Sat, 12 July from 10h to 17h
In Iron Town you can once again enjoy the exhibition of old cars. Among others, an old working steam engine, produced in 1936 in the English factory of Marshall Sons & Co. and restored by Tõnu Ojamaa, is on display.
At 12h starts the Final Cup of Amateur Strongmen the winner of which automatically becomes a professional strongman. The 3rd competition of Murumets Challenge, organized by Estonian Professional Strongmen Association, takes place in Tartu. An amateur is everyone who does not compete in the professional strongmen competition but wants to test his strength and skills. It is a competition for every man! The best ten athletes of the preliminary competition get to the finals. Fields of competition: log, suitcase carry, stone lift, sailor, strength drag.
Strength tests, including car drag take place as well. You can register on the spot. Come and test your strength!
At 13h children’s competition takes place. The future strongmen in the age of 5 to 11 years have the opportunity to compete in the mini-suitcase carry and mini-tire flip. You can register on the spot before the start.
Ingmar Noorlaid uses welding and a buzz saw to create metal statues, which can also be purchased on the spot.
At 12h and 14h you can enjoy the music of a brass orchestra – Orchestra of Alumni of Tamme High School plays for the good mood.
Throughout the whole day, Science Centre Ahhaa introduces and tests electrical cars, and invites everybody to build robots.
The viewing platform of Plasku is open from 10h to 19h. Ticket – 7 €; children under 7 years of age – free of charge!
You can also drive Segways and participate in different workshops.
Iron Town is located around Tasku Centre.
Partners: Estonian Professional Strongmen Association, Science Centre Ahhaa, Antique Technology Club Levatek.