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СПРАВОЧНИК ДЛЯ КОМАНД

Team manual

21-23 мая 2010

Москва, Россия

21-23 May 2010

Moscow, Russia

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Team Manual

http://www.eyot.rusathletics.com/

European Youth Olympic Trials

21-23 May 2010

Moscow, Russia

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CONTENTS

Subject

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION 5

2. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE 6

2.1 European Athletics Council 6

2.2 European Athletics Delegates 6

2.3 European Athletics Office 7

2.4 Executive Board of the All-Russia Athletic Federation 7

2.5 Local Organising Committee 7

2.6 Competition Organisation 7

3. ARRIVALS 8

3.1 Arrival by Air 8

3.1.1 Welcome Service 8

3.1.2 Transportation of Equipment 8

3.2 Arrival by Train 8

3.3 Visa Requirements 9

4. TRANSPORT 10

4.1 Transport and Accommodation Desk 10

4.2 Bus Shuttle Service 11

4.3 Return to Airport / Train Stations

11

4.4 Transportation of Vaulting Poles

5. ACCOMMODATION & HOTEL INFORMATION 12

5.1 General Information 12

5.2 Information Desk 12

5.3 Official Hotels 12

5.4 Costs, IAAF and European Athletics Quota 12

5.5 Payment Procedures 13

5.6 Meals 13

5.7 Meeting Rooms for Teams 13

5.8 Medical Services in the Hotels 13

5.9 Telephone Calls 13

6. ACCREDITATION 14

6.1 General 14

6.2 Accreditation Procedure 14

6.3 Loss of Accreditation 14

6.4 Access Areas for Teams 14

7. TECHNICAL INFORMATION 15

7.1 Technical Information Centre (TIC) 15

7.2 Technical Meeting 16

7.2.1 Technical Meeting Agenda 16

7.3 Equipment 17

7.4 Inspection of the Competition Venue 17

7.5 Competition Area 17

7.6 Dressing Rooms 18

7.7 Physiotherapy 18

7.8 Training 18

7.8.1 Training at the competition venue 19

7.8.2 Training with Official Starters 19

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8. COMPETITION REGULATIONS 19

8.1 Participation

8.1.1 Qualification for the Youth Olympic Games 20

8.2 Competition Entry Procedures 20

8.2.1 Final Entries 20

8.2.2 Final Confirmation 20

8.2.3 Withdrawal 21

8.3 Competition Bibs 21

8.4 Competition Clothing 21

9. COMPETITION PROCEDURE 22

9.1 Timetable 22

9.2 Warming up Before Events 22

9.3 Assembly and Call Room Procedures 22

9.3.1 Last Checkpoint 22

9.4 Event Presentation Format 23

9.5 Competition Preparations 24

9.5.1 Field Events 24

9.5.1.1. Trials in Field Events 24

9.5.1.2. Measurements 24

9.5.2 Track Events 24

9.5.2.1. Starter’s Commands 24

9.5.1.2. Timing 24

9.6 Leaving the Stadium During the Competition 24

9.7 Leaving the Stadium After the Competition 24

9.8 Drinking Stations 24

9.9 Protests 25

9.10 Interviews 25

9.11 Victory Ceremonies 25

9.12 Doping Control 25

9.12.1 General Information 25

9.12.2 Selection of Athletes and additional controls 26

9.12.3 Additional Controls 26

10. MEDICAL SERVICES 27

10.1 General 27

10.2 Medical Services in the Hotels 27

10.3 Medical Care at the Stadium 27

10.4 Physiotherapy 27

11. SECURITY 27

12. OPENING & CLOSING CEREMONIES 28

12.1 Opening Ceremony 28

12.2 Closing Ceremony 28

13. DEPARTURE 29

14. CONTACT DETAILS 30

14.1 European Athletics office

14.2 Office of the Organising Committee

14.3 Others

15. European Athletics Anti-Doping Education Programme 31

APPENDICES

Appendix 1 – Timetable 33

Appendix 2 – Training timetable 36

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Appendix 3 – Implement List (to be added later) 37

Appendix 4 – Maps of the Competition Venues 38

Appendix 5 – IAAF free place quota 42

Appendix 6 – European Athletics Ratio of Athletes and Officials

Appendix 7 – Youth Olympic Games qualification places

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION

Host City – Moscow

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Language – Russian

Currency – Russian Rouble (1 Rouble = 100 kopecks)

Coins – 1, 5, 10, 50 kopecks & 1, 2, 5 roubles

Notes – 10, 50, 100, 500, 1 000, 5 000 roubles

Credit cards in use – VISA, MasterCard (NB: American Express Cards are NOT accepted in

most places). In the majority of places cash preferred!

Temperatures in May in Moscow – 15°C - 25°C

Religion – Christianity (Orthodox, Catholicism, Protestantism), Islam, Buddhism, Judaism

Time Zone – GMT +3:00

Electricity specifications – 220V

Driving - right-hand traffic

Telephone instructions – country code - 7

City codes - 495 / 499 (depending on the part of Moscow)

Mobile phone networks – GSM

Mobile phone companies – MTS, Beeline, Megafon

International calls from Moscow: 8 (buzz)-10- country code – city code – tel. No

International calls to Moscow: +7- code - Moscow phone number

International calls to Moscow mobile phones: +7 – (last ten digits of the mobile phone

number)

Aid services: Moscow Rescue service 937 – 99-11

BUSINESS HOURS SHOPS, GOVERNMENT OFFICES, BANKS

State banks – 9.00-19.00

Money exchange offices – better to use in banks or in the hotels

The majority of supermarkets and shops – 9.00/10.00-21.00 (no lunch break)

There are a lot of round-the-clock supermarkets

The usual time for lunch break at the organisations 13.00-14.00/14.00-15.00

There are some 24-hour cafes in the centre of Moscow

Transport – well-developed transport system: buses, trams, trolleybuses, Underground

(Metro).

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2. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

2.1 European Athletics Council

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President Hansjörg Wirz (SUI)

Vice Presidents José Luis de Carlos (ESP)

Svein Arne Hansen (NOR)

Treasurer Karel Pilny (CZE)

Director General Christian Milz (SUI)

Council Members Janez Aljancic (SLO)

Franco Arese (ITA)

Sylvia Barlag (NED)

Jonathan Edwards(GBR)

Frank Hensel (GER)

Dobromir Karamarinov (BUL)

Philippe Lamblin (FRA)

Toralf Nilsson (SWE)

Ludmila Olijar (LAT)

Antti Pihlakoski (FIN)

Jorge Salcedo (POR)

Salih Munir Yaras (TUR)

Vadim Zelichenok (RUS)

IAAF President (ex officio member) Lamine Diack (SEN)

European Athletics Honorary Life President Carl-Olaf Homén (FIN)

2.2 European Athletics Delegates

President’s Delegate Karel Pilny (CZE)

Technical Delegate Ivica Matijevic (SRB)

Medical & Doping Control Delegate Frederic Depiesse (FRA)

Chair of Jury of Appeal Gerhard Muller (GER)

Race Walking Judges Luis Saladie (ESP) Chief

Maris Peterson (RUS)

Christian Melchior (GER)

Catharine Telling (GBR)

