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3. Venue Management. The Venue Manager is responsible for : Course Design Construction Management of the Venue. Venue Technical Organisation Chart. Course Design: Overall. The ideal course:

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3 venue management

3. Venue Management

  • The Venue Manager is responsible for:
  • Course Design
  • Construction
  • Management of the Venue
slide3
Course Design: Overall
  • The ideal course:
  • Maximise television and spectator-friendly element without compromising safety and fairness
  • Features a transition is a stadium-like setting
  • Hard fencing in key area: swim start, swim exit, transition, finish chute, medical area, etc.
slide6
Swim Start
  • Essential Elements:
  • Start Platform Specification
  • Defined areas: assembly of athletes, spectators, VIPs
  • Media and television:
slide8
Swim Course Design
  • Ideal conditions
  • 2 laps – 300m to first turn
  • Curves – no sharp angles
  • Beach Turns – well marked
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Swim Exit
  • Critical Elements
  • 5 metres wide
  • Carpeted
  • Timing mats hidden from view
  • Ideal branding location
  • Consider AWAD athletes
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Transition Area Design
  • Transition Area: Essential Elements
  • Adequate rack space for all athletes
  • Straight flow lines – no corners
  • Stadium setting which includes bike and run course and the finish line.
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Bike Course Design
  • Essential Elements
  • Certified course measurement – 40km
  • Minimum 5m wide
  • Clean, well-maintained road surfaces
  • Technical Challenges: hill, no 180o corners
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Run Course Design
  • Essential Elements
  • Certified course measurement – 10km
  • Minimum width – 3m
  • Clean, well-maintained surfaces
  • Technical Challenges: hill, no 180o corners
slide18
Finish Line Design
  • Essential Elements
  • Finish Gantry: width, sponsor positions
  • Finish Chute: minimum of 100m – no sharp corners
  • Media Stand – 4 tiers, 15m from finish line
  • Mixed Zone with Backdrop
  • Grandstands
  • A quality PA on elevated stand
  • Medical and Doping Control
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Announcers and PA System
  • Essential Elements
  • Certified Event Announcer
  • High quality PA system: swim start, stadium setting
  • Finish Chute: minimum of 100m – no sharp corners
  • Information for announcer from the swim course and major areas on the course.
slide22
Medal Presentation Area Design
  • Essential Elements
  • Podium placement: VIPs, spectators, media
  • Podium Dimensions
  • Podium Background
slide24
Race Medical Specifications
  • Essential Elements
  • Athlete Medical: on course and recovery area
  • Spectator Medical
  • Doping Control
slide26
VIP - Sponsor Hosting Area
  • Essential Elements
  • Good view of transition, laps and finish
  • Food and beverage services
  • Ambience: plants, flowers, internet with results
slide28
Other Essential Areas
  • Venue Manager: off course areas - 1
  • Volunteer Area Specification
  • Security and Accreditation
  • Venue Control Centre: Communications
slide29
Other Essential Areas
  • Venue Manager: off course areas - 2
  • Venue Headquarters on site
  • Sport Expo Facilities
  • Spectator Food Services
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Other Essential Areas
  • Venue Manager: off course areas - 3
  • Live Coverage, Timing and Results
  • Television Production
  • Portable Toilets
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