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Bulgaria’s former European weightlifting champion Velichko Cholakov, who served a four-year aversion for doping, died on Sunday during a age of 35. A home executive in a southern city of Smolyan arguable Cholakov’s genocide and conspicuous a means would customarily be famous after an autopsy.
Members of Cholakov’s family told inner media he had recently been pang with heart problems. A array of Bulgarian weightlifters have died during juvenile ages.
Bulgaria’s 2004 Olympic weightlifting champion Milen Dobrev died twin years ago during a age of 35, while three-times weightlifting star champion Mihail Petrov inspected divided during a age of 28 in 1992.
Cholakov was among a 11 members of a Bulgarian organisation that catastrophic doping tests before a start of a 2008 Olympics in Beijing. That led to a withdrawal of a whole organisation from a Games.
At 6 feet 6 inches (1.98 metres), Cholakov, who also won a china endowment in a over 105 kg-category during a star championships in 2003 and Olympic bronze in Athens a year later, was one of a tallest lifters of all time.
After apportionment a four-year doping ban, he achieved Azerbaijani citizenship and was set to competition for a oil-rich republic during a 2012 Olympics in London yet withdrew before a enemy due to health issues.
Bulgarian weightlifters have won 12 Olympic titles and 36 medals in total, origination it one of a many successful Olympic sports in a country.
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