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1 TEAM MANUAL ESKILSTUNA JULY 2015

2 CONTENT 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Welcome to Eskilstuna Website & Social Networks Good to know, Facts, Business Hours Shops, Government Offices, Banks 6 2. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE European Athletics Council European Athletics Delegates European Athletics Office Executive Board of the Swedish Athletics Council Local Organising Committee Competition Organisation ARRIVALS Arrival by Air Transportation of Equipment Arrival by Train Arrival by Road Visa Requirements TRANSPORT Transportation Desk/Office Bus Shuttle Service Return to Airport / Train Stations ACCOMMODATION General Information Information desk Official Hotels Costs and European Athletics Quota Payment Procedures Rooming list Meals Meeting Room for Teams Telephone Calls ACCREDITATION General Accreditation Procedure Loss of an Accreditation Card Access Areas for Teams TECHNICAL INFORMATION Technical Information Centre (TIC) Technical Meeting Agenda Daily Meetings with the Team Leaders 22 3

3 7.4 Implements Inspection of the Competition Venue Competition Area Training Areas Training /warm-up at the Ekängen Arena, Eskilstuna MunktellArena (indoor), Eskilstuna Arosvallen, Västerås Training at the Competition venue Training with Official Starters Dressing Rooms COMPETITION REGULATIONS Participation Competition Entry Procedures Final Entries Final Confirmation Withdrawal Competition Bibs Competition Clothing COMPETITION PROCEDURE Timetable Call Room Procedures Event Presentation Format Competition Preparations Field Events Measurements Track Events Starter s Commands Timing Leaving the Stadium during the Competition Leaving the Stadium after the Competition Drinking Stations Protests and Appeals Interviews MEDICAL SERVICES & DOPING CONTROLS Medical Services General Information Medical Services in the Team Hotels Medical Care at the Competition Venue Medical Care at the training venues, Eskilstuna & Västerås Physiotherapy Insurance Doping Controls General Information Selection of Athletes Additional Controls European Athletics Anti-Doping Education Programme Procedure of the Programme at the Championships INFORMATION Stadium Announcements Start Lists and Results SECURITY CEREMONIES AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Opening Ceremony European Athletics - LOC Dinner Victory Ceremonies Closing Party Commemorative Medals DEPARTURE CONTACT DETAILS European Athletics Office (on site) Office of the Local Organising Committee APPENDICES 42 Appendix 1 Timetable and daily maps 43 Appendix 2 Implement List 51 Appendix 3 Entry Standards 52 Appendix 4 Map of Stadium, Warm-Up and Training Areas 54 Appendix 5 Accreditation System 58 Appendix 6 Hotels in Eskilstuna 59 Appendix 7 Hotels in Västerås

4 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Welcome To Eskilstuna! More than 100,000 people live here, which makes Eskilstuna the fifteenth largest city in Sweden. The city celebrated its 350-year anniversary in 2009 and got its name from Saint Eskil who worked in Tuna in the 11th century. Eskilstuna is best known for its mechanical engineering industry with companies such as Volvo and Assa but also the pop group Kent and the soccer player Sebastian Larsson. In the city centre there is a wide selection of shopping, restaurants and cafés for all tastes. There are also several lovely green spaces, for example Stadsparken, Rothoffsparken and Strömsholmen, all perfect for a picnic with the Eskilstuna River close by, which flows right through the city. If you like culture and history, we recommend a visit to the Rademacher Forges from the 17th century, the Art Museum or the Munktell Museum with important parts of Eskilstuna s history on display. Just a stone s throw away from the pulsating life of the city is the shopping center Tuna Park with a mini golf center, conveniently located close to Parken Zoo, the city zoo and funfair. Take the opportunity to make a visit free admission by presenting the accreditation card! There s also a swimming pool at Parken Zoo, if you wish to take a swim. If you d rather visit a beach, you can do so at Sundbyholm. There you will also find a guest harbor with service and the Sigurd rune stone one of Sweden s finest relics of the past. The European Athletics Junior Championship is the biggest event ever arranged in Eskilstuna. The competitions will take place at the Ekängen Athletics Venue located 2, 5 km from the city centre. Every evening during the event there will be festivities at Fristadstorget, the city square in the middle of the city, and everyone is invited. Ungdomens Hus will also be open in the evenings, a place where you may engage in activities or just hang out. Some of you will stay in the neighboring town Västerås. Västerås is Sweden s sixth largest city with 142,000 inhabitants. This is where the world-renowned retail store H&M was founded. It s an exciting industrial town, leader in automation and energy and a city for events and meetings, seething with life. You will come across unique accommodation a tree house and an underwater hotel experience our spectacular archipelago and if you visit in early July, you will have a chance to see the world s largest gathering of American cars! In Västerås you can visit castles, Sweden s largest ancient burial-mound, and a cathedral that s been awarded with three stars in the Guide Michelin. Enjoy boat rides and wonderful walks along the beach with charming cafés alongside of the lake Mälaren. We have Sweden s only action baths Kokpunkten an eight-storey water park built in a 100-year old steam power station. With our unique selection of activities, shopping and world-class events in combination with our interesting history we proudly welcome you to our exciting town. A hearty Welcome to the European Athletics Junior Championships 2015! We hope you will have a pleasant stay and enjoy the championships! 1.2 Website & social networks The official website for the European Athletics Junior Championships 2015 is: Follow us in please use #eskilstuna Good to know: Facts, Business Hours Shops, Government Offices, Banks Official Language Swedish Population in Eskilstuna 101,129 (on 28/2/2015) Currency Swedish krona (sign: kr, code SEK) Coins are issued to the value of 1 kr, 5 kr and 10 kr Notes are issued to the value of 20 kr, 50 kr, 100 kr, 500 kr and 1000 kr. Money is preferably changed at Exchange offices, which can be easily found in the city. Money can also be changed for a minor fee in banks and at most hotel receptions. Time Local Time is GMT +1 hour Electricity 230 volts (50 Hz), the plugs have two round pins Water Tap water is completely safe for drinking Telephone Country Code is +46 Cellphone Network Swedish mobile phone networks operate under 4G, 3G, 2G/GSM and GPRS. You are advised to contact your own country s mobile phone operator to determine if your country has an international roaming agreement with Sweden, which will allow temporary connection with the Swedish network Business opening hours of the main establishments are as follows: Monday Friday Saturday Sunday Banks 10:00 15:00 (18:00) Closed Closed Shops (in general) 10:00 19:00 10:00 14:00 (16:00) 12:00 15:00 Shopping malls (in general) 10:00 20:00 10:00 18:00 12:00 17:00 Administration 08:00 16:00 Closed Closed Post Offices are mainly located in bigger stores and supermarkets, and operate during usual opening hours. Basic phrases in Swedish ja yes nej no tack thank you ingen orsak you're welcome hej, goddag hi, hello god morgon good morning god kväll good evening god natt good night välkommen! welcome! ha en bra dag! have a nice day! ursäkta mig excuse me, sorry friidrott athletics löpning running kast throw hopp jump vinnare winner 6 7

