History and resultsPrint

In 1961, Latvia held the first Baltic championship in fire sport. It became a tradition and from then on, the championship is being organized annually in one of the Baltic countries. This year Latvia holds the 40th Baltic championship in fire sport.

 

Records of the Baltic championship in fire sport

 

Discipline

Record-holder

Result

Place

An assault ladder competition

junior group

A. Cakurs (Latvia)

7,37

Rakver (Estonia), 2010

middle group

J. Gikas (Lithuania)

7,69

Vilnius (Lithuania), 2004

senior group

J.Gikas (Lithuania)

11,27

Rakver (Estonia), 2006

adults 

V. Rogozin (Lithuania)

13,75

Vilnius (Lithuania), 2004

100 m obstacle course

junior group

G. Cacs (Latvia)

17,91

Valmiera (Latvia), 2012

middle group

J. Gikas (Lithuania)

16,79

Vilnius (Lithuania), 2004

senior group

J. Remmel (Estonia)

16,51

Vilnius (Lithuania), 2004

adults 

E.Spude (Latvia)

15,97

Valmiera (Latvia), 2008

4x100 m firefighters relay-race competition

juniors

Latvia

59,07

Valmiera (Latvia), 2005

adults

Estonia

57,16

Valmiera (Latvia), 2005

Fire attack deployment

juniors

Lithuania

19,56

Panevesis (Lithuania), 2007

adults

 

Latvia

27,77

Rakver (Estonia), 2013

 

Overall classing of Baltic championship in fire sport

Team

I place

II place

III place

Total points

Place

Latvia

14

20

5

69

I

Lithuania

17

     11

11

72

II

Estonia

8

8

23

93

III

* 1st place – 1 point; 2nd place – 2 points; 3rd place – 3 points