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Teague Moore was born on 24 March, 1976 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, is an American wrestler and coach.

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Age 44 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 24 March 1976
Birthday 24 March
Birthplace Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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2000

In 2000 Moore won the University Nationals in Freestyle at 54 kg. He defeated 2004 Olympic Silver medalist, Steven Abas of Fresno State, in the finals and was voted Outstanding Wrestler of the competition. Moore then went on to win Gold at the University World Championships held in Tokyo, Japan. At the 2000 Olympic Trials in Dallas, Texas he took third place becoming a US National Team Member. He represented the USA at the 2001 World Cup of Freestyle Wrestling held in Baltimore, Maryland. During the 2001-02 season he won the Manitoba Open in Canada with a victory over 2000 Olympic Silver Medalist, Sam Henson. That was followed up with a title at the 2002 Yasar Dogu International Open in Ankara, Turkey where he defeated 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist, Tomihiro Matsunaga of Japan in the finals. He then won the US Open at 55 kg defeating Jody Strittmatter in the finals. Then placed second at the US World Team Trials in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2003 Moore won a silver medal at the World Cup of Freestyle Wrestling held in Boise, Idaho representing the “World Select” team with a victory over 2001 World Bronze Medalist, Alexander Kontoev of Russia. In 2004 he won silver at the Ulan Ude International Open in Ulan Ude, Russia. Moore capped his international career off with a 3rd place finish at the 2004 US Olympic Trials in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Moore took 2nd place in the Real Pro Wrestling series, losing to 2000 Olympic Silver Medalist and 1997 World Champion, Sam Henson.

1998

After graduation from North Allegheny, Moore went to Oklahoma State University. In his years at Oklahoma State, he was a 3X Big 12 Finalist, winning the Big 12 2X. Moore also was a 4X NCAA Qualifier, 3X NCAA All-American. In 1998, Teague captured the 118 lbs Division 1 NCAA Wrestling Championship with a pin over David Morgan of Michigan State University. While at Oklahoma State he also competed and won the 1996 Espoir (20 & under) National Championships in Freestyle at 125.5 lbs. He defeated Eddie Jayne of Penn State University in the finals. He represented the USA that summer in Seoul, South Korea on the BIG XII Conference cultural exchange. In 1999 he was second place at the University (24 & under) Nationals in Freestyle at 58 kg, losing to Cody Sanderson of Iowa State in the finals.

1976

Teague Moore (born March 24, 1976 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a nationally recognized wrestler and coach. He captured the NCAA Championship in 1998. In the past decade he has made his away from assistant coach to head coach.