Name: Adeline Gray
Sport: Wrestling
Discipline(s): Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling
Weight Class: 76 kg/167 lbs.
Height: 5-10
DOB: 1/15/1991
Hometown: Denver, Colo.
High School: Lakewood, Colo. (Bear Creek), Marquette, Mich. and Chatfield, Colo.
College: DeVry, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
Team/Club: New York AC
Coach(es): Terry Steiner
Olympic Experience
  • 2016 Olympian
World Championship Experience
  • Four-time Senior World champion (2012, 2014, 2015, 2018)
  • Two-time Senior World bronze medalist (2011, 2013)
  • Eight-time Senior World Team member (2009, 2011-2015, 2018-19)
  • 2012 University World champion
  • 2008 Junior World champion
  • 2011 Junior World silver medalist
  • Three-time Junior World Team member (2008, 2009, 2011)
Other Career Highlights
  • Two-time Pan American Championships champion (2018, 2019)
  • 2015 Pan Am Games champion
  • Four-time U.S. Open champion (2009, 2011, 2015, 2018)
  • Three-time World Cup champion (2014, 2015, 2018)
Personal: Daughter of George and Donna Gray...Has three sisters, Geneva, Izabella and Gabriella...Married to Damaris Sanders since 2017...U.S. Olympic Training Center resident-athlete...Sports Agent includes Denege Prudhomme with Stanton & Co...Serves as the assistant women’s wrestling coach for Wyoming Seminary
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2019: Final X champion… Pan American Championships champion…

2018: World champion… Second in Grand Prix of Spain… Final X champion… Women’s World Cup team member… Pan-American gold medalist … U.S. Open champion… Flatz Open champion (Austria)…Klippan Lady Open champion (Sweden)…World Cup champion…
2017
: Second in Russia Cup… Dave Schultz Memorial International champion (Nov.) …

2016: Bill Farrell International champion… Seventh in Olympic Games… U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion…Olympic Test Event champion (Brazil)…

2015: Undefeated 7-0 in India Professional Wrestling League… World champion… U.S. World Team Trials champion… U.S. Open champion… World Cup champion… Cerro Pelado International champion (Cuba)…

2014: World champion… Second in Golden Grand Prix (Azerbaijan)… U.S. World Team Trials champion… World Cup champion… Third in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)…

2013: Second in New York AC International… SFU International Open champion (Canada)… Third in World Championships… U.S. World Team Trials champion… Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International…

2012: Henri Deglane Challenge champion (France)… New York AC International silver medalist… World Championship gold medalist… U.S. World Team Wrestle-Off champion… Canada Cup silver medalist… Women’s World Cup Team member (7th Place)… U.S. Olympic Team alternate… Klippan Lady Open champion (Sweden)…

2011: New York AC International Open champion… World Championships bronze medalist… Non-Olympic Weights World Team Trials champion… U.S. World Team Trials runner-up… Mongolia National Championships gold medalist… U.S. Open champion… Fifth in Alexander Medved International (Belarus)… Dan Kolov International champion (Bulgaria)…

2010: Women’s World Cup Team member (Silver)… Klippan Open champion (Sweden)… Dave Schultz Memorial International champion…

2009: New York AC International Open champion… Sunkist Kids International Open champion… Fifth in World Championships… Canada Cup bronze medalist… U.S. World Team Trials champion… U.S. Open champion… Women’s World Cup Team member (5th place) … Dave Schultz Memorial International champion…

2008: U.S. World Team Trials runner-up…

High School: Wrestled Varsity for three years for Coach Steve Burdick at Bear Creek High School…

Age-group Achievements: University World champion (2012)… University Nationals Champion (2012)… FILA Junior World silver medalist (2011)… FILA Junior Body Bar champion (2011)… Ninth at Junior World Championship (2009)… Three-time Junior Fargo Nationals champion (2007, 2008, 2009)… Two-time FILA Junior Body Bar champion (2008, 2009) … Junior World champion (2008)… FILA Cadet and Junior Body Bar champion (2008)… Junior Folkstyle National champion (2008)… Cadet Klippan Ladies Open gold medalist (2008)… FILA Cadet Body Bar runner-up (2007)… Third at Junior Fargo Nationals (2006)… Fifth at FILA Cadet Bar Body (2006)… 

Awards: 2014 and 2015 USA Wrestling Women’s Wrestler of the Year… Finalist for 2015 USOC Female Olympic Athlete of the Year… 2009 ASICS High School Wrestler of the Year…

Note: Gray’s fourth World title ties her with Tricia Saunders, Jordan Burroughs and John Smith with the most World titles by a U.S. wrestler… Her sixth World medal puts her second in U.S. women’s history, behind only Kristie Davis (9)… Only Gray (2014, 2015) and Tricia Saunders (1998, 1999) have won back-to-back World titles among U.S. women… Gray is the only U.S. woman to win World titles at the Senior, University and Junior levels…