stock, and Amit Elor.
Elor became the youngest World Champion in American wrestling history after winning the world title in Belgrade, Serbia at 18 years old.
Adeline Gray became the first American wrestler to win six world titles in 2021.
Kristie Stenglein-Davis was a nine-time world medalist and two-time champion.
Tricia Saunders was a four-time world champion and never lost to an American.
The top five wrestlers in USA women's freestyle history won a total of 17 world and Olympic titles and 29 medals!
They include a six-time champion, a four-time champion, a three-time champion, and a nine-time medalist.
Check out the best women's freestyle wrestlers in USA history ranked by world and Olympic medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Wrestler - Year - Score - Medals
#1 - Adeline Gray
- 2021 - 128 - 3,1,3,1,1,1,1,2,1
#2 - Kristie Stenglein-Davis
- 2007 - 112 - 2,2,2,2,1,3,1,3,2
#3 - Helen Maroulis
- 2022 - 108 - 2,3,1,1,1,3,1,2
#4 - Tricia Saunders
- 1999 - 76 - 1,2,1,1,1
#5 - Tamyra Mensah-Stock
- 2022 - 68 - 3,1,1,3,1
There have been 31 USA wrestlers who have earned 99 world or Olympic medal in women's freestyle.
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