United World Wrestling have named David Taylor, Petra Olli and Peter Bacsi as their Wrestlers of the Year, with the 2018 season now at an end.
United World Wrestling (UWW) have announced changes to their 2019 Ranking Series, including to the allocation of points at World and Continental Championships.
United World Wrestling (UWW) and USA Wrestling teamed up to deliver equipment to Puerto Rico.
United World Wrestling (UWW) have paid tribute to two-time Olympic champion Soslan Andiyev following his death at the age of 66.
Wrestling Canada Lutte vow to rebuild trust after "unhealthy and unsafe practices" identified in review of culture
Wrestling Canada Lutte (WCL) have vowed to rebuild trust after acknowledging "unhealthy and unsafe practices" were identified in an independent investigation into the organisations’ culture.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Wrestling Federation (IRIWF) has named Gholamreza Mohammadi and Mohammad Bana as the new head coaches of its freestyle and Greco-Roman teams respectively.
Russia won two golds today on the final night of action at the United World Wrestling Under-23 World Championships in Bucharest to claim the overall men's freestyle team title.
Japan and Georgia picked up two golds each today on a night of freestyle action at the United World Wrestling Under-23 World Championships in Bucharest.
Japan picked up three golds and a silver today on a night of women's finals at the United World Wrestling World Under-23 Championships in Bucharest.
Grace Bullen, Norway’s Summer Youth Olympic Games champion and 2017 world junior bronze medallist, produced a superb performance to win women’s freestyle gold at the United World Wrestling under-23 World Championships in Bucharest as she defeated a senior world champion.
Kenchiro Fumita of Japan put in the performance one might expect of a man who won the senior world title in Paris last year as he took gold in the 60 kilogram category in the second wave of Greco-Roman finals at the United World Wrestling under-23 World Championships in Bucharest.
Daniel Cataraga of Moldova became the first two-time under-23 world wrestling champion in history tonight in winning the 77 kilograms weight class in the Romanian capital of Bucharest in the first wave of men's Greco-Roman finals.
Defending champion Daniel Cataraga reached his second successive final on the opening day of the United World Wrestling (UWW) Under-23 World Championships in Bucharest.
The United World Wrestling (UWW) Under-23 World Championships will begin in Bucharest tomorrow, featuring women's wrestling, Greco-Roman and freestyle action.
Iranian Wrestling Federation (IWF) President Rasoul Khadem has resigned from his post for the second time this year.