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Чемпионат Европы-2006

UIAA

UIAA Climbing


IFSC EUROPEAN BOULDERING CHAMPIONSHIP 2007
Birmingham, Great Britain
16-18 March 2007

1. Organisation
British Mountaineering Council.

Website www.thebmc.co.uk/climb07 - not available until 1 March (but maybe earlier)

2. Participation / Team quotas
5 male and 5 female competitors of each country plus the reigning European Champions plus the reigning World Champions if appropriate.

3. Registration
Please use the new system for registration at
http://www.ifsc-climbing.org.com/egroupware/

Copy to: graeme@thebmc.co.uk
Mobile +44 (0)7949 024498
Fax: +44 161 4454500
British Mountaineering Council
177-179 Burton Road, Manchester M20 2BB
Telephone: +44 (0)161 104878

IMPORTANT: Those competitors whose Federation has not applied for a 2007 International Licence will not be allowed to compete!

VISA: Ask your government which kind of requirements you need to request the Visa and inform BMC. If you require a visa please email graeme@thebmc.co.uk and aldersongraeme@hotmail.com to ask for invitation.

4. Deadline for registration: 1800 GMT Monday 5 March 2007.

5. Prizes
According to IFSC Standards

6. Competition venue:
The event takes place at the National Exhibition Centre as part of The Ordnance Survey Outdoors Show (see www.theoutdoorsshow.co.uk for details).

The Ordnance Survey Outdoors Show 2007 is in Halls 1,2 and 3 of the NEC. Click here for a map of NEC : http://www.necgroup.co.uk/visitor/thenec/Home.asp?section=venueplans

7. Provisional programme

Thursday 15 March 2007
18.00-19.00 Registration - venue to be confirmed but meet at Hall 3 Organisers Office . Click here for detailed map of NEC
19.00 Technical Meeting (venue to be confirmed but meet at Hall 3 Organisers Office.)

Friday 16 March 2007
09.00 Isolation opens for Female Qualification (Report to Hall 3 Entrance to be escorted to isolation)
10.00 Isolation closes for Female Qualification
11.00 Female Qualification starts

Saturday 17 March 2007
07.30 Isolation opens for Male Qualification (Report to Hall 3 Entrance to be escorted to isolation)
08.30 Isolation closes for Male Qualification
09.00 Male Qualification starts
(Important note: The timetable for the male qualification is based on 75 climbers, if there are more climbers then the timetable will start earlier - this is because the ECH is part of a large Show and the Show closes at 18.00).

Sunday 18th March 2007
08.00 Isolation opens for Semi Finals (Report to Hall 3 Entrance to be escorted to isolation)
09.00 Isolation closes for Semi Finals
09.30 Semi Finals start
12.30 Isolation opens for Finals
12.45 Isolation closes for Finals
14.15 Finals
16.45 Award Ceremony

8. Travel:
a) By Air: the closest international airport is: Birmingham International, a very short shuttle ride (3 minutes) from the National Exhibition Centre.
b) By Road: the National Exhibition Centre is situated adjacent to the M42 motorway.
c) By Rail. Birmingham International Train Station is situated adjacent to Birmingham International Airport and the NEC. The train station is on the mainline from London to Birmingham city centre

Airline options
Please note that the UK is very well served by budget airlines although very few actually fly to Birmingham. It is often possible to fly very cheaply to the UK and then hire a car, which will be very useful to travel to and from hotels!!
www.ryanair.com
www.easyjet.com
www.jet2.com
www.flymonarch.com
www.bmibaby.com
www.flybe.com
(Flybe and bmibaby are the airlines that use Birmingham the most).

[http://www.thebigproject.co.uk/budget links to all European budget airlines]

9. Accommodation

The following hotels offer accommodation at a range of prices. We advise making a reservation as soon as possible in order to ensure availability.

If you wish to book accommodation in a hotel close to the competition venue (the NEC), visit the NEC Group website for options - Link to website Please note that hotels at the NEC tend to be very expensive (normally at least £100 per room per night)

Hotels in Birmingham city centre are generally cheaper than those on the NEC site, and it is easy to travel by train from the city centre to the NEC, with a frequent service from Birmingham New Street Train station to Birmingham International Train station.

The following hotels are located in Birmingham city centre -

Hotel Ibis Birmingham City Centre
Located 350 metres from Birmingham New Street train station.
Room rate - from approximately £57 per room per night. Link to website


Hotel Ibis Birmingham Holloway Circus
Located 700 metres from Birmingham New Street train station.
Room rate - from approximately £43 per room per night. Link to website

Premier Travel Inn
A number of hotels in Birmingham. Link to website

Travel Lodge hotel
A number of hotels in Birmingham. Link to website

Days Inn hotel
Link to website

Formule 1 Birmingham Bordesley
1.5 kilometres from Birmingham New Street train station.
Room rate - from approximately £22 per room per night. Link to hotel website

Hotel Ibis Birmingham Bordesley Circus
1.5 kilometres from Birmingham New Street train station.
Room rate - from approximately £50 per room per night. Link to hotel website


There are many other hotels available in Birmingham, search on www.google.co.uk to find them but remember to ensure that any hotel is close to the railway if you require public transport.!!

The city of Coventry is a similar distance from the NEC as Birmingham, and also has a regular train service to Birmingham International. For accommodation and other information about Coventry, visit this website

 

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