1995 European Youth Summer Olympic Days

The 1995 European Youth Summer Olympic Days was the third edition of multi-sport event for European youths between the ages of 12 and 18. It was held in Bath, United Kingdom from 9 to 14 July. A total of ten sports were contested.

1995 European Youth Olympic Days
Host cityBath, United Kingdom
Nations participating47
Athletes participating1,709
Sport(s)10
Opening ceremony9 July 1995
Closing ceremony14 July 1995
Officially opened byAnne, Princess Royal
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Sports

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Great Britain)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Great Britain (GBR)*2410842
2 Russia (RUS)128727
3 Romania (ROU)88723
4 Spain (ESP)55818
5 France (FRA)54514
6 Israel (ISR)4116
7 Ukraine (UKR)35816
8 Italy (ITA)2439
 Poland (POL)2439
10 Belgium (BEL)2417
11 Hungary (HUN)23510
12 Belarus (BLR)2158
13 Slovakia (SVK)2136
14 Lithuania (LTU)2002
15 Netherlands (NED)14510
16 Greece (GRE)1236
 Sweden (SWE)1236
18 Germany (GER)1146
19 Georgia (GEO)1135
20 Estonia (EST)1124
 Turkey (TUR)1124
22  Switzerland (SUI)1102
23 Croatia (CRO)1034
24 Bulgaria (BUL)1001
 Finland (FIN)1001
 Portugal (POR)1001
27 Slovenia (SLO)0437
28 Ireland (IRL)0415
29 Austria (AUT)0347
30 Norway (NOR)0112
31 Azerbaijan (AZE)0101
 Cyprus (CYP)0101
33 Latvia (LAT)0022
 Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia)0022
35 Denmark (DEN)0011
36 Albania (ALB)0000
 Czech Republic (CZE)0000
 Iceland (ISL)0000
 Luxembourg (LUX)0000
 Moldova (MDA)0000
Totals (40 nations)8785103275

References

    • Bell, Daniel (2003). Encyclopedia of International Games. McFarland and Company, Inc. Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina. ISBN 0-7864-1026-4.
    Medal table
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