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kyle dake figure four wrestling pin
kyle dake figure four wrestling pin
Published: 2016/10/10
Channel: wrestleguy 77
Freestyle Wrestling Iran beats Japan - brutal pin
Freestyle Wrestling Iran beats Japan - brutal pin
Published: 2009/08/22
Channel: gbman31
Pin in intensive female freestyle wrestling mathc
Pin in intensive female freestyle wrestling mathc
Published: 2013/01/13
Channel: wrest2010
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Turkey vs Italy
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Turkey vs Italy
Published: 2016/10/22
Channel: gbman31
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - South Africa vs Japan
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - South Africa vs Japan
Published: 2016/10/30
Channel: gbman31
Wrestling Basics with Jordan Burroughs - Pins
Wrestling Basics with Jordan Burroughs - Pins
Published: 2013/01/29
Channel: Eastbay
Boys Wrestling Pin
Boys Wrestling Pin
Published: 2013/03/10
Channel: carterroddick
Step-by-Step Wrestling Guide: How to Pin Olympic Champion 2016
Step-by-Step Wrestling Guide: How to Pin Olympic Champion 2016
Published: 2017/02/19
Channel: Russia Wrestling
Greco-Roman Wrestling - pin
Greco-Roman Wrestling - pin
Published: 2009/06/23
Channel: gbman31
Freestyle Wrestling China 84kg - PIN
Freestyle Wrestling China 84kg - PIN
Published: 2013/05/04
Channel: gbman31
Guillotine #6
Guillotine #6
Published: 2009/11/10
Channel: hawkmorgan
Olympic Wrestling
Olympic Wrestling's Incredible Record Holders | Olympic Records
Published: 2014/04/26
Channel: Olympic
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Italy vs Poland
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Italy vs Poland
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: gbman31
The Guillotine Wrestling Video
The Guillotine Wrestling Video
Published: 2006/04/24
Channel: txrestler
Freestyle Wrestling 55kg - PIN
Freestyle Wrestling 55kg - PIN
Published: 2013/02/08
Channel: gbman31
Chinese Wrestling - 74kg Match - PIN (00240)
Chinese Wrestling - 74kg Match - PIN (00240)
Published: 2011/09/16
Channel: gbman31
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - South Africa vs Germany
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - South Africa vs Germany
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: gbman31
Nasty Gator Roll Quickest Pin
Nasty Gator Roll Quickest Pin
Published: 2011/01/16
Channel: ajmosco
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Germany vs Turkey
Freestyle Wrestling PIN - Germany vs Turkey
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: gbman31
Epic Wrestling Pin
Epic Wrestling Pin
Published: 2011/02/06
Channel: ToLD xPR3D4TOR
Freestyle Wrestling - Reader (USA) PINS Yaziki (TUR) 86kg Match
Freestyle Wrestling - Reader (USA) PINS Yaziki (TUR) 86kg Match
Published: 2015/04/18
Channel: gbman31
Shushko pins Horishna for Bronze in European Games - Universal Sports
Shushko pins Horishna for Bronze in European Games - Universal Sports
Published: 2015/06/17
Channel: Universal Sports Network
Wrestling pin
Wrestling pin
Published: 2015/04/26
Channel: Allen W
Wrestling 101: Pin/Fall, Out of Bounds, Illegal Moves, Injury Timeouts, Match & Dual Meet Scoring
Wrestling 101: Pin/Fall, Out of Bounds, Illegal Moves, Injury Timeouts, Match & Dual Meet Scoring
Published: 2010/08/03
Channel: Oklahoma State Athletics
Lift and Pin in Female Freestyle Wrestling Match 2
Lift and Pin in Female Freestyle Wrestling Match 2
