|Bulgaria at the|
1992 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Bulgarian Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||138 in 19 sports|
|Flag bearer||Ivaylo Yordanov|
| Medals |
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
Bulgaria competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. 138 competitors, 87 men and 51 women, took part in 116 events in 19 sports.
After a twelve-year absence from archery, Bulgaria returned in 1992. Only one archer competed. He did not qualify for the elimination rounds.
Men's Individual Competition:
Men's 5.000 metres
Men's 400m Hurdles
Men's Long Jump
Men's Triple Jump
Men's Hammer Throw
Men's Discus Throw
Women's Javelin Throw
Women's High Jump
Women's Discus Throw
Men's Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)
Men's Flyweight (– 51 kg)
Men's Bantamweight (– 54 kg)
Men's Featherweight (– 67 kg)
Men's Lightweight (– 60 kg)
Men's Middleweight (– 75 kg)
Men's Super-Heavyweight (+ 91 kg)
|Nikolay Bukhalov||C-1 500 m||1:53.64||1 Q||BYE||1:53.32||1 Q||1:51.15|
|C-1 1000 m||4:03.36||2 Q||BYE||4:03.46||2 Q||4:05.92|
| Martin Marinov |
|C-2 500 m||1:44.00||2 Q||BYE||1:41.94|
|C-2 1000 m||3:33.57||3 Q||N/A||3:39.58||1 Q||3:43.97||6|
| Milko Kazakov |
|K-2 500 m||1:39.36||5 Q||1:33.42||4||Did not advance|
| Nikolay Yordanov |
|K-4 1000 m||2:57.30||3 Q||N/A||2:57.42||5 Q||3:02.08||8|
| Bonka Pindzheva |
|K-2 500 m||1:50.04||5 Q||BYE||1:50.28||8||Did not advance|
| Bonka Pindzheva |
|K-4 500 m||1:43.59||8 Q||N/A||1:45.90||6||Did not advance|
One male cyclist represented Bulgaria in 1992.
|Kiril Georgiev||Men's time trial||1:07.371||21|
|Petar Trifonov||3 m Springboard||320.82||27||Did not advance|
Two male pentathletes represented Bulgaria in 1992.
| Yordan Danchev |
|Double sculls||7:13.50||4 R||6:52.43||4 SC/D||6:30.77||2 FC||6:36.57||16|
| Yordan Danchev |
|Coxed pair||8:03.56||5 R||7:33.73||4 FC||N/A||7:38.25||15|
|Violeta Ninova-Yordanova||Single sculls||8:08.43||5 R||7:58.70||1 Q||8:01.15||5 FB||8:16.22||10|
| Daniela Oronova |
|Double sculls||7:19.53||2 Q||BYE||7:04.02||4 FB||7:04.19||7|
| Violeta Zareva |
|Coxless pair||8:03.55||4 R||7:58.18||2 Q||7:28.37||3 Q||7:32.67||6|
| Lalka Berberova |
|Quadruple sculls||6:46.40||5 R||6:49.72||4 FB||N/A||6:53.71||9|
| Lalka Berberova |
|Coxed four||7:11.71||4 R||6:57.97||3 FB||N/A||6:57.78||9|
|Ivan Dimitrov||25 m rapid fire pistol||577||24||Did not advance|
|Tanyu Kiryakov||50 m pistol||567||2 Q||618 (DNF)||8|
|10 m air pistol||583||5 Q||679.7||7|
|Spas Koprinkov||50 m pistol||558||11||Did not advance|
|10 m air pistol||578||12||Did not advance|
|Emil Milev||25 m rapid fire pistol||581||20||Did not advance|
|Stoyan Stamenov||10 m air rifle||583||31||Did not advance|
|Petar Zaprianov||50 m rifle prone||591||31||Did not advance|
|Mariya Grozdeva||25 m pistol||574||18||Did not advance|
|10 m air pistol||383||3 Q||481.6|
|Vesela Letcheva||50 m rifle three positions||581||5 Q||678.0||6|
|10 m air rifle||396||1 Q||495.3|
|Nonka Matova||50 m rifle three positions||584||3 Q||682.7|
|Tanya Staneva||10 m air pistol||373||35||Did not advance|
|Diana Yorgova||25 m pistol||570||29||Did not advance|
|Anitsa Valkova||10 m air rifle||392||10||Did not advance|
|Anton Manolov||Skeet||138||57||Did not advance|
|Denislav Kalchev||200 metre butterfly||2:03.73||33||Did not advance|
|200 metre individual medley||2:06.51||26||Did not advance|
|400 metre individual medley||4:31.49||23||Did not advance|
|Dragomir Markov||100 metre backstroke||58.17||34||Did not advance|
|100 metre butterfly||55.85||32||Did not advance|
|Georgi Mihalev||100 metre backstroke||56.59||11 Q||56.85||15||Did not advance|
|200 metre backstroke||2:02.24||13 Q||DNS||Did not advance|
|Khristian Minkovski||100 metre butterfly||56.94||45||Did not advance|
|200 metre butterfly||2:05.18||35||Did not advance|
|Mariya Kocheva||100 metre backstroke||1:06.17||37||Did not advance|
|200 metre backstroke||2:21.79||36||Did not advance|
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