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Jul 20, 2021

[Answer] 5. Which sport or game do you associate with the following words of mat, takedown, pin, and Greco-Roman?

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...1. cycling 2. javelin throw 3. wrestling 4. boxing Wrestling is an ancient sport and a form of martial art. Ancient warriors wrestled to hone their skills and strengthen themselves. Usually two individuals approach each other on a mat (to cushion the falls) and try to take each other down by pinning. A winner is declared when one opponent cannot move or gives up. A takedown generally involves advancing on an opponent, getting him off balance, and landing on top of him when he hits the mat. When an opponent is controlled on the ground/mat, that is considered a pin. Winning a match may be determined by how long that person is pinned or pinning may just be used to rest before more exertion. Greco-Roman wrestling is an Olympic sport. It is usually the sport taught in schools and is not what you see on TV if you're watching the WWE, although many of the stunts that are performed are based on legitimate Greco-Roman moves.




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wrestling:


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