Day 7 Recap: Scott wins bronze, Dlagnev, Herbert fall short

LONDON — U.S. freestyle coach Zeke Jones called the latter part of Saturday’s first session a “train wreck” for the U.S. men’s freestyle team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

After winning its first five matches and pushing two wrestlers into the semifinals, the U.S. suffered three straight losses and all hope for a gold medal on Saturday was dashed in a span of 30 minutes.

Still, the U.S. entered Saturday night’s session with a chance to earn three bronze medals, but went 1-2, with only Coleman Scott winning and claiming a bronze medal at 60 kilos. Continue reading at

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