Greco-Roman


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of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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According to the results, the studies which are examined about wrestlers' features or abilities should be separate as Greco-Roman and Freestyle.
For Sunday's 75kg Greco-Roman tournament, Russia's Roman Vlasov took home his second gold medal after (http://www.
In the Greco-Roman 71kg division, Egypt's Adham Ahmed Salah finished in seventh place.
divine acts) in Greco-Roman histories, concluding that "for ancient Greco-Roman historians, history is theology" (33, emphasis original).
Soner DemirtaE- won Turkey's sole bronze medal in the 74 kg Greco-Roman category on Wednesday.
The final day of wrestling at the Asian Wrestling Championships will be held today with competition in Greco-Roman 66kg, 75kg, 80kg, 98kg and 130kg.
This can be called a conference publication, but from an unusually slow-moving conference: the Seminar on Meals in the Greco-Roman World, which convened each year between 2002 and 2010 at the annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature.
The national team of Kyrgyzstan has won 3 medals during the First Youth Olympic Games in 2010 in Singapore: gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling and two bronze medals in judo and Greco-Roman wrestling.
Early Christian ethics in interaction with Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts.
Angana, from Zamboanga City, and Balabal of Tinoc, Ifugao, won in the 55-kg and 88-kg weight class, respectively of Greco-Roman wrestling in 2011 to match their golden performance two years ago.
IRAN'S Saeid Morad Abdvali was in tears as his 20-month Greco-Roman winning streak ended in a controversial defeat to defending lightweight champion Steeve Guenot.
30am WEIGHTLIFTING Men's +105kg Group A 7pm WRESTLING Men's 66kg Greco-Roman final 7.
GREATEST OLYMPIAN Aleksandr Karelin Nicknamed "Alexander the Great", Karelin started wrestling at 13 years old in Siberia and went on to win three successive Greco-Roman Olympic golds.
TUNIS (TAP) - Tunisian wrestlers have been crowned on Friday African Champions in Greco-Roman Wrestling after winning 4 gold medals at the 30 African Wrestling Championships held May 27-29 in Dakar.
Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and Christianity.