Sportsman From Artsakh Is a Champion of Europe
During the championship of Kyokushin karate that took place in Poland, in the category of 70 kg, the strongest sportsmen were from Armenia and Japan.
Arthur Arushanyan, representing Armenia, the World Champion from Artsakh, wining the Japan sportsman in the final tour, became the champion of Europe. Karpis Karapetyan got bronze medal, official Facebook page of Арцах Киокушин reports.
The results of the championship are:
1 place - Armenia
2 place - Japan
3 place - Armenia
3 place - Japan
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