Armenian Greco-Roman wrestlers to participate in international tournaments
Armenian Greco-Roman wrestlers will participate in international tournaments in Poland and Georgia, the WFA press service informs.
From July 22 to August 1 our team will have a training camp in Olympavan after which a part of the team will leave for Warsaw, the other part - to Tbilisi.
Gevorg Gharibyan, Armen Melikyan (60 kg), Slavik Galstyan (63 kg), Malkhas Amoyan (72 kg), Arsen Julfalakyan (75 kg), Artur Shahinyan and Maksim Manukyan (87 kg) will join an international tournament in Warsaw from August 2 to 4.
Rudik Mkrtchyan, Norayr Hakhoyan (55 kg), Vazgen Khachatryan (60 kg), Hrant Kalachyan, probably Armen Baghdasaryan (72 kg), Sargis Kocharyan, Eduard Sargsyan, Argishti Abgaryan (82 kg), Gegham Torgomyan (87 kg) and David Ovasapyan (130 kg) will participate in a tournament in Tbilisi from August 7-11.
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