The road to the Minsk 2019 European games 51 has been pretty impressive to discuss by all of the sports fans. One of the most favorite big teams is German.
For the upcoming European Games, German Olympic Sports Confederation has confirmed to send the teams to the country. The 2019 European Games in Minsk will be full of stars since the state will submit their 150 athletes. The officials have also confirmed that all the 150 athletes set to travel to Belarus’ capital the next month.
The DOSB has nominated 162 athletes in 13 sports for the second edition of the European sport event in the city. Meanwhile, there are other branches which will like to perform in the game. The national associations of canoeing, badminton, and table tennis introduced the participants.
The associations will hand-pick the starters for delegating their countries for Minsk 2019 by May 20. May 20 is the deadline of the acceptance of the proposed name. The associations will need to report their name athletes by May 20. Otherwise, these athletes will not perform as their country’s delegation. So, it is safe to assume that each association has roughly a week to register their athletes’ names.
Many notable athletes will represent Germany. We could see the prestigious tennis players Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Timo Boll. Then there is the canoeist’s team led by Rio 2-016 Olympic gold medal achievers Max Hoff and Brendel. Both were reigning at Baku 2015 as well.
We can rest assured that table tennis player Timo Boll will be amongst Germany’s prospective players to gain the medal for the country.
Other folks who hope to make an appearance will be Lisa Unruh, the professional archer who attained silver medal at Rio 2016 Olympic. Still, in the same corridor, we could also expect the shooters Monika Karsch and Christian Reitz. Reitz was recognized because of his achievement in the men’s 25 meters rapid fire pistol event. Karsch was the Rio silver medalist as well.
There are 13 sports which the Germany boards will dispatch their athletes. The 13 games are 3 x 3 basketball, boxing, canoeing, judo, archery, athletics, road cycling, badminton, sambo, karate, table tennis, shooting, and wrestling.
Four of the categories also come with the qualifying competitions for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The classes are karate, shooting, archery, and table tennis.