All participants will be accommodated in the Tre Falke School at Frederiksberg.
Sønderjyllands Allé 4, 2000 Frederiksberg, unless they specify other wishes (see below).
The accommodation will be in large classrooms on foldable beds, 4-6 persons per room. A few hospital beds and box mattress beds are reserved for those in particular need of these. This will be an option available in the second entry form.
For international participants who cannot book flights to and from Copenhagen on the 4th and 11th July, we can offer accommodation from the 3rd to the 12th at DKK 200 per person, per extra night.
The school is fully accessible by wheelchair and there are many standard toilets and three toilets for disabled people. Shower facilities and more accessible restrooms are at the stadium 100m away. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served at the school. All meals includinge drinks.
We also offer alternative accommodation at a nearby hostel, where a single room costs DKK 4,000, and a double room will cost DKK 6,300 for the entire period. NB: if you want to book one or two extra nights because of certain flight times, there is and extra charge of DKK 495 per night for a single room, and DKK 785 for a double room.
The stadium is right next to the school. - The official address is:
Sønderjyllands Allé 6
An entry fee of DKK 2,000 per person – both for athlete, coach and assistant – is to be paid by 2nd entry. The entry fee covers accommodation at Tre Falke School from Sunday July 4th to Sunday July 11th 2010, as well as breakfast, lunch, dinner, welcome package, tour programme, farewell party, transportation from and to Kastrup Airport or the Central Train Station.
The Organizing Committee will arrange free transportation between Copenhagen International Airport and/or Copenhagen Main Railway Station, and Tre Falke School.
For those who choose to stay at the hostel, the transportation fee will be DKK 500,- per person, which covers transportation from Copenhagen International Airport to the hostel and back, as well as transportation from the hostel to the training venue.
The Participants in Open European Championship in RaceRunning Camp
An athlete must be at least aged 12 years on the day of the competition to compete in the senior Open European Championship. Athletes must be in cerebral palsy classes 31-34. Other disability groups can attend the camp, but can only compete in the open Cup.
Athletes must bring their own RaceRunner to compete in the European Championships.
Athletes wishing to try the experience of RaceRunner for the first time will be able to hire a RaceRunner during the week but they must contact organizers in due time to make necessary arrangements.
Size of teams
Every country has permission to bring one personal assistant per athlete, one coach, and one team manager. If you wish to bring additional people, each country is responsible for accommodation and transportation for these. It is possible to buy food for any additional guests, at DKK 150 per day.
More information can be obtained from:
Chairman of the Organizing Committee