Owner and Head Coach of Olympia RG
Daniela Todorova is two time European Champion, World Champion, International Master of Sports, national level judge in Rhythmic gymnastics with 20 years coaching experience developing top level athletes. She is also having Rhythmic Sports Gymnastics Instructor Certificate and Master of Science degree in Marketing and Management.She is NCCP 3 level certified coach in rhythmic gymnastics
Major Athletic Achievements
World Champion Brussels, Belgium – 1990
European Champion Goteborg, Sweden – 1990
Gymnastic Masters Cup winner Stuttgart, Germany – 1990
Alfred Vogel Toernool winner Holland – 1990
Wacoal Cup winner Tokyo, Japan – 1990
European Champion Tenerife, Spain – 1989
Graciella Golden Cup 2nd place Switzerland – 1989
Athlete of the year – Burgas,Bulgaria – 1989
International Master of Sports designation
Government award – 1989
Athlete of the year – Burgas,Bulgaria – 1990
Mimi competed in rhythmic gymnastics for 7 years, 6 of them at a National level.Some highlights during that time include:
2001 Group National Silver Medalist
3-time Western Group Champion
2-time Provincial Champion
Qualified individually for the National Championships 4 times
She is a NCCP 3 Level certified coach in rhythmic gymnastics as well as artistic gymnastics and have been coaching for 6 years.
She is also having a bachelor degree of Arts-Psychology from UBC.
Andreea competed 5 years in rhythmic gymnastics.
She is a level 2 certified NCCP coach in rhythmic gymnastics and has been coaching in Olympia RG for 6 years.
She is also currently a last year student at UBC – Human Kinetics
Amanda competed in rhythmic gymnastics for 6 years, 5 of the National level.Some highlights of the time include:
2004 Provincial Champion
Quaified individually for National Championships
She is a level 2 certified NCCP coach in rhythmic gymnastics and is currently a last year science student at UBC
Vlada competed for 4 years in rhythmic gymnastics.
She is certified with NCCP level 2 coach and CPR.
Vlada has been coaching recreational and pre-competitive levels for 4 years and is also UBC science student 3rd year.