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Pavlina Ivanovna Filipova (Bulgarian: Павлина Иванова Фипипова); born December 20, 1975 in Berkovitsa) is a Bulgarian biathlete. Her professional sporting career began in 1996. She has competed in three Winter Olympic Games. In 1998 and 2002, Filipova posted fourth-place finishes in the 15 km individual and 4 x 7.5 km relay, respectively. Filipova also won an individual gold medal for Bulgaria in the 15 km race at the 2006 Biathlon European Championships in Langdorf-Abersee, Germany. In the same year she was awarded a golden badge by the Bulgarian Olympic Committee. Filipova is married and has a daughter, called Adriana.
- World Cup
- No victories in World Cup events. Twice finished 3rd
- 15th in general classification in 1999-2000 World Cup
- "Pavlina Filipova profile, statistics and distinctions". biathlon.com. Retrieved 2013-03-11.
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- "Павлина Филипова се сдоби с дъщеря, малката красавица се казва Адриана". topsport.bg. Retrieved 2013-03-11.
- "Десет български спортисти получиха златни значки, Стефка Костадинова награди отличените в Музея на спорта". topsport.bg. Retrieved 2006-05-12.
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