Greco-Roman wrestling

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Noun1.Greco-Roman wrestling - a style of wrestling where the wrestlers are forbidden to tackle or trip or use holds below the waist
rassling, wrestling, grappling - the sport of hand-to-hand struggle between unarmed contestants who try to throw each other down
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The Minister was concerned that India would stand to loose at least 30 medals in the next Commonwealth Games due to the exclusion of sports discipline like Archery, Greco Roman Wrestling, Team events in shooting etc.
Greco Roman wrestling Olympian Dan Henderson; Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion Clark Gracie; two-time NCAA wrestling champion, U.
The youngsters were introduced to the Olympic sports of Freestyle and Greco Roman Wrestling and received expert tuition from Tyneside-based wrestler Terence Bosson, who last year won England's first medal in 16 years at Greco Roman style wrestling.
Even to get a decent view of a Greco Roman wrestling match was expensive.
Sonnen was an all-American wrestler at Oregon, a two-time University National Champion in Greco Roman wrestling and a United States Olympic Team alternate.
CROWD CONTROL: Armed guards and stewards keep the spectators in order at the artistic gymnastics event (above) and the highly popular Greco Roman wrestling (below) * ALL ALONE : A spectator at the weightlifting event at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex rests her vocal chords after asking the person next to her for a look at their programme
Earlier, Indian wrestler Rajender Kumar beat Pakistani wrestler Azhar Hussain in the final match of Greco Roman wrestling competition in the 55 kilogram category here.