Brno has had its jubilee 10th Emil Open. 700 athletes from 13 countries arrived. They all competed in five summer sports. On the first day, they also sent joint support to the Paralympians to Tokyo. Next year, the games will take place on June 22 and 26, 2022. Today, handicapped athletes sent heartfelt greetings from all Brno sports venues. With this gesture, they expressed support for the communities affected by the tornado.
They are young and have a physical disability. Yet they do not lose the desire to compete. Brno hosts the European Youth Games for the Disabhled. They start on Wednesday at 5 pm on Svobody Square and will be supported by celebrities.
During its jubilee year of the Emil Open, the Emil Endowment Fund wants to involve hundreds of people and support all handicapped athletes with a huge applause. The recorded video is then to fly straight from Brno's Freedom Square to the Olympic rings to Tokyo and encourage our Paralympians. Anyone can get involved. The call will take place on Wednesday, June 23, at 4:45 pm on Brno's Svobody Square.
Brno hosts the tenth European Youth Games for the Disabled. The opening ceremony and the accompanying program will head to Svobody Square this year. The games start on June 23.
Sports venues in Brno will host the tenth year of the European Youth Games for the Disabled. MUNI Rector Martin Bareš will also start the four-day sports competition on Svobody Square.
Brno hosts the tenth European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open. The opening ceremony and the accompanying program will head to Svobody Square this year. The games start on June 23.
Brno hosts the tenth European Games of Handicapped Youth Emil Open. The opening ceremony and the accompanying program will head to Svobody Square this year. The games start on June 23. Everyone can support handicapped athletes - a special challenge will take place on the first day - the organizers want to involve hundreds of people who will applaud the same melody at one time. The resulting video will fly straight from Brno to the Olympic rings in Tokyo, where it is to encourage Czech..
Thanks to the European Youth Games for the Disabled, Brno will come to life, with over 750 athletes from 14 countries arriving. Brno hosts the tenth European Games of Handicapped Youth Emil Open. The opening ceremony of the accompanying program will head to Svobody Square this year. The games start on June 23.
The list of all news from media about 9th European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open 2020.
Two different events, however, have much in common. At the beginning of September, the 11th national finale of the Badge of Versatility took place at the VUT stadium, which leads to sports and children who do not break records.
The ninth year of the European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open took place in Brno. Due to coronavirus, some athletes were unable to participate. Despite the lower participation, however, this year was successful and the Emil Endowment Fund is already preparing the next one.
Възпитаници на Слав Петков и треньори от Пазарджик наредиха България на трето място отборно 23 медала спечелиха децата с ментални увреждания от София на Европейските игри Emile open в Бърно, Чехия. Седем пъти българче се изкачи на най-високото място на почетната стълбичка и седем пъти се развя родният трибагреник и седем пъти звуча българският химн. Възпитаниците на Слав Петков завоюваха 7 златни, 8 сребърни и 8 бронзови медала.
The 9th European Youth Games for the Disabled were launched yesterday, 16 September 2020, in the beautiful BUT Pod Palackého vrchem sports complex.
Brno is hosting the Emil Open European Youth Games for the Disabled for the ninth time. Hundreds of participants gathered in the Moravian metropolis.
The procession of drummers and the mascot on Svobody Square yesterday morning announced that the European Games of Handicapped Youth called Emil Open are returning to Brno for the ninth time.
The parade of drummers and mascot on Svobody Square on Wednesday morning announced that the European Games of Handicapped Youth called Emil Open are returning to Brno for the ninth time. The main sports program begins on Thursday at ten o'clock in the morning at the Pod Palackého vrchem athletic stadium, in the swimming pool on Kraví hora and on the Bohunice University campus. The event ends on Saturday.
Hundreds of participants will test their sports strength during the Summer European Games for Handicapped Youth, which take place from 16 to 20 September 2020 in Brno. Bohumil Šimek, the Governor of South Moravia, also arrived at the BUT Sports Complex under Palackého vrchem on Wednesday, September 16, for the opening ceremony.
