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Gabriel Tagg Wins Bronze at Junior World Wrestling Championships


Gabriel Tagg won bronze at the Junior World Championships after defeating his opponent from Georgia, 15-4 in the bronze medal match Wednesday. Tagg began his match down 4-0, but used a takedown and turn sequence to work all the way back to a tech fall. His win marks the first wrestler to become a world medalist in the era at UNC. (GoHeels.com)

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