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Whitney Conder

US Army Sergeant

SGT Whitney Conder is a military police corps noncommissioned officer who competes in the women’s freestyle wrestling 53-kilogram/116.5-pound division. She finished runner-up to reigning world champion and three-time world medalist Helen Maroulis at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials and will serve as an alternate for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. A sixth and seventh-place finisher in the Washington state high school boys wrestling championships for Puyallup High, Conder is a six-time member of the U.S. national team. An avid outdoor recreationalist, Conder enjoys rock climbing and break dancing.

Olympic Team - 2016 alternate 
World Championship Teams - 2011, 2014, 2015
Pan American Games Team - 2015

TOP ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials runner-up

  • 2015 Pan American Games gold medalist

  • 2015 U.S. World Team Trials champion

  • 2015 U.S. Open champion

  • 2007 Junior World champion 


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS


2015  Pan American Games Champion
          U.S. World Team Trials champion
          U.S. Open champion
          Dave Schultz Memorial International champion
          Guelph Open champion (Canada)

2014  U.S. World Team Trials champion
          U.S. Open champion
          U.S. World Team Trials champion
          Minnesota Storm Holiday Cup champion
          CISM World Military Championships – second
          Klippan Lady Open (Sweden) – second
          Golden Grand Prix (Azerbaijan) – fifth   
          World Championships – ninth

2013  Austrian Ladies Open champion
          U.S. World Team Trials – second 

2012  Pan Am Championships – second
          Klippan Lady Open – second
          Dave Schultz Memorial International – second
          Hari Ram Grand Prix (India) – third
          U.S. Open – third

2011  U.S. Open champion
          World Team Trials champion
          Grand Prix of Tourcoing (France) – second
          Dave Schultz Memorial International – second
          New York AC International Open – third
          Hargobind International (Canada) – third

2010  Open Cup of Russia – second 
          Pan American Championships – second
          Sunkist Kids International Open – second
          Dave Schultz Memorial International – third
          Hargobind International (Canada) – third
          U.S. Open - third

2009  Sunkist Kids International Open – second
          U.S. World Team Trials – third
          U.S. Nationals – third

2008  Hargobind International (Canada) – second
          U.S. World Team Trials – third
          FILA Junior Nationals – second
          Calgary Open champion (Canada)
          Nordhagen Junior International champion (Canada)

2007  Junior World champion
          FILA Junior Nationals Champion
          University Nationals - second

2006  FILA Junior Nationals – second 
          Junior Nationals – third


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