EYOF Utrecht 2013

Eyof Utrecht 2013

Date: 14 - 19 July 2013

Udeležba: Mora than 1.0000

Number of sports: 9
Number of Slovenian athletes: 73

Web page: http://utrecht2013.com/

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Eyof Utrecht

EYOF means European Youth Olympic Festival: a biennial sporting event for talented young participants from all over Europe. They will go for gold in nine different Olympic disciplines. This makes the EYOF a perfect warm-up for the ‘real’ Olympics. Just like at the Olympics, the young sports boys and girls will live in the Olympic Village. There’s an opening and closing ceremony and of course an Olympic Flame and Olympic Flag.

 

The nine Olympic sports that are part of the EYOF are: athletics, basketball, cycling, gymnastics, handball, judo, gymnastics, swimming, tennis and volleyball. All these sports are regulated by the rules set by the international sports federation. Further information can be found on the specific sports’ subpages.

 

 

Tournament director

The tournament’s director is Olympic swimmer Pieter van den Hoogenband. In 1993 he competed in the European Youth Olympic Festival that was held in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. There he won a gold medal and, as he puts it, and that’s where his ‘Olympic Dream’ started. Now exactly twenty years later the EYOF will return to The Netherlands. And Pieter van den Hoogenband, triple Olympic champion, is in charge of this event.

 

 

 

Mascot

The mascot of the European Youth Olympic Festival 2013 has a name: ‘Youthie’. This name was chosen from hundreds of entries sent in from all over Europe during the past weeks. The winning name was suggested by the Utrecht student Yassine Beqqali (23), presenter at RTV Utrecht and a keen sportsman.

 

During EYOF Utrecht 2013 Youthie will be visible all over the place. But also in the months before the festival he will show up a lot, both in person as digitally. Youthie has his own Facebook page: Youthie – EYOF Utrecht 2013 Mascot. Youthie was designed by Utrecht School for the Arts student Mariejem Tordjo and represents ‘High Five’. High Five symbolizes sportsmanship and friendship. It’s also the connecting factor between all the activities before and during EYOF Utrecht 2013. Therefore the mascot looks like a friendly, athletic and happy hand, with its enthusiasm he is a source of inspiration for young talents from all over Europe.

Sports and facilities

The nine Olympic sports that are part of the EYOF are: athletics, basketball, cycling, gymnastics, handball, judo, gymnastics, swimming, tennis and volleyball. All these sports are regulated by the rules set by the international sports federation. Further information can be found on the specific sports’ subpages.


Participants of the EYOF can be no older than 18 years, however the different sports have their own age categories. They are young talented sports people, who are guided on their way to the top of their sports. For them gaining international experience is essential. EYOF offers that experience by showing them all aspects of the real Olympic Games. Like those Olympic Games the EYOF has summer and winter editions. In 2013 the winter edition will be in Brasov, Romania.

 

 

 

Het Lint - cycling


‘Het Lint’ is a unique track right round the Maximapark in Leidsche Rijn to the West of Utrecht. It’s the only one of its kind in the Netherlands, having a special built-in time registration system. With its smooth surface and the lack of any obstacles like road crossings or speed bumps, ‘Het Lint’ is ideal for the cycling events of the EYOF.

 

 

Trade fair Utrecht - handball, volleyball, judo


The Utrecht Trade Fair is a well-known complex for conventions, concerts and fairs in the middle of Utrecht city. Ideally accessible thanks to its location directly next to Utrecht central train station. In the halls of the Utrecht Trade Fair there will be room for the judo matches as well a both the handball and volleyball tournaments.

 

 

Sports Center Galgenwaard - gymnastics


Football stadium ‘De Galgenwaard’ is probably best known for the matches of FC Utrecht. But during the EYOF 2013 in Utrecht this is where the gymnastics will be held. Not on the grass of the pitch, but in the sports halls within the complex. All gymnastic events can be held there. The location is also easily accessible from both Olympic Villages.

 

 

Athletics center Maarschalkerweerd - athletics


Athletics centre Maarschalkersweerd will function as the venue for all the athletics events. The center has the usual 400 meter track for all the running, hurdles and steeplechase events and a field for the jumping an throwing components. This EYOF locations is also just a stone’s throw away from both Olympic Villages.

 

 

Tennis park Den Hommel - tennis


The tennis matches will be held on the gravel courts of tennis park Den Hommel in Utrecht-West. This tennisclub is the biggest in the central part of The Netherlands. It offers all the facilities needed for this big sports event.

