Volvo Gdynia Sailing Days

Gdynia Sailing Days is the first international sailing regatta to take place in Poland and is included in the ranking of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).
The importance of this event is reflected in the fact that it includes championship regattas at world and European levels every year. This is also why Gdynia Sailing Days attracts the attention of the best sailors from Poland and from all over the world.

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GFNY Gdynia

The first Polish edition of a global cycling marathon series for amateurs Gran Fondo NY. GFNY World events are organized in ca. 15 different countries with dozens of thousands of riders taking part in the whole series. You can choose one of the two courses - 80 km (medio fondo) and 136 km (gran fondo). Both will start and finish on the Kosciuszko Square in Gdynia. And both will be fully closed to traffic. The motto of this event says “Be a pro for a day”.

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ONICO Gdynia Half Marathon

The distance of the race is 21.097 km. The course of the race has been officially recognised by the PZLA. This time, apart from the individual competition, it will also feature relays. Teams of three will conquer the same half marathon course. It is a perfect opportunity for beginners or can be a nice way to launch the 2018 spring season with your friends. Participation is limited. The event has received the certificate IAAF Road Race Bronze Label.

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Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia

The Maritime Economy Forum is a modern platform for exchanging experience and knowledge, stimulating creative discussions and meetings of specialists from different branches of the maritime economy. This brings the focus of the Forum on practical considerations, which are relevant to the business competitiveness and potential development of the maritime economy and Baltic ports.                      

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Gdynia Film Festival

One of the biggest film events in Poland and the only one which promotes Polish cinematography on such a large scale. Every year, the latest Polish films compete for the Golden Lions award. The festival in Gdynia is primarily the showcase of Polish cinema - the best films of the year, the most influential filmmakers and vital topics. Here, modernity meets with history: new generations of filmmakers are confronted with their masters, and new generations of critics reinterpret the classics of Polish cinema.