The Moravian town is organizing the traditional Emil Open for the ninth time. More than 300 young para athletes from three countries came to Brno. The four-day summer games started on Wednesday, September 16. The main sports program begins on Thursday at ten o'clock in the morning at the Pod Palackého vrchem athletic stadium, in the swimming pool on Kraví hora and on the Bohunice University campus.
The ninth year of the European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open started on Wednesday, September 16 in Brno. A opening ceremony took place in the VUT sports complex, which brought together about 300 para-athletes aged 10 to 26. In addition to the Czech representatives, expeditions from Bulgaria and Poland also arrived in the South Moravian metropolis. Originally, however, more than 900 athletes from 16 countries were to meet in Brno, but most countries had to cancel their..
The four-day games begin on September 16 with over 600 participants, and 120 students and MU staff help organize the games.
From next Wednesday, Brno will host the Emil Open for the ninth time.
Here you can download .pdf file with all the mentions in Czech and Slovak media.
TV Brno 1 became one of the main partners of Emil Open 2019. Here is their report.
Dozens of medals have been won by children at the European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open. More than 500 young athletes from 17 European countries have measured their strength in athletics, swimming and table tennis.
Thanks to a grant from the City of Brno, Emil Open will be held in Brno again this year. Competitors in the eighth year of this exceptional project will be able to compete in more than 10 sports in different categories.
Hundreds of young people from all over the continent will come to Brno this summer to win a medal at Emil Open 2019. Brno again becomes the host city and the main partner of the races, which will take place from 12 to 16 June.
Performances to the limit of what is possible, a lot of emotions, new friendships - that was the last week in Brno. That was the European Youth Games for the Disabled Emil Open.
It was amazing to see the youngsters with a disability compete, feel joy from their victory, face a loss, simply live life fully.
Our organisation was represented by five volunteers – Michaela Kadlecová, Rudolf Štarha, Jiří Mesároš, Daniela Hanzlíková a Brigita Stejskalová, who helped at the sporting venues in various areas. We thank all the above-mentioned employees for our representation.
„ We all are winners ,“ resonated at the athletics stadium Pod Palackého vrchem during the Closing Ceremony of a unique sporting event.
The players did not take it easy on the opponents. Psyche had a great impact on the results - if you persisted, you won.
The athletes however their discipline will get new contacts, make new friends, be able to talk peer-to-peer and get a new perspective on life.
There will be a book launch during the Opening Ceremony.
The profit made by selling our ice-cream will be used for the support of athletes and the Emil Foundation If you want to have joy in your life, start giving it
7th European Youth Games for the Disabled started this evening at the VUT stadium Pod Palackého vrchem. "We want to provide the participants with an unforgettable experience. Many famous persons and our ambassadors will come to support the athletes," emphasized the Organising Committee President Pavel Zbožínek.
As the organizers have pointed out, the public will have an insight into sport activities of people with disabilities in order to remove prejudice and barriers.
„Emil Open makes sense. Disabled athletes, whether they swim or bike, are always role models to their mates who are going through a difficult time. Thanks to them they see how they can grow,“ said the city mayor Petr Vokřál.
June is round the corner and being one of the warm months it tempts us to do sport. The fact that one can do sport despite any limitations will be proved by young athletes during the European Youth Games for the Disabled.
Also Slovak athletes will participate this year. Our patient Tomáš Zajíc from Bratislava will do his best in swimming - backstroke, front crawl.
This year the organisers increased the number of adaptive sports: athletics, swimming, table tennis, golf, boccia, bocce. „ Bocce is played on a grassy area and is very similar to French pétanque. "We do believe it will attract people," says Zbožínek.
The cooperation has expanded to Slovakia. A Slovak representative will be an ambassador for the first time. A successful paralympic medallist Samuel Andrejčík has joined the two Czech ambassadors, Arnošt Petráček and Jiří Ježek.