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Vendeur: phoenixantiquariat (1.027) 97.6%, Lieu où se trouve: Hofheim, Lieu de livraison: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Numéro de l'objet: 123464500843 Original handsigniertes T-Shirt Brasov EUROPEAN YOUTH OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 2013. Original handsigned jersey of the famous snowboarder. von Hofmeister, Ramona Theresia und BRASOV EUROPEAN OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 2013:Autor(en) Hofmeister, Ramona Theresia und BRASOV EUROPEAN OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 2013:Sprache DeutschGewicht ca. 550 gBestell-Nr 1003331Bemerkungen Von RAMONA HOFMEISTER fÜr unser CHARITY PROJEKT gespendet. Ramona Theresia Hofmeister (* 28. März 1996 in Bischofswiesen) ist eine deutsche Snowboarderin. The 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival was an international multi-sport event held between 17 and 22 February 2013, in Brasov, Romania, with some of the events also held in Râ?nov, Predeal and Fundata. It was the 11th edition of the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival.(wikipedia) K021Schlagworte Autogramm, autograph autographe, unterschrift signature signiert signed original signe, AK The 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival was an international multi-sport event held between 17 and 22 February 2013, in Brasov, Romania, with some of the events also held in Râ?nov, Predeal and Fundata. It was the 11th edition of the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival.[1] It was organized by the Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee (COSR), headed by Octavian Morariu. 1,465 athletes, aged between 14 and 18, from 45 nations participated in 36 events of eight disciplines. It was the first multi-sport competition hosted by Romania since the 1981 Summer Universiade that took place in Bucharest.[2] Contents Organization Venues Venue Location Sports Bra?ov Olympic Ice Rink Bra?ov Ice hockey Sub Teleferic, Poiana Bra?ov Ice Rink Poiana Bra?ov Alpine skiing, figure skating, short track speed skating Valea Râsnoavei Sport Center Predeal Cross country skiing Valea Carbunarii Ski Jumping Hill Râ?nov Ski jumping Cheile Gradistei Arena Fundata Biathlon Clabucet Sosire (Arrival) Slope Predeal Snowboarding The budget spent for the organization was 1.15 million, while for the construction of the venues came to a total cost of 60 million.[3] The Bra?ov Olympic Ice Rink raised to a cost of 11 million and was built entirely from public resources, being opened in May 2008. It hosted ice hockey.[3] The Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism of Romania spent 28 million on upgrading facilities at Poiana Bra?ov, which hosted the figure skating, alpine skiing and speed skating events, and 4 million at Predeal. The Râ?nov Sports Complex, primarily financed through sponsorships, has also received ministry contribution. The three smaller hills were raised from non-government sources, but the K90 with money from the MDRT.[3] The Cheile Gradistei Arena from Fundata belonged to a private investor, Ovidiu Gârbacea.[3] Volunteers The organizing committee was supported by 480 volunteers, divided into several departments, after a selection which consisted in psycho-pedagogical interviews, foreign language knowledge and sportive abilities. Experience accumulated in organizing other events and volunteering activities was also taken into account. They participated in all scheduled activities at the competition that were held from 17 to 22 February. Most volunteers worked a maximum of 10 hours per day. For this reason, volunteers took shifts in some of the activities. All volunteers were dressed in the same uniform, marked with the logos of the competition.[4] Marketing Logo The logo was designed in the shape of a snowflake in the five Olympic colors. The main idea behind it was that each snowflake is different from another, and while they are so fragile independently, they become together, similarly to how each athlete has their own strengths and qualities, and how team spirit makes them even greater.