ATLANTIC GAMES

The watersports event for Young Europeans

History

The Atlantic Games from 1995

Since their creation in Brittany in 1995, the objective of the Atlantic Games is to gather, every year, for a week of competition, delegations of young athletes coming from all the Atlantic regions of Europe: more than 14 Atlantic countries or regions take part in the Atlantic Games.

 

2014 : Pays de la Loire (Saint-Gilles Croix de Vie et La Roche-sur-Yon)

14th - 18th July 2014

 

2013 : Norte Portugal (Viana Do Castelo)

15th - 19th July 2013

 

2012 : Bretagne (Quiberon)

16th - 20th July 2012

 

2011 : North Devon (Bideford)

23rd - 28th July 2011

 

2010 : Cantabrie (Santander)

31st July - 5th August 2010
 

2009 : Norte Portugal (Viana Do Castelo)

1st - 6th August 2009

 

2008 : Pays Basque - Espagne (Getxo)

19th - 25th July  2008

 

2007 : Bretagne - France (Pays de Morlaix)

13th - 22nd July 2007

 

2006 : Cornouailles - Grande Bretagne (Falsmouth)

23rd - 30th July 2006

 

2005 : Asturies -Espagne (Gijon)

21st - 31st July 2005

 

2004 : Galice - Espagne (O'Salnes)

19th - 25th July 2004

 

2003 : Bretagne - France (Pays de Morlaix)

19th - 25th July 2003

 

2002 : Donegal - Irlande (Ballyshannon)

4th - 10th August 2002

 

2001 : Norte - Portugal (Porto)

23rd - 27th July 2001

 

2000 : Asturies - Espagne (Gijon)

23rd - 28th July 2000

 

1999 : Ecosse (Largs)

24th - 30th July 1999

 

1998 : Cornouailles (Bude)

9th - 14th August 1998

 

1997 : Galice - Espagne (Ferrol)

20th - 25th August 1997

 

1996 : Pays de Galles (Tenby)

19th - 23rd August 1996

 

1995 : Bretagne - France (Presqu’île de Crozon)

21st - 25th August 1995