Thomas Gilman Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Thomas Gilman?
Thomas Gilman is an American Freestyle Wrestler and former Folk Style Wrestler from Iowa. While Thomas Gilman was born in Iowa, his family moved to Nebraska and he attended Skutt Catholic High Schoolhigh school in Omaha.
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In his high school wrestling career Thomas Gilman would become the twentieth four-time Nebraska (NSAA) state champion in history and helped his school's team reach three state titles.
After Thomas Gilman graduated from high school, he would begin attending the university of Iowa and began competing for the university's team, the Iowa Hawkeyes.
There he would train under Terry Brands for his collegiate career. From there Thomas Gilman would go on to have a very successful collegiate career. He would graduate from university with a total record of 107 wins and 12 losses.
From there Thomas Gilman would dedicate his time and effort towards his freestyle career under the coaching of Cael Sanderson at the Nittany Lion Wrestling Club.
From there Thomas Gilman would go on to compete at multiple high level tournaments including the US National Championships, the World Championships, the Pan American Championships and even in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Thomas Gilman is known for his very physical wrestling style, always taking the center of the mat and trying to pressure his opponent with tons of pressure and strength. Thanks to his aggressive nature Gilman is considered to have the traditional Iowa style. He is often described as very tough and a brawler.
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How Old is Thomas Gilman?
Thomas Gilman was born on May 28, 1994 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States. This makes him 27 years old at the time of writing.
Thomas Gilman’s Family
Thomas Gilman is the son of Patrick and Cheri Gilman.
How Much is Thomas Gilman Worth?
Thomas Gilman is known as one of the richest amateur wrestlers. Thomas Gilman’s estimated net worth in 2021 is estimated to be $1 million to $3 million dollars.
How Tall is Thomas Gilman?
Thomas Gilmans stands at 5 foot 5 inches tall or 165 centimeters tall.
What is Thomas Gilman’s Reach?
Thomas Gilman’s reach is currently unknown.
How Much Does Thomas Gilman Weigh?
Thomas Gilman has competed in the 125 pound or 57 kg weight class and the 55 kilogram or 121 lbs weight class.
Thomas Gilman’s Fight List
Thomas Gilman’s record begins in his collegiate career where he went 23 wins and 5 losses while he was reshirting. As a freshman, Thomas Gilman went 7 and 2. In his Sophomore year Thomas Gilman went 31 and 6. In his Junior year Thomas Gilman went 28 and 2 with a perfect 17 win record at dual meets.
In the final year of his collegiate career, Thomas Gilman would end with 32 wins and just a single loss.
Thomas Gilman would also begin his freestyle wrestling career in 2013 at that year's US University Nationals. Thomas Gilman would defeat all but one of his opponent’s at this event and would take home the 3rd place medal.
After that Thomas Gilman would take a 4 year break from freestyle wrestling tournaments to focus on his collegiate career. Thomas Gilman would come back to freestyle wrestling in 2017 at the US Last Chance Qualifier WTT where he would defeat both his opponent’s to win gold.
Thomas Gilman would then go on to compete at the 2017 US World Team Trials where he would beat all 6 opponents to win gold in his division.
That same year Thomas Gilman would compete in the Spain Grand Prix and defeat all three of his opponents to win gold in his division.
Thomas Gilman would then compete in the 2017 World Championships and defeat 4 out of his 5 opponent’s to claim second place.
Thomas Gilman then competed at the 2017 Clubs World Cup and took home second place after beating 4 out of his 5 opponent’s.
At the 2018 World Cup Thomas Gilman would get gold as a part of team USA after beating 2 out of 4 of his opponent’s.
He would then compete at the 2018 Pan American Championships and beat 3 out of 4 of his opponents and take home bronze.
After competing in other tournaments that year, Thomas Gilman would finish off his 2018 year at the World Championships where he would beat only 2 out of his 4 opponents.
In 2019, Thomas Gilman would compete at the 2019 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix and he would defeat 3 out of 4 of his opponent’s to take home the bronze medal in his division.
At that year’s US Open Thomas Gilman would take home silver after beating his first 4 opponents but ultimately lose in the finals to Daton Fix.
After that the biggest tournament that Thomas Gilman would compete in is the 2020 Pan American Olympic Qualification, which he would defeat all of his opponent’s and win gold in.
At the 2020 US Olympic Team Trials Thomas Gilman would beat 5 out of 6 of his opponent’s and qualify for the team.
This would allow Thomas Gilman to compete at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo where he would first lose to Zaur Uguev and then go on to defeat Gulomjon Abdullaev and Reza Atri to get the bronze medal in his division.
Who Did Thomas Gilman Lose to?
Thomas Gilman has lost to, in order, Nico Megaludis, Yuki Takahashi twice, Reza Atri, Giorgi Edisherashvili, Reineri Andreu, Nurislam Sanayev, Süleyman Atlı, Abasgadzhi Magomedov, Georgi Vangelov, Daton Fix three times, Abubakar Mutaliev twice, Seth Gross, Islam Bazarganov, Zach Sanders and Zaur Uguev
What is Thomas Gilman’s Record?
In his university career, Thomas Gilman had a total record of 106 wins and 15 losses.
In his freestyle career, Thomas Gilman has a total record of 75 wins and 19 losses.
This gives Thomas Gilman a combined record of 215 matches with 181 wins and 34 losses. That means that Thomas Gilman has a win percentage of 84 percent.
What Titles Has Thomas Gilman Held?
Thomas Gilman won bronze at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
In 2017, Thomas Gilman won gold in his division at that year's Big Ten Championships.
Has Thomas Gilman Had Any Serious Injuries?
Thomas Gilman has had no major injuries of note.
Is Thomas Gilman Retired?
Thomas Gilman is not retired and has competed in the recent 2020 olympics in Tokyo and won the bronze medal.
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