SELL Student Games

SELL Student Games is a multi-sport event that is open for all university and college students all over the world. The name of the games are according to the first letters of the hosting countries, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in their respective languages (Finnish: Suomi, Estonian: Eesti, Latvian: Latvija, Lithuanian: Lietuva) The principles of the games are that everyone can participate and therefore the event combines top sports and joyful student event. Nowadays the games gather together around 1800–2000 students.


The main disciplines of the games are athletics, swimming, orienteering, judo and chess as individual events. Basketball, volleyball (mini) football and floorball / unihockey are as team events. Also tennis, badminton, table tennis, wrestling, ultimate, aesthetic group gymnastics and ice-hockey has appeared in the games.

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Students from countries all over the world compete. Sports are an important part of college life for students in the United States and thousands of teens gain access to college through a sports scholarship. Students traveling to the SELL Student Games should be protected with travel insurance – likewise, overseas students visiting the US to take part in sporting events should be covered with health insurance for international students while non-student travelers can be covered by the cheap visitor care insurance

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