 

 

Swimming pool De Krommerijn - swimming


At swimming pool ‘De Krommerijn’ a new, specially designed stainless steel pool is being built. It will be done right in time for the EYOF. The temporary pool that is located nexted to the new one, will remain so it can be used for trainings and warming up by the young swimmers. The pool is practically between both Olympic Villages.

 

 

Sports center Olympos - basketball


Near the Olympic Village at ‘De Uithof’ is sports center Olympos. This is the sports complex of the institutes for higher education in Utrecht. It is also the venue for the basketball tournament of the EYOF.

 

 

Olympic village 1 - University College Utrecht


The international campus of the University College Utrecht is located on the former grounds of a military barracks. In the summer of 2013 it will be transformed into one of the two Olympic Villages of the EYOF. The participants will be housed in what is usually the students’ dorms and a big festival tent will be set up on the site.

 

 

Olympic village 2 – Utrecht science park (De Uithof)


The second Olympic village will be on the grounds of the Utrecht Sciene Park. The participants here will be housed in so called ‘flex-hotels’: accommodations specially built up for the participants. The catering will be done by the canteens at the Science Park.

 

 

Netherlands

The Netherlands is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, consisting of twelve provinces in North-West Europe and three islands in the Caribbean. The European part of the Netherlands borders the North Sea to the north and west, Belgium to the south, and Germany to the east, and shares maritime borders with Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom. It is a parliamentary democracy organised as a unitary state. The country capital is Amsterdam and the seat of government is The Hague.The Netherlands in its entirety is often referred to as "Holland", although North and South Holland are actually only two of its provinces.
 
The Netherlands is a geographically low-lying country, with about 20% of its area and 21% of its population located below sea level, and 50% of its land lying less than one metre above sea level. This distinct feature contributes to the country's name: in Dutch (Nederland), English, and in many other European languages, its name literally means "(The) Low Countries" or "Low Country". Most of the areas below sea level are man-made, caused by centuries of extensive and poorly controlled peat extraction, lowering the surface by several meters. Even in flooded areas peat extraction continued through turf dredging. From the late 16th century land reclamation started and large polder areas are now preserved through elaborate drainage systems with dikes, canals and pumping stations. Much of the Netherlands is formed by the estuary of three important European rivers, which together with their distributaries form the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta. Most of the country is very flat, with the exception of foothills in the far southeast and several low hill ranges in the central parts.

 

 

 

Utrecht

Utrecht city and municipality is the capital and most populous city of the Dutch province of Utrecht. It is located in the eastern corner of the Randstad conurbation, and is the fourth largest city of the Netherlands with a population of 316,448 on 1 February 2012.


Utrecht's ancient city centre features many buildings and structures from the Early Middle Ages. It has been the religious centre of the Netherlands since the eighth century. Currently it is the see of the Archbishop of Utrecht, the most important Dutch Roman Catholic leader.[1][2] Utrecht is also the see of the archbishop of the Old Catholic church, titular head of the Union of Utrecht (Old Catholic), and the location of the offices of the main Protestant church. Until the Dutch Golden Age, Utrecht was the most important city of the Netherlands; then, Amsterdam became its cultural centre and most populous city.


Utrecht is host to Utrecht University, the largest university of the Netherlands, as well as several other institutes for higher education. Due to its central position within the country, it is an important transport hub for both rail and road transport. It has the second highest number of cultural events in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam.

 

Patricija Brolih

Brolih Patricija
Sport:
judo
Discipline:
-63 kg
Birthday:
1996
Height:
173
Weight:
75
Sport club:
judo klub Bežigrad
Coach:
Rok Draksič

OG and other games results

OG medals:

Top results

Personal best

Result:
Discipline:
Date:

Best of Team Slovenia

Krošelj Leda
Leda Krošelj athletics,pole vault Rezultat:3.82
Kocijan Neža
Neža Kocijan swimming,50 m free Rezultat:26.81
Harpf Luka
Luka Harpf judo,-66 kg
Leški Andreja
Andreja Leški judo,-48 kg
Polajžer Rok
Rok Polajžer judo,-90 kg
Omerzu Lara
Lara Omerzu athletics,high jump Rezultat:177cm
Božič Tina
Tina Božič athletics,long jump Rezultat:6,00m
Božič Tina
Tina Božič athletics,triple jump Rezultat:12,60m

