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Mock, Tar Heels weigh in on IOC's wrestling decision


Sport has its fair share of fabled traditions, but none is more storied — nor ancient — than wrestling. Wrestling first appeared in the first Olympic games in 708 B.C. and has remained an undisputed fixture of international competition. Until Tuesday morning, that is. In a widely and vehemently criticized decision, the executive board of the International Olympic Committee rescinded wrestling’s Olympic status. (Daily Tar Heel)

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