[5] Martin, the Carpathian Brown Bear, was official mascot of the competition Mascot The Carpathian Brown Bear Martin was the official mascot of the festival. Often present in Romanian culture, it inspired songs and tales, this type of bear being considered to be Romanian, due to its large presence in the Romanian Carpathian Mountains. Martin was dressed in red, yellow and blue, representing the colors of the Romanian national flag.[5] Medals The medals were produced by a company in Bucharest that has an experience of over 20 years in the field. They were cast in gold, silver and bronze and attached to a multicolor cord having the colors of the Olympic circles.[6] Applications for IPhone and IPad Free applications for IPhone, IPad, tablets and smartphones were launched on February 15, also available on iTunes and Google Play. The application contained the schedule of the competition, information about the organizers and sponsors. During the competition, the sport results were updated in 30 minutes after the end of the races.[7] Official stores In each location where the festival competitions took place, there was a store with promotional items and souvenirs, such as miniature mascots, magnets, pins, inscriptioned mugs, etc.[8] Media coverage The host broadcaster was the Romanian Television (TVR). It used its own cameras and crews.[9][10] Calendar ? Opening ceremony Event competitions ? Event finals ? Closing ceremony February 2013 17th Sun 18th Mon 19th Tue 20th Wed 21st Thu 22nd Fri Gold Medals Ceremonies ? ? Alpine skiing ? ? ? ? ? 5 Biathlon ?? ?? ? 5 Cross country skiing ?? ?? ?? ? 7 Figure skating ? ? 2 Ice hockey ? 1 Short track ?? ?? ??? 7 Ski jumping ? ? ? ? ? 5 Snowboarding ?? ?? 4 Total Gold Medals 2 6 11 2 9 6 36 Cumulative Total 2 8 19 21 30 36 [11] Festival Opening ceremony The event was officially opened by Prime Minister Victor Ponta, who was accompanied by the Mayor of Brasov George Scripcaru and the International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge. Approximately 3,000 spectators attended the opening ceremony, which was held outdoors on the Ion ?iriac Arena of the Sports High School, at the foothill of the Tâmpa Mountain. The Olympic torch was carried into the arena by Rare? Dumitrescu and Mihai Covaliu. The latter had the mission to carry the Olympic flame in the last part of the route and to light the torch. The olympic oath followed, uttered by athletes, referees and trainers.[2] Sports Alpine skiing (Details) Biathlon (Details) Cross country skiing (Details) Figure skating (Details) Ice hockey (Details) Ski jumping (Details) Short track (Details) Snowboarding (Details) Participant nations Albania Albania Andorra Andorra Armenia Armenia Austria Austria Belarus Belarus Belgium Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria Bulgaria Croatia Croatia Cyprus Cyprus Czech Republic Czech Republic (64) Denmark Denmark Estonia Estonia Finland Finland France France Georgia (country) Georgia Germany Germany United Kingdom Great Britain (10) Greece Greece Hungary Hungary Iceland Iceland Republic of Ireland Ireland Italy Italy Latvia Latvia Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Lithuania Lithuania (14) Luxembourg Luxembourg Republic of Macedonia Macedonia Moldova Moldova Monaco Monaco Montenegro Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Norway Norway Poland Poland Romania Romania (60) Russia Russia (67) San Marino San Marino Serbia Serbia (5) Slovakia Slovakia Slovenia Slovenia Spain Spain Sweden Sweden Switzerland Switzerland Turkey Turkey Ukraine Ukraine Medal count Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Russia (RUS) 11 7 4 22 2 Germany (GER) 6 7 3 16 3 France (FRA) 4 3 5 12 4 Slovenia (SLO) 3 3 4 10 5 Austria (AUT) 2 4 6 12 6 Italy (ITA) 2 4 2 8 7 Norway (NOR) 2 2 2 6 8 Romania (ROU) 1 2 0 3 9 Poland (POL) 1 1 2 4 10 Ukraine (UKR) 1 1 1 3 11 Switzerland (SUI) 1 0 3 4 12 Finland (FIN) 1 0 1 2 13 Czech Republic (CZE) 1 0 0 1 14 Great Britain (GBR) 0 1 0 1 Lithuania (LTU) 0 1 0 1 16 Belarus (BLR) 0 0 1 1 Estonia (EST) 0 0 1 1 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1 Total 36 36 36 108 References "EYOWF 2013". EYOWF 2013. Archived from the original on 2015-09-05. Retrieved 11 January 2013. "Festivalului Olimpic al Tineretului European a început! Detaliile si cele mai frumoase imagini ale ceremoniei de deschidere" (in Romanian). Gazeta Sporturilor. 