Agrion awarded scholarships to Plovdiv's most prosperous young athlete, Joseph Miladinov

The ceremony was part of the city's Athlete of the Year Plovdiv's awards. Agrion's award was presented by its production director Nikolay Minev.

The ceremony was part of the city's Athlete of the Year Plovdiv's awards. Agrion's award was presented by its production director Nikolay Minev.

"Business and Sport have always shared common values ​​- leadership, perseverance and perseverance. This is also the basis of our corporate philosophy in Agrion, thanks to which we have becomethe leader in the agricultural land market. Plovdiv has always been the sporting heart of Bulgaria. Here is the oldest sports school in our country. I am proud that thanks to Agrion, this young talent will remain in our city, and achieve new records. I hope as eternal as the record of our fellow citizen Stefka Kostadinova, ”Nikolay Minev told the crowd in the full Kolodrum Hall.

The Agrion medalist is one of Bulgaria's most brilliant swimming talents. At only 16 years old, he became the first Bulgarian to swim a 100m butterfly in less than 52 seconds. - 51.91 sec.

Miladinov won an Olympic quota for Tokyo, and among his awards are third and fourth place at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, as well as a silver medal in the 100 meters butterfly at the European Junior Championships in Kazan, Russia.

Joseph was voted second in the Plovdiv Athlete of the Year rankings. The winner of the race was the canoe kayaker Angel Kodinov, and his prize was awarded by the mayor of the city Zdravko Dimitrov.