5 2. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE 2.1 European Athletics Council President First Vice President Vice Presidents Director General Council Members IAAF President (ex officio member) European Athletics Honorary Life Presidents 2.2 European Athletics Delegates Technical Delegates Doping Control Delegate Jury of Appeal International Starter International Photo-Finish Judge International Race Walking Judges ITOs 8 Svein Arne Hansen (NOR) Dobromir Karamarinov (BUL) Jean Gracia (FRA) Frank Hensel (GER) Christian Milz (SUI) Sylvia Barlag (NED) Gregor Bencina (SLO) José Luis de Carlos (ESP) Alfio Giomi (ITA) Marton Gyulai (HUN) Toralf Nilsson (SWE) Dimakos Panagiotis (GRE) Antti Pihlakoski (FIN) Jorge Salcedo (POR) Gabriela Szabo (ROU) Erich Teigamägi (EST) Libor Varhanik (CZE) Salih Münir Yaras (TUR) Lamine Diack (SEN) Carl-Olaf Homén (FIN) Hansjörg Wirz (SUI) Anna Riccardi (ITA) Antonio Perez (ESP) Rosa Vidal (ESP) Jorge Salcedo (POR) - Chair Anne Fröberg (FIN) Ivan Slavchev (BUL) Marco Pagliano (ITA) Grzegorz Lipinski (POL) Hans van der Knaap (NED) - Chief Vesna Babic (CRO) Zoi Gini (GRE) Fabrice Le Meur (FRA) Christian Melchior (GER) Ana Toureiro (POR) Can Korkmazoglu (TUR)- Chief Alexander Cherkashin (RUS) Antonio Costa (POR) Roberto Grava (ITA) Iva Machova (CZE) Niels van der Aar (NED) 2.3 European Athletics Office European Athletics Office Avenue Louis Ruchonnet, Lausanne, Switzerland Tel: Fax: athletics.org 2.4 Executive Board of the Swedish Athletic Association Council Honorary President Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden President Björn Eriksson Vice Presidents Karin Lundgren Toralf Nilsson Members Lena Björk Pia Bosdotter Olson Gunilla Löthagen Sjöstrand Johan Storåkers Mats Åkerlind Anna Öberg Staff Representative Magnus Fridell Honorary Member Arne Ljungqvist 2.5. Local Organising Committee President Members General Secretary Stadium Technolgy Protocol / Hospitality Press / Media Finance Medical/Anti-Doping Transport / Accommodation Promotion / Marketing Ceremonies Pia Bosdotter Olson Mona Kanaan Lars-Olov Lundkvist Anders Albertsson Andreas Thornell Eva Norberg Anette Pallhed Jörgen Landin Lennart Karlberg Karin Grute Movin Peter Fröjdfeldt Lennart Karlberg Anette Pallhed Mattias Anglemark Barbro Lundkvist Lars-Olov Lundkvist Isabel Jansson Silke Tindrebäck 9

6 2.6. Competition Organisation Competition Director Meeting Manager Technical Manager Event Presentation Manager Call Room Referee Track Events Referee Starters Start Coordinator Chief Timekeeper Chief Photo Finish Field Events Referee Technical Information Centre Manager Jury of Appeal Secretary Competition Secretary Marshall Combined Events Referee Christer Berger Jörgen Landin Hans Thysell Jan Åkerblom Bjarne Thysell Anna Palmerius Marit Ekström Anders Prytz Stefan Appell Gunnar Olausson Roger Tjulin Roger Karlsson Roland Oscarsson Anita Hector Patrik Taleus Kjell Ahnstedt Martin Florquist Rasmus Olofsson Claes Jurstrand 3.1 Arrival by Air The official airport is Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) which is situated 150 km from Eskilstuna. Upon arrival at Stockholm Arlanda, the teams will be met by their Team Attachés. The Welcome Desk is situated in Terminal 5 in the arrival hall at the airport. Opening hours 13 July 15 July 07:00 22:00 depending on travel schedules 3. ARRIVALS After collecting luggage, team members will be escorted to the official buses by the welcome desk staff and taken to the team hotel, approximately 90 min from the airport Transportation of Equipment The Transportation Support Service will collect the athletes vaulting poles at baggage claim and deliver them to a secure location at the competition venue. The LOC staff at the airport will inspect and number the poles at baggage claim together with the athlete. The numbering system will make it easy to identify the poles for transportation to the competition venue. The poles will be tagged with number, name, event, gender and country, (e.g. Gamer dinger/women/heptathlon/swe). After the competition the poles will be kept at the competition venue until the departure of the Teams and will then be taken by the LOC to the airport. Athletes will need to inform the organisers if they plan on shipping the poles in advance of their own travel and if they plan to arrange other types of transportation for the poles that will not require help from the organisation. After the competition the poles will be kept at the Competition venue until the departure of the Teams and will then be taken by the LOC to the Airport. 3.2 Arrival by Train There will be no Welcome Desk at the main railway station in Eskilstuna. Teams arriving by train will be met by LOC representatives and taken to the team hotel, according to the arrival times given in the final entry system. 3.3 Arrival by Road Teams arriving by road are kindly asked to go directly to their hotels, where representatives from the LOC will welcome them

