Born and raised in Bulgaria, Antoaneta (Milovanova) Kiselichka was introduced to gymnastics at the age of 14 when her family moved to Kyustendil and it was included in her school’s curriculum. Soon after, she attended an outdoor acrobatics competition and fell in love with the sport. One of the coaches there that day was Orlin Kiselichki, who saw her in the audience and invited her to join his new Sport Acrobatics & Trampoline Club. Kiselichka showed up the next day and began training six days a week, winning her first medal in acrobatic power tumbling. When her sister Milena joined the club, the two formed an acrobatic duo and for several years held the title of Bulgarian National Champions. They added another partner and competed in group (trio); winning the Bulgarian Acrobatic Championship, receiving Masters of Sports titles, and joining the National Team of Bulgaria. Entering international competitions the trio won medals in Bulgaria, USSR, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Germany, and the USSR.
In 1981, Kiselichka partnered with Snejana Andonova; they won two Gold Medals and a Silver at the 1981 World Cup, Widnau, Switzerland; three Gold Medals at the 1982 World Championships, London; three Gold at the 1982 European Championship, London. Plus, two Gold Medals and a Silver at the 1983 Acrobatics World Cup, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Kiselichka received the title "Honored Master of Sports of Bulgaria," in 1981, which is the highest sports title in Bulgaria. In addition, she had the unique honor of holding world titles in both women’s pair and women’s group.
Kiselichka graduated from the National Sports Academy, Sofia, with a degree in Sports Acrobatics Coaching and Physical Education Instruction. She married her coach, Orlin Kiselichki in 1981 and following her retirement from competition, joined her husband to coach at their Sports Acrobatics Club in Kyustendil, where their club produced many acrobatic and trampoline National and International Champions. Their son Orlin Jr. was born in 1986 and became a Sports Acrobatics Junior Champion of Germany. In 1990, she was invited to Czechoslovakia to coach their mixed pair for the World Championships held in Augsburg, Germany.
Upon invitation to coach Germany’s acrobatic groups, the Kiselichki family moved to Germany in 1991. Their club, SAV Mainz-Laubenheim, produced National Champions, members of the National Team and their athletes participated in European and World Championships. From 1993 to 2014, Kiselichka was Head Coach of the Rheuland-Pfalz region in Germany. She also worked as a choreographer for the German National Team from 1991 to 2010. In addition to serving as an international category judge for numerous world and European competitions, Kiselichka conducted coaching and refereeing courses in Germany.
Retiring from coaching in 2014, Kiselichka maintains close relationships with her former athletes, many of who have become coaches themselves. She is always happy to offer help and share her experiences with them. She is also grateful for the support of her husband and coach, Orlin, sharing that Sport Acrobatics connected them and since then, they have always been together. “My family and my sport are my life!”