Bulgarian football team coach Plamen Markov announced its 18-man roster for the upcoming friendly at Giants Stadium on Wednesday, April 17 at 9:00 p.m.
Evgenia Radanova ranked third in the final ranking of the World short-track championship in Montreal, Canada. She collected 55 points, behind the Chinese Yang Yang A (105 pts.
Bulgaria's Kiril Georgiev ousted the last of the former world champions when he beat the legendary Anatoly Karpov 2.5-1.
Evgenia Radanova, Bulgaria's two times short-track medalist from Salt Lake City, will be awarded by the satellite sports channel Eurosport for her contribution to promoting skating at the Olympic Games. It is a pleasure for us to inform you that at the ce
1998 Olympic champion, Bulgaria's Ekaterina Dafovska finished second after shooting clean in at the 7.5-kilometer World Cup race at Holmenkollen, Norway.
Albena Denkova and Maxim Staviyski, Bulgaria, ranked five in the combined results of the two compulsory ice dancing programs at the world figure skating championships in Nagano, Japan, March 19. The Bulgarian couple have two factored points so far.
Bulgaria's Radka Popova won the women's 15-kilometer race at the European Biathlon Championships on March 9th. Popova was the only woman to miss only once, on the first standing station.
Tereza Marinova won the women's triple jump gold medal at the European indoor athletics championships March 2. She took the first place with a season's best result - 14.
The Bulgarian delegation, which participated in the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games came back from the United States. Bulgaria's Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg officially greeted the Bulgarians upon their arrival.
The ministers of culture and sports or their representatives from nine European countries declared that they are ready to welcome the Olympic Flame relay on their territory for the 2004 Athens Olympics. At the meeting, which was hosted in Thessaloniki by
Bulgaria's silver medalist from Salt Lake City Evgenia Radanova ended fifth at the women's short track 1000m final at the Olympic Games in the United States. Yang (A) Yang from China was first, followed by Ko Gi-Hyun from Korea and Yang (S) Yang from Chi
Mexico will play Bulgaria instead of Macedonia in a World Cup warm-up in San Diego on March 13, the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) announced. The game against Macedonia was cancelled due to "internal problems currently faced by the Macedonian national
The Bulgarian team in the Olympics Women's 3,000m Short Track Speed Skating Relay in B final - Marina Georgieva, Anna Krasteva, Evgenia Radanova, Daniela Vlaeva finished second with 4:20.703, leaving behind United States team -Julie Goskowicz, Caroline Ha
Russia just pipped the Bulgarian women's biathlon team to bronze in the 4x7.5 km relay on Monday, leaving them fourth.
Evgenia Radanova of Bulgaria won silver medal at the women's 500m short track final at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 16, 2002. Chinese Yang (A) Yang (left) won gold medal.
Irina Nikoultchina of Bulgaria took bronze in the biathlon women's 10 km pursuit biathlon at Soldier Hollow for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 16, 2002. Nikoultchina became bronze medalist with 31 minutes, 15.
Bulgaria will apply to host the XXII Winter Olympic Games in 2014 Vassil Ivanov, chairman of the State Youth and Sports Agency announced. At an official meeting Ivanov informed the President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge about Bulga
Best Bulgarian tennis player Magdalena Maleeva suffered a defeat from Belgian Justine Henin, seeded second, in the quarterfinals of the USD 585,000 Diamond Games in Antwerp, Belgium (5:1), (6:7) (1:7), (1:6). This is Magi’s third defeat from Henin.
After failing to qualify for the finals at either the 1994 or 1998 Games, Bulgaria's Evgenia Radanova was finally rewarded for her perseverance by taking the bronze ahead of five-time world champion Yang Yang (A) at the Olympic individual short track spee
Bulgaria’s Ivan Dinev qualified 12th at the men’s figure skating after short program at the the Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games in the United States on January 12. Alexei Yagudin from Russia was first, followed by Takeshi Honda from Japan and Timothy
Bulgaria's Ekaterina Dafovska finished fifth at the February 11th biathlon women 15 kilometers competition during the Winter Olympics Games in Salt Lake City, US. In 1998, 22 year old Bulgarian Ekaterina Dafovska surprisingly won women's biathlon 15 km i
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