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Question 1: Wrestlers also have the option of wearing ________ with their singlets.

Question 2:
Where does Collegiate wrestling come from?
United States

Question 3: Irish immigrants later brought this style to the ________ where it soon became widespread.
AlaskaUnited StatesPhilippinesCanada

Question 4: The ________ then prepares the wrestlers to begin the first period.
BowlsAssociation footballIce hockeyReferee

Question 5: There was also what became known as "catch-as-catch-can" wrestling, which had a particular following in ________ and the variant developed in Lancashire had a particular effect on future freestyle wrestling in particular.
EnglandGreat BritainScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 6: Most college wrestling tournaments are in ________ format.
Round-robin tournamentDouble-elimination tournamentSingle-elimination tournamentBracket (tournament)

Question 7: In 1900, the first intercollegiate dual meet took place between Yale University and the ________.
University of PennsylvaniaBrown UniversityRutgers UniversityCarnegie Mellon University

Question 8: These names help distinguish collegiate wrestling from other styles of wrestling that are practiced around the world such as those from of the Olympic Games: ________ and Greco-Roman wrestling.
SchwingenCatch wrestlingFreestyle wrestlingSambo (martial art)

Question 9: For most of the 20th century, collegiate wrestling was the most popular form of amateur wrestling in the country, especially in the ________ and the Southwest.
Northeastern United StatesMidwestern United StatesNew EnglandSouthern United States

Question 10: [1] As in both of the international styles, a wrestler can win the match by pinning both of his opponent's ________ or both of his opponent's scapulae (shoulder blades) to the mat.
ShoulderArmUpper limbWrist


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