|Born||15 April 1926|
|Died||1998 (aged 71–72)|
Angel Kolev (15 April 1926 – 1998) was a Bulgarian sprinter. He competed in the men's 100 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
|1952||Olympics||Helsinki, Finland||6th, Qtr 1||100 m||DQ|
Kolev is a common Bulgarian surname derived from the name of Nikolaj, Kolja. It is the surname of sons and daughters of a father who is named Nikolaj. Notable people with the name Kolev include:
Bulgaria competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 158 competitors, 105 men and 53 women, took part in 108 events in 14 sports.
Bulgaria competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. 63 competitors, 56 men and 7 women, took part in 56 events in 9 sports.
Andrés Aldama Cabrera is a retired amateur Cuban boxer, who won the light welterweight silver medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics and the Welterweight gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Ivan Petkov Kolev was a Bulgarian football player and coach.
Nedelcho Lazarov Kolev is a Bulgarian Olympic, European and World Weightlifting Champion. He had success at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow and won 6 gold medals at the world championships in Manila and Havana, Cuba. He has worked as chief coach for the national teams of Bulgaria, Bahrain, India, Thailand and Indonesia. From 1965 to 1980 he competed only for CSKA Sofia club. His coaches were Angel Akrabov and Zdravko Koev. In the national team of Bulgaria was trained by Ivan Abadzhiev. Kolev has won a total of 29 medals from the Olympic Games, World and European Championships in total, snatch and clean and jerk - 11 gold, 11 silver and 7 bronze. He has set 16 world records - 11 for men and 5 for juniors. He was elected Athlete of the Year of Bulgaria for 1973.
Nikolay Kolev is a retired discus thrower from Bulgaria who competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Nikolay Kolev, nicknamed Michmana was a Bulgarian TV sports journalist. He will be remembered as a symbol of Bulgarian national sports journalism, being a pioneer in the profession.
Stancho Kolev Ivanov is a retired Bulgarian freestyle wrestler. He competed in the featherweight category at the 1960 and 1964 Olympics and won silver medals on both occasions.
Ivan Kolev is a Bulgarian former wrestler who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics and in the 1976 Summer Olympics. He was also active in the world championships. In the 1973 World Championship he finished: 74.0 kg. Greco-Roman (1st). In the 1973 European Championship he finished: 74.0 kg. Greco-Roman (1st). In the 1974 European Championship he finished: 74.0 kg. Greco-Roman (1st); 1975 European Championship: 74.0 kg. Greco-Roman (6th).
Yoan Kolev is a Bulgarian windsurfer, who specialized in Neil Pryde RS:X class. As of September 2013, he is ranked no. 101 in the world for the sailboard class by the International Sailing Federation. Kolev also trains for Yavor Sailing Club in Nesebar under his personal coach, mentor, and brother Yavor Kolev.
Nikolay Kolev may refer to:
Georgi D. Georgiev is a retired Bulgarian discus thrower. He competed in the men's discus throw at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Binko Ganev Kolev is a Bulgarian Olympic middle-distance runner. He represented his country at the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Nikolay Kolev is a Bulgarian rower. He competed in the men's coxless four event at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Nikolay Kolev is a Bulgarian rower. He competed in the men's coxless pair event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Park Tae-sik is a South Korean boxer. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics and the 1976 Summer Olympics. At the 1976 Summer Olympics, he lost to Vladimir Kolev of Bulgaria.
Abdel Hamid Fouad Gad is an Egyptian boxer. He competed in the men's welterweight event at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. At the 1972 Summer Olympics he lost to Vladimir Kolev of Bulgaria.
Deyan Kolev was a Bulgarian gymnast. He competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Nikolay Kolev is a Bulgarian weightlifter. He competed in the men's middle heavyweight event at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
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