7 3.4 Visa Requirements Countries requiring visas to enter Sweden should obtain them from the Swedish Embassy or Consulate in their country. The following countries require visas to enter: Albania**** Georgia*** Russia *** Armenia FYR Macedonia**** Serbia**** Azerbaijan* Moldova**** Turkey*** Belarus Montenegro**** Ukraine*** Bosnia-Herzegovina**** 4.1 Transportation Desk/Office The Transportation Desk will be located at Ekängen Arena, at the TIC, with the following opening dates/hours: Opening hours 14 July 19 July 10:00 20:00 4. TRANSPORTATION *) holder of a Diplomatic Passport or a Service Passport does not require a visa ***) holder of a Diplomatic Passport does not require a visa for a short stay according to an agreement between the EC and respectively state on the facilitation of the issuance of visas ****) holder of a biometric Passport does not require a visa Visas should be obtained before leaving your country, from the Swedish Embassy or Consulate. Should you have any problems, or require a letter of invitation please contact: Mr Fahad Shamon 4.2 Bus Shuttle Service A regular bus shuttle service will be provided between the team hotels, training, social function, technical meeting and competition venue. Detailed schedule will be displayed at the Information Desk in each hotel. Depending on the location of the hotel and traffic conditions, transport time is about 10 minutes to an hour between the hotels and the competition venue. Please note that the accreditation card will give free access to public transportation, i.e. Eskilstuna bus network only (no train). 4.3 Return to Airport Transport will be arranged according to the flight schedules submitted by the teams. Further information will be available at the Information Desk in each hotel

8 5. ACCOMMODATION 5.1 General Information 11 different hotels in Eskilstuna and Västerås, providing full board accommodation, are reserved for the teams, with easy accessibility to both the centre of Eskilstuna, the competition venue and the training arenas with a regular bus service. There will be training possibilities in Eskilstuna and Västerås. 5.2 Information Desks An Information Desk will be located in the lobby of each team hotel with qualified personnel offering relevant information about all aspects of the European Athletics Junior Championships The Information Desks opening hours will be as follows: Opening hours 13 July 14 July Adapted to arrival times 15 July - 20 July 07:00 23: Official Hotels The official hotels for the European Athletics Junior Championships 2015 will be: Teams Hotels Best Western Plaza Hotel Drottninggatan 9, Eskilstuna Phone Website City Hotel Järnvägsplan 1, Eskilstuna Phone Website Clarion Collection Hotel Bolinder Munktell Munktellstorget, Eskilstuna Phone Website Comfort Hotel Hamngatan 9, Eskilstuna Phone Website Elite Stadshotellet Hamngatan 11, Eskilstuna Phone Website 14 Elite Stadshotellet Stora Torget, Box 19, Västerås Phone Website Parken Zoo Pauline Lundströms väg 6, Eskilstuna Phone Website Scandic Hotel Pilgatan 33, Västerås Phone Website Sundbyholms Slott Sundbyholm, Eskilstuna Phone Website Best Western Ta Inn Hotell Ängsgärdsgatan 19, Västerås Phone Website Vilsta Sporthotell Vasavägen 80, Eskilstuna Phone Website The Team Hotels allocation will be defined after the closing of the final entries and will be communicated to the teams as soon as available European Athletics Family Hotel Elite Stadshotellet Hamngatan 11, Eskilstuna Phone Website See maps in appendix 6 and 7. 15

9 5.4 Costs and European Athletics Quota For all athletes within the European Athletics Quota, the European Athletics will pay for full board accommodation, as stipulated in the European Athletics Competition Regulations ( and 510.4), for a maximum of six nights. No contribution shall be made in respect of athletes representing the host European Athletics Member Federation. The number of team officials in the hereunder chart is also eligible for fixed price accommodation and other benefits. European Athletics will not cover these officials accommodation costs. The European Athletics has previously informed all Member Federations about the allotted free places. The allocation of the free places is based on the results (places 1-8 achieved), the number of participants per country at the European Junior Championships 2013 in Rieti and the European Junior season best-list 2014: Free Place Quota (400 in total) ALB 2 ESP 17 ITA 21 POR 6 AND 1 EST 5 LAT 5 ROU 10 ARM 3 FIN 14 LIE 1 RUS 30 AUT 5 FRA 22 LTU 6 SRB 3 AZE 3 GBR 32 LUX 2 SLO 5 BEL 10 GEO 2 MDA 3 SMR 2 BIH 3 GER 31 MKD 2 SUI 8 BLR 7 GIB 1 MLT 2 SVK 5 BUL 3 GRE 6 MNE 3 SWE Host CRO 7 HUN 11 MON 1 TUR 12 CYP 3 IRL 7 NED 11 UKR CZE 10 ISL 5 NOR 11 DEN 5 ISR 3 POL 18 Remarks: Those Member Federations having been awarded a minimum of 2 (two) free places shall have at least one male and one female athlete competing. Those Member Federations with no ratio assessed from the three considered parameters have been awarded only 1 free place quota. In case they decide to compete with at least one male and one female athlete, they would get a second free place. SWE as host of the Championships has not been allotted any free place. Ratio of Athletes & Officials Number of Athletes From - to Number of Team Officials Up to (1) : Maximum number of additional officials (out-of-ratio) (2) : The following rates apply for team members. This includes full board accommodation and applies to any additional days for Athletes and Officials within the ratio and outside the ratio: Group Single room (EUR) Double/Twin room (EUR) Athletes outside the quota and in 90* 90 ratio-officials Officials outside the ratio Additional rooms for single use 130 (above the 10% threshold, upon availability) Additional nights (outside of the 6 nights July) for Athletes & Officials All prices include VAT. *Each participating team shall be allocated a minimum number of single rooms equal to 10 % of the total number of athletes and in ratio team officials entered in the final entries. Additional single rooms can be requested and will be given according to availability. The price for the additional single room is 130 EUR for the full board accommodation for all days

10 Cancellation policy The final account for accommodation attributable to each Member Federation shall be based on the numbers declared in the Final Entries and this shall be paid in full, no allowance being made for any subsequent reduction in the actual numbers of athletes and/or officials. Extra Charges The Team Leader must settle phone bills and all other extra services at the hotel reception, before departure. The Team Leader will be requested a credit card by the hotel reception desk for extras. All payments must be made in Swedish kronor (SEK) or in Euro Payment Procedures The invoice will be sent before the event to each Federation detailing the amount they owe based on their final entries. Federations are kindly encouraged to make an advance payment in Euros by bank transfer to the following account: Name of company responsible for payments: Eskilstuna kommun Address: SE Eskilstuna, Sweden VAT NUMBER: SE Account Holder: Eskilstuna kommun Bank name and Clearing NO.:Nordea, 9960 Account: Bank IBAN No.: SE Bank SWIFT No.: NDEASESS Bank address: Smålandsgatan 17, Stockholm 5.6 Meals All meals will be taken in the team hotels restaurant. Teams staying in Comfort Hotel and City Hotel have their lunch and dinner served in Vildrosen, short walk from the hotels. (Vildrosen, Careliigatan 13)* All the restaurant opening times are: Opening hours 14 July 20 July Breakfast 06:00 10:00 Lunch 11:30 15:00 Dinner 19:00 22:30 Accreditation cards will allow access to meals in the hotel restaurant. All team members will get a refillable water bottle. At all hotels and competition/training venues, there will be fresh tap water provided, which in Sweden is fresh, free and safe to drink. At the venues there are also water tanks. On the competition days late serving provisions will be made for those athletes/officials detained at the stadium due to doping controls or protests. Vildrosen It is only a short walk 8 For any question about teams accommodation invoices, we kindly encourage the federations to contact: Ms Silvia Yashoe, Payment will also be possible on site, in cash (in only) or by credit card (Visa and MasterCard). Note: A copy of the bank transfer will be required upon arrival City Hotel 8. Comfort Hotel 16. VIldrosen Rooming list The rooming list information (name of the sharing person in twin room) will have to be entered in Arena during the Final Entries and is mandatory to enable the accurate calculation of required rooms, which will be the basis of the accommodation invoice. 5.7 Meeting Room for Teams Arrangements can be made for a team meeting room through the Information Desks in the Team Hotels. Requests shall be made 12 hours in advance. 5.8 Telephone Calls The telephone will be automatically activated to make room to room calls. Any athletes or delegation officials 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 contact list with important telephone numbers for the European Athletics Junior Championships Eskilstuna

11 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, based on the information provided by the Member Federation through the online entry system. No changes will be accepted after the final entry deadline. Accreditation cards will be distributed at the Main Accreditation Centre located in the Eskilstuna Theatre in the city centre (see map Appendix 7). The Team Leader will be responsible for collecting the team s accreditation cards. Team Leaders are requested to take the athletes passports (or a copy of it) to the Accreditation Centre at the Theatre in order to allow verification of the participants age. The Team Leader will settle the payment of accommodation for team members outside the European Athletics quota and after he/she can collect the accreditations cards for the whole team. 6.3 Loss of an Accreditation Card Any lost or damaged accreditation cards should be reported to LOC, at the TIC. Duplicate cards can be obtained where proof of identity can be established. 6.4 Access Areas for Teams All team accreditation cards will allow access to the team seating area, warm-up area, changing facilities and physiotherapy rooms. Only athletes who are about to compete will have access to the call room and to the infield. The Head of Delegation from each team is invited to the VIP Hospitality area and will be given the necessary access number on the accreditation card. Separate cards will be issued to Team Leaders, for access to the Mixed Zone, Combined Events Resting Room and the information available in the teams pigeon boxes at the Technical Information Centre (TIC). Tickets/separate cards will also be distributed to the coaches (1 per competing athlete) for the coaching areas, at TIC, the day prior to the respective event. Access to the Doping Control: 1 pass will be given to the athlete upon notification and an additional pass for an accompanying person. Passes will be collected once they enter the Doping Control Station. 7.1 Technical Information Centre (TIC) The main function of the Technical Information Centre is to ensure smooth communication between Team Officials and the LOC, the European Athletics Technical Delegates and the Competition Management, regarding technical matters. The TIC is located at the competition venue (see appendix 7). Opening hours Tuesday 14 July 14:00 19:00 Wednesday 15 July 08:00 20:00 Thursday 16 July 08:00 21:00 Friday 17 July 08:00 21:00 Saturday 18 July 08:00 21:00 Sunday 19 July 08:00 21:00 7. TECHNICAL INFORMATION 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 Settlement of technical enquiries from delegations Competition information (start lists, results, etc.) Liaison points concerning technical matters between Team Delegate(s), Technical Delegate(s), European Athletics and LOC Recovery of items confiscated at the Call Room Registration and collection of personal implements. (E.g. shot put, etc.) Request of documentation for national records or other purposes (additional doping control and Omega photo finish prints) Withdrawal of athletes Receipt of final confirmations and final declaration of members of relay teams Publication of results Receipt of protests and appeals from the teams All technical information regarding the competition will be distributed to each delegation in a pigeon box given to each team. This information will also be displayed on information boards. Access to the information to be distributed at the TIC will be controlled by a separate card, not by the accreditation card. TIC cards will be given to each Team Leader (in principle one per team). Teams that are not able to attend the Technical Meeting, under extreme circumstances, can collect their information material from the TIC after the technical meeting. 7.2 Technical Meeting The Technical Meeting will be held on Wednesday 15 July at 17:00, in the Conference room at the Ice hall, Ekängen Arena. (See map appendix 4A) 20 21

