The first Europa Games took place in October 2010, from the 1st to the 10th, in Berlin, Prussia.
The Europa Games along with the other regional games came about as a by-product of discussions regarding the resumption of the Olympics as as a way for national federations to prepare for Auckland in both competition and organization and allowing those countries who were unable to participate in the Olympics due to cost and/or logistical issues to still be able to participate in an international competition.
The creation of the Europa Games was announced in 2007, although the date they would be held and which nation would be hosting them remained undecided until December 2009 when it was announced that they were scheduled for October 1 - 10, 2010 and would be held in Prussia. The choice of Prussia as the hosting country was largely due to recent improvements in Prussian infrastructure, particularly the newly restored and modernized Olympiastadion where most of the athletic events will be held. The fact that King Christian personally lobbied the IOC officials may also have played a part in the decision. Some experts raised concerns about the possibility of staging a major sporting event in less than a year’s notice, but government officials see the games as a showcase of Prussia's rise as a European power.
In August of 2010, in response to the threat of legal trouble by two Alpine women, the organizers of the games created a women's freestyle wrestling event. A call went out for other wrestlers, though only the Kuban state was able to find an entry on such short notice. The Alpine Women would later eat crow after losing badly to the Kuban woman.
- Running (100 m, 200 m, 400 m, 800 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10,000 m, and the Marathon)
- Hurdles (100 m, 110 m, 400 m)
- Relay (4 x 100m and 4x 400 m)
- Long jump
- Triple jump
- High jump
- Pole vault
- Shot Put
- Discus throw
- Hammer throw
- Javelin throw
- Decathlon (men)
- Heptathlon (women)
- Cycling (track and road)
- Field hockey
- Rugby Sevens
- Backstroke (100 m, 200 m)
- Breaststroke (100 m, 200 m)
- Butterfly (100 m, 200 m)
- Freestyle (50 m, 100 m, 200 m, 400 m, 800 m (women), 1500 m (men) )
- Freestyle relay (4 x 100 m, 4 x 200 m)
- Individual medley (200 m, 400 m)
- Medley relay (4 x 100m)
- Open Water (10km)
- Water Polo
- Wrestling (Freestyle and Greco-Roman)
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Divided in regions according to the Europa Games. Sicily was not invited and was denied as a participant, while the Nordic Union boycotted the games as they did not recognize Prussia until just prior to the games. The Tuscans, however, struck a deal with Sicily allowing the Tuscans in Sicilian-occupied Tuscany to compete. Karelia and Estonia had signed up to compete in the Games prior to their ascension to the Nordic Union, and were allowed to continue to do so. North Germany, as an observer state in the Union, also still competed.
Due to its position inside a war zone, Malta was prevented from competing, and survivor states in the Ukraine declined from competing due to the current status of the region, which also prevented competition by the Russian confederacy and most of the states in what was once France and Spain. Various other nations also declined for other reasons.
Ireland and Great Britain Region
- Celtic Alliance
- Southern England
- East Britain
- Kingdom of Cleveland
- Kingdom of Northumbria
- Duchy of Lancaster
Black Sea Region
With the conclusion of the Games, the Celtic Alliance has won both the most medals the most gold medals, and the Alpine Confederation and Slovenia came in second and third overall. Greece and the Confederation came in second and third for gold medals after the Alliance.
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