Arsen Julfalakyan retires from wrestling

July 12, 2021 – 19:01 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Armenian Greco-Roman wrestler Arsen Julfalakyan is retiring, according to information posted on his Facebook page.

“23 years, indescribable feelings, countless memories, unforgettable victories and the titles of World and European Champion, Olympic vice-champion, World Cup winner,” Julfalakyan wrote

“Thanks to everyone who contributed to these great achievements; my family, coaches, friends, my clubs (KSV Aalen 05, C.P. Besançon), fans, National Wrestling Federation, Ministry of Sport, NOC.”

The athlete also published a list of titles, medals and honors he has received over the years, including:

– 3 Olympic qualifications (Beijing, London, Rio)

– London 2012 Silver Medal

– 4 medals from World championships: gold, silver, 2 bronze

– 4 medals from European Championships: gold, silver, 2 bronze

– World Cup gold and bronze medals

– Bronze medal of the World Universiade

– Junior World Champion

– Silver and bronze of the European Junior Championships

– 2xEuropean Cadets Champion

– Medal of the 1st and 2nd degree “For services to the Fatherland”

– YSU Gold Medal

– The best athlete 2012 of the Republic of

– Honored Master of Sports

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