Orsolya Gruber (HUN)

ITOs/ATOs Ozren Karamata (SRB) Chief

Pasi Oksanen (FIN)

Janusz Rozum (POL)

Frank Hamm (GER)

Gemma Castano (ESP)

Antonio Costa (POR)

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2.3 European Athletics Office

European Athletics

Avenue Louis-Ruchonnet 18

1003 Lausanne, Switzerland

Tel: +41 21 313 43 50

Fax: +41 21 313 43 51

E-mail: office@european-athletics.org

Web: www.euroepan-athletics.org

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2.4 Executive Board of the All-Russia Athletic Federation

President Valentin Balakhnichev

General Secretary Mikhail Butov

2.5 Local Organising Committee

President Yuriy Luzhkov

Executive Management Alexander Polinskiy

Logistics Sergey Kuptsov

Protocol / Hospitality Irina Kasyanova

Press / Media Andrey Petrov

Accreditation Oleg Gruzdev

Transport Igor Derebeev

Accommodation Anna Polteva

Event Co-ordination Mikhail Butov

Elena Orlova

2.6 Competition Organisation

Competition Director Yuriy Tselebritsky

Meeting Manager Vladimir Trubochkin

Technical Director Alexander Leonov

Event Presentation Manager Vladimir Pigunov

Call Room Referee Evgeniy Rybakov

Track Events Referee Viktor Gavrilov

Starters Sergey Efremov

Evgeniy Gertzen

Chief Timekeeper Igor Mosin

Chief Photofinish Albert Fantalis

Throwing events Referees Sergey Kotov

Kamil Ahmetzyanov

High Jump Referee Anatoliy Bur

Pole Vault Referee Igor Dashkin

Long/Triple Jump Referee Anton Uyk

Technical Information Centre Manager Natalia Ushakova

Competition Secretary Tatyana Prihodko

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3. ARRIVALS

3.1 Arrival by Air

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The official airports are DOMODEDOVO & SHEREMETYEVO-2, which are situated 75/40 km

from Moscow. Teams arriving at Vnukovo airport should inform LOC in advance.

3.1.1 Welcome Service

Upon arrival in Moscow, each team delegation should proceed to the Arrivals area. Once

the delegation has been processed through entry formalities and customs clearance, they

will be met by Local Organising Committee. Welcome Desks will be located in the Arrival

Halls of official airports.

The delegations will then be driven to the Teams’ hotels where at LOC Information desks the

Team Leaders will be asked to confirm the number and name of all team members and

provide all the passports and a rooming list (to shorten procedures and avoid delays, it is

strongly advisable to prepare a rooming list in advance and send it to the LOC prior to

arrival).

If luggage is lost during the flight, LOC will make every effort to help to locate it. The Team

Leader is nevertheless requested to make, in any case, the appropriate declaration at the

lost and found office. The same procedure must be followed in case of lost vaulting poles.

3.1.2 Transportation of Equipment

The delegations should carry their luggage to the transport (coaches) provided for the

competition. Regarding the vaulting poles, after athletes have collected them personally in

the baggage reclaim area, LOC will be responsible for their transportation to the stadium.

3.2 Arrival by Train

There will be no Welcome Desks at the main railway stations in Moscow. Teams arriving by

train will be met by LOC representatives and taken to the teams hotel, according to the

arrival times and railway stations mentioned in the final entry system by the Member

Federations.

3.3 Visa Requirements

Participants of the European Youth Olympic Trials requiring visa to enter Russia should obtain

it before leaving to Russia from the Russian Embassy or Consulate in their country.

To apply for a single entry visa for Russia, your passport must be valid for 6 (six) months after

your programmed date of return from Russia.

As a first step the enclosed chart should be submitted to the LOC Visa Department fully filled

in with information about all team members travelling to Moscow.

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Upon receiving the information LOC issues the official invitation (it can be individual or for

the whole group of people) and sends the originals to the National Federation by email

attachment. The applicants should take the invitation and all the documents required by a

certain Embassy/ Consulate.

Those who are still in the process of getting visas should send detailed list(s) with names to

LOC as soon as possible in order to ensure that visas are issued in time. Teams can send their

lists of participants with possible substitutes to avoid last minute applications.

Applicants/teams are requested not to use agencies to apply for the visa but to bring all the

documents to the consulate directly.

When applying for the visa to the Russian Consulate the applicant is to submit his personal

documents (passport, photos, forms, consular fee, etc.) and the above mentioned

invitation. The list of the necessary documents can be obtained at the Consulate or on the

internet site of the Embassy.

If there is no Russian Embassy or Consulate in the country of the participating team, LOC

should be contacted and we will suggest the list of the nearest Russian Consulates where

the visa can be issued unless the applicant has already chosen a certain Consular Office.

Should you require any assistance regarding visas do not hesitate to contact the LOC:

Teams liaison –Alex Porkhomovsky

alexp@rusathletics.com

Mob: +7 926 756 4709

Fax: +7 495 981 8329

LIST OF COUNTRIES WHOSE CITIZENS DO NOT NEED A VISA TO ENTER RUSSIA

EUROPE

ARM AZE BLR MDA UKR ISR SRB

LIST OF COUNTRIES WHOSE CITIZENS NEED A VISA TO ENTER RUSSIA AND HAVE A

RUSSIAN EMBASSY

EUROPE

ALB AUT BEL BIH BUL CRO CYP CZE DEN ESP

EST FIN FRA GBR GEO GER GRE HUN IRL ISL

ITA LAT LTU LUX MKD MLT MNE NED NOR POL

POR ROU SLO SVK SUI SWE TUR

LIST OF COUNTRIES WHOSE CITIZENS NEED A VISA TO ENTER RUSSIA AND DO NOT

HAVE A RUSSIAN EMBASSY

EUROPE

AND GIB LIE MON SMR

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4. TRANSPORT

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IAAF will pay travel subvention to and from the venue (by air travel to the official airport) for

all athletes and officials within the IAAF Quota (see appendix 5.). No subvention shall be

made in respect of athletes representing the host European Athletics Member Federation.

A lump-sum per quota athletes/official for each Member Federation has been fixed

according to the travel distance to Moscow (RUS). The amount will only be paid for athletes

and one official that actually travelled to Moscow.

Category Member Federation Amount

1 FIN, EST, LAT, LTU, BLR, UKR, MDA 250.- USD

2 NOR, SWE, DEN, GER, POL, CZE, SVK, SUI, AUT, HUN, ITA, SLO, CRO,

SRB, BIH, ROU, BUL, GRE, MLT, CYP, MKD, ALB, MNE, SMR, LIE, ISR, TUR,

GEO, AZE, ARM

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430,- USD

3 IRL, GBR, ISL, POR, FRA, MON, BEL, NED, LUX, GIB, AND, ESP 610.- USD

Please note that European Athletics intend to make the transfer of travel subvention to

Member Federations’ bank account only after the event.

4.1 Transport and Accommodation Desk

The LOC information, transportation and accommodation desk will be located in the lobby

of each teams’ hotel.

The Transport and Accommodation Desk will be open according to the arrival/departure

dates of the Delegations between 08:00-22:00 (or according to the shuttle transportation

schedule). The final information will be displayed on the Information board in each hotel.

4.2 Bus Shuttle Service

A regular bus shuttle service will be provided between the team hotels, training venues,

social functions, the technical meeting and the competition venue. Full details of the

schedule will be displayed at the Information desk in each hotel. Transfer times between the

hotels and the competition venue will be between 30-45 minutes depending on the hotel

location and traffic conditions.

The following is a guide to the approximate travel times to all the Venues from the Teams’

Hotels (“Salyut” and “Astrus”):

Venue Distance Drive

Moscow Sheremetyevo-2 Airport 45 km 1 hour

Domodedovo Airport 50 km 1 hour 20 minutes

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The following arrangements have been made for the team hotels:

19 May

Route: Teams’ hotels – stadium – Teams’ hotels

Frequency: approximately every 60 minutes

Times: from 11:30 to 19:30

20 May

Route: Teams’ hotels – stadium – Teams’ hotels

Frequency: approximately every 40 minutes

Times: from 9:30 to 13:30 and from 15:30 to 19:30

21-22 May

Route: Teams’ hotels – stadium – Teams’ hotels

Frequency: approximately every 30 minutes

Times: from 7:30 to 20:30

23 May

Route: Teams’ hotels – stadium – Teams’ hotels

Frequency: approximately every 30 minutes

Times: from 13:00 to 21:00

The pick up points at the stadium are indicated on the map in appendix 4.

4.3 Return to Airport / Train stations

Transport will be arranged according to the flight schedules and luggage requirements

submitted by the teams. Further information will be available from the hotel information

desks.

Teams will be asked to provide full travel details in the final entries. Teams will also receive a

departure form, which should be completed and returned to the LOC Information Desk in

the hotel, at least 24 hours before departure, especially if there are any changes to the

preliminary confirmed details.

4.4 Transportation of Vaulting poles

From the airports to the stadium: Vaulting poles will be delivered in the stadium from the

airports by LOC. The poles will be kept in a locked store and will be brought to the

competition/ training sites in due time by the organisers.

From the stadium to the airport: Teams are requested to take their own poles from the

stadium Sportgorodok (storage area – see the map – appendix 4) to their hotel on the last

competition day (Sunday, 23 May) and the team members should take care of further

transportation of poles to the buses leaving for the airport of team’s departure. LOC will be

responsible for providing the buses of adequate size. More detailed information will be

displayed in the Teams’ hotels.

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5. ACCOMMODATION & HOTEL INFORMATION

5.1 General Information

The LOC has reserved 2 good quality hotels for teams, providing full board accommodation

and easy accessibility to the competition venue.

5.2 Information Desk

An information desk (covering general enquiries, accommodation and transportation issues)

will be located in the lobby of each hotel.

5.3 Official Hotels

Team Hotels

Hotel Name Address, Telephone & Fax Facilities

SALUT 158, Leninsky prospect, Moscow, 119571

Fitness centre (free)

+7 (495) 234-9252

www.hotelsalut.ru

Free Wi-fi (everywhere)

ASTRUS 146 Leninsky prospect, Moscow, 119526

Fitness club

+7 (495) 641-1000

Free Wi-fi in the lobby and

www.astrus.ru

on floors 8-9

5.4 Costs, IAAF and European Athletics Quota

For all athletes and officials within the IAAF Quota (see appendix 5.), IAAF will pay for full

board accommodation, as stipulated in the European Athletics Competition Regulations

(1211.5), limited to the number of competition days plus one. No contribution shall be made

in respect of athletes representing the host European Athletics Member Federation.

Additional Team Officials are allocated per team as detailed in appendix 6.

The following rates apply for full board accommodation for team members:

Team Hotels Single room Twin room

Officials outside the IAAF quota but

inside European Athletics ratio and

Athletes outside IAAF quota

(20-24 May)

Additional Officials outside the ratio

(between 20-24 May)

Additional nights for athletes and

officials

(before 20 May or after 24 May)

Note: All prices include meals and VAT.

5200 RUB

Per room/night

5200 RUB

per room/night

6400 RUB

per room/night

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50 USD

7200 RUB

per room/night

7400 RUB

per room/night


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Please note that prices are done in RUR and USD. Recalculation will be done in

Euro on the day of sending the bill by the exchange rate of the Central Bank of

Russia.

Each team will be allocated a minimum number of single rooms equivalent to 10% of the

total number of athletes and officials within the quota. Any single rooms above the 10%

threshold will be charged at the rate of 5200 RUB.

The team leader must settle any extra charges (bar, laundry, telephone etc) at the hotel

reception desk, before departure. The team leader will be requested to provide a credit

card at the time of checking in at the reception desk to cover any extras.

All payments on site must be made in RUB.

5.5 Payment Procedures

An invoice will be sent to each Federation detailing the amount they owe based on their

final entries. Federations are kindly encouraged to make 100% advance payment.

Advance Payments should be made in Euros by bank transfer to the following account

during 3 (three) days after the invoice issue:

Beneficiary: FINDERLON HOLDING LTD.

Beneficiary address: 1, Place Longemalle, CH-1211 Geneve 3

IBAN: CH93 0874 1012 3443 0000 1

Beneficiary bank: Credit Agricole Indosuez (SUISSE) SA

4, Quai General Guisan

CH-1211 Geneva 3, Switzerland

Swift code: AGRICHGG

Corr. Bank: CREDIT AGRICOLE, Paris

Corr. Account: 200 89872 000

Swift code: AGRIFRPP

Please note: A copy of the bank transfer will be required on arrival.

5.6 Meals

All meals will be served in the hotels. It is essential to show the accreditation card to enter

the dining room. Vouchers for lunch and dinner will also be given to the teams and will be

collected by the hotel staff at the dining room entrance.

All meals will be served according to the timetable indicated below:

Breakfast 06:00 - 10:00

Lunch 12:00 - 15:00

Dinner 17:00 - 22:00

For lunch and dinner, mineral water and one soft drink per person are available free of

charge. All other drinks have to be paid for.

A late serving provision will be made for those athletes detained at the stadium due to

doping controls or protests.

5.7 Meeting Rooms for Teams

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Arrangements can be made for team meeting rooms through the information desk in the

teams’ hotel. Requests shall be made at reasonable time in advance.

5.8 Medical Services in the Hotels

The medical centre is located on the ground floor of each Team Hotel and will be open 24

hours a day. There will be a doctor or a nurse on duty. The medical station staff in the hotel

can provide the first aid kit. In case of the necessity of emergency rescue please contact

the LOC information desk and the doctor on duty Mr Alexander Rezepov +7 909 959 0159 or

+7 495 9171945.

5.9 Telephone Calls

The telephone will be automatically activated to make room-to-room calls. Any athlete or

official requiring the use of the room phone for outgoing calls must make arrangements with

the information desk at the hotel. The telephone will be made available upon the

presentation of a credit card to cover all charges.

All delegations will receive a telephone contact list of important telephone numbers for the

European Youth Olympic Trials Moscow-2010.

6. ACCREDITATION

6.1 General

Each team member will receive an accreditation card, which must be worn at all times and

should be clearly visible. Security personnel will control all areas. The accreditation is not

transferable and does not allow the holder to take another person beyond checkpoints.

