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Adeline Gray Record, Net Worth, Age, Weight, And More!

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Who Is Adeline Gray?

Adeline Gray is an American Freestyle wrestler. She competes at 76 kilograms, and holds the titles of five time world champion and two time Olympian. She is the first American wrestler to win five world championships, and is the first American woman to win back to back wrestling world titles since Tricia Saunders did so in 1998 and 1999.

Who Is Adeline Gray?

Adeline Gray is an American Freestyle wrestler. She competes at 76 kilograms, and holds the titles of five time world champion and two time Olympian. She is the first American wrestler to win five world championships, and is the first American woman to win back to back wrestling world titles since Tricia Saunders did so in 1998 and 1999.

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Adeline was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Outside of her competition career, she has worked hard to combat sexism in womens wrestling, fighting for equal recognition and participation for women who compete at elite levels such as college and Olympic wrestling.

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How Old Is Adeline Gray?

Born January 15, 1991, Adeline Gray is 30 years old.

Adeline Gray’s Family

Adeline Gray is the daughter of George and Donna Gray. She has three younger sisters Gabriella, Izabella, and Geneva who is also a wrestler. Adeline Gray has been married to Damaris Sanders since 2017.

How Much Is Adeline Gray Worth?

Adeline Gray has an estimated net worth between $100,000-$1 Million.

How Tall Is Adeline Gray?

Adeline Gray stands at 5 feet and 8 inches tall.

How Much Does Adeline Gray Weigh?

Adeline Gray weighs and competes at 76 kilograms, or 167 pounds.

Adeline Gray Match List

In her first major professional competition, Adeline competed in the 2012 Women’s World Wrestling Championships in Canada. Her first match was against Dzhanan Manolova and Adeline started the match a bit slow. She was able to pick it up and score a takedown to win the first period. In the second period she was able to turn her opponent in a leg lace to score more points, and defended the rest of the match to secure the win.

Her next match of the tournament was against Yoshiko Inoue of Japan. Inoue scored first in the match, and was the only opponent to score on Adeline throughout the tournament. Adeline quickly came back and scored on a push out which secured her win of the first period. Adeline dominated with control in the second period and racked up more points with a leg lace which led to her victory.

Making it to the semi-finals, Adeline now faced Kaur Navjot of India. Adeline came out extremely confident and quickly took control of Navjot. Adeline achieved the takedown and then pulled off a standing tilt to a stack for a pin finish.

Making it to the finals, Gray faced off against crowd favorite, 19 year old Dorothy Yeats of Canada. Yeats was the 2012 Junior World Champion, and had impressive skill. In an exciting match, Gray was able to rack up points and maintain control throughout the majority of the match, and was able to secure the pin with 4 seconds left, leading her to her first world championship.

In the 2016 Summer Olympics, Gray competed in the 75 kg division. Her first match was against Andrea Olaya of Columbia who she beat, but ended up losing to Vasilisa Marzaliuk of Belarus in her quarterfinal match.

After taking a year off due to injuries, she returned to competition in 2018 and won another gold at the 2018 World Wrestling Championships. Shortly after she won gold at the 2019 Pan American Wrestling Championships. Later on in 2019, she won her fifth gold medal at the World Wrestling Championships, becoming the first American Wrestler to do so.

Moving forward in her career, Gray won silver at the 2020 Pan American Wrestling Championships. She won her first 2 matches and was set to have her gold medal match against Justina Di Stasio of Canada, but had to withdraw from the match due to having fractured ribs.

After recovering from her injuries Adeline jumped back into competition at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials. Gray beat Kylie Welker twice, qualifying to represent the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Adeline won ehr first match in the Olympics against Zaineb Sgaier who was the 2020 African Wrestling Champion. She won by fall.

Moving on to the quarter finals, Gray defeated former world champion and four-time European Champion Yasemin Adar by points. Gray went on to defeat Asian Wrestling Championships finalist Aiperi Medet Kyzy by points in the semi-finals. Gray was defeated by Aline Rotter-Focken by points in the gold medal match, earning herself a silver medal in her first Olympic run.

In addition to her wrestling career and her fight against sexism in the sport, Adeline Gray is also the first female wrestler to have her own signature shoe. Endorsed by Asics, the shoe is called ASICS Aggressor 3 L.E. Adeline Gray. It is a special addition wrestling shoe that was designed by Adeline herself.

Adeline Gray Best Match Of All Time

Adeline Gray’s best match of all time is widely considered to be the match where she won her first world championship in 2012. After many exciting and successful matches throughout the tournament, she faced the 2012 Junior World Champion, Canadian Dorothy Yeats. Dorothy was only 19 years old and was definitely the crowd favorite. Adeline came out strong scoring points with a throw and a takedown in the first period. She continued to maintain control throughout the second period, and then scored another takedown and a pin to win in the third. This was just the start of this rising star's wrestling career.

Who Did Adeline Gray Lose To?

Adeline Gray has lost to Xiluo Zhuoma, Zhang Fengliu, Vasilisa Marzaliuk, Justina Di Stasio, and Aline Rotter-Focken.

Adeline Gray’s Record

Adeline Gray has a professional record of 40-5. Other achievements include 5 world finals, 5 national finals, 1 Olympic finals, and 1 highest world ranking.

Adeline Gray Injuries

Adeline Gray spent the entire 2017 season recuperating from injuries, missing the 2017 World Championships. She also had to withdraw from her gold medal match against Justina Di Stasio at the 2020 Pan American Wrestling Championships due to multiple fractured ribs.

Is Adeline Gray Retired?

No, Adeline Gray is not retired. Just most recently competed in the 2021 Olympics.

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