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I have a hypothetical question. If a wrestler certifies in Nov at 182 lbs, is this his/her lowest weight for the rest of the season? Or, can a wrestler recertify at a later date, at a lower weight?

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You have to look at their weight loss plan.  If they came in at 182, the plan will show their descent every day until they get to 7% body fat, at which time they can't go any lower.  There is an appeals process if you don't like the results of your assessment, but you only have 72 hours from the time of the initial assessment to request the appeal.  After 72 hours, you lose the ability to appeal and are stuck with the initial assessment.

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6 hours ago, Scarf said:

You have to look at their weight loss plan.  If they came in at 182, the plan will show their descent every day until they get to 7% body fat, at which time they can't go any lower.  There is an appeals process if you don't like the results of your assessment, but you only have 72 hours from the time of the initial assessment to request the appeal.  After 72 hours, you lose the ability to appeal and are stuck with the initial assessment.

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