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Live Stream and Facebook page set for Grand Prix Zagreb Open in Croatia on Saturday

By USA Wrestling | Feb. 02, 2018, 12 p.m. (ET)

Organizers of the Grand Prix Zagreb Open, set for Saturday, February 3 in Zagreb, Croatia, have announced that there will be a live stream from the Greco-Roman competition on Facebook.

The United States will enter nine athletes in the competition, including eight members of the U.S. Marine Corps team. The group is coached by U.S. Marine Corps head coach Jason Loukides.

The Croatian Federation has released the following links for fans to use in order to see the competition.

Mat A live stream

Mat B live stream

Mat C live stream

Finals live stream

United World Wrestling has also added the live streams to its event page for the Grand Prix Zagreb Open, where fans can access all four streams in one location.

UWW event page, with Grand Prix Zagreb streams

The organizers of the tournament have also developed a Facebook page with will provide highlights from the competition.

Grand Prix Zagreb Open Facebook Page

Zagreb is six hours ahead of U.S. Eastern time zone. Competition begins at 10:00 a.m. in Zagreb (4:00 a.m. in U.S. ET), with the finals set for 6:00 p.m. in Zagreb (12:00 noon in U.S. ET).

At Zagreb, Croatia, Feb. 3

Event Schedule (ET +6)

Saturday, Feb. 3
10 a.m. – Qualification, Repechage, Bronze Medal Matches
6 p.m. – Opening Ceremony, Gold Medal Matches.

U.S. Greco-Roman Roster
60 kg/132 lbs. – Xavier Johnson (Camp Lejeune, N.C. / U.S. Marines)
63 kg/138 lbs. – Colton Rasche (Emerald Isle, N.C. / U.S. Marines)
67 kg/148 lbs. – German Diaz Maldonado (U.S. Marines/Puerto Rico)
77 kg/170 lbs. – Peyton Walsh (Glen Allen, Va. / U.S. Marines)
77 kg/170 lbs. –Jayshon Wilson (Hubert, N.C. /U.S. Marines/Puerto Rico)
87 kg/192 lbs. – Vaughn Monreal-Berner (Camp Lejeune, N.C. / U.S. Marines)
97 kg/214 lbs. – Daniel Miller (Berlin, Md. / U.S. Marines)
97 kg/214 lbs. – Michael Rogers (Spring Mills, Pa. / U.S. Olympic Training Center)
130 kg/286 lbs. – Trent Osnes (Camp Lejeune, N.C. / U.S. Marines)

U.S. Delegation
Coach – Jason Loukides (Jacksonville, N.C.)
Referee – Dennis Thorson (Buffalo, N.Y.)