Atanas Atanasov

[long jumper] Atanas Atanasov (Атанас Атанасов, born 7 October 1956) is a retired Bulgarian long jumper. He won the 1981, 1984 and 1985 Balkan Championships. He finished eighth at the 1982 European Championships, twelfth at the 1983 World Championships, seventh at the 1985 European Indoor Championships, and seventh at the 1986...
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Atanas Atanasov

[runner] Atanas Atanasov (Атанас Атанасов; born 19 September 1945) is a retired Bulgarian runner who specialized in the 800 metres and 1500 metres. He won the 1968 and 1969 Balkan Championships. At the 1971 European Indoor Championships he finished fourth in the 4 x 800 metres relay with the Bulgarian team (Atanasov, Petar Kya...
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Atanas Atanasov

[footballer] Atanas Atanasov (Атанас Атанасов; born 14 July 1985 in Pleven) is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a defender for Dunav Ruse. His role on the pitch is left wingback. ==Career== Atanasov start to play football in Spartak Pleven, but at the age of 18 moved to Chernomorets Burgas and in season 2003-04 ma...
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Atanas Atanasov

[cyclist] Atanas Atanasov (born 1904, date of death unknown) was a Bulgarian cyclist. He competed in two events at the 1924 Summer Olympics. ...
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Atanas Atanasov

[football manager] Atanas Atanasov - Orela (Bulgarian: Атанас Атанасов - Орела; born 14 March 1969) is a former Bulgarian footballer and now football coach and manager. ...
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