Anti-Doping Seminar Held at 'More Than Medals' Camp in Zagreb

By United World Wrestling Press

CORSIER-SUR-VEVEY (July 30) -- The Anti-Doping Department of CITA hosted an anti-doping seminar on July 11 during the "More than Medals" training camp organized by United World Wrestling in Zagreb, Croatia. 

Nearly fifty cadet wrestlers participated in the seminar, including the Croatian cadet women's wrestling team. The anti-doping education was conducted in an interactive way, and each of the attendees received gifts at the conclusion of the seminar with the message, "No to doping."

Young athletes have shown a great interest in anti-doping education, which is necessary to achieve the goal of sport without doping.


UWW Level 1 Coaching, Referee Courses in India Attract Over 70 Participants

By United World Wrestling Press

HARYANA, India (April 10) - The Wrestling Federation of India, in cooperation with United World Wrestling, held a Level 1 Coaching Course and Introduction to Refereeing Course at the Northern Regional Centre Sonipat in Haryana, India, March 13-17.

The 8-day courses attracted more than 70 potential referees and coaches from across India. The courses were delivered by UWW educators Georgi SREDKOV (BUL) and Davor PETANJEK (CRO).

Both courses taught participants the essential skills necessary to sharpen their skillset and provide tools for them to develop their wrestling programs efficiently within their clubs and regions.

The courses were interactive, giving attending referees and coaches the chance to practice sharpening classroom skills on the mats.

The Wrestling Federation of India expressed its ongoing support of United World Wrestling’s Grow Wrestling initiatives and desire to cooperate with other projects related to development of wrestling across India.