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Wrestling

Rules and history of wrestling
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Jacob Moore

on 29 February 2012

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Transcript of Wrestling

The Rules Popular throughout
history Can be tracked back 15,000 years The first National Wrestling tournament was held in New York in 1888 The first NCAA championships was held in 1912 in Ames, Iowa Created by the Greeks and Romans The Styles of Wrestling There are 3 different styles of wrestling Greco-Roman It is forbidden to hold the opponent below the belt, to use trips, and to actively use the legs in the execution of any moves. Free-style Clegtic Technical Violations

Going off the mat or forcing your opponent off the mat to avoid wrestling ("fleeing the mat.")
Grabbing clothing, the mat, or the headgear

Locked or overlapped hands: If you are down on the mat in control of your opponent, you cannot lock or overlap your hands, fingers or arms around your opponent's body or both legs unless you have met criteria for a near pin of your opponent, or your opponent stands up and has all his/her weight on two feet, or you have lifted the opponent off the mat.

Leaving the mat during the match without the referee's permission

Figure 4 head scissors from the neutral position.

Reporting to the mat not properly equipped or not ready to wrestle, or equipment that is detected as being illegal after the match has started

This style is practiced at the high school and
middle school levels,and also for younger participants. A mixture of both Clegtic and Greco Roman Wrestling Unnecessary roughness, unsportsmanlike, and conduct Flagrant Misconduct (ejection, the match is over)Stalling (you get one warning before you are penalized and points are awarded).Incorrect starting position or false start (You get two cautions before points are awarded).The first and second time you are penalized, your opponent is awarded one point. The third time you are penalized, your opponent is awarded two points. The fourth time you are penalized, you are disqualified. (Except for illegal starting position or false start - you are cautioned twice, then one point awarded for each infraction, but you will not be disqualified. In the event of Flagrant Misconduct, you are ejected from the match on the first offense, you lose the match, and 3 team points are deducted). Takedown - (2 points) You score two points for taking your opponent down to the mat and controlling him/her.
Escape - (1 point) You score one point for getting away or getting to a neutral position when your opponent has you down on the mat.
Reversal - (2 points) You score two points when your opponent has you down on the mat and you come from underneath and gain control of your opponent.

Near Fall (Back Points) - (2 or 3 points) You get near fall points when you almost but not quite get your opponent pinned. A near fall (near pin) is when...
both shoulders are held for two seconds within four inches of the mat, or...
one shoulder touches the mat and the other shoulder is at a 45 degree angle coming down to the mat, or...
the wrestler is held in a high bridge or back on both elbows.
If a near fall lasts for two seconds, you get 2 points. If a near fall lasts for 5 seconds, you get 3 points.
Penalty Points - (1 or 2 points) Your opponent is awarded points if you commit the following infractions.


Illegal Holds - There are several holds that the referee will penalize you for without warning. (There are other holds called "potentially dangerous holds" which the referee might make you let go of but will not penalize you for).
The history Wrestling
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