Wrestling is arguably the most diverse sport in on the planet. It’s cultural and gender diversity is evidenced by the Olympic Games in which 68 countries competed in wrestling in 2016 for both men’s and women’s wrestling.
Wresting provided an opportunity for men and women from diverse backgrounds and very different physical capabilities to participate. When you attend a wrestling club or competition in Australia, you will notice people from a vast range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, we are also a sport of open armed acceptance for people of all physical, biological and chosen person preferences.
Wrestling now also has a national First Nations liaison officer to assist and provide assistance to our sport for indigenous Australian’s to participate.
Wrestling Australia is happy to announce that Stephan Jaeggi has been appointed as the Wrestling Australia First Nations Liaison Officer.
See below for a message from Stephan: