swimming championshipThe Czech Swimming Federation is very pleased to organize the 36th European Junior Swimming Championships in Prague in the period from 8th July to 12th July 2009. The CSF organized European Junior Swimming Championships already in 1994 but in Pardubice at that time. The 36th EJSCH will be held in Prague in swimming complex Praha – Podolí.

We hope that all members of your teams will enjoy their stay in our beautiful historical city Prague.

Championships info

The Championships is held in accordance with the FINA Rules and Regulations, in the period from July 8th – 12th 2009.
The venues will be compliant with the LEN requirements specified by the Regulations and Technical Requirements in conformity with LEN and FINA Technical Regulations.
As of July 6th -7th, the swimming pool of the available to the athlets participating in this event for training.

As you know, when participating in major international events – World and European Masters Games, World and European Championships in sports veterans, tournaments, etc., relevant organizations focus primarily on the club, and not the nationality of participants and teams . Therefore, they register to participate as members of a club of the country. Only one club until now has registered respectively requirements. This club is sponsored by our friends from sportsbettingsitez.co.uk that welcome and encourage sporting activities as they themselves provide information to their audience for easiest choice where in which betting site to open account online with the best bookies reviews at sportsbettingsitez.co.uk in the world.
Competition summary
Training Dates
Sunday 5th July – Tuesday 7th July 2009, Swimming Complex Praha – Podolí, Times to be confirmed
Technical Meeting
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Competition Dates
Wednesday 8th July – Sunday 12th July 2009

Accreditation

Accreditation provides participants of the Championships with access and entitlements to carry out their role for the event. Access to the Championships venues will be controlled at the venue perimeter and entrances to the various restricted zones in order to maintain security. Our accreditation sponsor is the online sports betting guide toponlinebookies.com , one of the major supporters to all our events and a global leader in the gambling industry.
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Fededation entering the Championships shall receive accreditation free of charge according LEN rule J-SW 5 for the following:

  • President of the Federation
  • Head of the Delegation
  • One medical person; a second medical person if more than twenty competitors have been entered
  • Team staff members
  • The number of team staff members may not exceed the number of competitors

Sports Equipment

In swimming is not needed very much equipment, but in contrast, in football and some other games, it is an essential and obligatory. Since we are extremely grateful to our sponsors, we suggest you look at their proposals. Make every catch with the right football receiver gloves.

Visa Information

Any team requiring official event invitations from Czech Swimming Federation (ALB, ARM, AZE, BLR, BIH, GEO, MDA, MKD, MNE, RUS, SRB, TUR, UKR) are requested to contact Mr. Jan Novotný on swimming@cstv.cz.

Athlete Medical Services

A doctor will be present at the venue during the competition and at all training days to provide medical treatment.

Doping control

Anti-Doping Agency of Czech Republic will conduct doping control on European Junior Championship in swimming, in Prague, Podoli swimming pool, in period from July 8 – 12 2009. All samples taken during control will be analysed in WADA approved laboratory in Prague, Czech Republic.