Top 10

Jakob Beđeti, Andraž Velkavrh, Aleks Kavčič, Miha Kolmančič, Urh Kastelic, Jan Prevolnik, BLAŽ HUSAR, Rok Cvetko, Žiga Urbič, Blaž janc, Jaka Malus, Gal Marguč, Luka Kikanović, Rok Cvetko, Darko Stojnić handball team handball 1. place
Eva Mori, Lana Ščuka, Maja Pahor, Ana Bernardi, Katja Mihalinec, Anita Sobočan, Nina Čuk, Ela Pintar, Tina Korošec, Nika Markovič, Saša Zdovc, Katja Mihevc volleyball team 1. place
Aneja Simončič athletics 400 m hurdles 1. place
Leda Krošelj athletics pole vault 3. place
Neža Kocijan swimming 50 m free 3. place
Luka Harpf judo -66 kg 3. place
Andreja Leški judo -48 kg 3. place
Rok Polajžer judo -90 kg 3. place
Lara Omerzu athletics high jump 3. place
Tina Božič athletics long jump 3. place
Tina Božič athletics triple jump 3. place
Katja Jeretina road cycling road race 4. place
Tjaša Stanko athletics javelin 5. place
Anej Zupanc athletics 400 m 5. place
Gregor Kocmut judo -81 kg 5. place
Gaja Kristan swimming 200 m butterfly 6. place
Axel Luxa athletics high jump 6. place
Tjaša Stanko athletics shot put 6. place
Anja Štangar judo -57 kg 7. place
Ajda Koračin judo +70 kg 7. place
Ana Heberle judo -52 kg 7. place
Nastja Stopernik Pavlin judo -70 kg 7. place
Diana Naglič swimming 100 m butterfly 8. place
Kaja Strgaršek athletics 800 m 8. place
Hana Mraz, Nika Kozar tennis doubles tennis 9. place
Neža Kocijan, Neža Klančar, Blaž Demšar, Gašper Bašič swimming 4x100 m medley mix 9. place
Diana Naglič, Neža Kocijan, Neža Klančar, Ava Schollmayer swimming 4x100 m medley 9. place
Diana Naglič swimming 200 m medley 9. place
Neža Klančar swimming 200 m breaststroke 9. place
Ina Rojnik athletics 400 m 9. place
Grega Popović swimming 1500 m free 11. place
Blaž Demšar swimming 200 m butterfly 11. place
Ava Schollmayer swimming 100 m backstroke 11. place
Gaja Kristan swimming 200 m backstroke 13. place
Gorazd Per road cycling road race 13. place
Urška Doberšek athletics 200 m 14. place
Ema Loparnik athletics 100 m hurdles 14. place
Chad Andoljšek, Blaž Demšar, Gašper Bašič, Luka Dover swimming 4x100 m freestyle 15. place
Gaja Kristan swimming 800 m free 16. place
Blaž Demšar swimming 400 m medley 16. place
TINO KOVAČIČ, Gregor Kokalj tennis doubles tennis 17. place
Chad Andoljšek swimming 50 m free 17. place
Chad Andoljšek swimming 100 m free 17. place
Neža Kocijan swimming 100 m free 17. place
Neža Klančar swimming 100 m breaststroke 17. place
Blaž Demšar swimming 400 m free 17. place
Luka Dover swimming 100 m breaststroke 18. place
Luka Bojanc, Miha Šmigoc, Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics all-arround - team 19. place
Chad Andoljšek swimming 200 m backstroke 19. place
Urška Doberšek athletics 100 m 19. place
Gaja Kristan swimming 400 m free 20. place
Chad Andoljšek, Blaž Demšar, Gašper Bašič, Luka Dover swimming 4x100 m medley 22. place
Gašper Bašič swimming 200 m free 22. place
Gašper Bašič swimming 200 m medley 22. place
Luka Dover swimming 200 m breaststroke 22. place
Chad Andoljšek swimming 100 m backstroke 23. place
Grega Popović swimming 100 m butterfly 23. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics pommel horse 23. place
Katja Jeretina road cycling time trial 25. place
Eva Skaza road cycling road race 29. place
Hana Mraz tennis single tennis 33. place
Tino Kovačič tennis single tennis 33. place
Gregor Kokalj tennis single tennis 33. place
Nika Kozar tennis single tennis 33. place
Žan Andrejaš road cycling time trial 39. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics parallel bars 40. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics floor 40. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics all-arround 41. place
Ana Majnik road cycling road race 42. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics rings 44. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics horizontal bar 44. place
Gregor Matija Černe road cycling road race 47. place
Sara King artistic gymnastics beam 47. place
Eva Skaza road cycling time trial 49. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics rings 52. place
Sara King artistic gymnastics vault 52. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics vault 53. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics floor 57. place
Sara King artistic gymnastics all-arround 58. place
Gorazd Per road cycling time trial 58. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics pommel horse 58. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics vault 58. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics parallel bars 59. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics horizontal bar 59. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics parallel bars 61. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics rings 63. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics all-arround 64. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics all-arround 65. place
Sara King artistic gymnastics uneven bars 65. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics pommel horse 66. place
Miha Šmigoc artistic gymnastics floor 67. place
Ana Majnik road cycling time trial 70. place
Sara King artistic gymnastics floor 70. place
Gregor Matija Černe road cycling time trial 78. place
Peter Lampret artistic gymnastics horizontal bar 80. place
Luka Bojanc artistic gymnastics vault 81. place

