University of Tartu won the medal’s table

XXII SELL Games – 2006 finished in Tartu. 1457 athletes from 86 universities representing 18 countries and regions took part in the Games. During three days of competition 97 sets of medals were handed out to the athletes who competed in 13 different sports: basketball, volleyball, mini-football, floorball, athletics, swimming, chess, judo, wrestling, orienteering, urban adventure, group gymnastics and badminton.

The first place in the medal’s table went to University of Tartu that won 30 medals in total (11 gold, 8 silver, 13 bronze). Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education was second with 29 medals (8 gold, 10 silver, 11 bronze) and University of Latvia took the third place with 27 medals (8 gold, 9 silver, 10 bronze).

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