Paliha born 6 June is a Chinese freestyle wrestler. She won one of the bronze medals in the women's 72 kg event at the World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. She won the gold medal in the women's 75 kg event at the Asian Wrestling Championships both in and in This biographical article relating to a Chinese sport wrestler or wrestling coach is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Generations of enthusiasts keep Chinese wrestling alive in Tianjin
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Nearly every culture on the planet has some form of wrestling. Brazil has Brazilian jujitsu, and the United States has freestyle and folk-style, as well as pro wrestling and Mixed Martial Arts. In , when I was admitted to Shanghai University of Sport to pursue a PhD in wushu , I set out to conduct a cross-cultural comparison between Chinese shuai jiao wrestling and Western Olympic wrestling. Since all of us, pretty much, have two arms and two legs, the same techniques will make us all fall down.
Chinese vs Western wrestling: same impulse, different execution
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TIANJIN, April 26 Xinhua -- year-old Shi Hongwang and his three friends became obsessed with Chinese wrestling after watching a professional game in and immediately chipped in to buy a wrestling outfit. They also made a deal that one of them would only be allowed to wear it if they competed in a Chinese wrestling competition. A few years later, Shi became the national champion of Chinese wrestling.