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Born in Sofia, Bulgaria
Nicknames Queen of short-track speed racing
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Evgenia Radanova was born on November 4, 1977 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Trivia (20)

In the 2010 Vancouver Olympics in the women's 500 m ended up 7th.
Donated her race suit to the Olympic Museum in Lozana, Switzerland.
Her motto is: Whatever doesn't kill you, makes you stronger.
In Athens 2004 Summer games took part in cycling.
Is a coach at the Ice Pick Club.
Studied coaching at the National Sports Academy.
Won a silver Olympic medal in the 500 m short track in 2002 in Salt Lake City.
Is the European champion 7 years in a row in a short-track speed racer.
Coach is Ivan Pandov.
Has been severely injured at least twice, but has overcome the injuries to come back.
Was a commentator from the BNT during the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Her club is Slavia Sofia Sports Club.
Won 47 medals from European Championships over the years - 37 are gold.
Is a former short-track speed skater and racing cyclist.
Won 3 Olympic medals over the years - 2 silver and one bronze.
Participated in both the Summer and Winter Olympics.
In August 2014, Radanova was appointed as Bulgarian Minister of Youth and Sports on a temporary basis.
Was the world record holder in the 500 m short track distance with 43.671s, which she set in Calgary, Canada on 19 October 2001.
Is a member of the Bulgarian Olympic committee.
Retired from the sport in 2010.

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