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Ivan Atanasov Botev

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Ivan Atanasov Botev was born in the small village of Kalekovets - Калековец (few kilometers from the second largest city in Bulgaria – Plovdiv) on 30th May 1955.

Throughout his professional career as a rower he won many gold, silver and bronze medals from some of the most prestigious world rowing tournaments.

Some of his greatest Olympic, World Championship and other competition results are:

1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Canada – 5th place in Class M4+

Men's Four with coxswain (M4+) - Final - 25th July 1976

1 Soviet Union (Aleksandr Lukyanov, Aleksandr Klepikov, Nikolay Ivanov, Vladimir Yeshinov) 6:40.22
2 East Germany (Johannes Thomas, Ullrich Diessner, Walter Diessner, Rüdiger Kunze, Andreas Schulz) 6:42.70
3 West Germany (Hartmut Wenzel, Peter Niehusen, Siegfried Fricke, Ralph Kubail, Hans-Johann Färber) 6:46.96
4 Czechoslovakia (Vladimir Petricek, Vladimir János, Milan Suchopar, Karel Neffe, Otakar Marecek) 6:50.15
5 Bulgaria (Nenko Dobrev, Kiril Kirtchev, Ivan Botev, Nasko Mintchev, Lachezar Boitchev) 6:52.88
6 New Zealand (David Simmons, Ian Boserio, Tim Logan, Danny Keane, Viv Haar) 7:00.17

1977 World Rowing Championship in Amsterdam, Netherlands – 3rd place in Class M4+

Men's Four with coxswain (M4+) - 27th August 1977

1 East Germany (Dieter Wendisch, Walter Diessner, Gottfried Doehn, Ullrich Diessner, Andreas Gregor) 06:39.160
2 West Germany (Gabriel Konertz, Wolfram Thiem, Martin Schuetze, Klaus Meyer, Helmut Sassenbach) 06:41.760
3 Bulgaria (Yzvetan Petkov, Rumen Christov, Nasko Markov, Ivan Botev, Nenko Dobrev) 06:49.630
4 Soviet Union (Arturs Garonskis, Jan Aakernes, Dzintars Krishyanis, Dzorzes Tikmers, Yuris Bersinsh) 06:57.900
5 Czechoslovakia (Milan Suchpar, Pavel Svojanovský, Otakar Marecek, Oldrich Svojanovský, Vladimir Petricek) 06:59.270

1978 World Rowing Championship in Karapiro, New Zealand – 3rd place in Class M4+

Men's Four with coxswain (M4+) - 4th November 1978

1 East Germany (Ullrich Diessner, Gottfried Doehn, Walter Diessner, Dieter Wendisch, Andreas Gregor) 06:30.250
2 West Germany (Wolf-Dieter Oschlies, Wolfram Thiem, Frank Schuetze, Gabriel Konertz, Helmut Sassenbach) 06:31.560
3 Bulgaria (Rumen Christov, Tzvetan Petkov, Nasko Markov, Ivan Botev, Nenko Dobrev) 06:37.060
4 United States (Darrell Vreugdenhill, Thomas Woodman, Walter Jr Lubsen, Philip Stekl, Robert Jaugstetter) 06:39.210
5 Australia (Andrew Withers, William Baillieu, Henry Duncan, Michael Crowley, Martin Aitken) 06:46.920
6 New Zealand (Robert Murphy, Timothy Logan, Daniel Keane, Peter Johnson, Richard Gibson) 06:51.230

1978 Henley Royal Regatta in Henley, England – 1st place Grand Challenge Cup Winner in Class M8

1978 Henley Royal Regatta in Henley, England – 1st place Stewards’ Challenge Cup Winner in Class M4

1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, Russia – 6th place in Class M8+

Men's Eight with coxswain (M8+) - Final - 27th July 1980

1 East Germany (Klaus-Dieter Ludwig, Bernd Höing, Uwe Dühring, Ulrich Karnatz, Jens Doberschütz, Jörg Friedrich, Ulrich Kons, Hans-Peter Koppe, Bernd Krauß) 5:49.05
2 Great Britain (Colin Moynihan, Richard Stanhope, Malcom Mcgowan, John Pritchard, Andrew Justice, Chris Mahoney, Henry Clay, Allan Whitwell, Duncan Mcdougall) 5:51.92
3 Soviet Union (Grigori Dmitrenko, Igor Maistrenko, Andrej Loegin, Aleksandr Mantsevitsj, Jonas Normantas, Jonas Pintskus, Aleksandr Tkatsjenko, Andrej Tisjtsjenko, Wiktor Kokosjkin) 5:52.66
4 Czechoslovakia (Jirí Pták, Milan Kyselý, Milan Dolecek, Dusan Vicík, Karel Mejta, Karel Neffe, Ctirad Jungmann, Lubos Janko, Pavel Pevný) 5:53.73
5 Australia (David England, Brian Richardson, Timothy Young, James Lowe, Timothy Willoughby, Andrew Withers, William Dankbaar, Stephen Handley, Islay Lee) 5:56.74
6 Bulgaria (Ventzislav Koentsjev, Vesselin Sjterev, Petar Patzev, Michail Petrov, Jani Ignatov, Ivan Botev, Bozjidar Rogelov, Todor Mrankov, Dimitar Janakiev) 6:04.05
7 Hungary (Miklós Bálint, László Kiss, Kálmán Toronyi, Zoltán Sztárcsevics, András Kormos, Attila Strochmayer, Róbert Sass, Péter Tóvári, Ferenc Kiss) 5:57.61
8 Cuba (Enrique Carrillo, Antonio Riaño, Jorge Alvarez, Hermenegildo Pálacio, Francisco Mora, Juan Bueno, Juan Alfonso, Ismael Same, Wenceslao Borroto) 6:14.98

Following a horrific car accident Ivan Botev died in hospital on 26th February 2007.

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