Photos are not required for the accreditation card system.

6.2 Accreditation Procedure

Accreditation cards will be prepared in advance of the event, based on the information

provided by the Member Federation in the final entry submitted trough the Teams On-Line

Entry System. No changes will be accepted after the final entry deadline.

Accreditation cards will be distributed in the teams’ hotels at the LOC information desks

during the check-in procedure. The Team Leader will be responsible for collection and

distribution of the teams’ accreditation cards.

6.3 Loss of an Accreditation Card

Any lost or damaged accreditation cards should be reported to the European Athletics

office. Duplicate cards can be obtained where proof of identity can be established.

Unauthorised use of an Accreditation card will result in the card being confiscated.

6.4 Access Areas for Teams

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All team accreditation cards will allow access to the team seating area, warm up areas,

changing facilities and physiotherapy rooms. Only athletes who are about to compete will

have access to the call room and to the infield.

Separate cards will be issued to Team Leaders, for access to the Mixed Zone and TIC.

Tickets/separate cards will also be distributed to the coaches (1 per competing athlete) for

the coaching areas.

7. TECHNICAL INFORMATION

7.1 Technical Information Centre (TIC)

The main function of the centre is to ensure smooth communication between each Team

Delegation, the LOC and European Athletics Technical Delegates and the Competition

Administration, regarding technical matters.

The TIC is located on the main competition arena – Sportgorodok - in the tent on the mini

football pitch next to the Call Room close to the entrance to the infield (see Appendix 4).

The TIC will be open at the following times:

20 May 09:00 – 20:00

21 May 08:00 – 21:00

22 May 08:00 – 20:30

23 May 14:00 – 21:00

The TIC will be linked to all information desks set up for this event and shall be responsible for

the following:

• Receipt of written questions to be answered during the Technical Meeting

• Competition information (start lists, results, qualification to the YOG, etc)

• Liaison points concerning technical matters between Team Delegate(s), Technical

Delegate(s), European Athletics and LOC

• Urgent notices – collection and delivery of any urgent written notices to the Team

Delegations from Technical Delegates, European Athletics and LOC

• Settlement of technical enquiries from the teams

• Registration and collection of personal implements. (e.g. shot put, etc.)

• Recovery of confiscated items at the call room

• Request of documentation for national records (additional doping control and

Omega photo finish prints)

• Withdrawal of athletes

• Receipt of protests from the teams

All technical information regarding the competition will be distributed to each delegation in

a special pigeon box given to each team. This information will also be displayed on

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information boards. Information put in the pigeon boxes will include daily programme, start

lists, results as well as official information from European Athletics and LOC.

Access to the information in the pigeon boxes will be controlled by a separate entry card,

not by the accreditation card. TIC cards will be given to each team leader.

Teams that were not able to attend the Technical Meeting, under extreme circumstances,

can collect their competition numbers from the LOC information desks after the technical

meeting.

As the competition in Hammer and Discus will take place in the South Sports Complex, a

sub-TIC will be organised there inside the building at the reception area.

7.2 Technical Meeting

The Technical meeting will take place on Thursday 20 May at 20.00. The meeting will be held

in the Team hotel “Salut” in the Blue Conference hall.

Each team may be represented by a maximum of two people and, if necessary, an

interpreter. It is very important that all teams are represented at the Technical Meeting. All

questions related to the Technical Meeting must be presented in writing, preferably in

English, to the TIC or any LOC information desk before 16:00 (Moscow time) on May 20. The

Technical Meeting will be conducted in English.

A shuttle service from Hotel Astrus will be provided for this meeting. For exact transportation

schedule please refer to the information board in the teams’ hotels.

The Technical Meeting will be attended by:

European Athletics President (or a representative)

European Athletics Delegates

• Jury of Appeal

• International/Area Technical Officials (ITO/ATO)

• International/Area Race Walking Judges

• Representatives of the Local Organising Committee

• Relevant National Competition Officials

• TIC Representatives

• Competition Data processing representative

European Athletics Staff

7.2.1 Technical Meeting Agenda

The preliminary agenda of the Technical Meeting includes:

• Welcome from the LOC President or his representative

• Welcome from the European Athletics President or his representative

• Presentation of the International Officials

• Presentation of the Senior Competition Officials

• Presentation of the competition and warm up sites

• Information from the Technical Delegates on the following points:

o Qualification system for running and field events

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o Raising of the bars (Qualifying Rounds and Final)

o Qualification system to the YOG

o Answers to written questions submitted by the delegations

o Other relevant issues

• Doping Control & Medical

• Victory Ceremonies, Opening and Closing Ceremonies

• YOG Culture and Education presentation

7.3 Equipment

The implements provided by the LOC (see implement list in appendix 3) are selected from

those appearing on the current IAAF approved implements list as at 7 May 2010.

Federations requiring IAAF approved implements not listed by the LOC may present such

equipment latest by 17:00 on 20 May to the TIC at the main competition venue -

Sportgorodok - for inclusion in the competition pool, subject to checking. Implements will be

returned only after the completion of all the rounds of the event.

Basic implements will be provided for warm up and training.

7.4 Inspection of Competition Venue

Heads of Delegation may visit the stadium Sportgorodok, inspecting access routes and other

facilities which will be important to the teams on May 20 at 16:00. Heads of Delegation are

to meet by LOC members at the Parking lot of the stadium Sportgorodok from where they

will be escort on this visit.

7.5 Competition Area

The competition will take place on 21-23 May 2010.

The competition venue is Olympic Complex “Luzhniki”:

- the main competition area (except for Hammer and Discus) - stadium “Sportgorodok”;

- warm up and training (except throwing events) – stadium North Sports Complex;

- warm up and training for all throwing events – stadium South Sports Complex

- competition venue for Hammer and Discus – stadium South Sports Complex

There will be shuttle buses going between the venues.

Competition and training venues of the Olympic Complex “Luzhniki” and the surroundings

are shown in appendix 4 of this document. There are about 5000 seats in the stadium.

Main competition venue “Sportgorodok”

- 8 lanes in the straight

- 8 lanes on the oval

- 1 Long/Triple jump site

- 1 Pole Vault site

- 2 High Jump sites

- 1 Shot Put site

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- 1 Javelin throwing site

- Water jump for SC is inside lane 1

Warm up stadium “North Sports Complex”

- 10 lanes in the straight

- 8 lanes on the oval

- Long/ Triple jump site

- High jump site

- Pole Vault site

- Weight training facilities

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Competition, warm up and training for throwing events “South Sports Complex”

- 8 lanes in the straight

- 6 lanes on the oval

- Hammer/Discus throwing site (warm up and competition)

- Javelin throwing site

- Shot Put site

- Weight training facilities

Athletes’ seats are located in the stadium Sportgorodok along the back straight.

7.6 Dressing Rooms

Dressing rooms with showers are located in the buildings at all the three arenas.

7.7. Physiotherapy

A space for physiotherapy will be reserved in the Warm-up Area while physiotherapy tables

and ice machines will be available in the South Sports Complex as well.

