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Toma Tomov (Bulgarian : Тома Томов, born 21 May 1958) is a retired Bulgarian athlete who specialized in the 400 metres hurdles.

International competitions

Representing Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
1982 European Championships Athens, Greece8th 50.10
1983 World Championships Helsinki, FinlandDNF (semis)50.23 (heats)
1984 Friendship Games Moscow, Soviet Union3rd 49.29
Balkan Games Athens, Greece1st49.54
1985Balkan Games Stara Zagora, Bulgaria1st49.73
1986 Goodwill Games Moscow, Soviet Union6th49.08
European Championships Stuttgart, West Germany4th49.62
Balkan Games Ljubljana, Yugoslavia1st49.40
1987 World Championships Rome, Italysemis 49.11
1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Koreasemis 48.90

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