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Biography - Tamyra Mensah-Stock, CO

2019-20 Team USA Ranking: No. 1 at 68 kg/149.5 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 4 (2015-19)
Residence: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Club: Titan Mercury WC
College: Wayland Baptist Univ.
High School: Katy, Texas (Morton Ranch)
Born: Oct. 11, 1992
Height: 5-9

Past Senior World Teams
2019 Senior Worlds (gold at 68kg), 2018 Senior Worlds (bronze at 68kg), 2017 Senior Worlds (9th at 69kg)

Past Age-Group World Teams
2014 University Worlds (silver at 67kg)

Career Highlights:

  • 2019 World champion
  • 2018 World bronze medalist
  • 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion
  • 2017 U.S. World Team Trials champion
  • 2018 and 2019 Final X champion
  • 2016 and 2018 U.S. Open champion
  • Three-time Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion in Russia (2017-19)
  • First American athlete to win three Yarygin golds
  • 2019 Pan American Championships champion
  • Second in 2015 World Team Trials
  • Second in 2017 U.S. Open
  • 2015 University Nationals champion
  • 2014 and 2017 WCWA Nationals champion for Wayland Baptist
  • Two-time Texas state high school champion2018 World bronze medalist

Career Biography:
2020: Pan American Championships champion… Second in Matteo Pellicone Ranking Tournament (Italy)…
2019: World Champion… Pan American Games champion… Final X champion… City of Sassari International champion (Italy)… Pan American Championships champion… Dan Kolov International champion (Bulgaria)… Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion (Russia)…
2018: World bronze medalist… Third in Poland Open… Final X champion… U.S. Open champion… Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion (Russia)… Third in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)…
2017: Second in Russia Cup… Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International (Nov. 2017)… Grand Prix of Spain champion… U.S. World Team Trials champion… Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion (Russia)… Second in U.S. Open…
2016: Second in UWW Golden Grand Prix Finals (Azerbaijan)… Third in Grand Prix of Spain… Third in Canada Cup… Third in 2nd World Olympic Games Qualifier (Turkey)… Third in 1st World Olympic Games Qualifier (Mongolia)… U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion… Fifth in Pan American Olympic Games Qualifier… Third in Olympic Test Event (Brazil)… U.S. Open champion…
2015: Second in Bill Farrell International… Second in Grand Prix of Spain… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… University Nationals championNordhagen Classic champion (Canada)
2014: Third in Bill Farrell International… Second in University World Championships… Third in U.S. Open…
2013: Second in Olympia 2013 Tournament (Greece)… Second in U.S. Open… Third in University Nationals…
College: 2014 and 2017 WCWA Women’s College national champion for Wayland Baptist… Third in 2013 WCWA Nationals… Fourth in 2012 WCWA Nationals… Coached by Aaron Meister and Johnny Cobb… Her sister Tarkiya was a teammate with her on the Wayland Baptist team…
Age-Group Achievements: Second in 2010 Junior Nationals… Second in 2010 USA Wrestling Junior Girls Folkstyle Nationals…
High School: 2010 and 2011 Texas girls state champion for Morton Ranch High School… Second in 2009 Texas girls state championships…
Personal: Married to Jacob Stock…
Awards: 2019 United World Wrestling Women’s Wrestler of the Year… Outstanding Wrestler at 2017 U.S. World Team Trials…

Instagram: @mensahtamyrastock
Twitter: @MensahTamStock