Football – Bozhil Kolev
Footballer № 1 in Varna for the 20th century and 18th in FIFA ranking for the most effective defenders in the national championships.
Participant at the World Cup finals in 1974, five-time champion and winner of the Cup of the country, two times a winner of the Cup for sportsmanship in the group of Masters, winner of the sports title "Honoured Master of Sports". Bozhil Kolev played in 373 matches and scored 74 goals in 'A' group. He played 254 matches for CSKA Football Team and scored 63 goals. He played in 119 matches and scored 11 goals in Cherno More Football Team.Basketball – Vladimir Marinov
He was also an assistant of the national football coach Hristo Bonev at the World Cup finals in 1998, a coach of CSKA, of Cyprus - Omonia (Nicosia) and NEA - Salamina, (Larnaca), a player-coach in his native team and a senior coach of Cherno More and Dobrudzha Football Teams.
He was a professional basketball player in "Euroins Cherno more" - Varna between 2001-2007. He was a winner of the Cup of Bulgaria two times within this period. He has 6 champion titles, 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal (The Cup of Bulgaria), 4 bronze medals in other competitions. Between 2008 and 2010, he was a professional basketball player in "Spartak" - Pleven, where he won 2 bronze medals in the Cup of Bulgaria. He was a player of Chernomorets - Burgas up to 2011.
Volleyball - Boris Mitkov Yankov
A representative of the school of Cherno More - Varna. He competed in all age groups in Cherno More Team and in 1996, 2000 and 2001 the team won a bronze, silver and gold medal respectively at the National Championships.
He has played in the men's team of Cherno More - Bask – Varna since 2000. During 2001 and 2005 sports seasons he won respectively a bronze medal at the National Championship and a bronze medal at the Cup of Bulgaria Tournament.
He played in:
- the team of Tomis Constanta - Romania in 2007 (he won the Cup of the country and became a Champion of Romania)
- Zahra (Lebanese team), in the team of EVBS pays de Montbeliard-France, which reached the third place in the French league N1.
- the Cyprus team - Omonia - Nicosia. The team reached the fourth position in the local Championship.
He competed for the team of the Technical University of Varna, with which he won third place at the National Championship in 2003, as well as the award for the best forward of the Tournament.
From 2004 to 2008, he competed for the team of "Chernorizets Hrabar" Varna Free University, with which he won two silver medals at the National Championship.
He has been a professional beach volleyball player since 2002. Together with his partner Milen Stoyanov, they have won seven tournaments of the Bulgarian Championship and became national champions in 2003. The following year, they both represented Bulgaria at the international chain SWATCH FIVB WORLD TOUR, finishing the season at the 47th position in the world ranking list.
In 2005 they won the gold medals at the Balkan Games (Balkaniada) in Romania.
In 2007 they won the Balkan Games (Balkaniada) in Varna.
In 2008 they won the silver medals at the Balkan Games (Balkaniada) in Belgrade.
In 2009 they reached the 5th place at a tournament of the CEV Challenger Chain in Novi Sad and fourth place at the tournament of the same chain in Varna.
In 2010 and 2011 they were silver medalists at the National Championship in beach volleyball in Bulgaria.
Tennis – Mitko Yovev
Mitko Yovev Yovev started playing tennis in 1964 and until 1976 he was a player of "Chermo More" Naval-Student Sports Society (NSSS) - Varna. He started working as a coach at the same club in 1976. In his capacity of a coach, he trained tennis players, including a participant at the European Junior Championship and a player in the team of Bulgaria at Davis Cup.
He began working as a trainer at prestigious sports clubs in Lebanon and Greece in 1993.
Since 2010 he has been the president of the "Yovev" Tennis Club and has been training tennis players, competing at children and youth tournaments in the sports calendar of the Bulgarian Tennis Federation.