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History of the Baltic Way
Last Update
23.07.2014

About Baltic Way

The first Baltic Way competition - "Baltic Way `90" - took place in Riga, Latvia, 1990. The name of the competition comes from the mass demonstration for the freedom of the Baltic states organized in August 23, 1989, when people from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania stood hand in hand along the road from Tallinn to Vilnius. Participants in Baltic Way `90 and Baltic Way `91 were student teams from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, two teams from each state. Since 1992 teams from other countries surrounding the Baltic Sea are invited. Now normally 11 teams are participating in the contests:  Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany (represented mainly by Rostock and Hamburg), Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (represented by St.Petersburg). Though Iceland is not formally a Baltic state, it is invited because it was the first state in the world which recognized the independence of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia in 1991.

The participating teams consist each of five contestants, a leader and a deputy leader. The contestants must be high school students. The contest consists of solving 20 mathematical problems selected by the Jury. The time for the contest is 4 hours 30 minutes. Each team works together and the team members are free to discuss the work between them.

Earlier Baltic Way contests

Year

Location

Problems and Solutions

Website

2012

Tartu, Estonia

Problems   Solutions

BW_2012

2011

Greifswald, Germany

Problems   Solutions

BW_2011

2010

Reykjavík, Iceland

Problems   Solutions

BW_2010

2009

Trondheim, Norway

Problems 

BW_2009

2008

 Gdańsk, Poland

Problems   Solutions

BW_2008

2007

Copenhagen, Denmark

Problems   Solutions

BW_2007

2006

Turku, Finland

Problems   Solutions

BW_2006

2005

Stockholm, Sweden

Problems   Solutions

BW_2005

2004

Vilnius, Lithuania

Problems   Solutions

 

2003

Rīga, Latvia

Problems   Solutions

BW_2003

2002

Tartu, Estonia

Problems   Solutions

BW_2002

2001

Hamburg, Germany

Problems   Solutions

 

2000

Oslo, Norway

Problems   Solutions

 

1999

 Reykjavík, Iceland

Problems   Solutions

 

1998

Warsaw, Poland

Problems   Solutions

 

1997

Copenhagen, Denmark

Problems   Solutions

 

1996

 Valkeakoski, Finland

Problems   Solutions

 

1995

 Västerås, Sweden

Problems   Solutions

 

1994

Tartu, Estonia

Problems   Solutions

 

1993

Riīga, Latvia

Problems   Solutions

 

1992

Vilnius, Lithuania

Problems   Solutions

 

1991

Tartu, Estonia

Problems   Solutions

 

1990

 Rīga, Latvia

Problems   Solutions