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European 3D Championships 2014 Tallinn

About Estonia

Interesting facts about Estonia

  • Geographically, Estonia is on the north-eastern edge of the European Union, bordering Russia and Latvia.
  • Finland is a short hop across the sea – just 80 km away.
  • There are ferries to Tallinn from Helsinki (Finland) or Stockholm (Sweden).
  • Estonia is in the Schengen Area, so we have open borders with the rest of Europe.
  • Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark or Holland.
  • In 2011 Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture
  • Estonian is one of the world’s smallest cultural languages to include contemporary terminology for all major fields of life.
  • Great food is everywhere and you can even eat marinated bear here!
  • Estonia produces quality vodka and boasts Viru Valge and Saaremaa as its most popular brands.
  • And, in case you are thinking of relocating, Estonia doesn’t accept dual citizenship.
  • Estonian is one of the world’s smallest cultural languages to include contemporary terminology for all major fields of life.
  • Estonians have the biggest collection of folk songs in the world with written records of 133,000 folk songs
  • Everyone in tourism speaks good English and often German, Finnish, Russian and Swedish too!
  • The Estonian language s a finno-ugric language – resembles most to Finnish and is different from Latvian and Russian language


Preliminary Programme

Sunday, September 14th

Arrival of Delegations
Practice field available – unofficial practice day

Monday, September 15th

Arrival of Delegations
Practice field available – unofficial practice day

Tuesday, September 16th

Official training
Equipment inspection
Team Captains’ meeting
Opening Ceremony

Wednesday, September 17th

1st Qualification Round – 24 targets

Thursday, September 18th

2nd Qualification Round – 24 targets

Friday, September 19th

Elimination Rounds – Individuals and teams

Order of shooting:
1st Elimination Round for individuals – 12 targets
Elimination Round for teams – 8 targets
2nd Elimination Round for individuals – 8 targets

Saturday, September 20th

Semi-finals and finals rounds individuals and teams – 4 targets each
Award Ceremony / Closing Ceremony
Disco and Farewell party

Sunday, September 21th

Departure of Delegations

Note: This preliminary programme might be changed. All changes in the programme and detailed timetable will be published and informed to all participants through their Team Captains in due time.

Tallinn is fantastic autumn holiday place!
Come with family and funclub!


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