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The Figure-Skating Team of Japan Will Prepare for Sochi Olympic Games in Yerevan

The Figure-Skating Team of Japan Will Pr...

February 28, 2013 The Armenian sport lovers will probably be able to frequently see, even to witness the trainings of the strongest figure skaters of Japan. This became clear at the National Olympic Committee of Armenia, where the president of Japan Skating Federation Hedeito Ito and the manager of that organization Tatsuro Matsumura were hosted. They were accompanied to Armenia by one of our famous ex-trainers Ararat Zaqaryan, who now lives and works in Moscow. The guests visited Tsitsernakaberd (Genocide Museum), put wreaths at the memorial of the victims of genocide....
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Judo of Armenia

Judo of Armenia

Judo entered the Republic of Armenia at the end of 1960-ies, when the young students of the coach of Sambo wrestling from Gyumri – Robert Hovhannisyan showed high results in the international arena: Hovhannes Sargsyan won the honorable second prize at the European Youth Championship, which took place in England in 1968, and Aram Grigoryan won the third prize at the European Youth Championship, which took place in Italy in 1969. Telman Qocharyan from Yerevan, who had high sports results in Greco-Roman and Sambo wrestling in 1968 started to work as a coach and prepared a...
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Armenian Karate Federation

Armenian Karate Federation

Non-governmental organization, Armenian Karate Federarion /AKF/ was founded in the year of 1988. The president of the Federation is Grigor Mikhayelyan. AKF has been affiliated to: ● The National Olympic Committee starting from 1991 ● The World Karate Federation /WKF/ starting from 1993 ● The European Karate Federation /EKF/ starting from 1994 ● The International Karate Association /IKA/ starting from 1997 The AKF has been cooperating with the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of Armenia from the very day of its foundation.From 2006 The AKF is involved in the...
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Armenian Association of Aikido

Armenian Association of Aikido

Vision: Through Aikido creation of healthy and peaceful society. Mission: To assist in creation of healthy society in Armenia. Goal: To develop Aikido trainings and technical skills. Objectives: Development of Aikido training methods, Increase training and technical skills of trainees, Create international connections, Organization of Aikido seminars and demonstrations to develop Aikido in the region. Chief Instructor Beniamin Vardanyan (5 Dan, AIKIKAI) the material is taken from  http://aikido.am/about/about.htm photo by Sona...