Bulgarian Sport Catalog
Rumyana Neikova has won Gold medal in the Olympic rowing tournament. She won first gold medal for Bulgaria in Beijing 2008 Olympics in the row in the women`s single scull! Congratulations Rumi and thank you!
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Plamen Konstantinov was born in Sofia on 1973. He started playing volleyball in Levski Sofia...
Albena & Maxim
Bulgaria's sweethearts Albena and Maxim won the gold on the World Figure Skating Championships for the second time in their career...
Kotooshu is 16th foreigner who attained himself the right to appear in the strongest category of the Japanese Professional Sumo ...
Topalov is World's New Chess Champion (14/10/2005) ...
Art gymnastics is one of the most popular sports engaging Bulgarian girls ...
Dimitar Berbatov has all the qualities necessary to be a top striker ...
The most popular sport in Bulgaria is football (soccer). Bulgaria's greatest success in this field - the fourth place - was achieved in the 1994 World Football Championship held in the US. The most popular Bulgarian football player is Hristo Stoichkov, who earned world fame during the several seasons he spent in Spain's team of Barcelona, after this in Japan and USA, and now (from 15 June, 2004) he is a coach of National football team of Bulgaria.
Bulgaria has also good rhythmic gymnasts, athletes, wrestlers, weight lifters (the Bulgarian school in these disciplines is renowned), tennis players (the Maleev sisters), and rowers.
Some major Bulgarian achievements in ice dancing are already a fact - silver medals from the latest European Figure Skating Championships.
Born in Bulgaria was the catch-as-catch-can wrestler Dan Koloff, famous in North America in the first half of the 20th century - in the time of silent films when catch was a show.
Bulgaria has great chess players. The current (year 2005) world champion for man is Veselin Topalov and current (year 2004) Women's World Champion is Antoaneta Stefanova.