As part of the third Mozzart Teqvoly Winter Tour, the grand finale of this great sports competition will be held on February 26 on Jahorina. Teq sports after only two years in Bosnia and Herzegovina market have completely won the hearts of Bosnians and Herzegovinans, and the new Mozzart Teqvoly Winter Tour, with events that promote sports in a completely new dimension, guarantees a lot of excitement and sports competition that will surely delight everyone.
As was the case in previous years on Jahorina, everything is ready for another true sports spectacle, and the organizers have tried their best to provide valuable prizes to the best participants.
The tournament will start at 10:30 a.m., and the prize fund is 1,200 BAM, provided by Monri by Payten and BH Telecom. The total prize fund of the tour is 10,000 BAM. The first place is awarded with a cash prize of 500 BAM, the second with a 400 BAM voucher with a voucher for two at the BAUER body regeneration center, while the third place is guaranteed a weekend for two at Hotel Blanca Vlašić and a cash prize in the amount of 150 BAM. Prizes are also provided for the fourth and fifth place, so the fourth place winner will receive 100 BAM with a Quad ride for two in partnership with Quad Sarajevo, and the fifth place will receive 50 BAM with a weekend for two at the Hotel on Jahorina, which is just another reason for great motivation of all participants.
Olympic Center of Jahorina, as one of the organizers, prepared ski passes for the winners of the finals, which can be used during the 2022/2023 winter season on the perfectly groomed slopes of Jahorina.
What is teqvoly and in what format will the tournament be played?
Teqvoly is an urban sport based on volleyball and table tennis, and is played on a special curved table, the so-called. TEQ table. The sport was founded in Hungary in 2012, and the rules dictate that four players participate, that is, two per team, regardless of gender and age. The sport follows a point-scoring format and can be played on various surfaces: concrete, sand and acrylic; in a closed or open space, and for the first time in Bosnia and Herzegovina it is also played on snow, which makes the whole experience even better.
As for the other rules, Teqvoly as a sport allowing players a maximum of three touches, as is the case in volleyball, and the ball must then be transferred to the opponent’s half, i.e. the curved surface on the other side. One of the key rules is that no physical contact is allowed between the player and the table, which minimizes the risk of injury.