Lithuanians Olympic medallists will most likely get awarded with brand new cars by sponsors and will get considerable premiums from the state. Lithuania‘s premiums for the Olympic medal winners fall somewhere in the middle among […]
The official distributor in Lithuania of tickets to Olympic events, the travel agency Novaturas, says it has only sold several dozen tickets. Far more Lithuanians are travelling to Brazil to see the Olympics, but some […]
The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) decision not to blanket-ban Russian athletes from competing in Rio Olympics is disappointing to most in the sports community, says the Lithuanian Department of Physical Education and Sports head.
Although the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has refrained from banning the entire Russian delegation from the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, the ticket to Brazil will not be extended to swimmer Yuliya Efimova and other Russian athletes who have been entangled in doping scandals.
The Lithuanian athletes are working hard in their preparations for the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Among the 67 Lithuanian athletes who will compete in the games are seven walkers who will take part in the races for 20 and 50 kilometres.