7.8 Training

Athletes will have the possibility to train in the respective stadiums according to the following

schedule:

Trainings at the competition venues

19 May, 2010

South Complex (training for all events) 12:00-19:00

20 May, 2010

All three arenas (Sportgorodok, North and South) 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

Training with official starters (Sportgorodok) 16:00-18:00

21 May, 2010

South Complex (throwing) Warm up 08:00-12:00

Training 16:00-19:00

North Complex Warm up 08:00-11:30 & 12:45-19:00

Training 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

22 May, 2010

South Complex (throwing) Warm up 08:00-13:00 & 14:00-19:00

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North Complex Warm up 07:30-13:00 & 13:30-19:00

Training 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

23 May, 2010

South complex (throwing) Warm up 14:00-19:00

North Complex Warm up 13:30-19:00

The detailed training and warm up schedule (event by event) for South Complex (throwing

area) will be displayed in the hotels.

Equipment and implements necessary for training will be available at the training venues.

Officials will be present to help in the case of problems or special requirements.

Accreditation must be handed over to LOC when borrowing equipment, and will be

returned to the athlete/coach when the equipment is handed back.

The weight lifting training rooms are situated at the Warm up stadium (North Complex) and

the throwing stadium (South Complex).

Details about transportation for training sessions are included in the transport section of this

manual. The transport schedule will be displayed at the information desks in each hotel.

7.8.1 Training at the competition venue

Official trainings for all athletes at the main competition venue – Sportgorodok – will take

place on 20 May from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00. The competition Warm Up

area and the throwing stadium will also be available during this time.

7.8.2 Training with Official Starters

This will take place at the stadium Sportgorodok on 20 May from 16:00 till 18:00.

8. COMPETITION REGULATIONS

8.1 Participation

There will be 17 men’s events and 17 events for women.

In accordance with European Athletics rule 1203.2, all participants must comply with

eligibility qualifications for Area Games or Championships as set out in the IAAF Rules

furthermore only athletes aged from 16 or 17 years on 31 December of the year of the

competition can participate. They must not reach 18 (eighteen) years of age during the

year of the Championships. Please note that competitors must be able to present, if

requested to do so an official document stating their birth date.

Each European Athletics Member Federation may enter up to 3 (three) athletes in each

individual event of whom up to 2 (two) may participate at the European Youth Olympic

Trials.

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8.1.1 Qualification for the Youth Olympic Games

The European Athletics has previously informed all Member Federations about the number of

qualification places for the Youth Olympic Games allocated for each continent (see

appendix 7)

In accordance with European Athletics rule 1203.4.1 only one athlete per (individual) event

per Member Federation will be eligible to qualify for the YOG. In case two athletes of one

Member Federation finish in qualification places, only the higher ranked athlete will be

allowed to take part in the YOG. If necessary qualification rounds will be taken into

consideration.

If qualified athletes must be considered beyond finals they should be selected by best

performance in the qualification rounds.

In case of ties the best PB should be considered. If tie remains a draw must decide. For

sprints the 1/1000th of a second should be considered.

The qualification quota for the YOG is dedicated to the athlete and not to the Member

Federation, therefore the quota won by an athlete can not be transferred to another

athlete within the Member Federation.

The continental relay teams competing at the YOG will be compiled from the winners of the

100 m, 200 m and 400 m plus the runner up of the 400 m.

8.2 Competition Entry Procedures

8.2.1 Final Entries

Final entries shall be made through the European Athletics Teams Online Entry System. The

online entry system will be accessible on the European Athletics website: www.europeanathletics.org

in the section “Member Federations Zone/Competition”.

Final entries indicating the name of the competitors and their performances as well as the

names of the officials must be submitted to the LOC not later than 10 (ten) days before the

first day of the competition.

According to the regulations the deadlines for final entries are:

Final Entries: Closing on 11 May (24:00 CET)

8.2.2 Final Confirmation

Team Leaders or their representatives must confirm the names of those competitors already

entered who will actually take part in the competition. Confirmation of athletes will not be

accepted after the deadline (see table below).

For events held on the first day of the competition, Team Leaders or their representatives

must take the final confirmation of entries of their athletes by 12:00 on 20 May. For events

held on and after the 2nd day of competition, confirmation of entries must be made by

12:00 on the day before the event.

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Forms for the final declaration and confirmation will be distributed to each delegation

during accreditation. The forms must be completed and submitted to the TIC at the Stadium

(all days) or LOC information desks in the teams’ hotels (only on 20 May) in accordance with

the deadline set out in the table below:

Competition day Deadline for Final Confirmation

21 May 20 May 12:00

22 May 21 May 12:00

23 May 22 May 12:00

Teams arriving to the competition venue later than 12:00 on 20 May must send their final

confirmation for the first day of the competition by email or fax to the LOC

(elena.athletics@mail.ru and elena.athletics@gmail.com) and European Athletics

(competition@european-athletics.org)

8.2.3 Withdrawal

Withdrawal of any confirmation must be indicated to the TIC at the Stadium in writing on the

official withdrawal form.

8.3 Competition Bibs

The LOC will provide the teams with competition bibs after the Technical Meeting.

For individual events, each competitor will receive 3 bibs. These must be pinned to the front

and back of the competition clothing and to the bag. Exceptions are made for High

Jumpers and Pole Vaulters: these competitors are permitted to attach the bib only to the

front or to the back of their competition clothing (plus their tracksuit and bag). Bibs must not

be cut, folded or covered in any way.

8.4 Competition Clothing

Competitors must wear the Federation’s official team clothing.

The European Athletics has a record of the Team vests of all Member Federations on the

European Athletics website. If the uniform displayed on the website differs from your current

official uniform, a full set of photographs must be provided to the European Athletics

(preferably in an electronic version) by 11 May 2010 at the latest:

• JPEG file, maximum resolution and size 300 dpi / 500KB

• Compressed ZIP file, if possible

• Mailto: competition@european-athletics.org

• Otherwise, the existing records will be used as reference.

Team clothing must be uniform. A competitor wearing any other clothing will have no

access to the competition area and will not be allowed to compete.

This rule applies both to competition clothing (vest, shorts and tights) as well as to tracksuits.

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The rule stipulating the compulsory wearing of the official competition clothing will be

applied during the competition but also during any victory lap, interviews at the Stadium

and Victory Ceremonies.

Dimensions of Spikes. Spike which projects from the sole or the heel shall not exceed 9 mm

except in the high jump and javelin throw events where it shall not exceed 12mm. These

spikes must be constructed that it will, at least for the upper half of its length, fit through a

square sided 4 mm gauge.

The Sole and the Heel. The sole and/or heel may have grooves, ridges, indentations or

protuberances, provided these features are constructed of the same or similar material to

the basic sole itself. In the high jump and long jump, the sole shall have a maximum thickness

of 13 mm and the heel in high jump shall have a maximum thickness of 19 mm. In all other

events the sole and/or heel may be of any thickness.

Clothing will be checked in the call-room before athletes enter the infield.

As far as advertising is concerned, the Organisers refer to IAAF Rule 8 & 143 and the IAAF

Advertising Rules and Regulations (version January 2010), in which detailed instructions

regarding competition clothing and other equipment are given. Compliance with rules will

be checked in the call-room and at the competition sites during the competitions. Athletes

may not enter the competition site wearing clothes that do not comply with rules.

9. COMPETITION PROCEDURE

9.1 Timetable

Please refer to Appendix 1 for the competition timetable.

9.2 Warming Up Before Events

Warming up will take place in two arenas:

For running and jumping events – North Sports Complex

For throwing events – South Sports Complex

Detailed maps of the warm up areas can be found in Appendix 4.

9.3 Assembly and Call Room Procedures

The first call for the participants will be made in the respective Warm up area to provide coordinated

transportation to the main competition venue. The last check point (and the main

Call Room) will be situated at the entrance to the main competition venue. Those missing

the first call room in the warm up area, are allowed to go straight to the main call room at

the entrance to the main competition venue (see Appendix 4).

All athletes must report to the main call room (the last checkpoint). It is the responsibility of

the team managers to ensure that their athletes are aware of the last check-in times for

entry to the call room. Athletes arriving late may be excluded from participation in the

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Athletes should report to the First Call Room in the Warm up area before each event as

follows: (in minutes prior to the events)

• Running events (except hurdles) Heats and Finals 35 min

• Hurdles Heats and Finals 40 min

• Long and Triple Jump Qualification 55 min

Final 55 min

• Shot Put Qualification 50 min

Final 50 min

• High Jump Qualification 60 min

Final 60 min

• Pole Vault Qualification 85 min

Final 80 min

• Discus Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

• Hammer Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

• Javelin Qualification 60 min

Final 60 min

9.3.1 Last Checkpoint

Athletes will be taken by bus from the first call room in the warm up area to the Main Call

Room (last checkpoint). From there, the athletes will be taken to the competition site

following this time schedule (in minutes prior to the events):

• Running events (except hurdles) Heats and Finals 5-10 min

• Hurdles Heats and Finals 10-15min

• Long and Triple Jump Qualification 30 min

Final 30 min

• Shot Put Qualification 25 min

Final 25 min

• High Jump Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

• Pole Vault Qualification 60 min

Final 55 min

• Discus Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

• Hammer Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

• Javelin Qualification 35 min

Final 35 min

9.4 Event Presentation format

The athletes will be presented as follows:

Track events: at the starting point of the event in the designated lane or starting position.

Field events: athletes will be presented on the competition site in the starting order.

9.5 Competition Preparations

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9.5.1 Field Events

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Each athlete is allowed a minimum of two practice trials under the supervision of the

officials, more if time allows. The athletes will be called to the practice trials in the

competition order. Only official markers provided by the LOC will be allowed for marking

the runways.

9.5.1.1 Trials in Field Events

In qualification for the final in Long Jump, Triple Jump and all throwing events all athletes will

be allowed a maximum of three trials, but any athlete qualifying after their first or second

trial is not allowed to take any further trials. In those finals all athletes are allowed six

attempts.

9.5.1.2 Measurements

All field events will be measured by the certified steel tape.

9.5.2 Track Events

Tracksuits shall be placed in baskets at the start, and these will be taken to the mixed zone

for collection after the race.

9.5.2.1 Starter’s Commands

The starter’s commands will be given in English.

The starter’s command for the distances up to and including 400m are:

- On your marks!

- Set!

For distances of 800m and over, the commands will be:

- On your marks!

TimeTronics starting blocks will be used at the European Youth Olympic Trials. These blocks

have a false start detection system and are linked to the false start console.

9.5.2.2. Timing

The official timing will be provided by TimeTronics system and will be displayed on the official

electronic timing instrument and photo finish cameras provided by TimeTronics.

9.6 Leaving the stadium during the competition

An athlete may only leave the competition area when accompanied by a judge. The

intention has to be communicated to the Referee.

9.7 Leaving the stadium after the competition

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After the competition, athletes leave immediately through the exit to the Mixed Zone. The

exit route passes the interview cameras of the TV, then through the radio interview room into

the mixed zone. The clothing baskets will be brought to the mixed zone.

9.8 Drinking Stations

Water and soft drinks are provided in the infield, mixed zone and in the warm-up area.

9.9 Protests

Protests are permitted and will be processed in accordance with IAAF Rule 146.

In the first instance, protests must be made orally to the Referee by the athlete

himself/herself or by a responsible official acting on his/her behalf (Rule 146.3). Protests

concerning the result or conduct of an event shall be made within 30 minutes of the official

announcement of the result of that event (posted on the TIC information board and in the

sub-TIC posting board at the South Sports Complex a).

Any written appeal to the Jury of Appeal must be signed by a responsible official on behalf

of the athlete and submitted to TIC within 30 minutes after the official announcement of the

decision made by the Referee.

When submitting an appeal form, a deposit of 75 Euro must be paid. If the protest is

unsuccessful, the deposit will not be returned.

The Jury’s decision will be provided in writing.

9.10 Interviews

Immediately after the competition all athletes will be guided through the mixed zone to

meet the media: first the TV cameras, then the radio and finally the written press. It is for the

athlete to decide whether he/she will give an interview however it is advised that the

athletes should cooperate with the media for their own benefit and for that of the sport.

9.11 Victory Ceremonies

Teams will receive detailed information on the victory ceremonies at the Technical Meeting.

All the victory ceremonies will take place at the main competition venue – stadium

Sportgorodok.

Athletes must wear the official team clothing for the ceremonies and the presentation bibs

provided by the LOC.

9.12 Doping Control

9.12.1 General Information

Doping control shall be conducted in accordance with IAAF Rules and Procedures under

the supervision of the European Athletics Doping Control Delegate. Both urine and blood

samples may be collected immediately before, and during, the Championships.

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Athletes selected for doping control shall be informed by anti doping officers. Athletes will

be required to sign a confirmation of notification. Athletes who are to be tested may invite a

team official to accompany them to the Doping Control Centre (DCC).

A selected athlete should report immediately to the DCC unless there are valid reasons for

delay. All selected athletes will be accompanied by a trained chaperone or Doping Control

Officer from the time of notification until arrival at the DCC. Athletes are reminded that

refusal to provide a sample can render them liable to disqualification and may lead to

further disciplinary action.

Athletes who are required to use prescribed medication for the treatment of a medical

condition should ensure that they have registered their medication, where necessary,

through the Therapeutic Use Exemption system prior to attending the Championships.

9.12.2 Selection of Athletes

The selection of athletes for control will be made on a final position and/or random basis

under the supervision of the European Athletics Doping Control Delegate. In addition, the

selection of further athletes may be ordered at the discretion of the European Athletics

Doping Control Delegate.

All athletes setting World records must report to the DCC to provide a sample. Failure to

provide a sample will result in the record not being ratified.

9.12.3 Additional Controls

Additional athletes, such as those achieving National Records who have not been selected

for doping control, may present themselves for testing. These athletes must report to the TIC

where they will have to complete the “Doping Control Request Form”. They will then be

escorted to the DCC.

The cost of this control will be paid by the European Athletics and will be deducted from the

member federation’s European Athletics subvention after the Trials.

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10. Medical Services

10.1 General

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The medical service is in charge of any medical assistance to the team leaders, the

competition organisation, the personnel, the honorary guests as well as, during the

competition, to the spectators in the stadium.

