Belt wrestling Koresh is a type of belt martial arts in which the participant’s goal in the fight is to put the opponent on the mat using any of the permitted techniques.
Belt wrestling Koresh is a sport with a thousand-year history; along with rituals and traditions, it constitutes the national culture of many peoples of the world.
The first mention of koresh was left by Arab travelers Ahmad Ibn Fadlan, who visited Volga Bulgaria in 922.
The International Koresh Belt Wrestling Federation includes 42 countries.
International tournaments are held annually on four continents of the world.
Athletes from more than 40 countries take part in the Koresh Belt Wrestling World Championship, held annually in the Republic of Tatarstan.