Young athletes from 46 European countries will take part in the largest sporting event to be held in Sarajevo since the 14th Winter Olympic Games were held here in 1984.
All alpine skiing events, except for the parallel slalom, will be held on Jahorina. The giant slalom is first in the lineup on February 11 and 12, followed by the slalom on February 13 and 14. The mixed parallel slalom will be held on Bjelašnica on February 15.
The biathlon will be held at Dvorišta, with the girls’ and boys’ sprint set for February 12. The singles event will be held the following day (Feb. 13), and the mixed relay is expected to take place on February 15.
The Nordic race events will begin on February 11 on Igman, with the classic style race held during the interval before the Nordic freestyle is held the following day (Feb. 12). The sprint classic technique event will take place on February 14, and the mixed relay will close out this category on February 15.
Snowboarding events will be held
Zetra will be hosting the ice hockey teams, and Finland and Slovakia are the first to hit the ice on February 11, followed by the Czech Republic and Russia later in the day. On February 12, Slovakia will face off against Belarus, and Russia will play Switzerland, and the following day (Feb. 13) will see Belarus vs Finland and Switzerland vs the Czech Republic. The final is set for February 14.
Speed skating will be held at Skenderija. The 1500m race is set for February 11, followed by the 500m event the following day (Feb. 12). The 3000m mixed relay will take place on February 15, and the 1000m will be held earlier that same day.
You can follow figure skating on February 13 and 14, also at Skenderija, and the curling tournament at Peki Hall in Pale gets underway on February 11 and will close out with the curling final on February 15.
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