Baltic Way 2009 - Trondheim - Previous Competition

The Baltic Way competitions

A brief history

The first Baltic Way Mathematical Team Competition was held in Riga, Latvia, in 1990. The participating teams in this first competition came from the three baltic states, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Since 1992 other countries around the Baltic Sea are invited. Eleven countries participate on a regular basis: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany (represented mainly by Rostock and Hamburg), Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia (represented by St. Petersburg), and Sweden.

Earlier Baltic Way contests

Year Location Problems Website
2008Gdansk, PolandProblems 08 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW08-Gdansk
2007Copenhagen, DenmarkProblems 07 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW07-Copenhagen
2006Turku, FinlandProblems 06 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW06-Turku
2005Stockholm, SwedenProblems 05 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW05-Stockholm
2004Vilnius, LithuaniaProblems 04 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW04-Vilnius
2003Riga, LatviaProblems 03 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW03-Riga
2002Tartu, EstoniaProblems 02 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
BW02-Tartu
2001Hamburg, GermanyProblems 01 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
2000Oslo, NorwayProblems 00 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1999Reykjavik, IcelandProblems 99 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1998Warsaw, PolandProblems 98 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1997Copenhagen, DenmarkProblems 97 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1996Valkeakoski, FinlandProblems 96 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1995Västerås, SwedenProblems 95 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1994Tartu, EstoniaProblems 94 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1993Riga, LatviaProblems 93 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1992Vilnius, LithuaniaProblems 92 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1991Tartu, EstoniaProblems 91 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)
1990Riga, LatviaProblems 90 (PDF)
Solution (PDF)