12 Each team may be represented by a maximum of two team delegates 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 in English, at the TIC before 13:00 on 15 July in the appropriate form. The Technical Meeting will be held in English. A shuttle service from the team hotels will be provided for this meeting please refer to the Information Desk in the Team Hotel for detailed information. The Technical Meeting will be attended by: European Athletics President (or his representative) Local Organising Committee President European Athletics Officials Competition Director Competition Officials TIC Manager European Athletics Staff Agenda The preliminary agenda of the Technical Meeting includes: Welcome by the President of the Local Organising Committee Welcome by the European Athletics President or his representative Presentation of the International Officials Presentation of the Competition Officials Presentation of the competition and warm up sites Information from the Technical Delegates on the following points: Qualification system for running and field events Raising of the bars (Qualifying Rounds and Final) Other relevant issues not mentioned in the Team Manual Information briefing by the Doping Control Delegate Opening/Closing Ceremony and Closing Party Answering of questions submitted in writing by federations Start lists for the first competition day will be ready for collection at TIC, together with the bibs after the Technical Meeting. 7.3 Daily Meetings with the Team Leaders Meetings with the Team Leaders will be held according to the needs and will be scheduled on site in order to provide further relevant information to the Teams and answer any questions related to the Team Services. The first meeting will be held on Thursday 16 July at 13:15, meeting point at the TIC at the competition venue. Personal Implements shall also be allowed, providing that: They have IAAF certification They are not already on the official list They are in good conditions and the brand is easily recognised. They are made available to all the other competitors until the end of the Final They will have to be submitted to the implements check in point (located at the TIC) the day before each event and no later than 18:00 hours. Basic implements will be provided for warm-up and training. Vaulting poles must be delivered to the TIC in the stadium by 18:00 the evening before the start of each pole vault event. The poles will be kept in a locked store and will be brought to the competition site in due time by the organisers. 7.5 Inspection of Competition Venue Heads of Delegation may visit the Ekängen Arena, inspecting access routes and other facilities which will be important to the teams on Wednesday 15 July at 09:30. Heads of Delegation are to meet LOC members at the TIC, from where they will be escorted on this visit. 7.6 Competition Area Ekängen Arena and its surroundings are shown in appendix 4A of this document. The stadium has the following competition sites: 8 lanes 2 High Jump site 3 Pole Vault site 2 site for Long/Triple Jump 2 Shot Put Circle 1 Combined Discus/Hammer Circle 2 Javelin sites Athletes seats are free (VIP and Media seats excluded). 7.7 Training Areas Athletes will have the possibility to train at Ekängen Arena, MunktellArena or, for those who stays in Västerås, Arosvallen. 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. Drinks will be available at the training venues. Accreditation must be handed in when borrowing equipment, and will be returned to the athlete when the equipment is handed back in. 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 Team Hotel. 7.4 Implements The implements provided by the LOC (see implements list in the appendices) are selected from those appearing on the current IAAF approved equipment list

13 7.7.1 Warm-up area at the Ekängen Arena, Eskilstuna For all events The Warm up area has the following sites: 6 lanes 100m 2 lanes 200m 1 High Jump site 1 Pole Vault site 1 site for Long/Triple Jump 1 Shot Put Circle 1 Combined Discus/Hammer Circle 1 Javelin site Opening hours Races, Jumps Hammer Discus Javelin & SP 14 July 15:00-19:00 15:00 17:00 17:00 19:00 15:00 19:00 15 July 09:00-12:00 14:00-19:00 09:00 10:30 14:00 16:30 10:30 12:00 16:30 19:00 09:00 12:00 15:00 19:00 Note: on competition days, Ekängen Arena will be reserved to warm-up, on the exception of following schedules open for training. Opening hours Pole Vault Hammer Discus Javelin 16 July 09:00 12:00 14:00 19:00 09:00 12:00 09:00 12:00 17 July 14:00 19:00 11:30 14:00 17:00 19:00 18 July 09:00 12:00 16:00 19:00 09:00 12:00 14:00 16:00 09:00 12:00 16:00 19:00 09:00 12:00 14:00 19:00 10:00 12:00 16:00 19:00 The Weight training tent for weight lifting will be at the Ekängen Arena in the warm-up area MunktellArena (indoor), Eskilstuna For all events except Long Throws and Pole Vault The MunktellArena has the following sites: 6 lanes 60m 4 lanes 200m 1 High Jump site 1 site for Long/Triple Jump 1 Shot Put Circle At the MunktellArena, in the basement, there will be a fully equipped strength training room (ASK). Show the accreditation card for free training Arosvallen, Västerås For all events except pole vault Located in Västerås (approx. 40 km from the competition venue) Distance from Elite Stadshotellet 1,2 km Scandic Hotel 2,4 km Ta Inn Hotel 2,7 km The Arosvallen has the following sites: 8 lanes 100m 6 lanes 200m 1 High Jump 2 site for long and triple jump 1 Discuscage 1 Javelin site 1 Shot put circle Opening hours 14 July 18 July 09:00 18:00 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. Drinks will be available at the training venues. Accreditation must be handed in when borrowing equipment, and will be returned to the athlete when the equipment is handed back in Training at the competition venue Official training for all athletes at the Ekängen Arena will take place on Wednesday 15 July 10:00 12:00. The warm-up area will also be available during this period Training with Official Starters This will take place at the Ekängen Arena on Wednesday 15 July 11:00 12: Dressing Rooms There will be two dressing rooms located at the Ekängen Arena, see map appendix 4A Changing rooms. Opening hours 14 July 18 July 09:00 18:

14 8. COMPETITION REGULATIONS 8.1 Participation There will be 22 men events and 22 women events. In accordance with European Athletics regulations only athletes aged from 16 to 19 years on 31 December of the year of the competition can participate. They must not reach 20 (twenty) years of age during the year of the Championships. An official ID card (with picture) stating the birth date of the athlete will be requested during the accreditation procedure to verify the participants age (see point 6.2) Individual competition: Each European Athletics Member Federation may enter up to 4 (four) athletes in each individual event, of whom up to 3 (three) may participate provided all of them shall have achieved the entry standard for that event. Alternatively each European Athletics Member Federation may enter one athlete in each individual event even if such athlete has not achieved the qualifying standard for that event. Relay teams: Every European Athletics Member may enter 1 (one) team in each relay event. 6 (six) athletes may be entered for each relay. From these 6 (six) and from any other athletes entered for any event in the Championships, 4 (four) athletes to start must be nominated at the time specified for the final declaration of runners. 8.2 Competition Entry Procedures Final Entries Final entries shall be made through the European Athletics Event Management System, Arena, which will be accessible at the following link: https://arena.european-athletics.org/. Member Federations' entries manager shall use their already known individual and personalised access. Final entries indicating the names and individual logistical information (detailed travel arrangements, accommodation request and rooming list) of the competitors and of the officials must be received not later than 10 (ten) days before the first competition day. According to the regulations the deadlines for the final entries are: Opening of the final entries: Wednesday 17 June 2015 Deadline for the final entries: Monday 6 July 2015, 24:00 (CET) All Member Federations will be able to consult and print out their entries at any time during the opening period and will receive a pdf report with a status of their entries 24h before the deadline as well as one pdf confirmation after the closing of the system. Detailed travel and rooming list information will have to be registered for each athlete and official during the final entries process. Amendments and updates will then be possible through the accommodation and transportation modules of Arena after the closing of the final entries 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 make the final confirmation of entries of their athletes by 15 July at 09:00. For events held on and after the 2nd day of the Championships, confirmation of entries must be made by 09:00 on the day before the event. 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 in accordance with the deadline set out in the table below: Competition day Deadline for Final Confirmation 16 July 15 July at 09:00 17 July 16 July at 09:00 18 July 17 July at 09:00 19 July 18 July at 09:00 Any team foreseeing to arrive to the venue of the Championships later than the deadline set above shall confirm the respective athletes participation via to The composition of each relay team as well as well as the order of running shall be officially declared at the TIC, no later than one hour before the published first call time for the first heat of each round of the competition Withdrawal Withdrawal of any confirmation must be indicated to the TIC at the Stadium in writing on the official withdrawal form. The withdrawal will require the Technical Delegate(s) s approval. 8.3 Competition Bibs The LOC will provide the teams with competition bibs after the Technical Meeting. For individual events (except for Race Walking and long distance events see below), each competitor will receive 4 personal bibs with names. These must be pinned to the front and back of the competition clothing, to the back of the tracksuit, 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). For races up to 800m, including Race Walking events (but excluding the last race of Combined Events), ) athletes will receive a bib with a plastic pouch for the transponders that shall be pinned in the front. Transponders will be handed out at the Call Room. Each runner in a relay team must wear the bib with the official three-letter country code of his/ her national federation on his/her front. On his/her back the runner must wear the personal bib. Each competitor in the 5000m, m and race walking events will be given two special bibs which must be worn as follows: the bib with his/her name and identification number on his/her front, the bib with his/her identification number only on his/her back

15 Special bibs The current European Leader competing in an individual event will be given a special bib (blue background) to be worn on the chest. For the Combined Events, the leading athlete after each event will be given a special bib (yellow background) indicating he/she is the leading athlete, to be worn on their chest. Athletes competing in the last heat of the 800m and 1500m will also be given a special bib, to be worn on their chests, which will indicate their position in the competition prior to the last event. Bibs must not be cut, folded or covered in any way. 8.4 Competition Clothing Competitors must wear the Federation s official team clothing. IAAF Rule 8 &143 will be strictly applied. Please make sure to follow the IAAF Advertising Regulations in force, available at Clothing and items not conforming to this rule and the current IAAF Advertising Regulations will be removed or taped at the call room. The European Athletics has a record of the Team vests of all Member Federations, available on European Athletics Event Management System, Arena, accessible at the following link: https://arena.european-athletics.org/. Member Federations shall confirm their team vests. If the uniform displayed differs from your current official uniform, a full set of photographs must be uploaded, using the template form by Monday 6 July at the latest: JPEG file, maximum resolution and size 300 dpi / 500KB 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. Dimensions of Spikes The maximum spike lengths in the various events are: Track, Long Jump, Triple Jump and Pole Vault: High Jump and Javelin: 9mm 12mm 9.1 Timetable Please refer to appendix 1 for the competition timetable. 9.2 Call Room Procedures There will be a first call at warm-up. It is the responsibility of the team officials to ensure that their athletes are aware of the last check-in times for entry to the Call Room, located near the warm-up area. Athletes arriving late may be excluded from participation in the event. Athletes must report to the Call Room before each event as follows: Event First Call Last Call Exit from Call Room Field Events 50 min 40 min 30 min 100 / m H 35 min 25 min 15 min Races 30 min 20 min 10 min High Jump 60 min 50 min 40 min Pole Vault 80 min 70 min 60 min 9. COMPETITION PROCEDURE The above times may be changed for qualifying rounds due the number of entries. A detailed list of Call Room times will be handed out at the TIC day by day for the following day. The following checks will be carried out on equipment that must comply with IAAF Advertising and Competition Rules: Competition clothing Shoes Bags (identification on and content of) That non-authorised equipment (radio, MP3, mobile phone, camera etc) are not brought infield. Confiscated items will have to be collected from the TIC after the event. Athletes competing in all races up to 800m (including Race Walking Events but excluding the last event in the Combined Events) will be provided with a small transponder which will be inserted in a pouch at the back of the front bib. After the competition, the athletes should return the transponder at the entrance of the Kit Collection Area, where they will be collected by volunteers. Refreshments (still water) and toilets will be available in the Call Room. 9.3 Event Presentation format The Event Presentation will strive to present what happens in an entertaining, dignified and well-balanced way, and of course to give the athletes optimal opportunities to perform at the peak of their capacity. The introductions of the athletes will be done just before the event starts at each location infield. We will include music and sound effects in the introductions

