Clarification of Answer by
08 Sep 2005 06:58 PDT
Yes they do usually most of them are sporting events so a trophy is
given. Actually in the list two competitions, ZP International
Canoepolo Tournament and OPEN EL HATRI Kumite TOURNAMENT, do not
mention their prizes.
I am replacing them with these additional links.
7th Computer Olympiad - (Battle Between Chess Computer Programmers)
Fee - Amateur: US $ 25, Semi-professional:US $ 250, Professional: US $ 500
Prizes - "Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded to the
leading programs in each tournament."
Netherlands Society for English Studies
Fee - "The annual fee is ? 23, ? 13 for research students."
Prizes- " It is with this aim in mind that NSES offers two prizes: the
NSES-Award, which is presented biennially to a journalist who has made
a particularly valuable contribution to our discipline, and the NSES
Graduation Prize, awarded biennially to the graduate in English
studies who, in the judgment of an expert jury, produced the finest
dissertation or final project of the preceding years."
Dam tot Damloop (Running Event)
Fee: ? 13,50 (excl. chip)
Prize: "A total amount of ? 30.000,- is available (general prize money
and Grote Prijs Zaanstad)."
The Royal Yacht Club Hollandia and the Dutch J/24 Class Association -
2003 World Championship J/24 (World Tournamnet - Open to Other
Nationalities as well)
Fees - "Entry fee (incl. crane and docking) will be ? 500"
- "The helmsman and crew of the winning boat will be the 2003 World
Champions in the Int. J/24 Class, and will be awarded the perpetual
World Championship Trophies."
- "Gold, silver, and bronze medals will be presented to the helmsman
and crew of the first, second, and third ranked boats."
Here are the links I previously listed above which mentions about giving prizes.
Dutch Ladies Competition 2003 (Inline Skating)
Fee - "For the criterium events, there is no extra registration fee
for skaters with a Dutch license. The registration fee for the World
Inline Cup events is 20 Euros for skaters who are not on an official
World Inline Cup team."
Prize - "Prize money will go to the first 10 finishers, and the amount
of money will depend on the number of participants. D1 prizes will be
the same as B-men's scheme (from 52 Euros down), D2 prizes will be the
same as C-men's scheme (from 16 Euros down). Prizes to the final
winners of the competion will be double the standard award scheme."
DaimlerChrysler Open 2005 International Wheelchair Tennis tournament
ITF 2 series (Tennis)
Entry Fee - "? 295,- Players, ? 495,- Partner/Coach. (based on sharing
double room, no refund for early departures) Single room supplement ?
Prize - "US$ 12000 for Main, Quad and Men Second Draw, Singles and Doubles"
Dutch Junior Open
Entry Fee - ? 42
Prize - "There will be prize money in the under-19 Boys/Girls
categories. Trophies will be awarded in all categories."
Heineken Dutch Open Students Championship Grass Volleyball (Volleyball)
Fee - ? 50.00 per team
Prize - "The three highest ranking teams from each part
(men/women/overall) are rewarded medals of the SSN (Student Sport of
the Netherlands). The winner of the overall ranking receives the
DIOK LEIDEN 2005 EASTER TOURNAMENT 15-a-SIDE & 10-a-SIDE RUGBY FOR MEN
& WOMEN TEAMS (Rugby)
Fee - 80 euros
Prize - "Presentation of 15-a-side Champions Trophy"
International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition 2005 (Piano)
Entry fee: ? 30 for soloists, with or without accompanist; ? 40 for duos;
? 50 for ensembles.
First prize: ? 4,500
Second prize: ? 2,250
Third prize: ? 1,125
Special prize: ? 2,250
In addition, the Gaudeamus Foundation aims to organize (but cannot
guarantee) concerts for the finalists.
International Franz Liszt Piano Competition 2005 (Piano)
Fee: ? 75 (plus bank charges)
I hope that this will be helpful.