The participating teams are responsible for taking out their own insurance to cover illness or

injury to any member of their team when travelling to and from European Athletics

competitions and during the event itself (European Athletics Regulation 510.9).

In case of an emergency please contact the nearest medical aid station, in other cases the

given instructions should be followed. Below is information on the medical care sites and

relevant instructions. Dr Alexander Rezepov is in charge of the medical service and can be

reached on +7 909 959 0159 (mob) or +7 495 9171945 (of).

10.2 Medical Services in the Hotels

The medical centre is located on the ground floor of each Team Hotel and will be open 24

hours a day. There will be a doctor or a nurse on duty.

10.3 Medical Care at the stadium

The stadium medical service is responsible for any problems concerning the athletes’ health.

The team doctor has access to the medical service facilities when an athlete of his/her own

team is hurt or is in need of other medical attention. The stadium medical service is also

responsible for first aid in the warming up area.

There are 2 fully equipped ambulance cars at each venue and 2 first aid teams on the

infield, supervised by a doctor and marked with red crosses.

11. Security

Instructions given by the LOC, the security personnel and the police must be followed in all

areas, as well as during transport from one location to another.

The accreditation card must be worn at all times. If an accreditation is lost, this should be

reported immediately to any LOC information desk.

The emergency phone number is +7 495 937 9911 (Moscow rescue service - police,

ambulance and fire department). If necessary, the police can be contacted via the TIC at

the Stadium. The TIC can also be contacted for lost and found objects.

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12. Opening & Closing Ceremonies

12.1 Opening Ceremony

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The Opening Ceremony will take place on Friday 21 May commencing at 15:30.

It will be a short ceremony lasting for 30 minutes.

Athletes are not required to take part.

12.2 Closing Ceremony

The Closing Ceremony will take place on Sunday 23 May, immediately after the last event

together with the last victory ceremony. Team members are not required to take part.

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13. Departure

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Teams will be asked to provide full travel details in the final entry system. Teams will also

receive a departure form, which should be completed and returned to the LOC Information

Desk in the hotel, at least 24 hours before departure, especially if there are any changes to

the preliminary confirmed details.

Departure times of the shuttle buses from the hotel will be provided and displayed at the

hotel Information Desk.

All outstanding fees, charges and possible other expenses must be settled with the cashier.

Transportation of vaulting poles to the airports: Teams are requested to take their own poles

from the stadium to their hotel on the last competition day (Sunday, 23 May) and the team

members should take care of further transportation of poles to the buses leaving for the

airport of team’s departure.

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14. Contact Details

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For further details about the European Youth Olympic Games, Moscow – 2010, please

contact:

14.1 European Athletics Office

European Athletics

Avenue Louis-Ruchonnet 18

1003 Lausanne, Switzerland

Tel: +41 21 313 43 50

Fax: +41 21 313 43 51

E-mail: office@european-athletics.org

Web: www.european-athletics.org

14.2 Office of the Organising Committee

Local Organising Committee contact persons:

General Co-ordination Mikhail Butov mbutov@rusathletics.com

Elena Orlova Elena.athletics@mail.ru

Elena.athletics@gmail.com

Tel: +7 985 970 5825

Teams Liaison Alex Porkhomovsky AlexP@rusathletics.com

Tel: +7 926 756 4709

Fax +7 495 981 8329

(all the issues concerning teams visas, accommodation, travel)

Note: All the mails should be copied to Mikhail Butov and Elena Orlova.

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15. European Athletics Anti-Doping Educational Programme

European Athletics is determined to increase its fight against doping. We want to ensure a

clean sport and fairness amongst all competitors. One way is to search for cheating athletes

through doping controls. We are continuously improving our testing programme at our

events, however, controls and tests are only a tool to identify those athletes that already

broke the rules and have cheated everybody by doping.

We want to support the true and clean athletes when they start to engage in our sport. We

need to show them that we are ready to help them and to give them guidance to

challenge doping. European Athletics aims to promote education for awareness,

knowledge and prevention. Only if the athletes know the rules and know the danger of

doping they can act in the right way.

As a long term goal we desire to contribute with our programme to promote the ideal of

fairness and respect among athletes. We need to fight doping as it is destroying the

fundamental principle of our sport: fair play.

In order to target the youngest group of athletes, the programme which is supported by the

UNESCO, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the IAAF will be implemented for the

third time at the European Youth Olympic Trials in Moscow/RUS (21-23 May 2010).

Please encourage your athletes to take part in this important programme. Only together we

can make our sport drug free.

15. 1. Procedure of the Programme at the Championships:

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All competing athletes will have a chance to take part in an electronic quiz and also to

learn with and interactive education tool to increase their knowledge about doping. The

quiz is a multiple choice test which will give a detailed explanation in case of wrong

answers, while the interactive tool gives the possibility to learn more about anti-doping

procedures and side effects of drugs.

The programme will run on all 3 competition days in order to give all athletes the possibility to

take part.

Participant of the Anti-Doping Education Programme will be invited for a lottery, where

athletes can win event passes valid for the whole period of the European Outdoor

Championships in Barcelona/ESP on 26 July – 1 August 2010 (every winner gets two passes).

The winners of the lottery will be announced during the closing ceremony.

Further information will be given to the athletes upon arrival and displayed at the event

venue.


Appendices

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Appendix 1 – Timetable

Appendix 2 – Training timetable

Appendix 3 - Implement List

Appendix 4 - Maps of the Competition Venues

Appendix 5 – IAAF free place quota

Appendix 6 – European Athletics Ratio of Athletes and Officials

Appendix 7 – Youth Olympic Games qualification places

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Appendix 1: Timetable

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Day 1, 21 May 2010, Friday

Morning session

10.00 Javelin Boys Q, group A

10.00 Pole Vault Girls Q

10.15 Race Walking 10000m Boys Final

11.00 Discus Boys Q, group A South sports complex

11.30 Javelin Boys Q, group B

11.30 100m Girls R 1

12.10 100m Boys R 1

12.30 Discus Boys Q, group B South sports complex

Afternoon session

14.30 Long Jump Boys Q, group A

15.30 Opening Ceremony

16.00 Long Jump Boys Q, group B

16.00 400m H Girls R 1

16.30 400m H Boys R 1

17.00 High Jump Boys Q, groups A&B

17.00 1000m Girls R 1

17.30 1000m Boys R 1

17.30 Long Jump Girls Q, group A

18.15 2000m SC Girls Final

18.35 400m Girls R 1

19.00 400m Boys R 1

19.00 Long Jump Girls Q, group B

19.30 100m Girls Final

19.40 100m Boys Final

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Day 2, 22 May 2010, Saturday

