More than 60 judges from 17 countries trained in Austria for the CTIF Youth Games in Italy 2024!
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On November 10th and 11th, a seminar and training of judges was held at the fire school in Linz, Austria. These will be judging at the upcoming 24th CTIF international firefighting youth competition next year in Borgo Valsugana, Italy.
A total of more than 60 judges from 17 countries came together over two days on Friday and Saturday, and underwent the theoretical and practical part of the training according to the new regulations for the CTIF Youth Firefighting Competitions.
Judges were from:
Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, France, Luxemburg, Bulgary, Germany, Portugal, Italy,
Sweden, Poland, Switzerland, Finland and Czech Republic.
Read more about the 2024 Youth Fire Fighting Competitions in Borgo Valsugana, on 21 28 of the July, 2024
Photo from the beginning of the seminar and training of judges for the upcoming 24th international youth firefighting competition in Borgo Valsugana-2024, Linz Austria, 10-12 November 2023.