European Youth Winter Olympic Festival

Sport Multiple sports
Competition Category Multi-Sport Games
Years 1993—2023
Editions 16
Competitors 1009
Countries 25

Known as European Youth Olympic (Winter) Days up to 1999.

The 2021 edition was originally scheduled to take place from 6 to 13 February 2021 was first moved to 11 and 18 December 2021 and later to 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Editions

Year Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1993 Aosta ITA 7 – 10 February 1993 10 26 14
1995 Andorra la Vella AND 4 – 10 February 1995 11 34 11
1997 Sundsvall SWE 7 – 13 February 1997 14 49 13
1999 Poprad-Tatry SVK 6 – 12 March 1999 17 44 13
2001 Vuokatti FIN 11 – 15 March 2001 19 61 12
2003 Bled SLO 25 – 31 January 2003 23 72 12
2005 Monthey SUI 23 – 28 January 2005 18 50 13
2007 Jaca ESP 18 – 23 February 2007 13 33 11
2009 Silesian Voivodeship POL 15 – 20 February 2009 21 72 13
2011 Liberec CZE 13 – 18 February 2011 21 77 11
2013 Braşov ROU 17 – 22 February 2013 22 88 16
2015 Vorarlberg/Vaduz MIX 25 – 30 January 2015 24 99 15
2017 Erzurum TUR 12 – 17 February 2017 21 73 9
2019 Sarajevo and Istočno Sarajevo BIH 10 – 15 February 2019 17 59 11
2022 Vuokatti FIN 20 – 25 March 2022 24 90 13
2023 Friuli-Venezia Giulia ITA 21 – 28 January 2023 26 92 14

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 Russia RUS 53 46 36 135
2 Norway NOR 36 33 32 101
3 Germany GER 33 30 35 98
4 Austria AUT 30 28 33 91
5 Slovenia SLO 28 16 17 61
6 France FRA 23 24 30 77
7 Sweden SWE 23 21 16 60
8 Italy ITA 21 33 23 77
9 Finland FIN 21 20 23 64
10 Czech Republic CZE 11 14 13 38
11 Switzerland SUI 9 15 17 41
12 Poland POL 4 9 8 21
13 Ukraine UKR 2 1 5 8
14 Belarus BLR 2 1 3 6
15 Croatia CRO 2 1 1 4
16 Latvia LAT 1 0 1 2
= Spain ESP 1 0 1 2
18 Hungary HUN 1 0 0 1
19 Estonia EST 0 3 2 5
20 Bulgaria BUL 0 3 0 3
21 Slovakia SVK 0 1 4 5
22 Romania ROU 0 1 3 4
23 Great Britain GBR 0 1 1 2
24 Lithuania LTU 0 1 0 1
25 Belgium BEL 0 0 1 1