Grappling is a fighting technique as well as a full-contact combat sport based on throws, trips, sweeps, clinch fighting, ground fighting and submission holds. Grappling contests often involve take downs and ground control, and may end when a contestant concedes defeat.
Grappling contests often involve take downs and ground control, and may end when a contestant concedes defeat. Should there be no winner after the match time-limit has lapsed, competition judges will determine the winner based on who exerted more control.
Grappling most commonly does not include striking or the use of weapons. However, some fighting styles or martial arts known especially for their grappling techniques teach tactics that include strikes and weapons either alongside grappling or combined with it.
Artak Vardanyan, an athlete of Armenian descent with ditto citizenship, lived in Ukraine until a few years ago and is an extremely skilled athlete in Greco-Roman wrestling.
He's known as the permanent coach of the national team as well as the Ukrainian wrestling federation. His passion for wrestling as well as for acrobatics are immeasurable and have brought him many titles, Ukrainian champion, silver medal at the world championship in 2014 and two-time world champion in 2018/2019.
His lessons are based on a deep insight into movement techniques, the wrestling culture that is specific to Ukraine and a towering modesty.
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