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  1. REGULATIONS EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES CHAMPIONSHIPS

  2. TECHNICAL DELEGATES

  3. EUC 2009 EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES CHAMPIONSHIPS

  4. REGULATIONS EUC Regulations Technical Regulations EUC Protocol Disciplinary Code

  5. EUC REGULATIONS Rights and Duties of EUSA Duties of TechnicalDelegate Rights and responsibilities of the OC Competingcountries

  6. PROTOCOL Opening Ceremony Guidelines for the medals The Awarding Ceremony Closing Ceremony

  7. DISCIPLINARY CODE Breaches of disciplineduringcompetition Breaches of disciplineoutsidecompetition

  8. TECHNICAL REGULATIONS • Based on the most recenttechnicalregulation of the ISF • Composition • Event • Programme • Entries • Delegation • Playingscheme • Draw, seeding • Financial obligations • Technicalissue

  9. INVITATION, ENTRY FORMS Sent by the EUSA office INVITATION6 MONTHS GENERAL ENTRY FORM 6 MONTHS Sent to the EUSA office GENERAL ENTRY FORM, DEPOSIT3 MONTHS Sent to the Organising Committee QUANTITATIVE ENTRY FORM 2 MONTHS NOMINATIVE ENTRY FORM 1 MONTH TRAVELLING PLAN 14 DAYS To be brought with to the Championship INDIVIDUAL ENTRY / CERTIFICATE OF ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY PASSPORT or IDENTITY CARD

  10. ENTRY PROCEDURE 2009 • Deadline General Entry forms - 3 months in advance • Payment of the deposit to EUSA: • Futsal, Handball, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Rugby 7s, Bridge, Sailing: 1000 € / team • Beach-volleyball, Table tennis, Tennis, Badminton, Golf: 300 € / team • Karate, Rowing: no deposit • Clarification of payments, number of open places, communication with »missing« countries, discussion with TD, OC, EC, etc…. - until 2 months before the EUC • Information to the member federations regarding the situation on each EUC and the number of open places is sent out (2 months in advance) .The EUC is opened for second teams from each country until the maximum number of teams is reached (entry form together with the payment of the deposit). Criteria: date of the entry (first come, first play..). • If the teams withdraw, the paid deposit will be equally shared with the Organising Committee and EUSA.

  11. ORGANISING COMMITTEE • COMPOSITION (involvement of NUSA) • RESPONSIBILITIES (accommodation, transportation, facilities, material, equipment, info system, referees…) • CONTACT PERSON ! • PROGRESS REPORT , FINAL REPORT

  12. PROGRESS REPORT • 6 MONTHS PRIOR TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP • GENERAL ORGANIZATION • Accommodation • Transportation • Accreditation • Technical aspects of the organization • The proposed timetable of the event • Sports and technical venues • The material and equipment • THE LAYOUT AND TEXT OF • Diplomas • Accreditation card • The design of the medals

  13. EUSA REPRESENTATIVES • EC REPRESENTATIVE • Chair of the SCAC • Supervision: • EUSA Entry Fee • Academic Status • Authenticity of entries • TECHNICAL DELEGATE • Ensure that the regulations are observed • Inspect the sports facilities and the equipment • Gather information relating to : • the number and performance level of the participating competitors or teams • the number and qualification of the judges and referees • devise system for the appointment of referees/umpires and judges

  14. INSPECTION VISIT • By the EUSA Technical Delegate • At least 2 months prior the event • Travel costs covered by the OC

  15. S C A C Supervision, Control and Arbitration Committee STRUCTURE • The delegate of EUSA, who shall be the Chairperson • The technical delegate of EUSA • The delegate of the NUSA • The representative of the Organising Committee • The delegate of the Medical Commission (if nominated) RESPONSIBILITIES: • the supervision and smooth running of the event • the interpretation of the regulations of EUSA • examining and dealing with any complaints or protests of a non-technical nature • taking emergency sanctions against teams or individuals who violate the regulations • supervising the organisation of the formal ceremonies

  16. TECHNICAL MEETING • EUSA EC REPRESENTATIVE • WELCOME, GENERAL INFO • EUSA TECHNICAL DELEGATE • DRAW, TECHNICAL DETAILS, SEEDINGS • ORGANISING COMMITTEE • COMPLETE INFORMATION (OPENING CEREMONY, TRANSPORTATION, CATERING, PROGRAMME…) The presence of minimum one TeamRepresentative is required!

