Awards Ceremony

The 10th edition of Juvenes Translatores offered us a glimpse into bright young minds as they embark on their journey to discover the world — untroubled by routine or conventions, youthful and a tad irreverent. This year over 3000 students from across the European Union translated texts involving an impressive number of language combinations (152!), including Greek-Latvian and Bulgarian‑Portuguese. They didn't balk at tackling even the trickiest phrases, and their ingenious solutions occasionally led markers — professional translators — to wonder whether they'd have been able to equal the efforts of the most promising contestants back in their own school days. Congratulations on the students' efforts, in which they clearly invested a great deal of commitment and enthusiasm!

Winners in 2016

Austria

Daniel Sauer

BG 13 Fichtnergasse, Wien 

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Belgium - winning translation

Nina Kessler

Königliches Athenäum St. Vith, Sankt Vith

Bulgaria - winning translation

Мадлен Илиева

Езикова гимназия „Д-р Петър Берон“, Кюстендил

Croatia - winning translation

Petra Nimac Kalcina

III. gimnazija, Split

Cyprus - winning translation

Νεφέλη Ποταμίτου

Λύκειο Αγίας Φυλάξεως, Λεμεσός

Czech Republic - winning translation

Tereza Csibová

Podještědské gymnázium, Liberec

Denmark - winning translation

Astrid Ginnerup Jørgensen

Hasseris Gymnasium, Aalborg 

Estonia - winning translation

Laura Schifrin

Gustav Adolfi Gümnaasium, Tallinn 

Finland - winning translation

Greta Koivikko

Tampereen yhteiskoulun lukio, Tampere 

France -  winning translation

Alexis Lucas

Lycée Saint Joseph, Bruz

Germany - winning translation

Mariam Kostanian

Französisches Gymnasium, Berlin

Greece - winning translation

Αγγελική Χριστοδουλάκη 

Γενικό Λύκειο Αγίου Νικολάου, ΄Αγιος Νικόλαος Χαλκιδικής

Hungary - winning translation

Barbara Mészáros

Szegedi Tömörkény István Gimnázium és Művészeti Szakközépiskola, Szeged

Ireland - winning translation

Éile Ní Chianáin

Coláiste Íosagáin, Baile an Bhóthair

Italy - winning translation

Carolina Zanchi

Liceo Linguistico Statale "Giovanni Falcone", Bergamo

Latvia -  winning translation

Artūrs Bartkevičs-Valdmanis

Saldus novada pašvaldības Druvas vidusskola, Saldus novads 

Lithuania -  winning translation

Martynas Bartninkas

Kauno technologijos universiteto gimnazija, Kaunas

Luxembourg - winning translation

Henrik Young

European School of Luxembourg Kirchberg 1, Luxembourg

Malta - winning translation

Abigail Callus

G.F. Abela Junior College, Msida

Netherlands - winning translation

Caroline Smulders

Titus Brandsmalyceum - Het Hooghuis, Oss

Poland - winning translation

Jędrzej Michalski

I Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Karola Marcinkowskiego, Poznań

Portugal - winning translation

Beatriz Simões

Instituto Educativo do Juncal, Juncal - Porto de Mós

Romania - winning translation

Alina Cristiana Tache

Colegiul Național „Mihai Viteazul”, Ploiești

Slovakia - winning translation

Agáta Brozová

Gymnázium, Tvrdošín

Slovenia - winning translation

Maruška Schenk

Škofijska klasična gimnazija, Ljubljana 

Spain - winning translation

Inés Fernández Martínez

IES Lancia, León

Sweden - winning translation

Andreas Hygrell

Tyska skolan, Stockholm 

United Kingdom - winning translation

Amy Baxter

King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth