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Name  Aghvan Chatinyan

Aghvan Chatinyan (born 14 December 1927 in Vardapluri, Stepanavan, Armenia) is an Armenian mountaineer and several times Caucasus rock climbing champion.

At the 1952 Caucasus Championship of rock climbing in Arzni, he defeated Soviet climber Mikhael Khergiani and took the first place, but this fact is noted only in the October issue of the newspaper Kommunist (October 30, 1952) and nowhere else not to overshadow the legendary Khergiani. Chatinyan graduated from Kirovakan Agricultural College in 1945 and Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture in 1952. He has been working there as a professor since 1999. He is an honorable member of the Armenian Olympic Committee.

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