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Graeco-Roman

(esp US), Greco-Roman
1. of, characteristic of, or relating to Greek and Roman influences, as found in Roman sculpture
2. denoting a style of wrestling in which the legs may not be used to obtain a fall and no hold may be applied below the waist
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Kyrgyzstan national team won 8 medals in the Greco-Roman wrestling and took the 1st place for the 1st time in the team event.
In the 72-kg weight class, Iranian Greco-Roman wrestler Farshad Belafkeh ranked third after defeating his Belarusian adversary.
The Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling have rich history and unique traditions.
Al-Jaish also won the first place in Greco-Roman wrestling with 49 points.
The present study has found differences for mesomorph values, elastic strength, agility and linear speed abilities between Greco-Roman and Freestyle wrestlers.
The postage stamp, having a shape of Olympic ring, depicts the Olympic champion of Rio-2016, the best athlete of Armenia of 2016, the Greco-Roman wrestler Artur Aleksanyan.
com/news/ismael-borrero-wins-olympic-gold-medal-59kg-greco-roman-wrestling) defeated Japan's Shinobu Ota 8-0 in the Greco-Roman 59kg Gold Medal Match on Sunday, making Borrero's gold medal the first gold medal win for Cuba in any sport during this year's games.
The most significant victory was achieved by Egypt's Haitham Fahmy in the Greco-Roman 59kg division, in which he acquired a silver medal, with the gold medal going to Japan's Kenichiro Fumita.
This revision of a 2013 London School of Theology dissertation seeks to demonstrate that Jewish writings, particularly Israel's Scriptures, rather than Greco-Roman works, have pervasively shaped the theology, literary presentation, and ideology of Luke-Acts (22).
In April, the Winnipeg Art Gallery opened its doors to Olympus: The Greco-Roman Collections of Berlin exhibit, taking crowds back more than 2,000 years to the height of the Greco-Roman world.
The country's other gold medal was won by Turkish Greco-Roman wrestler Ryza Kayaalp on Saturday in the 130 kg event.
Elmurat Tasmuradov of Uzbekistan beat Yuh Won Choi of North Korean to win gold in the Greco-Roman 59kg category at the Asian Wrestling Championships at Aspire yesterday.