The 2nd European Games set to get underway here tomorrow and run until June 30 will involve a total of 3,667 athletes from 50 nations.
Organisers of the second European Games which start here in Minsk tomorrow are hoping the Opening Ceremony will miss the worst of the bad weather that is forecast.
A total of 3,667 athletes from 50 countries will be competing at the 2nd European Games due to start here tomorrow, it was confirmed at today’s opening press conference.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has announced its plans for the Independent Observer (IO) and Athlete Outreach (AO) programmes for the 2019 European Games here.
Officials have confirmed that there will be eight sports linked with Olympic qualifying at the second European Games that get underway here in Minsk tomorrow – each offering a different form of pathway to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
A robot has carried the European Games Flame as the Torch Relay visited the Belarus Hi-Tech Park on the latest stage of its journey through Minsk.
Fans will flock to the new beach soccer venue at the Olympic Sports Complex here as tickets for the event near a sell-out.
Ireland's 2015 European Games boxing silver medallist Brendan Irvine has been forced to pull out of the second edition of the competition here after breaking his foot.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will be among the VIP guests for Friday's (June 21) Opening Ceremony here at the second European Games.
Olympic Committee of Israel President Igal Carmi said the country is expecting to earn "three or four" European Games medals as their 33-strong team arrived here for Minsk 2019.
Judo world champion Nikoloz Sherazadishvili has been announced in the 149-strong Spanish team for the Minsk 2019 European Games.
Four-times Olympic biathlon champion Darya Domracheva finally carried the 2019 European Games Flame when it arrived in Minsk before Friday's (June 21) Opening Ceremony.
An esports tournament − organised here as part of the cultural programme for the European Games − will offer a prize pool of $2,000 (£1,600/€1,800) to the top four players.
Organisers of the Minsk 2019 European Games have revealed to insidethegames that more than 150,000 tickets have been sold for the multi-sport competition opening here on Friday (June 21).
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has replaced 10 athletes in its European Games athletics team for Minsk 2019 with those with a neutral status approved by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).