The 2032 Brisbane Olympics will be the first time that Greco-Roman wrestling has been included in the Olympic Games since the 2004 Athens Olympics. Greco-Roman wrestling is a form of wrestling that is contested between two competitors, with the aim of pinning the opponent’s shoulders to the mat. It is one of the oldest forms of wrestling, and has been a part of the Olympic Games since the first modern Olympics in 1896.
History of Greco-Roman Wrestling
Greco-Roman wrestling has its roots in Ancient Greece, where it was a popular form of entertainment. It was also a part of the ancient Olympic Games, and was included in the first modern Olympics in 1896. The rules of Greco-Roman wrestling have changed over the years, but the basic premise remains the same. The aim of the sport is to pin the opponent’s shoulders to the mat, and the winner is the first to do so.
Greco-Roman Wrestling at the 2032 Brisbane Olympics
At the 2032 Brisbane Olympics, Greco-Roman wrestling will be contested in both the men’s and women’s divisions. The competition will be held over three days, with the men’