Following her victory over Magui Serna of Spain, Bulgaria's best tennis player Magdalena Maleeva managed to overcome Russian Alina Jidkova, ranked 54 in the world.
Defender Tiagio da Silva of Brazil has agreed to sign a contract with Bulgaria's CSKA FC after weeks of tough negotiations with his managers. Bulgarian media reported that the Brazilian, who used to play in Russian Premier League club Dynamo Moscow, had
Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova has defeated Sesil Karatantcheva of Bulgaria in straight sets to advance to the second round of the Australian Open. The 17-year-old Russian triumphed Monday over her 15-aged Bulgarian opponent 6-3 6-1.
It took only 50 minutes to Bulgaria's best racket Magdalena Maleeva to beat 6-1 6-1 Magui Serna of Spain. Monday's victory of 22-seeded Maggie launched her to the second round of Australian Open with a purse of USD 14.
The Bulgarian top tennis player Magdalena Maleeva has risen by one place in the World rank list, standing now at the 26th position. The rank list was published just before the opening of the Australian Open 2005 on January 17.
Bulgaria's national basketball team is to meet Lithuania, Turkey and Croatia at the first stage of the European Basketball Championship, starting in autumn in Serbia and Montenegro. The lots, drown Saturday in Belgrade, put Bulgaria in B group together w
A month after the Christmas football encounter the teams of the Bulgaria's National Service for Fight against Organized Crime (NSBOP) and the Globul GSM operator met again on Saturday in Sofia.
Evgenia Radanova, five-times European and World Champion at 500m, and Marina Georgieva-Nikolova reached the semifinals at 1,500m racing on the first day of Turin's European Short Track Championships. Radanova won her series garnering time 2:37.
The wonder girl of Bulgarian and world tennis Sesil Karatantcheva is just within an arm's reach to find a place in the main scheme of Australian Open after defeating Maria Fernanda Alves 6-3 6-3. The 15-aged Sesil, seeded No 1 at the qualification series
Japan's ambassador to Bulgaria handed special awards to the top ten sumo wrestlers in the country on Friday. European champion Petar Stoyanov was named the best in the sport for 2004 by the Bulgarian Sumo Federation, while credits were given also to Vale
Bulgaria's tennis wonder Sesil Karatantcheva marked her start in Australian Open's qualifications series with a victory. She defeated 6-2 7-6 Chanel Sheepers of the South African Republic after an easy first set, and a more sweaty tie-break which eventua
Boyan Grebentcharski has swept the bronze medal in the parallel slalom in the first days of the Winter Universiade in Austria. The Winter festival of the world's university students, also called the 22nd Winter Universiade, opened on January 13 in Innsbr
Bulgaria's entrance into the next stage of ULEB hinges on a single game, after Lukoil Academic lost 77-88 to Dynamo (Moscow) on Wednesday evening. The Bulgarians would have been certain to continue in ULEB if they had managed to beat the Russians.
Italy's legendary motorcyclist Fabrizio Meoni died of heart attack during the 11th stage of the Dakar Rally. Meoni, a two-time winner of the epic trek, became the second rider to pass away in two days after Jose Manuel Perez died of his injuries on Monda
Bulgarian teen footballer Valeri Bojinov has won Italy's Silvio Piola award, given annually to the best non-native young striker in the country. The 18-year-old will receive the prize at a ceremony on January 24, Bulgarian media said Tuesday.
Bulgaria's football aces of the legendary Mondial'94 plan to put up Borislav Mihaylov, current deputy of Bulgarian Football Union (BFU), to replace Ivan Slavkov as chief of the association. The so-called "golden generation" has scheduled a meeting on Jan
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