Aline Rotter-Focken

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Aline Focken (born 10 May 1991) is a German freestyle wrestler. She won the world title in the 69 kg division in 2014 and a bronze medal in the 67 kg category at the 2013 European Championships. At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, she competed in the 69 kg division where she finished in 9th place.[1]

Aline Focken
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Focken in 2011
Personal information
Full nameAline Rotter-Focken
Born10 May 1991 (1991-05-10) (age 29)
Krefeld, Germany
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight80 kg (176 lb)
Websitealine-focken.de
Sport
SportFreestyle wrestling
ClubKSV Germania, Krefeld
Coached byHans-Georg Focken

She started wrestling in 1996 under the guidance of her father, Hans-Georg Focken.[2]

Match resultsEdit

World Championships & Olympics & Ranking Games
Res. Record Opponent Head-to-Head Round Score Note Date Event Location Video
2019 UWW World   at 76 kg[3]
Win   Elmira Syzdykova 1-0 Bronze medal 3-0 September 19, 2019 2019 World Wrestling Championships   Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan [1]
Loss   Adeline Gray 0-1 Semifinals 2-5 September 18, 2019 [2]
Win   Alla Belinska 3-0 Quarerfinals 5-1 [3]
Win   Sabira Aliyeva 1-0 Round of 16 10-0 Win by Superiority [4]
Win   Kiran Bishnoi 1-0 Round of 32 5-4 [5]
2019 UWW European   at 76 kg[4]
Win   Kamilė Gaučaitė 1-0 Bronze medal 6-0 Win by fall April 11, 2019 2019 European Wrestling Championships   Bucharest, Romania [6]
Loss   Yasemin Adar 0-2 Semifinal 5-2 April 10, 2019 [7]
Win   Epp Mäe 1-1 Quarterfinal 8-4 [8]
Win   Alla Belinska 3-0 Round of 8 6-0 [9]
Win   Enrica Rinaldi 1-0 Qualification 11-0 [10]
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Win   Juan Wang 1-0 Bronze medal 7-2 2019 Dan Kolov - Nikola Petrov Tournament   Sofia, Bulgaria [11]
Loss   Yasemin Adar 0-2 Semifinal 6-5 Win by fall April 10, 2019 [12]
Win   Alla Belinska 3-0 Quarterfinal 12-1 [13]
Win   Boryana Tsvetkova Borisova 2-0 Round of 8 10-0 [14]
2018 UWW Ranking Games   at 76 kg[6]
Win   Iselin Maria Moen SOLHEIM 1-0 Bronze medal 8-0 May 24, 2019 24th International Tournament, City of Sassari   Sassari, Italy
Loss   Erica Elizabeth WIEBE 0-2 Semifinal 3-2
Win   Gulmaral Yerkebayeva 1-0 Quarterfinal 5-4
Win   Aline Da Silva Ferreira 1-0 Round of 8 4-3
2018 UWW World 8th at 76 kg[7]
Lose   Erica Wiebe 0-2 Quarterfinal 4-6 24 October 2019 2018 World Wrestling Championships   Budapest, Hungry [15]
Win   Cynthia Vescan 1-0 Round of 16 4-0 [16]
Win   Anastasia Shustova 1-0 Round of 32 12-0 [17]
2018 UWW World 8th at Klippan Lady Open 76][8]
Lose   Epp Mäe 1-1 Quarterfinal 2-6 16 February 2018 Klippan Lady Open 2018   Klippan, Sweden [18]
Win   Leah Mariem Lorraine Ferguson 1-0 Qualification 11-1 (4:43) [19]
2017 UWW World   at 69 kg[9]
Loss   Sara Dosho 0-1 Gold medal 0-3 August, 2017 2017 World Wrestling Championships   Paris, France [20]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rio 2016". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-09-22. Retrieved 2016-09-06.
  2. ^ Focken, Aline (GER). iat.uni-leipzig.de
  3. ^ "2019 World Wrestling Championships". United World Wrestling. September 2019.
  4. ^ "European Championship 2019". United World Wrestling. April 2019.
  5. ^ "Dan Kolov - Nikola Petrov". United World Wrestling. March 2019.
  6. ^ "World Championship 2018". United World Wrestling. October 2018.
  7. ^ "World Championship 2018". United World Wrestling. October 2018.
  8. ^ "Klippan Lady Open". United World Wrestling. May 2019.
  9. ^ "2017 World Wrestling Championships". United World Wrestling. August 2019.

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