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Wrestling Rules June 2013 Eng Final

Wrestling Rules June 2013 Eng Final

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INTERNATIONAL WRESTLING RULES
GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLINGFREESTYLE WRESTLINGFEMALE WRESTLING
Version June 2013
 
 2
FOREWORD
Wrestling, like all other sports, obeys Rules that constitute the "Rules of the Game" and define itspractice, the aim of which is to "pin" the opponent or to win on points.Greco-Roman and Freestyle wrestling basically differ as follows:In Greco-Roman Wrestling, it is strictly forbidden to grasp the opponent below the belt line, or to triphim or to use the legs actively to perform any action.In Free Style wrestling, however, it is permissible to grasp the legs of the opponent, to trip him and touse the legs actively to perform any action. Female wrestling follows the rules of freestyle, forbiddinghowever the Double Nelsons.Beach Wrestling, Grappling, Pankration Athlima, Belt Wrestling, and Traditional Wrestling are subjectto specific regulations.Frequently modified and always subject to further modification, the Rules set forth herein must beknown and accepted by all wrestlers, coaches, referees and leaders. They call upon those whopractise the sport to fight totally and universally, with complete honesty and fair play for the pleasure of the spectators.
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL RULES ................................................................................................................ 5
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RTICLE
1
 
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O
BJECT
........................................................................................................... 5 A
RTICLE
2
 
 –
 
I
NTERPRETATION
.............................................................................................. 5 A
RTICLE
3
 
 –
 
 A
PPLICATION
.................................................................................................... 5
CHAPTER 1
 –
MATERIAL STRUCTURE ............................................................................. 5
  A
RTICLE
4
 
 –
 
T
HE
M
 AT
......................................................................................................... 5 A
RTICLE
5
 
 –
 
C
OMPETITOR
S
D
RESS
..................................................................................... 7 A
RTICLE
6
 
 –
 
C
OMPETITOR
S
L
ICENCE
................................................................................... 8 A
RTICLE
7
 
 –
 
 A
GE
,
 
W
EIGHT AND
C
OMPETITION
C
 ATEGORIES
.................................................. 8
CHAPTER 2
 –
COMPETITIONS AND PROGRAMMES ......................................................10
  A
RTICLE
8
 
 –
 
C
OMPETITION
S
YSTEM
....................................................................................10 A
RTICLE
9
 
 –
 
C
OMPETITION
P
ROGRAMME
.............................................................................13 A
RTICLE
10
 
 –
 
 A
WARD
C
EREMONIES
....................................................................................13
CHAPTER 3
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COMPETITION PROCEDURE .....................................................................13
  A
RTICLE
11
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W
EIGH
-I
N
......................................................................................................13 A
RTICLE
12
 
 –
 
D
RAWING OF
L
OTS
........................................................................................14 A
RTICLE
13
 
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S
TARTING
L
IST
..............................................................................................14 A
RTICLE
14
 
 –
 
P
 AIRING
........................................................................................................14 A
RTICLE
15
 
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E
LIMINATION FROM THE
C
OMPETITION
............................................................15
CHAPITRE 4
 –
REFEREEING BODY ..................................................................................15
  A
RTICLE
16
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C
OMPOSITION
................................................................................................15 A
RTICLE
17
 
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G
ENERAL
D
UTIES
..........................................................................................16 A
RTICLE
18
 
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R
EFEREE
S
D
RESS
........................................................................................17 A
RTICLE
19
 
 –
 
T
HE
R
EFEREE
...............................................................................................17 A
RTICLE
20
 
 –
 
T
HE
J
UDGE
...................................................................................................18 A
RTICLE
21
 
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T
HE
M
 AT
C
HAIRMAN
......................................................................................19 A
RTICLE
22
 
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T
HE
J
URY OF
 A
PPEAL
....................................................................................20 A
RTICLE
23
 
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P
ENALTIES AGAINST THE
R
EFEREEING
B
ODY
..................................................20
CHAPTER 5
 –
THE BOUT ...................................................................................................21
  A
RTICLE
24
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D
URATION OF THE
B
OUT
.................................................................................21 A
RTICLE
25
 
 –
 
C
 ALL TO THE
M
 AT
..........................................................................................21 A
RTICLE
26
 
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P
RESENTATION OF
W
RESTLERS
.....................................................................21 A
RTICLE
27
 
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S
TART
..........................................................................................................21 A
RTICLE
28
 
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I
NTERRUPTING THE
B
OUT
..............................................................................22 A
RTICLE
29
 
 –
 
E
ND OF THE
B
OUT
.........................................................................................22 A
RTICLE
30
 
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I
NTERRUPTING AND
C
ONTINUING THE
B
OUT
....................................................23 A
RTICLE
31
 
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T
YPES OF
V
ICTORIES
.....................................................................................23 A
RTICLE
32
 
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T
HE
C
OACH
..................................................................................................24 A
RTICLE
33
 
 –
 
T
HE
C
HALLENGE
...........................................................................................24 A
RTICLE
34
 
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T
EAM
R
 ANKING DURING
I
NDIVIDUAL
C
OMPETITIONS
.........................................25 A
RTICLE
35
 
 –
 
R
 ANKING
S
YSTEM DURING
T
EAM
C
OMPETITIONS
.............................................26
CHAPTER 6
 –
POINTS FOR ACTIONS AND HOLDS .........................................................27
  A
RTICLE
36
 
 –
 
E
VALUATION OF THE
I
MPORTANCE OF THE
 A
CTION OR
H
OLD
............................27 A
RTICLE
37
 
 –
 
D
 ANGER
P
OSITION
........................................................................................28

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