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AGE DIVISIONS
BANTAM INTERMEDIATE NOVICE SCHOOLBOY CADET (Men) FILA CADET (Men) JUNIOR (Men) FILA JUNIOR WORLD (Men) UNIVERSITY (Men) SENIOR (Men) USA WRESTLING VETERANS (Men—All Styles)
* Not a FILA weight

BIRTH DATES Born 2005-2006 Born 2003-2004 Born 2001-2002 Born 1999-2000 Born 1997-1998 Born 1996-1998 Born 9/1/1993 & after, plus enrolled in grades 9-12 Born 1993-1995 1996 with medical certificate
Born 1989-1995 & athlete must have graduated from high school Born 1993 or before 1994-1995 with medical certificate
Div. A: Div. B: Div. C: Div. D: Born during the years of 1981 and 1988 Born during the years of 1973 and 1980 Born during the years of 1965 and 1972 Born during the years of 1958 and 1964 Div. E: Born 1957 and before.

FREESTYLE/GRECO MATCH TIME LIMITS
Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods Best out of 3 two-minute periods with 30 second rest between periods

FOLKSTYLE MATCH TIME LIMITS
Championship and Consolation: 3 one-minute periods Championship and Consolation: 3 one-minute periods Championship: 1 one-minute and 2 1:30 periods; Consolation: 3 oneminute periods Championship: 1 one-minute and 2 1:30 periods; Consolation: 3 oneminute periods Championship:…...

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