Each week before an Advent Sunday, we ask you a question about the SPORTident Orienteering-App and test your knowledge. Among all correct answers we will raffle a great prize each Advent Sunday!
First question in the week from 27.11. to 02.12.23
Second question in the week from 04.12. to 09.12.23
Third question in the week from 11.12. to 16.12.23
Fourth question in the week from 18.12. to 21.12.23
What minimum equipment is required to read out SI-Cards with the O-App? (18.12. - 21.12.)
The winner will always be announced on Facebook and Instagram on each Monday after Advent Sunday. Does that sound good? Then fill in the entry form and send us your answer. We are looking forward to receiving it and wish you a wonderful Advent and pre-Christmas season.
Only correct answers submitted via our entry form will be accepted. The exact conditions of participation are listed below.
You don't know the Advent season before Christmas? It is a truly beautiful German tradition.
"Advent" literally means arrival. Advent therefore refers to the arrival of Jesus Christ, whose birth is celebrated in Germany and by all Christians around the world at Christmas.
To celebrate Christmas properly, there is a time of preparation, the Advent season. This begins on 01.12. and ends on 24.12. with the birth of Jesus Christ and the celebration of Christmas.
In order to shorten the days until 24 December, the Advent calendar was created about 250 years ago. For this purpose, a "little door" is opened every day in the Advent calendar. In the past, a pretty picture or a poem was revealed behind each door. Today, there is a suitable Advent calendar for almost everyone. Whether it's the classic chocolate calendar for the little ones, one filled with beautiful things for women or men, or a homemade calendar. They all have one thing in common: every day or every Sunday in Advent, a door is opened and you get something nice. We also open a "little door" every Sunday in Advent and raffle the contents among all the correct answers sent in to make you happy and to brighten up and shorten the time until Christmas.
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