RMK placed second in the Winter Games of Estonian Companies 07.03

Twenty-five companies participated in the Winter Games of Estonian Companies held in Otepää and Kääriku on 2-4 March. In summary, the Sports Club of Estonian Post received the highest scores, followed by RMK and AS Norma.
The employees of RMK, who participated this year for the first time, offered an exciting challenge to the sports team of Estonian Post, which placed first. Aigar Kallas, Chairman of the Management Board of RMK, was satisfied after the third day of competition. “The competitions were great and interesting. I thank the entire team of RMK for their sporting efforts; we will certainly participate again next year, when our team is hopefully even larger.”

The programme of the winter games included 15 different competitions – 12 areas where scores are awarded and three entertaining games. As appropriate to the Winter Games, the main focus of the competitions was on different skiing-related areas. This was favoured by the very good snow conditions and the possibilities of Tehvandi ski stadium. In the area of cross-country skiing and team sprint relay, the most successful company was Swedbank, followed by the Sports Club of Estonian Post, and RMK. The three best companies in the biathlon relay race were RMK, Estiko Plastar and the Tallinn Bus Company. In the area of the 100-metre ski sprint, the fastest were the employees of RMK, the Sports Club of Estonian Post and Swedbank.

Fifteen companies participated in the legendary sleigh race of the winter games. RMK reached the finish line in the shortest time. Sixty-four fishers tried their luck on the ice of Kääriku Lake; the largest catch was caught by Ülar Tuisk, representative of Tschudi Logistics. In the area of winter orientation and downhill skiing race, held for the first time, first place was won by the Sports Club of Estonian Post, second place by AS Norma, and third place by Swedbank and Estiko Plastar.

In the multiathlon of company managers, a slalom skiing track was completed on the Wii play console and a downhill track on the slope of Munamäe hill. The winners were Marko Otsing, from Lennuliiklusteeninduse AS, and Kristiina Kruusa, from Nordea Pank. As the best downhill skier, Peeter Puhke placed third.

In addition to the activities in the snow, volleyball and indoor football contests were held. The best volleyball players of the winter games work at Jyrr Invest and the most skilled footballers work at AS Norma. The volleyball players and footballers of RMK placed third and fourth, respectively.
Competitions were also held in quizzes and entertainment games. The smartest quiz takers were the teams of the Sports Club of Estonian Post. The largest sum (EUR 2507.20) in the dart throwing contest “Grow the pension pillar” was gathered by Vahur Vent, from Tallinn Airport.

Twenty-five companies participated in the winter games: Arco Vara, Eesti Posti Spordiklubi, Eesti Firmaspordi Liit, Elisa Eesti, Estanc, Estiko Plastar, Fere OÜ, GBD Projekteerimine, Jussike OY, Jyrr Invest, Kalev Chocolate Factory, Lennuliiklusteenindus, Nordea Pank, AS Norma, Rand & Tuulberg Group, RMK, Sampo Pank, Swedbank, Stereo Media, Tallinna Autobussikoondis, Tallinna Lennujaam, Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli Meresüsteemide Instituut, Tele2 Eesti, Tridens, Tschudi Logistics.