14. Eestimaa suvemängud

14th Estonian Summer Games

Kuressaare, July 10 – 12, 2015

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  • The 14th Estonian Summer Games will be held under the auspices of the Estonian Olympic Committee
  • The 14th Estonian Summer Games will be organized by the Estonian Sports Association Jõud in cooperation with  Kuressaare Town Government and Saare County Sports Association
  • The Estonian Summer Games are held every four years
  • The Summer Games are expected to have more than 4000 participants
  • The Summer Games are international and open to all

Summer Games results

Schedule

Events and Regulations

July 10 – 12, 2015

PROGRAMME

 Organizers:  Estonian Sports Association Jõud
   Kuressaare Town Government
   Saare County Sports Association 
 Expected participants:  4000
 Place:   Kuressaare, Estonia
 International airport:  Tallinn, distance from Tallinn is 218 km
 Arrival:  July 9
 Technical meeting:  July 9-10
 Opening Ceremony and parade:   July 10               20:00 at Kuressaare historical castle     
 Competitions:  July 10-12
 Closing ceremony:  July 12                16:00
 Departure from:   July 12-13 
 Registration until:  May 15     
 Participation fee:  30 EUR per person 

Meals and accommodation according to agreements.

The Games will be hosted by the town of Kuressaare.
Saaremaa - the biggest island of Estonia is known as a good recreation place with unique nature and a lot of sights.
Kuressaare  is known as sporty town in Estonia, having excellent sporting and cultural facilities as well as long experience in organizing sports games.

Welcome to Kuressaare!

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Events

 Athletics  W18, W, W35, W45       M18, M, M40, M50
 100 m, 400m, 800 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 4 x 100m, 
 long jump, high jump, shot put, discus throw, javelin throw    
 Mountain-Bike Cross-Country  W16, W, W35               M16, M, M40, M50 
 Orienteering   W16, 21, 35, 45, 55     M-16, 21, 35, 45, 55
 Compak Sporting  Adults, Lad, Juniors 20, Vet, SupVet
 Petanque  Triples (mix 2+1)
 Basketball  Women and men           10 players + 1 coach
 Handball    Men                             14 players + 1 coach
 Football 7x7  Girls and boys               10 players + 1 coach 
 Shooting with air rifle and air pistol         W18, W, W40               M18, M, M45
 Judo  Women: -52, - 57, -63, -70, -78, +78 kg  
 Men: -60, -66, -73, -81, -90, -100, +100 kg  
 Weightlifting  Women: -60, +60 kg
 Men: -56, -62, -69, -77, -85, -94, -105, +105 kg
 Kettlebell   Women: -68 (12 kg), +68 kg (16 kg)
 Men: -63, -68, -73, -78, -85, -95, +95 kg (24 kg)
 M18: -75, +75 kg (16 kg)
 Equestrian jumping competition        Children and pony, hobby, jun and young, open
 Rally sprint  Street 4WD, Rally 2WD, Street 2WD, Jun 2WD, Sport 2WD
 Volleyball  Women and men           10 players + 1 coach
 Sumo  Women: -55,-65,-80,+80 kg, A
 Men: -70,-85;-115kg,+115 kg, A
 and for teams 1W+2M (1+1)
 Golf  W, M                     for teams 2W + 3M
 Discgolf  Y16, W, M, M40+    for teams 1W + 3M
 Sport for all  

Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony of the 14th Estonia Summer Games will be held on Friday, July 10 at 20.00 
at Kuressaare historical castle.

Contact and information:

 Estonian Sports Association Jõud  
 Address  Toompuiestee 21, Tallinn 10137, Estonia
 Phone:  +372 662 2652
 Fax:    +372 662 2651
 Mobile:  +372 504 0612
 E-mail:  emsl@joud.ee  
 Homepage:  www.joud.ee  
   
 Kuressaare Town Government   http://www.kuressaare.ee/uus/english/ 
 Saare County Sports Association  http://www.saaresport.ee/

 

Estonia

Estonia is a state in the Baltic Region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia and to the east by the Russian Federation. The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km2 and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. Estonia is a democratic parliamentary republic and is divided into fifteen counties. The capital and largest city is Tallinn. With a population of only 1.34 million, Estonia is one of the least-populous members of the European Union.

Official gateway to Estonia    http://estonia.eu/

Read more about Estonia in Wikipedia

 

 
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