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  1. #73

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    yes i agree with you pinartist, i belive they are soo good because they have mulitple world champs at each weight, besides in your own experience do you get better wrestling ppl you cna beat or wrestling ppl who beat you?

  2. #74

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    true, it is very beneficial for the country. If you look at 84 kg weightclass for example, u have ketoev, sajidov and saitiev - and for certain years any of those guys could have gone on to win the world title but russians got to choose the one with the highest probability and the other two which would be the toughest competion had to stay at home - wheres if they competed for other countries, they would give the number 1 guy a run for his money.

  3. #75

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    When Russian athletes lose to ex-Russian athletes (ie Farniev losing to Shahin, everyone losing to Taymazov) this seems like a disadvantage for the Russian team, not an advantage. Russian athletes do NOT always beat ex-Russian athletes, I'm sure more knowledgeable posters could give other examples of ex-Russians winning world titles where the Russian team member could not.

    It might be considered an advantage to the sport of wrestling as a whole, though, as more of the world's beat wrestlers are actually able to compete at a world championship.

  4. #76

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    i was wondering if anyone can go at a training camp in russia?this seems like the topic to put tis question......i'm from romania

  5. #77

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    please if anyone has information on training in russia please post it here or start a new thread.

  6. #78

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    To answer your question it can be done but it takes alot of preparation. Although I'm a judo/sambo guy as opposed to FS/GR, I take teams to train in Russia every other year. I have done this ten times so far. This May I'm joining my Russian friends at a camp in the Crimea at the Ukrainian Olympic Wrestling Center on the Black Sea.
    Igor Kurinnoy Moscow, Russia (8x World Sambo Champion) is one of my best friends.

  7. #79

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    I'm not American i m European

  8. #80

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    i need a lot of help! i'm 6ft 1in tall and weigh 162lbs, my body fat percentage is only 8.2% and i'm 17 in 11th grade. this is my first year wrestling and i work out all the time. but i'm constantly getting pinned and not by the same guy all the time. i believe my biggest problem is how tall i am and how not extremely built i am but all my friends say that that's not a problem at all. i have no idea what to do and the only other guy that's taller than me on my high school team also is huge and very very strong so basically i have no one i know to help make my physical attributes and advantage. what do i do?

  9. #81

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steele View Post
    i need a lot of help! i'm 6ft 1in tall and weigh 162lbs, my body fat percentage is only 8.2% and i'm 17 in 11th grade. this is my first year wrestling and i work out all the time. but i'm constantly getting pinned and not by the same guy all the time. i believe my biggest problem is how tall i am and how not extremely built i am but all my friends say that that's not a problem at all. i have no idea what to do and the only other guy that's taller than me on my high school team also is huge and very very strong so basically i have no one i know to help make my physical attributes and advantage. what do i do?
    Don't be so concerned w/ size/strength at this point. Figure out what TECHNIQUE that guy is using, and learn the defense to it. If you don't know, ask your coach.
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

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