16 The basic pattern for those who will be presented will be: Running events Heats Semi-Final Final 100m, 200m, 110mH 1 3 favourites all all 400m 1 2 favourites all all 800m 1 2 favourites 2 4 favourites 3 5 favourites (the rest during the race) 1500m and longer 1 3 favourites favourites (the rest during the race) Relays 1 3 favourite teams - all (the teams) Field events Qualification Final Pentathlon/Decathlon Running events Field events 800m B/1500m B 800m A/1500m A Walking events favourites all the favourites (the rest during the race) the favourites (the rest during the race) some (the rest during the race) all 4 8 favourites (the rest during the race) All introductions/presentations will be held in English, with the exception of the introductions of Swedish athletes that will be held in Swedish. Field events will continue during the presentation, but will be stopped in time for starting commands, if necessary. 9.4 Competition Preparations Field Events Each athlete is allowed a minimum of two practice trials under the supervision of the officials, more if time allows. In the case of throwing events, 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.. Only official markers provided by the LOC will be allowed for marking the runways. Once the practice jumps/puts/throws for the final are finished, participants will be asked to stand in the order of the competition, for the presentation Measurements All field events will be measured by OMEGA scientific measurement equipment 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 Starter s Commands The starter commands will be given in English, as follows: For distances up to and including 400m: - On your marks - Set - Fire of the gun For distances of 800m and more: - On your marks - Fire of the gun. If for any reason the starter feels it is necessary to interrupt the process he/she will say: - Stand Up Omega starting blocks will be used at the European Athletics Junior Championships. These blocks have a false start detection system and are linked to the false start console Timing The official timing will be provided by Omega and will be displayed on the official electronic timing instrument and photo finish cameras provided by Omega. For all races of 800m or more, the elapsed time will be displayed on electronic timers located at the end of each straight. 9.5 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. 9.6 Leaving the stadium after the competition After the competition, athletes leave immediately through exit gate. 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. 9.7 Drinking Stations All team members will get a refillable water bottle. At all hotels and competition/training venues, there will be fresh tap water provided, which in Sweden is fresh, free and safe to drink. At the venues there are also water tanks. In the warm-up area, infield and mixed zone there will be bottled water. 9.8 Protests and Appeals Protests and appeals 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). Any written appeal to the Jury of Appeal must be made in accordance with Rule and 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 EUR 75, as set in the rules, must be paid. If the protest is unsuccessful, the deposit will not be returned. The Jury s decision will be provided in writing. 31

17 9.9 Interviews Immediately after the competition, the flash interview group will interview the winning athletes. These interviews will be distributed on information sheets to the media. In the mixed zone, all athletes meet the media: first TV, then radio and finally the written press. It is for the athlete to decide whether he/she will give an interview. The first three athletes in each event may be asked to attend an official press conference. These press conferences will take priority over all other interview requirements. They will usually be held before doping controls Medical Services 10. MEDICAL SERVICES & DOPING CONTROLS General Information The medical service will provide medical information and assistance to teams, organisation personnel, and honorary guests as well as, during the competition, to the spectators in the stadium. In case of emergency, please contact the nearest medical first aid station or call the 24/7 Medical Emergency number 112. More information will be given during the Medical Meeting, Wednesday 15 July at 16:00, before the Technical meeting in the Ice hall, Ekängen Arena Medical Services in the Team Hotels The medical centre serves the athletes, trainers, other team members as well as members of the competition organisation. The medical centre is located at the Ekängen Arena and will be open one hour before the competition and will be closed one hour after the end of competition. During other hours there will be a doctor and nurse on duty. Relevant information and phone number will be available at the welcome desks Medical Care at the Competition Venue The stadium medical service is responsible for any problems concerning the athletes health. There is also a room for medical attention next to the finish line. 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, which will be equipped with tents with massage tables (brought in by teams and some provided by the LOC) ICE bath facilities There are two of first aid teams on the infield, supervised by a doctor and marked with green crosses Medical Care at the Training Venues, Eskilstuna and Västerås Physiotherapists will be available July 09:00-16:00 and July daily 08:00 18:00. In case of necessary medical examination, observations and advice there will be Doctor on Call for the Venue in Västerås. Response time will be maximum 20 minutes. In case of emergency the main hospital in Västerås is only 4 km away. In Eskilstuna the Medical Centre will provide necessary professional staff including nurses and Doctors at all points of time Physiotherapy For those teams requiring physiotherapy services there will be a central physiotherapy clinic in Elite Stadshotellet Eskilstuna, open July 18:00 22:00. For teams staying in Västerås there will be no physiotherapists at the evenings

18 Equipped physiotherapy facilities will also be available at the Ekängen Arena (a tent in the warming up area) according to the following schedule: Opening hours Ekängen Arena 14 July 15:00 19:00 15 July 09:00-12:00, 14:00-19: July 08:00 20:00 The team physiotherapists and doctors may use the equipment in the physiotherapy rooms in co-operation with the medical staff Insurance According to the Regulation the participating Member Federations are responsible for taking out their own insurance to cover the risk of illness or injury of any member of their team when travelling to and from the European Athletics event and during the event itself. Please take the necessary steps to fulfil these requirements well in advance Doping Controls General Information Doping controls will be conducted in accordance with IAAF Rules and Anti-doping Regulations under the supervision of the European Athletics Doping Control Delegate. Both urine and blood samples may be collected immediately before, and during, the Championships. Athletes selected for doping control shall be informed by anti-doping officials. 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 Station (DCS). A selected athlete should report immediately to the DCS 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 DCS. 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 European Athletics Anti-Doping Education Programme 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, 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 that we are ready to help and give them guidance to challenge doping. European Athletics aims to promote education for awareness, knowledge and prevention. The athletes can only act in the right way if they know the rules and know the danger of doping. As a long term goal we wish to contribute with our programme to the promotion 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 and the IAAF will be implemented for the sixth time at the European Athletics Junior Championships in Eskilstuna/SWE (16-19 July 2015). Please encourage your athletes to take part in this important programme. Only together we can make our sport drug free! Procedure of the Programme at the Championships All competing athletes will have a chance to learn and take part in an electronic quiz about doping in our educational tent located in the warm-up area. The electronic quiz is a multiple choice test which will give a detailed explanation in case of wrong answers. Participants who successfully answer 8 out of 10 questions will receive one of the I run Clean, I throw Clean, I jump Clean, I walk Clean T-shirts. The programme will run on all 4 competition days in order to give all athletes the possibility to take part. As an added bonus all athletes are invited to the anti-doping education programme tent to meet Olympic, World and European Triple Jump Champion Christian Olsson and get their t-shirt signed by the legend himself at 10:30 on Saturday and Sunday! 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 Additional Controls Additional athletes 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 Doping Control Station. 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 Championships

