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Medal record Women's canoe sprint World Championships Gold 1977 Sofia K-4 500 m Velitscha Mintscheva is a Bulgarian sprint canoer who competed in the late 1970s. She won a gold medal in the K-4 500 m event at the 1977 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Sofia. References ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936-2007. ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936-2007. v · d · eWorld Champions in Women's Canoe Sprint K-4 500 m 1963: Soviet Union (Valentina Bizak, Lyudmila Pinayeva, Mariya Shubina, & Antonina Seredina) * 1966: Soviet Union (Mariya Shubina, Antonina Seredina, Lyudmila Pinayeva, & Nadezhda Levchenko) * 1970: Soviet Union (Lyudmila Besrukova, Tamara Zhimanskaya, Natalya Boyko, & Nineli Vaklua) * 1971: Soviet Union (Yekaterina Kurizhko, Natalya Boyko, Yulia Ryabchinskaya, & Lyudmila Pinayeva) * 1973: Soviet Union (Lyudmila Pinayeva, Nina Gopova, Larissa Kabakova, & Tamara Popova) * 1974: East Germany (Ilse Kaschube, Bärbel Köster, Anke Ohde, & Carola Zirzow) * 1975: East Germany (Bärbel Köster, Anke Ohde, Bettina Müller, & Carola Zirzow) * 1977: Bulgaria (Maria Mintscheva, Rosa Bohanova, Velitscha Mintscheva, & Natascha Janakieva) * 1978: East Germany (Marion Rösiger, Roswitha Eberl, Carsta Genäuß, & Birgit Fischer) * 1979: East Germany (Marion Rösiger, Martina Bischof, Birgit Fischer, & Roswitha Eberl) * 1981: East Germany (Birgit Fischer, Carsta Kühn, Kathrin Stoll, & Roswitha Eberl) * 1982: East Germany (Birgit Fischer, Bettina Streussel, Roswitha Eberl, & Kathrin Giese) * 1983: East Germany (Birgit Fischer, Carsta Kühn, Ramona Walther, & Kathrin Giese) * 1985: East Germany (Birgit Fischer, Carsta Kühn, Heike Singer, & Kathrin Giese) * 1986: Hungary (Erika Géczi, Erika Mészáros, Rita Kőbán & Éva Rakusz) * 1987: East Germany (Birgit Schmidt, Anke Nothnagel, Ramona Portwich, & Ines Rudolph) * 1989: East Germany (Katrin Borchert, Monika Bunke, Heike Singer, & Anke Nothnagel) * 1990: East Germany (Silke Bull, Ramona Portwich, Heike Rabenow, & Anke von Seck) * 1991: Germany (Katrin Borchert, Monika Bunke, Ramona Portwich, & Anke von Seck) * 1993: Germany (Birgit Schmidt, Ramona Portwich, Anett Schuck, & Daniela Gleue) * 1994: Germany (Birgit Schmidt, Ramona Portwich, Anett Schuck, & Daniela Gleue) * 1995: Germany (Manuela Mucke, Ramona Portwich, Birgit Schmidt, & Anett Schuck) * 1997: Germany (Birgit Fischer, Anett Schuck, Katrin Kieseler, & Katrin Wagner) * 1998: Germany (Birgit Fischer, Anett Schuck, Manuela Mucke, & Marcela Bednar) * 1999: Hungary (Katalin Kovács, Erzsébet Viski, Szilvia Szabó, & Rita Kőbán) * 2001: Hungary (Katalin Kovács, Szilvia Szabó, Kinga Bóta, & Erzsébet Viski) * 2002: Hungary (Katalin Kovács, Szilvia Szabó, Kinga Bóta, & Erzsébet Viski) * 2003: Hungary (Katalin Kovács, Szilvia Szabó, Erzsébet Viski, & Kinga Bóta) * 2005: Germany (Carolin Leonhardt, Conny Waßmuth, Judith Hörmann, & Katrin Wagner-Augustin) * 2006: Hungary (Krisztina Fazekas, Tímea Paksy, Natasa Janics, & Katalin Kovács) * 2007: Germany (Carolin Leonhardt, Conny Waßmuth, Katrin Wagner-Augustin, & Maren Knebel) * 2009: Hungary (Dalma Benedek, Danuta Kozák, Natasa Janics, & Katalin Kovács) * 2010: Hungary (Natasa Janics, Tamara Csipes, Katalin Kovács, & Dalma Benedek) This article about a Bulgarian canoer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e