Athletes caught doping will be punished with a fine of up to 1,000 euros, and a second violation will be fined 1500 euros. This is envisaged in the Act on Physical Education and Sport, adopted at second reading by the National Assembly. Licensed sports federations will also be sanctioned for violating anti-doping rules by an athlete or official of the national team during a camp or a competition organized by international sports organizations. The new law also provides for a fine of 2500 to 5,000 euros for persons carrying out an activity for which a sports license is required without having such a license.
Sofia has a new ice rink – at Yunak stadium, in the city centre, on the same spot where the legendary ice rink Druzhba used to be located. The investment in the facility amounts to 340,000 euro. It will have..
World and European wrestling champion Taybe Yusein (62 kilogram weight class) is, expectedly, holder of this year’s Sports Icarus of the “Bulgarian Sports” Foundation for achievements during the year. 2018 has been the most successful year for..
Bulgarian athletes have won 35 medals - 15 gold, 13 silver and seven bronze - at an international gymnastics tournament for teenagers in Novi Sad, Serbia. As a team Bulgaria took the first place among the men and the girls finished in second place...