19 11. INFORMATION 11.1 Stadium Timing Boards A clock showing the race time is positioned in the in-field near the finishing line as well as near the 100m, 200m and 300m start line. Field Events Boards The result of each trial in field events will be shown on the dedicated infield scoreboards. Final and intermediate results of the field events will be indicated on the scoreboard at the first bend. The performances in field events will be shown by signs with the respective nation s codes along the sector lines. During the event the boards will be moved in accordance to the actual ranking. The qualifying marks for the final of the Championships will be marked in the following disciplines: Long jump and triple jump yellow mark along the landing area Throwing events yellow lines in the landing sector 12. 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. If necessary, the police can be contacted through the LOC Information Desk at your hotel Announcements Official announcements will be made in Swedish and English Start Lists and Results Start Lists for the first competition day will be available for Team Leaders at TIC immediately after the Technical Meeting. For following days, start lists will be available from TIC the day before from 14:00 or after each qualification round. Results and start lists will be displayed on the TIC Information Board. Copies of the results of each day s events will be distributed to each Team at the TIC team mailbox on each evening of competition. A daily program, which will include the start list for each competition day and the results of the previous competition day, will be available each morning at the TIC team pigeon box. Complete results in the form of a booklet will be issued to Team Leaders at the Team Hotels Information Desk on Monday 20 July

20 13. CEREMONIES AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS 13.1 Opening Ceremony The Opening Ceremony will take place on Wednesday 15 July at 19:00 at the Fristadstorget, the City Square in Eskilstuna. Two representatives of each Federation are kindly requested to carry country sign and country flag during the Ceremony. For smaller delegations, the LOC will assist with volunteers. Please confirm names of Federation representatives by to by Friday 10 July at the latest. Those representatives will be asked to meet on Wednesday 15 July at 18:30 at The Eskilstuna Theatre (Accreditation Centre). All team members are welcome to attend. Detailed bus schedule will be displayed at the Hotel Information Desk European Athletics - LOC Dinner The European Athletics LOC Dinner will be held at the Munktell Museum in Eskilstuna city centre on Saturday 18 July at 21:00. Two persons from each team will be invited. Invitation cards will be distributed on site Victory Ceremonies Teams will receive detailed information on the victory ceremonies for individuals and teams at the Technical Meeting. All the victory ceremonies will take place at the Ekängen Arena. Athletes must wear the official team clothing for the ceremonies and the presentation bibs provided by the LOC. No other items shall be taken to the podium, such as flags, bags or other Medals Medals for EJCH the result of a unique collaboration! Through a unique and original collaboration between three Eskilstuna companies: Smedja Sothönan, Svenska Medalj AB and astory Communications Agency unique medals are created according to the traditional ways in the Rademacher forges in Eskilstuna. The design is made by astory Communications Agency and Smedja Sothönan. It is joyful that the medals can be made here in the city. The medal consists of two parts. The stamped metal gold, silver or bronze is encircled by a hand-forged sun and a wreath. The motive on the stamped metal is a variation of the EJCH logotype. The medals are roughly 80mm in diameter and the stamped metal about 50mm in diameter. 180 medals will be produced in total. The motive is comprised of bubbles since water is a general theme chosen for the EJCH. The water power and the rapids have been and still are important to the city and has given its power to Eskilstuna and it s industries as well as water ways for the transportation of goods. Eskilstuna has a tradition of smithing that goes a long way back in history. Reinhold Rademacher recieved special privileges from the King of Sweden and moved his smithing manufactory from Livland to Eskilstuna in the 1600 s. Eskilstuna Fristad, a sanctuary for metal workers, made it possible for Eskilstuna to develop and grow into an industrial city. In the Rademacher Forges from the 1600 s, smithing is still practiced. Nina Hedenfelt from Smedja Sothönan forges according to the old customs but with both old and new manifestations. She is educated in iron smithing at the handicrafts school Sätergläntan in Dalarna, Sweden. 38 Svenska Medalj AB is an Eskilstuna company with fine old traditions that has been making medals since Today they are the only company in Sweden with this kind of production and their work is characterized by great knowledge of handicraft and quality. The company makes everything from sports medals, key rings, pins and cuff links to the Nobel prize medals and the Swedish King s reward medals. astory is a local communications agency that work with both national and international assignments and is based in Eskilstuna and Stockholm. They wish to work with and to be a part of things that happen in Eskilstuna and the surrounding area Closing Party The Closing Party will take place on Sunday 19 July from 22:00 to 01:00 at the Lokomotivet, Munktellstaden, in Eskilstuna city centre. All team members are welcome! Detailed bus schedule will be displayed at the hotel Information Desk Commemorative medals The Commemorative Medals for the EJCH2015 consist of a pin button shaped as a bubble with the EJCH2015 logo on it and some of the bubble figures. The athletes, VIP and Media will receive a coupon in their welcome bag which gives them the possibility to choose if they want to personalise their pin button with their photo or just have one of the EJCH2015 figures on it. Appointed desks for this procedure will be placed at the Ekängen Arena, i.e. the Market Square, at Munktellarenan (the training venue in Eskilstuna) and at the Accreditation Centre. 39

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