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Aug. 3, 2020 - Armed Forces Sports has notified USA Wrestling that an athlete who participated in the 2020 Armed Forces Wrestling Championships has had his results disqualified, thus changing the outcome of the competition, which was held at Naval Station Kitsap, Wash. from February 20-24.

2020 Armed Forces Sports Championships Cancellations
April 10, 2020 - As leadership continues to monitor the current COVID-19 guidance from the Department of Defense and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the Armed Forces Sports Council has made the decision to cancel all Armed Forces Sports Championships and events through September 30, 2020.  

Armed Forces Judo Identifies 2020 Tournament List
U.S. Army Capt. Anna Feygina, United States Armed Forces Military World Games team judo competitor, attempts to throw an opponent during the Conseil International du Sport Militaire Judo competion in Wuhan China, Oct. 20, 2019. The 7th MWG will feature military athletes from around the world with an estimated participation of more than 100 nations and more than 10,000 participants. (U.S. Department of Defense photo by Staff Sergeant James R. Crow)
Feb. 27, 2020 - The following events are identified in order for Judokas to compete in order to gain experience and earn qualifying points within USA Judo.  Visit the USA Judo Events page for further information of the specific events below.  These events are sanctioned events and competitors should be authorized permissive TDY/TAD with their respective command endorsement.  

Army wins first five bouts on way to 27-15 win over the Marines for 19th straight Armed Forces freestyle title
NAVAL BASE KITSAP, Wa. (Feb. 23, 2020) - 1LT Michael Hooker with the U.S. Army wrestling team competes against LCpl Ali Marciano with the U.S. Marine Corps wrestling team in the Freestyle event during the final round of the 2020 Armed Forces Sports Wrestling Championship at the Bremeton Fitness Complex. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ian Carver/RELEASED).
Feb. 25, 2020 - Defending champion Army won the first five matches of the championship finals, and went on to defeat the U.S. Marine Corps, 26-17 for its 19th straight men’s freestyle title at the Armed Forces Championships, held at Naval Base Kitsap on Sunday.


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