Sofia Bulgaria: Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Professor Daniela Dasheva awarded plaques of honour to the medalists and their coaches from the World Wrestling Championship in Belgrade, Serbia, from the World Championship for Hearing Impaired Competitors in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, as well as spectators in the modern pentathlon.
“We admire your successes! We wish you many more medals and quotas for the Olympics in Paris next year,” said Professor Dasheva, emphasising that our athletes can always count on the support of MMC.
The Minister of Youth and Sports distinguished Mimi Hristova for the bronze medal in the 65 kg category at the World Wrestling Championship in Belgrade, Serbia, who took third place in the 87 kg category (classic style) Semen Novikov and Ramazan Ramazanov, third in the 70 kg category (freestyle).
Awarded were also Peter Kasabov, coach of the national women’s team, Bratan Tsenov, coach of the national classical style team and Valentin Angelov, coach of the National Freestyle Team.
Panayot Dimitrov, gold medalist in the 57 kg category (freestyle) and his coach Denislav Chamishki, received plaques of honour for their success at the World Championship for hearing-impaired competitors in the capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek.
Ralitsa Miteva, a silver medalist from the European Modern Pentathlon Championship up to 21, was also awarded at the MMC ceremony. In Istanbul, Turkey, and with bronze in the mixed relay at the European championships for up to 19 years in Lithuania.
Emil Grozdanov also received a plaque of honour for his bronze medal in the mixed relay of the European Modern Pentathlon Championship for up to 19 years to Lithuania.
Minister Dasheva also awarded Ralitsa Miteva’s coach – Panayot Pazderkov, and Emil Grozdanov’s coach – Anna Georgieva.