Wrestling At The 2004 Summer Olympics

Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics took place in the Ano Liossia Olympic Hall and was split into two disciplines, Freestyle and Greco-Roman which are further divided into different weight categories. Men competed in both disciplines whereas women only took part in the Freestyle event with 18 gold medals being contested in all. This was the first Olympic Games that included women's wrestling events on the program.

Read more about Wrestling At The 2004 Summer Olympics:  Medal Table, Participating Nations

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