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World Archery Field Championships

World Archery Field Championships. Val d’Isère – France 14 – 19 August 2012 Report FITA Congress 2 July 2011 TORINO. Organisation. French Archery Association (Fédération Française de Tir à l’arc) City of Val d’Isère (commune de Val d’isère) Club des Sports of Val d’Isère

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World Archery Field Championships

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  1. World Archery Field Championships Val d’Isère – France 14 – 19 August 2012 Report FITA Congress 2 July 2011 TORINO

  2. Organisation • French Archery Association (Fédération Française de Tir à l’arc) • City of Val d’Isère (commune de Val d’isère) • Club des Sports of Val d’Isère Under convention from 2009 to 2012 FFTA Mr Philippe BOUCLET FFTA President City of Val d’Isère Mr Marc BAUER Mayor of Val d’Isère Club des sports Mr Jean Lou COSTERG Club des sports President

  3. Poster of the World Archery Field Championships Design of the Poster Elements : • The mountains • The eagle symbol of Val d’isere • Compound archer : Kevin Wilkey – Silver medalist at WC 2010 • One target suggested with arrrows in the center

  4. Situation Val d’Isère 1800m alt Mountain village / sport resort Touristic capacity 27965 beds Savoie land 373 258 hab – 60 sport resorts 21 millions touristic nights Région Rhône Alpes Sport and economic region 5 644 100 hab – 8 lands – bi cities: Lyon, Grenoble, Chambery, Annecy

  5. leitmotiv Val d’Isere: Promote and combine the way of life in an authentic mountain village With high level sport Last main events hosted by Val d’Isere: National Master FITA Championships 2010 World ski Championships 2009 National Compound championship 2009 National MTB Cup 2003 & 2009 Tour de France 2007 National chest Championship 2004 +50 years Ski world Cup

  6. Travel and transport The delegations will be welcomed by LOC on their arrivals at following places • By air: 2 international airports, Lyon Saint Exupéry, Genève CointrinBy train: high speed train till Bourg Saint Maurice (32kms) Public buses + dedicated buses shuttle for the 7 days of event Car rental company: Avis, Europcar • By Car: highway to Moutiers(60 kms)

  7. FITA field championship shuttle • Pick up • Geneva Airport : 3h • Lyon Airport: 3h10 • Chambery Railway station: 2h • Bourg Saint Maurice Station: 45’ • This service will be : • Delivered by a partner coach company • On service for official arrival / departure days • On pre-registration basis only • To be paid (price communicate in the official invitation)

  8. Car free event Val d’Isère: Keep the objective to live a car free event in this authentic environment: - All facilities in 10’ walking maximum - Free shuttles for officials and participants

  9. Accommodation Hotels: Among the total capacity of 2500 beds, the hotels open all summer season long • 4*: 60 rooms • 3*: 171 rooms • 2*: 94 rooms • Apartments: 3799 beds available in the agencies • Apartment hotel: 4580 beds in total • Private : 574 beds • One camping Package all in one possible: hotel services, summer activities, lift tickets. All at less than 10’ walking to the field. Parking for free in the summer season

  10. Previsional program Sunday 12th August welcome, accreditation, unofficial training 14.00 to 18.00 Monday 13th welcome, accreditation 10.00 to 17.00 Equipment control 10.00 to 13.00 Team Captains meeting 14.00 opening ceremony 17.00 to 19.00 Tuesday 14th Warm up 8.00 Setting 9.30 1st Qualification round 10.00 to 16.00 Wednesday 15th Warm up 8.00 Setting 9.30 2nd Qualification round 10.00 to 16.00 Thursday 16th Warm up 8.00 Setting 9.30 1st elimination round 10.00 to 13.00 2nd elimination round 14.00 to 17.00 Friday 17th Warm up 8.00 ¼ final 8 targets (team) 10.00 to 12.00 ½ final 4 targets (team) 13.00 to 14.00 Final 4 target (team) 14.00 to 15.30 Podium 16.00 Saturday 18th Warm up 9.00 ½ final 10.00 to 12.30 final ( individual) 12.30 to 14.30 closure ceremony and podium 15.00 Diner 20.00 Sunday 19th departure of delegation

  11. 3 Courses Venue of “la Daille”: 2 courses on one ring along the river and in the wood, a real natural place. Maximum 80m vertical drop. The spectators are behind the line of shooting • Warm up area: 15 targets (5 to 60m) • Course 1: 24 targets • Course 2: 24 targets Bellevarde venue : • Located in the village of Val d’Isere. Famous place of the World Skiing Championships. • Venue of the finals within the leisure park. Maximum spectators visibility • Course 3 ( individual finals): 2x4 targets Targets fawofield or other – complete signposting system Score board and TV wall

  12. Courses 1 and 2, main venue

  13. Tests Events 2010: National Masters Championships FITA70m&Filed 8-12 August 2010 2011: National Scratch Field Championship 5-7 august 2011

  14. Club des sports Course 3 for finals

  15. Facilities • Equipment repair booth with partners of event • First aid: local first aid and firemen division • Food and beverage: temporary bar and permanent restaurant (capacity for all officials) • Storage close to registration place and rest area • Access for wheel chair: course 1 & 3 • Other sport activities: mountain walking ( lift open), swimming pool and wellness center, tennis, horse riding, fishing, Via Ferrata • Toilets

  16. Regulations • International Judges: travel and local living expenses charged to the local OC according to the FITA rules. • FITA event team and officers: accommodation delivered according to the FITA rules. • Antidoping: contract with the “AFLD” l’Agence Française de Lutte antidopage (World Ski Championships, Tour de France…)

  17. Administration • Liability insurance contracted by the LOC • Official invitation by LOC for visa. • No specific regulations for importation of bows and arrows in France. • Medical insurance contracted for LOC staff and collaborators; each FITA member associations must present a significant medical insurance for their officials. (EC members use the E111 form)

  18. Communication plan • Production of official logo • Posters and flyers in the clubs, shops and cities around • Bill boarding 4x3 • Radio campaign on regional channel • Special insert (tabloid) in regional newspaper • Reportage in national archery magazine • Press releases • Regional TV sponsorship • Production for news access (all channel) • Web site : Space in the Club des Sports website www.valsport.com

  19. Ressources • FFTA: Fédération Française de Tir à l’arc • Secretarial work • Technical advisor • Press • Expert Volunteers from clubs and regional committee • Val d’Isère: • Administration: Club des Sports; permanent staff • Communication: Tourism Office • Technical and logistic: Club des Sports and Technical Service of Val d’Isere. Usual supplier of organizing committee. • Workers: 100 permanents volunteers • FITA: • Technical delegates • judges

  20. Coming deadlines • Report : FITA congress 2nd July 2011, Torino • Local committee – Fédération Française de Tir à l’arc agreement signature: 5th august 2011, • National Archery Field Championships 5 – 7 august 2011, • Communication of provisional detailed budget after FITA inspection • Invitation Package October 2011

  21. Thank you for your attention ! And see you soon in Val d’Isère

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