A survey of earlier Baltic Way competitions

On-line version of A5-booklet containing problems and solutions 2002-2006 (108 pages, with colored hyperlinks). For printing on A4-paper, you can use this A4-version (72 pages, B/W).

The very first Baltic Way Mathematical Team Competition took place in 1990 with participating teams from 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.
YearLocationProblemsWebsite
2007Copenhagen, DenmarkProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
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2006Turku, FinlandProblems (PDF)Website
2005Stockholm, SwedenProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
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2004Vilnius, LithuaniaProblems (PDF)Website
2003Riga, LatviaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
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2002Tartu, EstoniaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
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2001Hamburg, GermanyProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
2000Oslo, NorwayProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1999Reykjavik, IcelandProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1998Warsaw, PolandProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1997Copenhagen, DenmarkProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1996Valkeakoski, FinlandProblems (PDF)
1995Västerås, SwedenProblems (PDF)
1994Tartu, EstoniaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1993Riga, LatviaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1992Vilnius, LithuaniaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1991Tartu, EstoniaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)
1990Riga, LatviaProblems (PDF)
Solutions (PDF)

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