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() (25 August 1928 – 21 March 2014) was a Bulgarian football player.
was a left midfielder.
(Bulgarian: Асен Пандов; born June 15, 1984 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian short-track speed-skater.
Mincho Dimov, Georgi Khristov, Bojcho Branzov, Stefan Filipov, Emil Mikhajlov, Pando
, Khristo Dojchinov, Valentin Spasov, Ivajlo Kirov, Dimitar Sakhanikov, Stanislav Bojadzhiev, Slavejko Rajchev (Coach: Kiril Khajtov)
Atanas Golomeev, Georgi Khristov, Bojcho Branzov, Bogomil Chanev, Pando
, Rumen Pejchev, Khristo Borisov, Georgi Stojanov, Ivajlo Kirov, Marin Romanski, Khristo Dojchinov, Boris Krastev (Coach: Nejcho Nejchev)
Mincho Dimov, Cvjatko Barchovski, Ivan Vodenicharski, Georgi Khristov, Emil Mikhajlov, Khristo Dojchinov, Georgi Genev, Boris Krastev, Pando
, Bojcho Branzov, Temelaki Dimitrov, Slavejko Rajchev (Coach: Kiril Khajtov)
Atanas Golomeev, Georgi Khristov, Stefan Filipov, Pando
, Khristo Dojchinov, Bogomil Chanev, llija Yankov, Docho Petrov, Ivajlo Kirov, Rumen Pejchev, Slavejko Rajchev, Paspalanov (Coach: Dimitar Mitev)
As of 2013,
has not finished on the podium on the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup. His top World Cup ranking is 16th, in the 500 metres in 2005–06.
4. Bulgaria: Mincho Dimov, Ivan Vodenicharski, Cvjatko Barchovski, Georgi Khristov, Emil Mikhajlov, Slavejko Rajchev, Pando
, Khristo Dojchinov, Georgi Genev, Boris Krastev, Temelaki Dimitrov, Bojcho Branzov (Coach: Kiril Khajtov)
competed at the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympics for Bulgaria. In 2002, he finished 4th in his heat of the 500 metres, failing to advance. In 2010, he placed 4th in his opening race of the 1000 metres, again failing to advance. In both races, he placed 31st overall.
Patiala city has many playgrounds, including the Raja Bhalindra Sports Complex, more commonly known as Polo Ground on Lower Mall Road, which houses an indoor stadium. Other sports facilities include Yadavindra Sports Stadium for athletics, Rink Hall for roller skating, Dhruv
Cricket Stadium for cricket and National Institute of Sports, Patiala.
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