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Olympics: Monday's wrestling result for Hawaii native Keitani Graham

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 05:40 p.m. HST, Aug 06, 2012


Hawaii island native Keitani Graham lost his qualification match in the 84 kg division of the Greco-Roman wrestling competition at the London Olympics on Monday.

Representing the Federated States of Micronesia, the Punahou alumnus fell to Charles Edward Betts of the United States.

Alan Khugaev of Russia defeated Karam Mohamed Gaber Ebrahim of Egypt for the gold medal.







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MrRealistic wrote:
Awesome job just making it to the Olympics no matter what the final outcome.. Hey SB/Advertiser or what ever you call this paper, how about a daily results of all Athletes with Hawaii ties. Is that too much to ask?
on August 6,2012 | 01:13PM
opalaedo wrote:
Dual citizenship allows athletes the easiest way to qualify for the Olympics, nothing to do with allegiance. Nothing wrong with that. He made to the Olympics and that in itself is an achievement that we should be proud of. Let's not get so closed minded about it.
on August 6,2012 | 03:45PM
Kaimiloa wrote:
Ditto
on August 6,2012 | 06:25PM
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