Tervel Dlagnev

Answering the Call to be More

Bio & Career Achievements

Tervel Dlagnev

Son of Ivaylo and Igrena Dlagnev, Has one sister, Kassie, He and his wife, Kirsten, were married on May 8, 2010. They have one son, Isaiah Tervel, Moved to the United States from Bulgaria when he was four years old.

2013: U.S. World Team Trials champion, U.S. Open champ, Alexander Medved International champ, World Cup silver medalist.

2012: New York AC International champion, Hargobind International champion, Fifth in Olympic Games, Ziolkowski International champion, U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion, Pan American Championships gold medalist, Cerro Pelado International champion… Second in Ivan Yarygin Memorial.

2011: Pan Am Games champion, Fifth in World Championships, Third in Ziolkowski International, Fifth in Ukrainian Memorial International, U.S. World Team Trials champ, U.S. Open champ, Third in Alexander Medved International, Buryatia Republic President’s Cup champ, Third in Ivan Yarygin Memorial.

2010: New York AC International champion, Second in Habibi & Movahed Cup, Second in Heydar Aliyev Golden Grand Prix, Second in U.S. World Team Trials, Pan American Championships gold medalist, Second in U.S. Open, Alexander Medved International champ.

2009: New York AC International champion, World bronze medalist, Heydar Aliyev Golden Grand Prix champion, U.S. World Team Trials champion, Second in U.S. Nationals, Third in Takhti Cup, Ukrainian Memorial International champion, Second in Dan Kolov International

2008: New York AC International champion, World University champion, Third in U.S. Nationals

2007: Sunkist Kids International Open champion, Fourth in U.S. Nationals, College: 2007 and 2008 NCAA Division II champion at Nebraska-Kearney, Placed second in 2006 and sixth in 2005, High School: Third in Texas state tournament in 2003, Fourth in state in 2002.

General Info
  • Residence: Columbus, Ohio
  • College: Nebraska- Kearney
  • Position: Head Coach
Notable Achievements
  • 2013 U.S. World Team Trials champion
  • 2013 U.S. Open champ
  • 2013 Alexander Medved International champion
  • 2012 New York AC International champion
  • 2012 Hargobind International champion
  • 2011 Pan Am Games champion