Borilački sport, danas postoje dva takmičarska stila, slobodni i grčko-rimski.
ETYM Old Eng. cloche, cloke, claw, Scot. clook, cleuck, also Old Eng. cleche claw, clechen, cleken, to seize; cf. AS. gelaeccan (where ge- is a prefix) to seize. Related to Latch a catch.
1. Connects or disconnects driving and driven parts of a driving mechanism.
2. The mechanism that operates a clutch, such as a pedal (in a car).
3. A tense critical situation.
4. A number of birds hatched at the same time.
ETYM See Grapple, and cf. Crapple.
1. An instrument, usually with hinged claws, for seizing and holding fast to an object; a grappling iron.
2. A seizing or seizure; the wrestler's hold.
ETYM A corruption of skirmish. Ld. Berners.
Practice play between a football team's squads.
A hoe that is used by pushing rather than pulling; SYN. scuffle hoe, Dutch hoe.
A struggle; a scuffle.
Sinonimi: rassling | grappling
The sport of hand-to-hand struggle between unarmed contestants who try to throw each other down; SYN. rassling, grappling.
Sport popular in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, and included in the Olympics from 704 BC. The two main modern international styles are Greco-Roman, concentrating on above-waist holds, and freestyle, which allows the legs to be used to hold or trip; in both The aim is to throw the opponent to the ground.
Many countries have their own forms of wrestling. Glima is unique to Iceland; Kushti is the national style practiced in Iran; Schwingen has been practiced in Switzerland for hundreds of years; and sumo is the national sport of Japan. World championships for freestyle wrestling have existed since 1951 and since 1921 for Greco-Roman style. Greco-Roman was included in the first modern Olympic program 1896; freestyle made its debut 1904. Competitors are categorized according to weight: there are ten weight divisions in each style of wrestling.