Published: 2013/01/13
Channel: GirlsAreStronger ThanBoys
Griffin Parriott 10 second pin MN State Wrestling Finals
Griffin Parriott 10 second pin MN State Wrestling Finals
Published: 2016/02/28
Channel: Minnesota Wrestling
Crazy Wrestling Pin
Crazy Wrestling Pin
Published: 2015/02/05
Channel: David Goodman
Get a Pin from Whizzer Position! - Wrestling 2016 #14
Get a Pin from Whizzer Position! - Wrestling 2016 #14
Published: 2016/03/31
Channel: ChampionshipProductions
High School Wrestling Pin
High School Wrestling Pin
Published: 2008/07/11
Channel: carterroddick
Minnesota Wrestling Moments: Cody Yohn
Minnesota Wrestling Moments: Cody Yohn's Pin on Senior Day
Published: 2013/02/08
Channel: Minnesota Gophers
Spladle Wrestling Video
Spladle Wrestling Video
Published: 2006/04/17
Channel: txrestler
Japanese College Wrestling - PIN
Japanese College Wrestling - PIN
Published: 2013/02/12
Channel: gbman31
Justin Millard Pin 2008 olympic trials  wrestling
Justin Millard Pin 2008 olympic trials wrestling
Published: 2009/10/14
Channel: jasongig165
Pin in female freestyle wrestling
Pin in female freestyle wrestling
Published: 2014/10/04
Channel: happy
High School Wrestling pin in less than 30 seconds
High School Wrestling pin in less than 30 seconds
Published: 2012/11/17
Channel: tipsywrestler
High School Wrestling pin in less than 1 minute
High School Wrestling pin in less than 1 minute
Published: 2012/11/17
Channel: tipsywrestler
Tap out!
Tap out!
Published: 2007/12/24
Channel: Wr3st1ingGir1
High School Wrestling FAST Tournament Pin
High School Wrestling FAST Tournament Pin
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: Garrett Maurice
Women´s wrestling pins-23
Women´s wrestling pins-23
Published: 2013/04/10
Channel: julian Pencilliah
David V  vs Dima M wrestling (tapout/pin)
David V vs Dima M wrestling (tapout/pin)
Published: 2009/01/15
Channel: VancouverFroups
Lift and Pin in Female Freestyle Wrestling Match 3
Lift and Pin in Female Freestyle Wrestling Match 3
Published: 2013/01/13
Channel: GirlsAreStronger ThanBoys
Steve Mocco pins Jake Hager
Steve Mocco pins Jake Hager
Published: 2010/05/21
Channel: Oklahoma State Athletics
Asian Wrestling Championship Iran vs. Japan - PIN
Asian Wrestling Championship Iran vs. Japan - PIN
Published: 2012/03/31
Channel: gbman31
Freestyle Wrestling - Kazakhstan pins India at 96kg
Freestyle Wrestling - Kazakhstan pins India at 96kg
Published: 2009/12/28
Channel: gbman31
Penn State Nittany Lions at Illinois Fighting Illini Wrestling: 157 Pounds - Nolf vs. Martinez
Penn State Nittany Lions at Illinois Fighting Illini Wrestling: 157 Pounds - Nolf vs. Martinez
Published: 2016/02/01
Channel: Big Ten Network
Fillmore Wrestling 12-14-11 Fastest Pin
Fillmore Wrestling 12-14-11 Fastest Pin
Published: 2011/12/16
Channel: The Fillmore Gazette
Pin usin leg scissors in female freestyle wrestling match
Pin usin leg scissors in female freestyle wrestling match
Published: 2014/10/04
Channel: happy
Freestyle Wrestling Japan 66kg - PIN
Freestyle Wrestling Japan 66kg - PIN
Published: 2013/04/29
Channel: gbman31
Freestyle Wrestling in Germany PIN at 130kg - Freistil Ringen
Freestyle Wrestling in Germany PIN at 130kg - Freistil Ringen
Published: 2010/10/02
Channel: gbman31
Franklin Regional
Franklin Regional's Spencer Lee records quick pin in PIAA wrestling quarterfinals
Published: 2015/03/06
Channel: PennLive.com
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Pin
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AKA Fall