Morning session

10.00 Shot Put Boys Q, group A

10.00 Pole Vault Boys Q

10.00 Javelin Girls Q, group A

10.15 Hammer Boys Q, group A South sports complex

10.30 Triple Jump Girls Q, group A

10.30 High Jump Girls Q, groups A&B

11.30 Hammer Boys Q, group B South sports complex

11.30 Javelin Girls Q, group B

12.00 Shot Put Boys Q, group B

12.00 Triple Jump Girls Q, group B

12.45 Hammer Girls Q, group A South sports complex

14.00 Hammer Girls Q, group B South sports complex

Afternoon session

16.00 Shot Put Girls Q, group A

16.00 Javelin Boys Final

16.10 Pole Vault Girls Final

16.10 Discus Girls Final South sports complex

16.15 100m H Girls R 1

16.20 Long Jump Boys Final

16.45 110m H Boys R 1

17.15 High Jump Boys Final

17.15 3000m Girls Final

17.30 Shot Put Girls Q, group B

17.40 3000m Boys Final

18.00 Race Walking 5000m Girls Final

18.00 Long Jump Girls Final

18.00 Discus Boys Final South sports complex

18.45 200m Girls R 1

19.20 200m Boys R 1

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Day 3, 23 May 2010, Sunday

Afternoon session

16.00 Javelin Girls Final

16.00 Pole Vault Boys Final

16.00 Hammer Girls Final South sports complex

16.00 100m H Girls Final

16.10 Triple Jump Girls Final

16.10 Shot Put Boys Final

16.15 110m H Boys Final

16.30 400m Girls Final

16.35 High Jump Girls Final

16.45 400m Boys Final

17.00 1000m Girls Final

17.30 1000m Boys Final

17.45 Hammer Boys Final South sports complex

18.00 Triple Jump Boys Final

18.00 400m H Girls Final

18.05 Shot Put Girls Final

18.20 400m H Boys Final

18.45 2000m SC Boys Final

19.10 200m Girls Final

19.30 200m Boys Final

20.00 Closing ceremony

Notes:

1. the competition takes place at the stadium “Sportgorodok”.

2. for Discus and Hammer and for the warm up in all throws the South Sports

complex will be used; there will be shuttle buses running to the main stadium.

3. for the warm up in running and jumping events North Sports complex will be

used; there will be shuttle buses running to the main stadium to the Call

Room.

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Appendix 2: Training sessions timetable

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19 May, 2010

South Complex (training for all events) 12:00-19:00

20 May, 2010

All three arenas (Sportgorodok, North and South) 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

Training with official starters (Sportgorodok) 16:00-18:00

21 May, 2010

South Complex (throwing) Warm up 08:00-12:00

Training 16:00-19:00

North Complex Warm up 08:00-11:30 & 12:45-19:00

Training 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

22 May, 2010

South Complex (throwing) Warm up 08:00-13:00 & 14:00-19:00

North Complex Warm up 07:30-13:00 & 13:30-19:00

Training 10:00-13:00 & 16:00-19:00

23 May, 2010

South complex (throwing) Warm up 14:00-19:00

North Complex Warm up 13:30-19:00

The detailed training and warm up schedule (event by event) for South Complex

(throwing area) will be displayed in the hotels.

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Appendix 3: Implements list

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"The Implements list will be sent to all participating teams as a separate mail attachment

and will be displayed on the website of the event (www.eyot.rusathletics.com ) as soon as

possible. The list also will be included to the printed versions of the Team Manual".

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Appendix 4: Maps of the Competition Venues

Main competition venue – stadium Sportgorodok

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Warm up and training area for running and jumping events :

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Throwing events stadium – warm up and training for all throwing events/

Competition for Discus and Hammer

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Shuttle bus routes and bus stops at the stadium

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Appendix 5 – IAAF Free Quota of Athletes and Team officials

Country Athletes Officials Country Athletes Officials

ALB 1 1 ISR 13 1

AND 2 1 ITA 30 1

ARM 4 1 LAT 24 1

AUT 12 1 LIE 1 1

AZE 6 1 LTU 23 1

BEL 8 1 LUX 6 1

BIH 4 1 MDA 7 1

BLR 16 1 MKD 2 1

BUL 8 1 MLT 4 1

CRO 30 1 MNE 2 1

CYP 18 1 MON 1 1

CZE 30 1 NED 1 1

DEN 8 1 NOR 10 1

ESP 30 1 POL 30 1

EST 27 1 POR 11 1

FIN 23 1 ROM 30 1

FRA 21 1 RUS 0 Host

GBR 30 1 SLO 30 1

GEO 1 1 SMR 2 1

GER 30 1 SRB 15 1

GIB 2 1 SUI 4 1

GRE 30 1 SVK 23 1

HUN 30 1 SWE 28 1

IRL 8 1 TUR 22 1

ISL 11 1 UKR 30 1

Total: 739 athletes and 49 officials

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Appendix 6 – European Athletics Ratio of Athletes & Officials

Number of Athletes

From - to

Number of Team Officials

Up to (1) :

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Maximum number of

additional officials

(out-of-ratio) (2) :

1 - 3 1 1

4 - 6 2 1

7 - 10 3 2

11 - 15 5 3

16 - 20 7 3

21 - 25 9 4

26 - 30 11 4

31 - 35 13 5

36 - 40 15 5

41 - 45 17 6

46 - 50 18 7

51 - 55 19 9

56 - 60 20 10

61 - 70 21 14

71 - 80 22 18

Plus 10 + 1 +4

Team Officials include: Head of Delegation, Team Leaders(s), Coaches, Medical

Staff (medical doctors and physiotherapists), Team Press Liaison, Personal Coached

and others;

Each participating team shall be allocated a minimum number of single rooms

equal to 10 per cent of the total number of team members entered in the final

entries (e.g. 10% of 40 team members equals 4 single rooms to be allocated).

(1) The number of above mentioned team officials is eligible for fixed price

accommodation and other benefits. European Athletics will not cover these

officials’ accommodation costs;

(2) For Personal coaches beyond the maximum number of out-of-ratio officials

packages can be offered without accommodation including accreditation with

access to the warm-up, training facilities and team seats.


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Appendix 7 - Youth Olympic Games qualification places

1 st Youth Olympic Games

Singapore, 14-26 August 2010

Number of qualified athletes by continent and event, as approved by IAAF Council

in Berlin in August 2009

BOYS AFR European

Athletics

OAA AMERICAS ASIA

100 1 4 1 7 3

200 2 4 1 6 3

400 3 4 2 5 2

1000 7 3 2 2 2

3000 9 1 1 2 3

110H 2 6 2 4 2

400H 4 3 1 5 3

2000 SC 8 3 1 2 2

HJ 2 6 2 3 3

PV 2 8 1 2 3

LJ 2 6 1 4 3

TJ 2 7 1 3 3

SP 2 8 2 2 2

DT 2 7 2 2 3

HT 2 9 1 2 2

JT 2 7 2 3 2

Walk 1 6 2 4 3

Sub total 53 92 25 58 44

GIRLS AFR European

Athletics

OAA AMERICAS ASIA

100 1 4 1 8 2

200 2 4 2 7 1

400 2 5 1 6 2

1000 4 5 2 3 2

3000 6 4 1 2 3

100H 2 5 2 5 2

400H 2 6 1 5 2

2000 SC 5 6 2 2 1

HJ 1 9 2 2 2

PV 1 9 2 2 2

LJ 1 7 2 4 2

TJ 1 8 2 2 3

SP 1 6 2 4 3

DT 2 6 3 3 2

HT 2 10 1 2 1

JT 2 7 1 3 3

Walk 1 8 1 3 3

Sub total 36 109 28 63 36

Total (544) 89 201 53 121 80

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