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オリンピック レスリング 歴史

苦闘の末、前人未到の4連覇達成に喜びの様子の伊調馨選手 #リオ五輪 #レスリング

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Helen Maroulis celebrates winning the gold medal. (REUTERS/Toru Hanai) ▼18Aug2016TheWashingtonPost|Helen Maroulis beats Japanese legend for first gold in U.S. women’s wrestling history https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2016/08/18/helen-maroulis-beats-japanese-legend-for-first-gold-in-u-s-womens-wrestling-history/ #Rio2016 #Helen_Maroulis #ヘレン_マルーリス #هلن_مرولیس #Хелен_Марулис

USA Wrestling's Kyle Snyder takes home gold! He is the youngest wrestling medal winner in Team USA Olympic history.

The wrestling venue at the 1960 Olympics in Rome,Italy C o m m e n t If You'd Wrestle in this Arena !! ••••••••••••••••••••• #wrestling #history #historia #historic #historical #wrestlinghistory #wrestlinghistorian #past #thepast #rome #italy #italia #romeitaly #venue #venues #stadium

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Saori YOSHIDA - Japanese wrestler. Starting from 1998 she won every major competition, including three Olympic Games, four Asian Games, and 12 world championships, and became the most decorated athlete in the freestyle wrestling history. As of 2014, Yoshida had only two senior career losses, to Marcie Van Dusen (0–2) on January 20, 2008 at the Team World Cup series, and to Valeria Zholobova (1–2) on May 27, 2012 at the World Cup.

今日保存した最高の画像を何でもいいから貼ってけ - がぞ~速報

イタリアのベネチアにあるアカデミア美術館の所蔵

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Saori YOSHIDA - Japanese wrestler. Starting from 1998 she won every major competition, including three Olympic Games, four Asian Games, and 12 world championships, and became the most decorated athlete in the freestyle wrestling history. As of 2014, Yoshida had only two senior career losses, to Marcie Van Dusen (0–2) on January 20, 2008 at the Team World Cup series, and to Valeria Zholobova (1–2) on May 27, 2012 at the World Cup.

Relive the best of Team USA at Rio 🇺🇸 🏅

20-year-old @Snyder_man45 becomes youngest Olympic champion in U.S. history http://go.teamusa.org/2bsEO02 #Wrestling

Pictures of the Events in The Ancient Olympics

Olympics Sports Illustrated: Pankration