Authored on 07/27/2022 - 09:55
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The halfway point of the European Universities Games saw two fantastic events over the weekend. Both were organised on Piotrkowska Street, the heart of the city.


Saturday's Sambodrome was a dancing, singing and extremely colourful event, like a carnival in Rio. Athletes and volunteers were led by Brazilian dancers dressed in colourful costumes, moving beautifully to the rhythm of Latin American music.

photo: Ewa Milun-Walczak

Rector Jóźwik also invited Lodz residents to join in the fun, emphasising that the Games are an event organised for the residents to have fun and experience positive emotions. The musical parade started in front of the countdown clock set up for the Games.

Sunday saw the 6th edition of the Erasmus+ run which is a supporting event to the European Academic Games. A total of 88 four-person relay teams took part in the 10 km race. One lap was approximately 1 km long. All participants received medals for their participation in the race.

Erasmus Run

The fastest - with a time of 28:44 - were the runners trained by the Polish middle-distance running championship medallist Tomasz Osmulski - OSMO Running Team. The relay team consisted of Anna Ławrenin, Michał Knapik, Jędrzej Hasiura and Jakub Czyżewski (a student from the Faculty of Technical Physics, Information Technology and Applied Mathematics at Lodz University of Technology).