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Dimitar Dimitrov Dobrev (Bulgarian : Димитър Добрев; 14 April 1931 – 1 April 2019) was a Greco-Roman wrestler from Bulgaria, where he spent most of his professional career. Dobrev was the Olympic champion in the middleweight division of Greco-Roman Wrestling at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Bulgarian, is an Indo-European language and a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic language family.
Greco-Roman (US) or Graeco-Roman (UK) wrestling is a style of wrestling that is practiced worldwide. It was contested at the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 and has been included in every edition of the summer Olympics held since 1908.This style of wrestling forbids holds below the waist; this is the major difference from freestyle wrestling, the other form of wrestling at the Olympics. This restriction results in an emphasis on throws because a wrestler cannot use trips to take an opponent to the ground, or avoid throws by hooking or grabbing the opponent's leg.
Amateur wrestling is the most widespread form of sport wrestling. There are two international wrestling styles performed in the Olympic Games: freestyle and Greco-Roman. Both styles are under the supervision of United World Wrestling. A similar style, commonly called collegiate, is practiced in colleges and universities, secondary schools, middle schools, and among younger age groups in the United States. Where the style is not specified, this article refers to the international styles of competition on a mat. In February 2013, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) voted to remove the sport from the 2020 Summer Olympics onwards. On 8 September 2013, the IOC announced that wrestling would return to the Summer Olympics in 2020. The rapid rise in the popularity of the combat sport mixed martial arts (MMA) has increased interest in amateur wrestling due to its effectiveness in the sport and it is considered a core discipline.
Born in Ezerche, Dobrev was a mathematician, and, prior to his competitive wrestling career, he was gymnast.
Ezerche is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Tsar Kaloyan Municipality, Razgrad Province. It has a population of about 2,000. The village is around 261 km (162 mi) from the capital of Sofia.
Dimitar Nikolov Yakimov, is a Bulgarian former footballer who played as an attacking midfielder or forward. Throughout his career, he played for the Bulgarian football club CSKA Sofia, and was sometimes called "the poet of football" for his dribbling skills.
Bulgaria competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. 98 competitors, 89 men and 9 women, took part in 66 events in 12 sports.
Bulgaria competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia and Stockholm, Sweden.
Dimitar Petrov Khlebarov was pole vaulter from Bulgaria. He set his personal best on 26 September 1965 at a meet in Sofia. He was born in Yambol.
Dimitar is a Bulgarian and Macedonian name, derived from Saint Demetrius (280-306). Containing the Proto Indo-European language mater "mother", it is rooted in the Greek goddess Earth mother Demeter, who is rooted in the ancient goddess Earth Mother. It sounds the same as the Polish Dymitr.
Dimitar Milanov Stoyanov was a Bulgarian international footballer who played as a right winger.
Dimitar Vasilev was a Bulgarian fencer. He competed at the 1928 and 1936 Summer Olympics.
Dobrev is a Bulgarian surname, derived from the personal name Dobri. It may refer to:
Dimitar Dobrev was one of Bulgaria’s leading economists and academicians. He worked in the field of accountancy as science, a theoretician, economist, lecturer, second Rector of the Free University of Political and Economic Sciences, professor at the State High School of Finance and administrative sciences and the Higher Economics Institute "Karl Marx".
Dimitar Simeonov Largov is a former Bulgarian football midfielder who played for Bulgaria in the 1966 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Septemvri Sofia and Slavia Sofia. He also competed in the men's tournament at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Bogdan Dobrev is a Bulgarian former rower who competed in the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Dobri Dimitrov Dobrev, better known as Grandpa Dobri, Elder Dobri or The Saint of Bailovo, was a Bulgarian ascetic who walked over 20 kilometres (12 mi) each day to sit or stand in front of the Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky in Sofia to collect money for charitable causes. Dobrev donated all the money he collected to charities, orphanages, churches, and monasteries. He turned 100 in July 2014. In Bulgarian, his name translates as "good" or "kind".
Dimitar Zahariev is a former Bulgarian volleyball player and volleyball coach. He was the head coach of the Bulgaria men's national volleyball team that won the 5th place in the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, in the team's first ever participation in the Olympic games. At club level, he was head coach of the Greek powerhouse Olympiacos from 1980 to 1984 and coached the club to 2 Greek Championships and 2 Greek Cups. He also led Olympiacos to their first ever CEV Champions League Final Four participation in 1981-1982 season, which was the first ever CEV Champions League Final Four participation by any Greek volleyball club.
Vasil Dobrev is a Bulgarian former swimmer. He competed in two events at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Dimitar Sakhanikov is a Bulgarian basketball player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Nenko Dobrev is a Bulgarian rowing coxswain. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics, 1976 Summer Olympics and the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Dimitar Yanakiev is a Bulgarian rower. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics, 1976 Summer Olympics and the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Dimitar Valov is a Bulgarian rower. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics and the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Dimitar Tonchev is a Bulgarian rower. He competed in the men's eight event at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
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