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Carol Huynh
  • Born: 11/16/1980
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 154cm
  • Weight: 48kg
  • Birthplace: Hazelton, BC
  • Hometown: Hazelton, BC

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A two-time Olympian, Carol Huynh reached the podium in both of her appearances, winning gold in the women’s 48kg division at Beijing 2008 before capturing bronze at London 2012.

Entering the 2012 Olympic Games, Huynh was an 11-time national champion (2000-02, 2004-11), a two-time Pan American Games champion (Rio de Janeiro 2007, Guadalajara 2011), the 2010 Commonwealth Games champion and a four-time world championship medallist (silver in 2001, bronze in 2000, 2005 and 2010).

She retired from competitive wrestling after the 2012 Games, and began coaching the junior program at the Calgary Dinos Wrestling Club. In September 2013, she was inducted into the FILA Hall of Fame. She also has been chosen as a United World Wrestling Super 8 Ambassador. The campaign focus on the development of women in wrestling worldwide. In addition to her sporting success, Huynh completed a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology through Athabasca University.

The middle child of five siblings, Huynh was born in Hazelton, British Columbia. She was the first Canadian-born child after her family immigrated as refugees from Vietnam. Huynh was introduced to wrestling by her high school coach.

 

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2008 BeijingOlympic Summer GamesWrestling - Freestyle48kg - Women - Gold
2012 LondonOlympic Summer GamesWrestling - Freestyle48kg - Women - Bronze
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