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Wrestling Mat A mat on which wrestling matches are conducted.
Wrestling Hold  

A hold used in the sport of wrestling.

 

Wrestling Match  

A match between wrestlers

 

Singlet  

Uniform used for wrestling that is designed to fit snug in order to not restrict movement.

 

 

Folkstyle Wrestling

 

Predominate form of scholastic wrestling in the United Sates. Found in high schools, colleges and clubs.
Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling  

A style practiced internationally and at the Olympic games.

 

Head Gear  

Used by a wrestler to help prevent ear injuries and bruises.

 

Neutral Position Starting position where both wrestlers are standing facing each other.
Wrestling shoes  

Shoes worn by the wrestler that are lightweight and tight fitting to promote freedom of movement.