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Tag Archives: North-South Position

The north-south position places the competitors head-to-head and on the ground. The top fighter faces the ground, while the bottom fighter can be in the prone or supine position. The competitors' heads are pressed against each other's chest with their feet facing away and at opposite ends. As a hold-down position, the top fighter can use it to execute submission holds in which the kimura is the most common. The north/south position is also known as "front control" or the "69 position."