Games Information

The 13th World Firefighters Games Chungju, 2018

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  • Appropriate adjustments will be made according to the entries or absence thereof.
  • Final Decision : The final decision will be passed on events according to the entry reception results for the participating domestic/foreign teams.
    • Shooting(Air Pistol)

      The Air Pistol event allows 40 shots each, and there will be Individual category only. participation is allowed with no classification for age or gender.

    • Shooting(American-Trap)

      The American-Trap Shooting event allows 50 shots each, and there will be Individual category only. This event has the objects fly at a slower speed compared to Trap shooting, and thus offers a lower level of difficulty. This event is often enjoyed by those who share an interest in shooting. There is no classification for age or gender.

    • Shooting(Skeet)

      The Skeet Shooting event allows 50 shots each, and there will be Individual category only. This event consists of attempting to shoot clay pigeons flying sideways. The level of difficulty varies according to the shooting area. There is no classification for age or gender.

    • Shooting(Trap)

      The Trap Shooting event allows 50 shots each, and there will be individual category only. This event consists of attempting to shoot clay pigeons flying forward at a speed of 80~90 km/h. There is no classification for age or gender.

    • Soccer(11-player)

      The 11-man Soccer event will have the first and second halves last for 2~30 minutes each. Only men may participate in this event.

    • Soccer(6-player)

      The 6-man Soccer event is a mini soccer game. The first and second half will last for 15~20 minutes each, and FIFA FUTSAL regulations will apply. (Men only)

    • Softball

      The Softball event allows up to 20 players per team. There will be 7 innings, and everyone is welcome to participate regardless of gender or age.

    • Squash

      The Squash event involves 11-point rallies and 5 sets. For individual participants, the event will be classified by age and gender. For team participants there will be no age or gender classification, allowing for mixed doubles.

    • Stair Run

      The Stair Run is an event in which the first person to run to the very top of the Jebibong stairs wins.

    • Swimming(Fin)

      The Fin Swimming event is divided into 3 categories: Surface Swimming, Underwater Swimming, and Relay Swimming. This event involves the usage of snorkels or other equipment according to the method of the race. Classifications are done by age and gender, and the race is unisex and done with 4 swimmers.

    • Swimming(Indoor Pool)

      The Indoor Swimming event is a 4-swimmer relay for both men and women. The event is divided and classified according to age, and contains a 50~200m (personal freestyle only: 400m) freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and an individual medley race. The co-ed relay has 2 categories: Freestyle and Mixed.

    • Swimming(Open Water)

      The Open Water Swimming event is done on a 1500m-long boat race course, and all participants must wear a proper suit. Only individual entries are allowed for this competition, and participants will be separated and classified according to gender and age.

    • Table Tennis

      The Table Tennis sporting event will involve using a racket in a narrow indoor stadium to hit a ball back and forth over a net. This event will be divided up by gender/age, and there will also be the 3 categories of Individual, Doubles, and Mixed Doubles.

    • Taekwondo

      This indigenous South Korean martial arts event will have the participants divided up and classified by gender and weight class.

    • Tennis

      The Tennis sporting event will involve using a racket in a wide stadium to hit a ball back and forth over a net. The event will be divided up into male/female individual and doubles/mixed doubles.