17 February 2013. ""Olimpiada" de la Brasov costa 60 de milioane de euro" (in Romanian). ProSport. 12 February 2013. "EYOWF 2013 Volunteers Department". EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013. "EYOWF 2013 Logo and Mascot". EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 18 February 2013. "EYOWF 2013: 400 volunteers will ensure a smooth running of the European Youth Olympic Festival". EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013. "EYOWF Applications for iPhone and iPad". EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013. "EYOWF Details". EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013. "Începe Festivalul Olimpic al Tineretului European. TVR transmite în direct competitiile" (in Romanian). TVR News. 16 February 2013. "Ceremonia de deschidere a Festivalului Olimpic al Tineretului European, în direct la TVR 1" (in Romanian). TVR. 13 February 2013. "Overall sports programme at the EYOWF 2013" (PDF). EYOWF 2013. Retrieved 18 February 2013. External links Official website Official page at Facebook Presentation video at YouTube Facilities presentation at YouTube vte Events at the 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Alpine skiing Biathlon Cross country skiing Figure skating Ice hockey Ski jumping Short track speed skating Snowboarding vte European Youth Olympic Festival Summer editions Brussels 1991 Valkenswaard 1993 Bath 1995 Lisbon 1997 Esbjerg 1999 Murcia 2001 Paris 2003 Lignano Sabbiadoro 2005 Belgrade 2007 Tampere 2009 Trabzon 2011 Utrecht 2013 Tbilisi 2015 Gyor 2017 Baku 2019 Ko ice 2021 Winter editions Aosta 1993 Andorra la Vella 1995 Sundsvall 1997 Poprad-Tatry 1999 Vuokatti 2001 Bled 2003 Monthey 2005 Jaca 2007 Upper Silesia 2009 Liberec 2011 Bra?ov 2013 Vorarlberg/Vaduz 2015 Erzurum 2017 Sarajevo & Istocno Sarajevo 2019 Vuokatti 2021 Categories: European Youth Olympic Winter Festival 2013 in multi-sport events 2013 in Romanian sport International sports competitions hosted by Romania Youth sport in RomaniaSport in Bra?ov 2013 in European sport 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Multi-sport events in Romania Sports festivals in Romania 2013 in youth sport February 2013 sports events in Europe Stefan Baumeister Mathias Behounek David Benedek Paul Berg (Snowboarder) Alexander Bergmann (Snowboarder) Aline Bock Patrick Bussler D Alexander Deubl E Markus Ebner F Sandra Farmand H Katharina Himmler Xaver Hoffmann Ramona Theresia Hofmeister Johannes Höpfl Christian Hupfauer J Selina Jörg K Anke Karstens Amelie Kober Bernd Kroschewski Alexander Kupprion L Isabella Laböck Carolin Langenhorst Michael Layer Cheyenne Loch Vinzenz LÜps M Jan Michaelis (Snowboarder) Silvia MittermÜller Dieter Moherndl Petra MÜssig N Martin Nörl R Heidi Renoth S Konstantin Schad Christophe Schmidt David Speiser T Nicola Thost Daniel Tyrkas W Sabine Wehr-Hasler Z Anna-Lena Zuck (wikipedia)Unser Preis EUR 64,00Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Informationen zu unserem CHARITY-PROJEKT finden Sie unter www phoenix-antiquariat deWeitere AbbildungenAufgenommen mit whBOOKSicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprÜft!Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2018-11-02) Condition: Neu, EAN: Nicht zutreffend, ISBN: Nicht zutreffend, Autor: Hofmeister, Ramona Theresia und BRASOV EUROPEAN OLYMPIC FESTIVAL

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