On Thursday, 17 November, at 10.30 a.m., at a ceremony at the Presidential Palace , Head of State Rumen Radev will award the Presidential Badge of Honour to prominent Bulgarian athletes for outstanding achievements in the development of Bulgarian sport...
More than 3,500 applications have been submitted for participation in the Sofia Marathon, which will be held on Sunday , October 9, the organizers of one of the most popular sports events in the capital announced. About 500 people will..
840 participants from 27 countries stand at the start of the mountain ultramarathon "Tryavna Ultra". The competition is held for the sixth year in the heart of Stara Planina Mountain. The start and finish are on the square in the picturesque town of..
On May 17 (the Day of Bulgarian Sports), President Rumen Radev is to award the Honorary Sign of the Head of State to prominent Bulgarian athletes. The former rhythmic gymnast, rhythmic gymnastics coach and choreographer Neshka Robeva, the..
More than 300 students will take part in the XXI Varna Universiade, which starts today and will run until April 24 , BNR Varna reported. All events will carried out in accordance with the epidemiological situation in the country and will be held only..
More than 700 taekwondo fighters from more than 50 countries will compete on March 6th and 7th in the Ramus Sofia Open tournamen t, which is in the highest G1 category, BGNES reported. The list of participants includes the names of Olympic and world..
Sofia is expecting its strongest marathon with the participation of runners from the world's elite. The many canceled competitions around the world gave them an impetus to join the Bulgarian race, bgathletic.com reports. The 37th edition of the..
220 athletes from 10 countries took part in the first edition of the Kyustendil marathon today, with prize fund 10,000 euro. The marathon was won by Atrem Kazban, Ukraine who covered the distance of 42.195 kms., in 2 hours 28 minutes. Üzeyir..
The Bulgarian Athletics Federation has made public the new rules of training in Bulgaria in the conditions of the coronavirus pandemic. Athletics training sessions are only allowed for registered competitors, and only on outdoor race tracks..
Three of Bulgaria's athletes in medium and long-distance running Militsa Mircheva, Yolo Nikolov and Mitko Tsenov, who were at a training camp in Kenya, have remained blocked there because of the global coronavirus crisis . The last flight from Nairobi..