Organisation

Arrival: 20th of June 2012
Programme: 21st – 24th of June 2012
Departure: 24th of June 2012
City: Brno, Czech Republic (www.brno.cz)
Accommodation: Cichnova Accommodation
Kocianka Accommodation
Airports: Prague, Czech Republic (230km from Brno)
Vienna, Austria, (140 km from Brno)
Bratislava, Slovakia (135 km from Brno)

Transport from/to the airport can be provided by the local organiser. Costs for the transport depend on the number of persons in the team and the airport of arrival. For further information contact the organizing committee.

Local Transport: Local transport is provided free of charge; paid by the European Paralympic Committee. A schedule will be distributed after arrival.
Visa: For Visa Services, please contact the Czech embassy in your country and check if you require a visa to be able to enter the Czech Republic.

If you require specific documentation from the local organising committee, please contact the relevant personnel

Entry Fee: The Entry is free of charge as it is paid by the European Paralympic Committee and includes:

  • Accommodation: Full board (breakfast, lunch/lunch boxes, dinner)
  • Local transport
  • Opening and closing ceremony
  • Workshops and seminars
  • T-shirts and small presents
Age: Under 20 (born 1992 and younger)
Insurance: Each NPC/IOSD/IF is responsible for all relevant insurances relating to their team.
Regulations: IPC rules will be applied for swimming but is it not sanctioned by IPC Swimming. Results will not be included into the IPC rankings. All other sports will be run as exhibition events.
Medical Service: There will be medical service at each sport venue.
Refreshment: Water will be provided at each sport venue by the organiser.
Classification: There will be NO classification held during the EPC Youth Games 2012.
Events: Sports & events will be divided into two categories: “Masters Category” for athletes with IPC classifications and “Open Category” for athletes without the IPC classification.
National teams: The teams should not exceed 35 members, including staff and athletes (including physically challenged, visually impaired, CP and intellectual disability according to the relevant sports).
Assistance: Each country will be assisted by a volunteer who will help participants during the whole stay at the EPC Youth Games.
Accreditation: Accreditation is at the accommodation and starts after arrival.