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Kiril Milov

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Dec 15, 2021

Kiril Milenov Milov (Bulgarian: Кирил Миленов Милов, 27 January 1997) is a BulgarianGreco-Roman wrestler. In 2018, he won the silver medal in the 97 kg event at the 2018 World Wrestling Championships held in Budapest, Hungary.[2][3] He represented Bulgaria at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

Bulgarian Greco-Roman wrestler

Kiril Milov

Kiril Milov at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships in Oslo, Norway
Personal information
Native name Кирил Миленов Милов
Full name Kiril Milenov Milov
Born (1997-01-27) 27 January 1997 (age 24)
Dupnitsa,[1] Bulgaria
Sport
Country Bulgaria
Sport Amateur wrestling
Weight class 97 kg
Event(s) Greco-Roman

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At the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics held in Nanjing, China, he won the silver medal in the 85 kg event.[4][5]

In 2019, he won the silver medal in the 97 kg event at the 2019 European Wrestling Championships held in Bucharest, Romania.[6][7] In the final, he lost against Musa Evloev of Russia.

In March 2021, he qualified at the European Qualification Tournament to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.[8][9] In April 2021, he competed in the 97 kg event at the 2021 European Wrestling Championships held in Warsaw, Poland.

He competed in the 97 kg event at the 2020 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan.[10] He won his first match against Cenk İldem of Turkey and he was then eliminated in his next match by eventual bronze medalist Mohammad Hadi Saravi of Iran.

Milov is a fan of extreme sports.[1]

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