The 112 wrestlers who will compete at next month's Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing have been named by the sport's governing body.
They represent 47 countries and will contest medals in 14 weight classifications across boys' and girls' freestyle and Greco-Roman.
Every wrestler hoping to compete in Nanjing 2014 went through a qualification process, with all 177 national federations that are a part of the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles involved.
The wrestling competition for 16 and 17-year-olds is due to be held from August 25 to 27 at the Longjiang Gymnasium.
At the inaugural Summer Youth Olympic Games in Singapore four years ago, Azerbaijan topped the wrestling medals table with four gold and a silver, ahead of Russia with three gold and two bronze, and Japan with two gold medals.
Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Canada and Mongolia each won one gold medal at the Games.
The full list of wrestlers competing at Nanjing 2014, scheduled to take place from August 16 to 28, can be seen here.
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