Team Slovenia

A B C Č D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S Š T U V Z Ž ALL

Medal Table

Country
Gold medal
Silver medal
Bronze medal
Together
Rusija 30 14 12 56
Velika Britanija 9 14 8 31
Francija 9 6 7 22
Madžarska 8 3 3 14
Italiha 7 3 11 21
Nemčija 5 8 3 16
Nizozemska 4 7 9 20
Turčija 4 2 7 13
Poljska 4 2 1 7
Španija 3 4 11 18
Slovenija 3 0 8 11
Romunija 2 7 7 16
Gruzija 2 3 3 8
Irska 2 2 1 5
Švica 2 1 0 3
Izrael 2 0 2 4
Azerbajdžan 2 0 1 3
Belgija 1 4 2 7
Finska 1 3 2 6
Belorusija 1 2 4 7
Češka 1 2 2 5
Danska 1 2 1 4
Črna gora 1 1 1 3
Norveška 1 1 1 3
Srbija 1 1 0 2
Slovaška 1 1 0 2
Bolgarija 1 1 0 2
Litva 1 0 2 3
Švedska 1 0 2 3
Ciper 1 0 0 1
Ukraina 0 6 8 14
Hrvaška 0 3 3 6
Avstrija 0 2 2 4
Grčija 0 2 1 3
Estonija 0 2 0 2
Bosna in Hercegovina 0 1 1 2
Moldavija 0 1 1 2
Latvia 0 0 1 1

Schedule and Results

14. Jul. 2013 - 19. Jul. 2013


athletics, 100 m
14:05 Urška Doberšek 19th 12,70 - 1st round (not go to final)
athletics, 400 m
16:40 Anej Zupanc 5th 49,79 - 1st round (go to final)
15:35 Ina Rojnik 9th 57,71 - 1st round (not go to final)
athletics, long jump
18:10 Tina Božič 8th 5,70 m - qualifications (go to final)
tennis, single tennis
10:00 Gregor Kokalj 33rd-64th 6:7(6) ; 4:6 - 1st round (vs P. Kotov)
15:00 Tino Kovačič 33rd-64th 4:6, 1:6 - 1st round (vs S. Holis)
14:00 Hana Mraz 33rd-64th 2:6; 3:6 - 1st round (vs S. Isabel Orteva)
14:00 Nika Kozar 33rd-64th 4:6; 6:7 - 1st round (vs M. Bianca Bulgaru)

athletics, 100 m hurdles
16:55 Ema Loparnik 14th 14,48 - 1st round (not go to final)
athletics, 800 m
15:10 Kaja Strgaršek 7th 2:24,24 - 1st round (go to final)
athletics, high jump
16:40 Lara Omerzu 1st 170m - qualifications (go to final)
swimming, 100 m butterfly
09:00 Grega Popović 23th 1:00,50 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 100 m backstroke
09:00 Ava Schollmayer 13th 1:05,84 - eliminating round (go to semifinal)
swimming, 100 m free
09:00 Neža Kocijan 17.m 1:00,91 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 100 m breaststroke
09:00 Luka Dover 18th 1:07,12 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m butterfly
09:00 Gaja Kristan 6th 2:21.08 - final (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m free
09:00 Gašper Bašič 22th 1:59,28 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 400 m medley
09:00 Blaž Demšar 16th 4:42,80 - eliminating round (not go to final)
artistic gymnastics, uneven bars
16:00 Sara King 65th - qualifications
artistic gymnastics, beam
16:00 Sara King 47th - qualifications