  17. PARTICIPANTS • NOMINATIONS (by NUSA) • TEAMS PER COUNTRY • NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY • COMPOSITION OF TEAMS • NUMBER OF ATHLETS AND OFFICIALS • STATUS OF ATHLETS • EXTRA OFFICIALS • LATE WITHDRAWALS

  18. ACCREDITATION • PAYMENT OF PARTICIPATION FEE • DISTRIBUTION OF KEYS AND ALLOCATION OF ROOMS • PHOTO TAKING • EUSA REGISTRATION • PAYMENT OF ENTRY FEE • ACADEMIC STATUS CONTROL • DISTRIBUTION OF ACCREDITATIONS

  19. ACCREDITATION CARDS NAME, SURNAME GENDER SPORT UNIVERSITY COUNTRY PHOTO EUSA SIGNATURE

  20. ACCOMMODATION A host needs to provide the following: • the same standard of accommodation for all players • No more than 4 players per room, no more than 2 officials per room, single en suite rooms for EUSA officials and VIPs • En suite bathroom facilities, if student residential accommodation is being used, toilet and shower facilities must be in a ratio of 1:6 • Laundry facilities • Internet room • Info desk

  21. CATERING • Breakfast, lunch and dinnerto be taken within easy distance of either the residential accommodation or of the playing facility. Opening hours ! • The menusshould be geared towards the athletes’ nutritional requirement, and vegetarian meals must also be available upon request. Breakfast sufficient ! • The dining hallsmust be able to cope with a sitting of 50% of the championship’s participants at any one time • Peak demandbeing anticipated according to playing schedules.

  22. TRANSPORTATION • ARRIVAL POINTS – ACCREDITATION • ACCOMMODATION - SPORT FACILITIES – CATERING (SHUTTLE SYSTEM) • OPENING / CLOSING, CULTURAL EVENTS • ACCOMMODATION – DEPARTURE POINTS • VIP CARS • SPECIAL REQUESTS

  23. JUDGES AND REFEREES • Each country must bring at their own cost a referee of a national level. If not, the penalty of 1000 € has to be paid to the Organising Committee. • The Organising Committee and the respective NUSA must provide (in collaboration with the National Sports Federations) one responsible specialist for the refereeing.

  24. OPENING CEREMONY • MARCH PAST • NATIONAL ANTHEM AND FLAG RAISING • WELCOME SPEACHES • OFFICIAL OPENING • EUSA FLAG RAISING • GAUDEAMUS IGITUR • CULTURAL PROGRAMME

  25. DAILY BULLETIN INFORMATION NUMBER ONE COPY DAILY TO EUSA

  26. RESULTS • RESULTS TO BE PUBLISHED DAILY • ATTENTION: NAME OF UNIVERSITY FIRST, FOLLOWED BY COUNTRY ! University of Tallinn / EST : University of Split / CRO2:2 (1:0) • FINAL RESULTS TO BE SENT TO EUSA IMMEDIATELY

  27. CLOSING CEREMONY • FINAL MATCHES • MEDAL AWARDING CEREMONY • GAUDEAMUS IGITUR ANTHEM • LOWERING AND HANDING OVER THE EUSA FLAG • CLOSING SPEECHES

  28. FINAL REPORT WRITTEN REPORT, PHOTOS, RESULTS

  29. THANK YOU