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Toma Tomov (Bulgarian : Тома Томов, born 17 November 1946) is a Bulgarian water polo player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Bulgaria competed at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, USSR. 271 competitors, 183 men and 88 women, took part in 151 events in 20 sports.
The Civil Union "Roma" is a political party in Bulgaria. It is part of the Coalition for Bulgaria, an alliance led by the Bulgarian Socialist Party.
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 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany. 130 competitors, 106 men and 24 women, took part in 92 events in 15 sports.
Toma Tomov is a retired Bulgarian athlete who specialized in the 400 metres hurdles.
The 2007–08 A Group was the 60th season of the Bulgarian A Football Group since its establishment in 1948 and the 84th of a Bulgarian national top football division. The season began on 11 August 2007 and ended on 17 May 2008. CSKA Sofia won their 31st record league title. Last time they scooped the title was in 2004–05 season. CSKA won the league without a single defeat, 16 points ahead of their archrival Levski Sofia.
Aleksandar Tomov Lazarov is a Bulgarian wrestler, in the heaviest weight class.
Mitrovtsi is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Chiprovtsi Municipality, Montana Province.
The Men's Greco-Roman +100 kg at the 1972 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program at the Fairgrounds, Judo and Wrestling Hall.
Toma Sokolov was a Bulgarian sprint canoer who competed in the early 1960s. He finished sixth in the C-2 1000 m event at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome.
The men's light welterweight Low-Kick division at the W.A.K.O. European Championships 2004 in Budva was the fifth lightest of the male Low-Kick tournaments and involved only four fighters. Each of the matches was three rounds of two minutes each and were fought under Low-Kick kickboxing rules.
In European and Assyrian usage, the name Toma is a version of Thomas, originating from Aramaic t’om’a, meaning twin. In the Russian language, Toma may be a diminutive of the male first name Avtonom.
Joan Tomàs Roca is an Andorran trap shooter who competed in five Summer Olympics spanning 36 years.
Aleksandar Trifonov Tomov is a Bulgarian politician, economist, and academic.
The 1950 Bulgarian Cup Final was the 10th final of the Bulgarian Cup. It was contested by Levski Sofia and CSKA Sofia. It took three matches at People's Army Stadium to determine a winner. The first took place on 26 November, the second on 27 November and the third on 3 December 1950. The cup was won by Levski Sofia. They won the 2nd replay 1–0 after extra time.
Tomov or Tomow is a Bulgarian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Tomova or Tomowa. Notable people with the surname include:
Toma Junior Popov is a French badminton player. He won the bronze medal at the 2015 European Junior Championships in the boys' singles event. Popov made history as the first non-Danish male player to win a European Junior team gold as well as the men's singles and doubles in 2017. He joined Peter Gade, Jim Laugesen, and Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen as the only men to have ever completed the treble. He competed at the 2018 Mediterranean Games and claimed the men's singles bronze medal.
The following is the list of squads that took part in the men's water polo tournament at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Vasil Tomov is a Bulgarian water polo player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
The 1958 Wrestling World Cup was held from June 20 to 22 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The second freestyle Wrestling World Cup drew 76 wrestlers from 14 countries. This was the second World Cup organized by FILA. As during the first edition in each weight category, a separate individual tournament was held, and the winning team was determined by the total number of the points gained by each of its participants. As during the previous edition, the winner of the World Cup was the USSR National Team, which scored 38 points. This time, Greco-Roman wrestling event has not been contested. Roger Coulon, President of the International Wrestling Federation, visited Bulgaria for the World Cup, he called the event "an example of sports organization."
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