Due to the current Covid-19 virus we are facing, the organizing committee together with ETBF and the city of Tilburg, have decided to cancel the EYC 2020. This means, there will be no European Youth Championships in 2020! It is a hard decision to make, knowing how athletes and coaches look forward to this event
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The Organizing committee of the EYC 2020 has evaluated different options in co-operation with all EYC partners. The new data will be October 9th till October 17th. The Koepelhal Finals will still be played and will take place Saturday October 17th. Click here for the full schedule. Hopefully this gives all of us enough time
A few weeks before the original start of the EYC, the organizing committee in consultation with ETBF, the Dutch government and all the EYC partners have decided not to organize the EYC 2020 in April. This decision is made because of all the developments concerning the Corona virus. We feel it is not responsible to
Today (March 12th) we're one month away from the Koepelhal Finals of the EYC 2020. Though we would've liked to be talking about that these days, we also are following the news and developments about the Corona virus in The Netherlands and Europe closely. We will decide as soon as possible (latest Tuesday) about the
The ETBF Technical Delegate and Kegel, which is the official lane maintenance partner of ETBF, have decided the length of the oil-pattern for the European Youth Championships 2020 to be 40 feet. The length of the final selected oil-pattern, which will be published at the Team Managers meeting, might vary with a maximum of +/-
When you dream about playing a big final, what do you see? You see a good pair of lanes and ten pins of course. Your teammates are beside you and your coach is giving you all the confidence you need. But there’s more, right? You see cameras to record every pin you take down. And
During the EYC 2020 opening ceremony on April 4th in the Van der Valk hotel we will welcome 150+ boys and girls who are representing 28 federations (countries). This is more or less the same as the last two editions in Vienna and Aalborg. The complete Top 10 of ETBF's all-time EYC medal tally will