SOFIA — Armenian Greco-Roman wrestlers won two gold medals on the first day of World Junior Wrestling Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Karen Aslanyan (60kg) won the competition in his weight category, defeating Basar Enes of Turkey 7:0 in the final. Karapet Chalyan (74kg) beat Andrey Antonyuk of Ukraine with a 3:0 score.

In earlier rounds, Aslanyan had celebrated victories over Russian, Romanian, US and Azerbaijani representatives. Chalyan qualified for the finals after beating Algerian, Serbian, Moldovan and Russian oponents.

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