Topic: Sports

LONDON (Public Radio of Armenia) — Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s strike against Chelsea has been voted as Arsenal’s August Goal of the Month, according to Arsenal’s official website. The Armenia international rifled a low, first-time effort[...]

YEREVAN (Public Radio of Armenia) — Armenia’s national team will not participate in the 2018 Judo World Championships in Baku due to lack of proper security guarantees. “The host country has refused to provide proper security[...]

YEREVAN (PanARMENIAN.Net) — World-famous football stars will arrive in Armenia to play in”the match of the legends” between the teams of Latin America and Europe on July 8, owner of FC Pyunik Artur Soghomonyan has[...]

HARTFORD, Conn. – On Sunday, January 7, 2018, immediately following the Divine Liturgy and Blessing of the Water Service, parishioners of St. George Armenian Church of Hartford, CT, participated in their annual Christmas luncheon. Upon[...]

GROTON (Lowell Sun) – Westford native Alyna Baharozian, a senior basketball player at the Groton School, recently scored her 1,000th career point in a game vs. Milton. Baharozian is a three-year captain for Groton’s girls[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress, Guardian) — Levon Aronian has had a very good week. Armenia’s leading GM Aronian married Arianne Caoili on Saturday, September 30. The wedding took place at Saghmosavank Monastery with Serzh Sargsyan, both[...]

YEREVAN — Armenian Greco-Roman wrestlers returned home to a hero’s welcome on August 23. At Zvartnots Airport the athletes were greeted by thousands of fans, relatives and officials. Reigning world and Olympic champ Artur Aleksanyan[...]

SAINT LOUIS, Mo. — With the eyes of the world on Saint Louis for the inaugural and historic Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz competition, the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL) crowned Levon Aronian the champion[...]

PARIS (Armenpress) — Greco-Roman wrestler Olympic champion Artur Aleksanyan became the world champion for the third time, at the World Championships here, on August 21. Aleksanyan’s rival was Musa Evloyev representing[...]

By David Stout GRANGER, Ind. (New York Times) — Ara Parseghian, a Presbyterian of Armenian descent who might have seemed an unlikely savior of Notre Dame football but became just that, coaching the Fighting Irish out of the wilderness[...]