Valentina Kevliyan 1996 Olympic Games - Atlanta, USA- 2nd place, Silver medal. 1996 World Championships - Budapest, Hungary - 1st place in the All-around.

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1996 Olympic Games – Atlanta, USA– 2nd place, silver medal
1996 World Championships – Budapest, Hungary – 1st place in the All-around
1996 Grand Prix – Lievin, France- 1st place in the All-around, gold medal
1996 Grand Prix – Kalamata, Greece – 1st place in the All-around, gold medal
1995 World Championships – Vienna, Austria – 1st place in the All-around, 1 gold and 1 silver medals at the finals
1995 European Championships – Prague, Czech Republic – 2nd place in the All-around, 1 gold and 1 silver medals at the finals
1995 Grand Prix – Kalamata,Greece- 1st place in the All-around, gold medal
1995 Grand Prix – Lievin, France- 1st place in the All-around, gold medal
1994 World Championships – Paris, France – 3rd place in the All-around, 1 gold and 1 silver medal at the finals
1994 Grand Prix – Lievin, France – 2nd place in the All-around, silver medal
1994 Epson Cup – Japan, Tokio – 1st place in the All-around, gold medal
1993 World Cup – Alicante, Spain – 3rd place in the All-around, 1 gold and 1 bronze medal at the finals
1993 European Championships – Bucharest, Romania – 2nd place in the All-around, one gold and one silver medals
1993 WACOAL CUP- Tokyo, Japan – 1st place in the All-around, gold medal

As a coach:
2005-2008 Rhythmic gymnastic club Levski 2005
PRESIDENT AND HEAD COACH
2000 – 2008 Rhythmic gymnastics judge at the Bulgaria Federation Rhythmic Gymnastics, Sofia, Bulgaria give scores to the competitors at the national and international competitions
2005 – 2007 National rhythmic gymnastic club of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
2004 July – 2004 August Maringa, Brazil
2000 May – 2000 October Rio de Janeiro and Maringa, Brazil
1998 May – 1998 June Blumenau, Brazil
2001 January and 2002 December, Seoul, South Korea

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