Ralitsa Bogdanova

She practiced artistic gymnastics and figure skating in her childhood. She returnes to the sport as an adult in 2009 when she became part of the Figure skating sports club “Ice Blade”. Until 2011 she trained and participated in adults skating competitions in Bulgaria and Hungary where she won several silver and bronze medals. In 2012 she started attending acrobatic gymnastics classes, which were the reason she left the ice rink. She returned to gymnastics, as from 2013-2015 trained with the famous Bulgarian coach Vladimir Yanev.
In 2015 she participated in an adult gymnastics competition in Glasgow, Scotland, where she won a gold medal in her category. Since 2018 she’s been working with competitors as an assistant coach at the Artistic Gymnastics Club Levski-Spartak 08. In the same year she acquired “Gymcert Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Level 1,2 and 3” certificate and “Fundamentals of Gymnastics instruction” as part of the USA Gymnastics University. Speaks French, English and Bulgarian. .

Stoyan Metodiev

He was involved in a lot of sports in his early childhood. He graduated from the National Sports Academy with specialty “Physical Education and Sports”. Besides artistic gymnastics his interests include: strength and conditioning, mobility, mountain biking and nutrition. In 2011 he participated in a seminar organized by CHEK Institute, San Diego, and got certified as CHEK HLC Level 1. In 2016 he attended Ido Portal “The Corset” workshop in Vienna. Since 2017 he’s been working with competitors as an assistant coach at the Artistic Gymnastics Club Levski-Spartak 08. In 2018 acquired “Gymcert Boys’s Artistic Gymnastics Level 1” certificate and “Fundamentals of Gymnastics instruction” as part of the USA Gymnastics University. Speaks English and Bulgarian.