Athletics /

Sports & Health Recovery

Department of Athletics after Professor H. Topalyan was set up in 1945.

The head of the department was the Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor A. Ter-Hovhannisyan.

The heads of the department were associate professor A. Mirzoyan, Professor H. Topalyan, associate professor A. Stepanyan, associate professors R.Hakobyan and S. Mikayelyan.

Merit worker of physical culture and sport of Armenia, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor F. Khazaryan, merit coach of Armenia, associate professor M. Vekhilyan, merit coach of Armenia, associate professor A. Minasyan, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor K. Khachatryan, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor K. Vekhilyan and others worked at the department.

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Mamajanyan Valery

  Date of birth: 03/08/1943
  Tel: +37410 553310 1-30

Ph.D of Pedagogy, Professor

Education

  • 1966–1970 - Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture
    (Now- Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture and Sport)
    Qualification – Trainer pedagogue of athletics
  • 1972–1975 – Moscow physical culture all – union research institute
    Post graduate studentship

Professional experience

  • 2000-up to now - Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture
    (Now- Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture and Sport)
    Position – the head of Athletics faculty
  • 1970–2000 - Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture
    (Now- Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture and Sport)
    Position – a lecturer, docent, professor of Athletics’ faculty
  • 1966–1972 - Voluntary Sports Union
    Position – Athletics trainer
  • 1976–1979 - Junior and youth sport school adjacent to Physical Culture Sport Club
    Position – trainer
  • 1979-1989 - USSR and RA Union of Athletics National Team
    Position - a member of the scientific group

Sporting Career

  • 1967 - USSR master of sport
  • 1961–1972 – A member of the RA Athletics National team, a multiple champion of Armenia, (Decathlon, 110 and 400m hurdles)
  • 1963–1965 – A multiple champion of Transcaucasian Military District
  • 1966–1972 - An all-union prizewinner of many competitions.
  • 2005 - A second class trainer

Awards and Titles

  • 11978 – PhD of pedagogy
  • 1984. – docent
  • 2006 - professor
  • 1965 - A medal of 20-th anniversary of Victory in Great Patriotic War
  • 2001 - a medal for taking part in the Second Pan Armenian games
  • 2002 - An honored worker of RA physical culture and sport
  • 2005 - a medal of RA Ministry of Education and Science
  • 2014 – A gold medal of European Athletics Association for contribution in the athletics development in Europe
  • 2015 - A certificate of RA Minister of Sport and Youth
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Toroyan Simon

20.06.1933

Professor

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Hayrapetyan Misha

15.05.1948

Docent

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Hambarchumyan Vachik

15.12.1950

docent

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Simonyan Tigran

18.03.1974

PhD of pedagogy, docent

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Smbatyan Vardan

16.08.1978

PhD of pedagogy, docent

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Martirosyan Erik

17.12.1976

Assistant

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Haruthyunyan Marine

24.06.1984

Lecturer

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Karapetyan Galust

10.04.1963

Lecturer

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Nikoghosyan Armine

02.07.1976

Lecturer

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Parsamyan Aryusak

27.08.1955

Lab worker

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Chachaturyan Marianna

02.12.1983

Lab worker

Stationary education

  1. Speciality (1st-4th courses)
  2. Sorts and Pedagogical perfection (1st-3rd courses)
  3. Theory and methods of athletics (1st course)

Correspondence education

  1. Speciality (1st-5th courses)
  2. Sports and pedagogical perfection (1st-3rd courses)
  3. Theory and methods of athletics (1st-3rd courses)

Theory and methods of athletics.

  1. Faina Melnik the USSR merit master of sport, champion of the Olympic Games (1972), multiple champion and recordsman of the USSR and Europe (discuss throwing)
  2. Vardan Hovsepyan the USSR merit master of sport, the USSR multiple champion , champion of the World Student Games (1954) (shot put)
  3. Aleksey Konov The USSR champion (1961, 1962) (3000m steeplechase)
  4. Armen Martirosyan bronze medal holder of the European Cup (triple jumping)
  5. Grigori Petrosyan the USSR cup holder (long jump)