Tkach, Gray Back on the Mats, Affirm Top Spots in Women’s World Rankings By William May

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55kg – Paris Grand Prix bronze medalist PUREVDORJ Orkhon (MGL) was one of four wrestlers from Mongolia to win at the Flatz Open in Austria, making her fifth trip to the medals podium over the last six months and lifting her to No.7 in the rankings.
Russian Open bronze medalist Veronika CHUMIKOVA (RUS) rolled up three technical falls, including a 10-0 win over Evelina NIKOLOVA (BUL) in the Klippan Open final, to claim her first international title and a No.10 in the rankings.

1. Chiho HAMADA (JPN) – World No.1 (1)
2. Helen MAROULIS (USA) – Cerro Pelado No.1 (2)
3. Irina OLOGONOVA (RUS) – Yarygin GP No.1 (3)
4. Irina KHARIV (UKR) – World No.3 (4)
5. DONG Jiahui (CHN) – Paris GP No.1 (6)
6. Karima SANCHEZ RAMIS (ESP) – Cerro Pelado No.1 (8)
7. PUREVDORJ Orkhon (MGL) – Flatz Open No.1 (11)
8. ALTANTSETSEG Battsetseg (MGL) – Yarygin GP No.2 (9)
9. Aiym ABDILDINA (KAZ) – Yarygin No.3 (10)
10. Veronika CHUMIKOVA (RUS) – Klippan Open No.1 (nr
11. Evelina NIKOLOVA (BUL) – Klippan Open No.2 (17)
12. Katsiaryna HANCHAR (BLR) – Yarygin GP No.3 (14)
13. Becka LEATHERS (USA) – Klippan Open No.3 (nr)
14. Sandra PARUSZEWSKI (GER) – Klippan Open No.5 (nr)
15. Zalina SIDAKOVA (BLR) – German GP No.3 (15)
16. Aurelie BASSET (FRA) – Cerro Pelado No.2 (18)
17. Marwa AMRI (TUN) – Poland Open No.3 (13)
18. JONG In-Sun (PRK) – Asian Games No.5 (16)
19. Luisa VALVERDE MELENDRES (ECU) – Cerro Pelado No.3 (nr)
20. Dorsaf GHARSI (TUN) – Klippan Open No.5 (nr)

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