Wrestling is the oldest of all the Olympic Sports, with its history dating back to the year 5000 B.C. Virtually every archaeological study in whatever society has revealed evidence in wrestling. The sport of wrestling as a reflection of the culture of the Canadian Indian and Eskimo, was of a simplistic nature, with no written rules or regulations and very few skill requirements. From these very primitive beginnings, wrestling has evolved into a highly intense and technical, international sport today.
There are three formal styles of wrestling conducted under the international Amateur Wrestling Federation (F.I.L.A) auspices today.

They are as follows :

Freestyle Wrestling

  • A modern style of combative competed in at the World and Olympic Games.
  • Freestyle allows the use of the “ total body “ in the execution of technique.

Greeco Roman Wrestling

  • A modern style of combative competed in at the World and Olympic Games.
  • Freestyle allows the use of the “ total body “ in the execution of technique.

Sambo Wrestling

  • A modern style of combative competed in at the World and Olympic Games.
  • Freestyle allows the use of the “ total body “ in the execution of technique.
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