athletics, 200 m
16:15 Urška Doberšek 14.m 25,96 - 1st round (not go to final)
athletics, 400 m
18:05 Anej Zupanc 5th 49,55 - final
athletics, 400 m hurdles
15:10 Aneja Simončič 1:00,2 1:00,2 - 1st round (go to final)
athletics, long jump
15:25 Tina Božič 3rd 6,00m - final
athletics, javelin
15:00 Tjaša Stanko 8th 46,83 - qualifications (go to final)
athletics, shot put
16:40 Tjaša Stanko 9th 14,21 - qualifications (go to final)
athletics, high jump
15:15 Axel Luxa 6.st 196m - final
judo, -52 kg
10:00 Ana Heberle 7th - eliminating round
judo, -66 kg
10:00 Luka Harpf 3th - bronze medal match
swimming, 200 m medley
09:00 Diana Naglič 9th 2:26.41 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m breaststroke
09:00 Neža Klančar 9th 2:41.64 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 400 m free
09:00 Blaž Demšar 17th 4:10.66 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 50 m free
09:00 Chad Andoljšek 17th 24,67 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 800 m free
09:00 Gaja Kristan 16th 9:20.59 - eliminating round
artistic gymnastics, all-arround
17:05  (King Sara) 58th 60th - qualifications
tennis, doubles tennis
14:00  (Mraz Hana, Kozar Nika) 9th-16th 1:6; 3:6 - 2nd round (vs SUI)

athletics, 400 m hurdles
15:15 Aneja Simončič 1st 1:00.27 - final
athletics, javelin
17:05 Rok Balantič brez uvrstitve - final (no placing)
athletics, triple jump
16:40 Tina Božič 3th 62,5 - final
athletics, high jump
15:20 Lara Omerzu 3th 1,77 - final
swimming, 100 m butterfly
09:00 Diana Naglič 9st 1:08,74 - final (not go to final)
swimming, 100 m backstroke
09:00 Chad Andoljšek 23th 1:00.98 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 100 m free
09:00 Chad Andoljšek 17th 53.43 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 100 m breaststroke
09:00 Neža Klančar 17th 1:16.36 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 1500 m free
09:00 Grega Popović 11th 16:16.11 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m butterfly
09:00 Blaž Demšar 11th 2:08.67 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 400 m free
09:00 Gaja Kristan 20th 4:39.01 - eliminating round (not go to final)

athletics, 800 m
16:10 Kaja Strgaršek 8.th 2:17.06 - final
swimming, 200 m backstroke
09:00 Gaja Kristan 13th 2:24.47 - eliminating round (not go to final)
09:00 Chad Andoljšek 19th 2:11.02 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m medley
09:00 Gašper Bašič 22th 2:13.89 - eliminating round (not go to final)
swimming, 200 m breaststroke
09:00 Luka Dover 22th 2:34.49 - eliminating round (not go to final)

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The final day of the European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht proved to be the most successful for Slovenian athletes.

20. July 2013 Utrecht 2013 Five medals on the last day of EYOF Utrecht 2013.

The men’s handball and women’s volleyball teams won gold medals while bronzes were won by judoist Rok Polajžer (up to 90 kg), Leda Krošelj in the pole vault and swimmer Neža Kocijan. Voleyball players played their final match against Serbia, beating them with 3:1 (22, 12, -24, 33), while the handball team won over Norway with 28:23 (19:11).

 

“It feels amazing. It was a quiet shared dream, but now we did it. We proved that we can win over anybody, even though we are a small country,” said Urh Kastelic, one of the heroes of today’s win after the tournament, who locked his gates in the final part of the second period. “I’m super satisfied, but without such defense and the team, I could not have done it. It’s a team sport," added Kastelic, who will be carrying the Slovenian flag at the closing ceremony.
 
“None of us could believe it, especially the first two sets. Then our lack of concetration in the third set again showed its teeth. In the fourth the provocations started on the net. We said we will not give it to them, as it’s ours. We simply left our heart out on the field," said volleyball player Eva Mori, who will be playing with the rest of the team at the World Championships in Thailand at the end of July.
 
At the 12th EYOF, the Slovenian team won a record 11 medals. Gold medals were won by the women’s volleyball team, Aneja Simončič in the 400 m hurdles and the men’s handball team, a silver by Leda Krošelj in the pole vault and bronzes by judoists Andreja Leški, Luka Harpf and Rok Polajžer, high jumper Lara Omerzu, Tina Božič in the triple and long jump and swimmer Neža Kocijan.

Last day and 5 medals for Team Slovenia

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