Artyom Baghdasaryan drops out of European judo championships

Artyom Baghdasaryan drops out of European judo championships

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian judoka Artyom Baghdasaryan (81 kg) lost to Ukraine’s Artem Vasylenko to drop out of European judo championships ongoing in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk.

Only Hovhannes Davtyan (60 kg) from the Armenian squad grabbed a silver medal to become a vice champion of Europe.

Last representative of Armenia Hakob Arakelyan (100 kg) will face off against Jevgeņijs Borodavko (Latvia).

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