Greco-Roman wrestling, it is also French and classic wrestling, is a European martial art style, in which athletes must use their entire technical arsenal to unbalance rivals and press their shoulder blades to the carpet. The main difference between this type of wrestling and free-style wrestling is the ban on grabbing the legs with your hands and using such techniques as kicks, hooks, and steps.
The classical struggle arose in Ancient Greece, gained development in the Roman Empire, and gained its modern look in France. Continue reading
Handball is a team Olympic sport where matches are held with a special ball in the format of 7 for 7 players.
The peculiarity of the game is that the lead, passes and shots are carried out by hand, but should not be confused with basketball, volleyball or American football.
Today, handball is a full-fledged independent sport with its multi-million dollar target audience.
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Obstacle race, also known as steeplechase, is a difficult running track and field discipline, which refers to the average distance of 3000 meters. It is such a distance to the finish line that athletes run at Olympic competitions today. In commercial competitions that are not related to the official international athletics program, other distances are possible, for example, at 800, 1500, 5000 meters, etc.
Obstacle race includes the following elements:
overcoming a hole with water; Continue reading