Armenian shot putter competing for Georgia at Tokyo 2020

Armenian shot putter competing for Georgia at Tokyo 2020

PanARMENIAN.Net - An Armenian athlete competing for Georgia is participating in Tokyo Olympics, which open on Friday, July 23 in Tokyo, Japan, Armenpress reports.

Benik Abrahamyan is a shot putter who also competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is a multiple champion and record holder, a participant of five Pan-Armenian Games and winner of the last four and. He lives in Tbilisi.

Georgia will compete in 11 sports events at the Olympic Games in Tokyo: wrestling, judo, weightlifting, athletics, fencing, swimming, tennis, boxing, karate, rhythmic gymnastics and shooting. A total of 35 athletes will represent the country in the Japanese capital.

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