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Online Wrestling 🤼 ScoreBoard

Wrestling, a dynamic and physically demanding sport, traces its origins back to ancient civilizations and has evolved into a disciplined athletic competition. In its modern form, wrestling is contested in various styles, with the two most prevalent being freestyle and Greco-Roman. The primary objective in wrestling is to gain control and dominance over an opponent through a series of maneuvers that involve grappling, throwing, and pinning.

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Wrestlers score points by executing takedowns, reversals 🤸, and escapes, while a pin—holding both of an opponent's shoulders to the mat—results in an immediate victory. Matches are typically divided into periods, with points accumulating to determine the winner. Striking and the use of holds below the waist are prohibited, emphasizing the importance of skill, strength, and strategy. Wrestling not only showcases individual prowess but also fosters discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship among its practitioners.

The wrestling scoreboard typically displays the individual and team scores during a match (green vs red). The scoring system in wrestling involves awarding points for various maneuvers and actions. Here are some common elements you might find on a wrestling scoreboard:

  1. Individual Scores: Each wrestler's score is prominently shown, indicating the points they have earned during the match. Click the numbers to increment them by one.
  2. Team Scores: In team competitions, the cumulative points for each team may be displayed to track the overall performance.
  3. Period or Round: Wrestling matches are divided into periods or rounds, and the scoreboard will indicate the current period in the middle of the board.
  4. Match Clock ⏱: A 2 minutes timer shows the elapsed time in each period, helping to manage the overall match duration.

Additional points might be included, such as:

  1. Points for Takedowns: Wrestlers earn points for successfully taking their opponent down to the mat from a standing position.
  2. Escape Points: Points awarded to a wrestler who successfully breaks free from their opponent's control and returns to a neutral position.
  3. Reversal Points: Points given when a wrestler escapes from the bottom position and gains control over their opponent.
  4. Near Fall or Exposure Points: Points awarded for nearly pinning an opponent, typically by having their shoulders exposed to the mat for a specified duration.
  5. Penalty Points: Points deducted for rule violations, such as illegal holds or unsportsmanlike conduct.
  6. Technical Fall and Pin Indicators: In addition to points, the scoreboard may indicate when a wrestler achieves a technical fall (winning by a large point margin) or secures a pin (holding both shoulders to the mat for a certain duration), resulting in an immediate victory.

Open the settings to adjust and style the wrestling score counter.

Adjust it to almost any sport, set up your favorite color scheme and team logos. Try the demos in the menu to get started and try to create and save your own template!

Use this online scoreboard with a projector or with a shared big screen to display the score. Share the results with a web link at the end of the game.

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