Wrestlers battle for supremacy in Harbin
Updated : 2019-05-06
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
The 2019 U20 International Wrestling Championship kicked off in Harbin, in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province on May 4.
The championship will last seven days and run until May 10 and will be attended by more than 800 players in 48 teams from Beijing, Hebei and Heilongjiang.
Players participating in the championship range in age from 18 to 20.
Competitors are fighting it out for medals in 10 competition levels in three categories involving men's freestyle wrestling, women's freestyle wrestling and classical wrestling.
The championship is being sponsored by the Weightlifting Judo Sports Management Center of the National Sports General Administration and the China Wrestling Association.
Teams attend the opening ceremony for the 2019 U20 International Wrestling Championship in Harbin, in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, on May 4. [Photo/people.cn]
Two competitors lock horns during the men’s freestyle wrestling in the 2019 U20 International Wrestling Championship in Harbin, in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, on May 4. [Photo/people.cn]
Rivals hit the canvass at men’s freestyle wrestling event during the 2019 U20 International Wrestling Championship in Harbin, in northeastern Heilongjiang province. [Photo/people.cn]
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