A pin, or fall, is a victory condition in various forms of wrestling that is met by holding an opponent's shoulders or scapulae (shoulder blades) on the wrestling mat for a prescribed period of time. This article deals with the pin as it is defined in amateur wrestling.

In amateur wrestling, a pin ends the match regardless of when it occurs. Situations which are almost pins but for whatever reason do not meet the criteria — for example, have only one shoulder down or have the defending wrestler blocked in a neck bridge — are rewarded with exposure points (in collegiate wrestling, known as near fall points or back points) in order to encourage wrestlers to take risks to try to pin their opponents.

Conditions for a pin[edit]

In the international styles[edit]

In Greco Roman and freestyle wrestling, the two shoulders of the defensive wrestler must be held long enough for the referee to "observe the total control of the fall" (usually ranging from one half-second to about one or two seconds). Then either the judge or the mat chairman concurs with the referee that a fall is made. (If the referee does not indicate a fall, and the fall is valid, the judge and the mat chairman can concur together and announce the fall.)[1] In the United States, for the Kids' Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling division (wrestlers ages 8 to 14) in competitions sponsored by USA Wrestling, it is specified that a fall must be held for two seconds.[2]

In other amateur wrestling[edit]

  • In American collegiate (or folkstyle) wrestling, a pin must be held for one second.[3]
  • In American scholastic (or folkstyle) wrestling, a pin must be held for two seconds.[4]

Pinning techniques[edit]

Half nelson[edit]

In the half-nelson, the attacking wrestler is on top of the opponent on the ground with both wrestlers face down; a half nelson can be used to turn the opponent over. The attacker's arm is pushed below the opponent's shoulder from the outside, and across and behind the opponent's neck. The attacker's arm lifts the opponent's shoulder while the attacker's hand presses his neck down; simultaneously the attacker drives forward perpendicularly to the opponent's body to roll him over onto his back. With the opponent on his back and the attacker perpendicular to him chest-on-chest, the attacker tightens his arm around the opponent's neck, often also controlling the opponent's lower body by hooking the free arm in the opponent's crotch or around the near or far thigh.

Three-quarter nelson[edit]

In a three-quarter nelson, one arm again goes under the opponent's shoulder and behind his neck to press it down, but in addition the attacker's other arm goes under the opponent's body from the same side, across the body to the other side of the neck, and up the other side of the neck to lock with the first hand behind the neck and press down. Again the attacker drives forward to roll the opponent over; once that is accomplished, the attacker can convert to a half nelson or, if the attacker's leg has hooked behind the opponent's knee, the three-quarter nelson can be maintained to accomplish the pin.

Cradle[edit]

A cradle is a move where the attacker performs the cradle by grabbing the neck of his opponent with one arm, and wrapping the elbow of the other arm behind the knee of the opponent. The wrestler then locks both hands together, forcing the opponent's knee toward his face, and rolls the opponent over onto his back. The hooked leg can be either the near leg (a "near-side cradle") or the far leg (a "far-side cradle").

Arm bar or chicken wing[edit]

In this move, the top wrestler, just to his opponent's left, grasps the opponent's left elbow with his left hand, putting his right arm on his waist in front of his right hip. He quickly pull his left arm out while still holding onto it. He pushes him down with his body, using his right knee to push him forward and off-balance. He then grabs his right wrist with the right hand and pulls it outward. His belly is now down on the mat, legs flat. The aggressor is above the opponent with his chest several inches above his back. The aggressor's left knee holds up most of his own body weight. The aggressor's right leg is extended between his legs with the ball of the foot on the floor. The aggressor curls his wrist, then encloses the opponent's left arm inside the aggressor's left elbow joint. With the aggressor's chest is resting on the opponent's left elbow, he uses his body to push his left shoulder into his ear, using both legs for leverage. He slowly moves his feet into a walking position while crouched, walking in a circle and rolling the opponent over onto his back without releasing his arms. The pin is finished by the aggressor leaning on his knees with his chest toward the floor.

Guillotine[edit]

A guillotine is initiated when both wrestlers are face down on the mat, the attacker on top of the opponent. The attacker hooks one leg around the opponent's same-side leg, also hooking the ankle with the foot. The attacker reaches across to grab the arm opposite to the side that the leg ride is on. This arm is pulled back and up to allow the attacker to slip his head under it, at or just above the elbow. (The guillotine is most easily applied if the opponent is reaching back during the leg ride.) The attacker uses his head to lift and turn the arm and opponent. The attacker's leg-hook-side arm is applied under the opponent's arm and behind his head in a similar fashion to a half nelson. The attacker rolls backward to roll the opponent is onto his back, and the attacker locks his hands around the opponent's neck.

References[edit]

  1. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles (2006-12-01). "International Wrestling Rules: Greco-Roman Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling, Women's Wrestling" (PDF). p. 41 if shoulder blades are down you win'. FILA. Retrieved 2008-10-28. 
  2. ^ USA Wrestling (2009-02-01). "International Wrestling Rules: Greco-Roman Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling, Women's Wrestling, modified for USA Wrestling" (PDF). pp. 41, 72. USAW. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 
  3. ^ National Collegiate Athletic Association (2008-08-01). "2009 NCAA Wrestling Rules and Interpretations" (PDF). pp. WR-23-WR-24. NCAA. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 19, 2009. Retrieved 2008-10-30. 
  4. ^ National Federation of State High School Associations (2008-08-01). 2008-09 NFHS Wrestling Rules Book. NFHS. pp. 23–24. 

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