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"Wrestling With Attitude" turns lens on female wrestling

Canada's Carol Huynh, right, is the reigning Pan Am, Commonwealth and Olympic champion in the 48-kg division.
Hazelton's Carol Huynh, right, took home gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. (Cris Bouroncle/AFP/Getty Images)

It wasn't until 1992 that female wrestling was allowed into the Olympic Games, and twenty years later it stills struggles for acceptance. Shelley Morten is a filmmaker whose turned her eye to that struggle-- and immersed herself in the experience in the process. She spoke with Leisha Grebinski.

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