HOME  |  PRACTICAL INFO  |  NEWS  |  FACTS ABOUT FINLAND  |  IN FINNISH
 

Top news

Watch the WebTV matches afterwards
21.01.2014

Familiar faces on the top of the podium in showdown
19.01.2014

Beating Czech Republic in goalball is still mission impossible for the Finns
19.01.2014

Stonewall defence won the title for USA women’s goalball team
19.01.2014

Finland got two sets from European Champions in sitting volleyball final
19.01.2014

If you missed Saturdays WebTV matches…
18.01.2014

Lots of Finns in showdown semifinals
18.01.2014

Underdogs on fire in goalball semis
18.01.2014

Jani Tissari would like to crown his athletics career with a gold medal
18.01.2014

 
 

Contact info

Finnish Sports Association of Persons with Disabilities
Radiokatu 20, 5. krs.
00240 Helsinki

www.vammaisurheilu.fi

Organizing Committee

 
 
Logo: Pajulahti Games 2013
 

Organizing Committees News

Athletics | Goalball | Judo | Showdown | Sitting Volleyball | Organizing Committee
News Pajulahti Games 2013 |News Pajulahti Games 2012 | News Pajulahti Games 2011

Watch the WebTV matches afterwards
21.01.2014

Pajulahti Games WebTV broadcasted total of 14 goalball matches, 3 sitting volleyball matches and 2 showdown matches during the weekend. You can watch the matches from the link below.

http://www.justin.tv/studioreplay/videos?kind=highlights

The matches broadcasted were:

Goalball
Lithuania–Finland, M
Sweden–Russia, M
Finland–Czech Republic, M
Algeria–Sweden, M
Czech Republic–Russia, M
Algeria–Finland, M
Lithuania–Sweden, M
Turkey–Finland, W
Israel–USA, W
Sweden–Russia, W
Sweden–Finland, M
Lithuania–Czech Republic, M

Final: USA–Russia, W
Final: Czech Republic–Finland, M

Sitting volleyball
Finland–Russia, W
Bronze match: FIN/RUS mixed team–Great Britain, W
Final: Russia–Finland, W

Showdown
Jarno Vilen Finland–Ari Lahtinen Finland, M
Jaana Pesari Finland–Antje Samoray Germany, W


 

------------------------------------------------------------

If you missed Saturdays WebTV matches…
18.01.2014

Pajulahti Games WebTV broadcasted five matches of goalball and one sitting volleyball match on Saturday. They can be watched afterwards from the link below. Women’s goalball matches broadcasted were Turkey–Finland, Israel–USA and Sweden–Russia. Men’s goalball matches were Sweden–Finland and Lithuania–Czech Republic. Women’s sitting volleyball match was Finland–Russia.

http://www.justin.tv/studioreplay/videos?kind=highlights


 

------------------------------------------------------------

If you missed Fridays WebTV matches…
17.01.2014

Pajulahti Games WebTV broadcasted seven matches of goalball and two matches of showdown on Friday. They can be watched afterwards from the link below. Men’s goalball matches broadcasted were Lithuania-Finland, Sweden-Russia, Finland-Czech Republic, Algeria-Sweden, Czech Republic-Russia, Algeria-Finland and Lithuania-Sweden. Showdown matches were Jarno Vilen vs. Ari Lahtinen and Jaana Pesari vs. Antje Samoray.

http://www.justin.tv/studioreplay/videos?kind=highlights


 

------------------------------------------------------------

Welcome Manual published
10.01.2014

The Welcome Manual for the Pajulahti Games 2014 is now published and it can be found from Practical info section of this site. From the Welcome Manual the participating countries can find all the information they need concerning the Games.

The total count of athletes in the Pajulahti Games 2014 is around 250 and they represent 16 different countries. There will also be almost 200 staff members, referees, officials and organization members so the total count of participants is almost 450.


 

------------------------------------------------------------

Web-tv program for Pajulahti Games 2014 published
09.01.2014
You can follow the events of Pajulahti Games 2014 from your computer via Web-tv. The program is now published.

Program (M = Men, W = Women)

Friday 17th January
09.00     Goalball: Lithuania–Finland, M
10.00     Goalball: Sweden–Russia, M
11.30     Showdown: First round matches
14.00     Goalball: Finland–Czech Republic, M
15.00     Goalball: Algeria–Sweden, M
17.00     Goalball: Czech Republic–Russia, M
18.00     Goalball: Algeria–Finland, M
19.00     Goalball: Lithuania–Sweden, M

Saturday 18th January
09.00     Goalball: Turkey–Finland, W
10.00     Goalball: Israel–USA, W
11.00     Goalball: Sweden–Russia, W
14.00     Goalball: Sweden–Finland, M
15.00     Goalball: Lithuania–Czech Republic, M
18.00     Sitting volleyball: Finland–Russia, W

Sunday 19th January
09.00     Sitting volleyball: Bronze match, W
11.00     Sitting volleyball: Final, W
13.00     Goalball: Final, W
14.00     Goalball: Final, M


 

------------------------------------------------------------

350 participants registered in five sports
15.12.2013
There are about 350 participants registered in five sports. In goalball tournament, addition to Finland, there are Lithuania, Sweden, Czech, Algeria and Russia in men´s tournament. In women´s tournament, addition to Finland, there are USA, Sweden, Israel and Russia. In showdown will be participants from nine countries. In sitting volleyball Finland will play with Russia and Great Britain. Participants from Latvian, Nigeria and Sweden will compete in judo and athletics.

 

------------------------------------------------------------

The fourth Pajulahti Games will be organized on the 17th of January to the 19th of January 2014.
24.06.2013
The fourth Pajulahti Games will be organized on the 17th of January to the 19th of January 2014. There will be again several sports and wheelchair rugby is the new one. The other sports are goalball, sitting volleyball, showdown, judo and athletics. Registration forms will be found from the Practical information -page. Please, send entry forms until 31.10.!
 

Sports

Athletics
Goalball
Judo
Showdown
Sitting Volleyball

 

Results

Results
 

Web-Tv

Watch WebTv live from Pajulahti
 

Sponsors

Logo: Pajulahti Sports Institute

Logo: Nastola town

Logo: Umbro

Logo: Lehtimäen Liikenne
 

Highlights 2013