Wrestling, one of the oldest and most universal forms of human competition, is a combat sport involving grappling techniques such as clinch fighting, throws and takedowns, joint locks, pins, and other grappling holds. The sport can either be theatrical for entertainment (see professional wrestling) or genuinely competitive and is found in a wide range of cultures worldwide


Freestyle Wrestling

This Olympic style allows wrestlers to use their legs for both offense and defense and to score points for exposures, takedowns, and controlling an opponent. It’s practiced worldwide and is known for its dynamic techniques and fast-paced action.

Greco-Roman Wrestling

Another Olympic style, Greco-Roman wrestling, prohibits holds below the waist, emphasizing upper body strength and technique. This style showcases throws, lifts, and other forms of upper-body attacks.

Modern Wrestling

Today, wrestling remains a popular and highly competitive sport worldwide. It is a staple of the Olympic Games and other international competitions, such as the World Wrestling Championships. Wrestling’s inclusion in schools, colleges, and clubs across the globe underscores its enduring appeal and the valuable physical and mental discipline it instills in participants.

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On July 1, 2001 Army Sports Institute was established to tap vast talent pool of sportsmen serving in the Army