ORGANISING COMMITTEE OFFICE
Förderverein Bahnradsport Frankfurt(Oder)
The UCI remains available for any further information. You can contact the UCI head office in Aigle, attention Mrs Tiziana Lardieri, Events Coordinator, Tel. +41 24 468 58 11; Fax +41 24 468 58 12 ; e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find information on our website: www.uci.ch
Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) (70 kms)
Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) (88.9 kms)
Distance from Berlin Tegel Airport to Frankfurt (Oder) is 55.2 miles / 88.9 kilometers.
10.00-14.00 / 15.00-18.00
10.30-13.30 / 15.30-18.00
08.30-13.30 / 15.30-18.00
09.30-13.30 / 15.30-18.00
11.00-13.30 / 15.30-16.30
For media accreditation requests please contact:
Ingo Messerschmidt: email@example.com
It will be possible to book the track during the days before the Official Training days. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The costs and the schedule will then be accorded.
OFFICIAL TRAINING: Saturday, 10th August to Tuesday, 13th August
The track will be open for Official Training Sessions from Saturday, 10th August to Tuesday, 13th August, from 09:00 to 19:30 with 1h30 slot per group. The detailed time schedules of the official training sessions will be established at the closing of the online registration system and published on the UCI website.
|Official Training (1 hour open to rider not competing on the day)||Warm-Up Session (50 min for rider competing only)|
|Wednesday, 14th August||09.30 – 10.30||10:30-11:20|
|Thursday, 15th August||09.30 – 10.30||10:30-11:20|
|Friday, 16th August||07.00 – 08.00||08:00-08:50|
|Saturday, 17th August||Warm up session only||08:00-09:50|
|Sunday, 18th August||Warm up session only||10:30-11:20|
Pre-competitions warm-up session: The track will open before qualifying sessions for riders competing on the day. In-between the sessions, the track will be open from the last competition until 10 minutes before the start of the finals’ session.
Reminder: The use of the derny and the use of starting blocks during the official training are not permitted. During these sessions, standing starts are permitted for single rider only. The standing start shall take place on the home straight only, in the sprinters' lane and only with the assistance of someone waving a flag at the exit of the bend.
During training and warm-up sessions, UCI Rules must be respected. The UCI Technical Delegate has the power to take the necessary measures to ensure security on the one hand and equity among the other teams on the other.
All riders must wear the national team apparel.
CONFIRMATION OF STARTERS
Date: Tuesday, 13th August 2019
Time: 10:00 – 12:00
Room: room 50
Team managers must confirm all starters, present all licenses and provide a sample of team kit.
Unless prevented by an act of God, a rider once announced as taking the start and who fails to present, shall be liable to a fine of CHF 500 to CHF 5000.
Injury or illness will not be accepted as a valid circumstance unless the rider is declared unfit to start by the official UCI doctor.
Date: Tuesday, 13th August 2019
Room: room 50
TEAM MANAGERS MEETING AND DISTRIBUTION OF RACE NUMBERS
Date: Tuesday, 13th August 2019
Room: Leisure room sports school, on the other side of the street. Is signposted
Rider numbers will be distributed at the Team Managers meeting. We request a maximum representation of two people per team attend the meeting.
Attendance is required by:
UCI Technical Delegate
Team Managers (max 2 per team)
UCI Doping Control Officer
Considering the environment, all communiqués, results and start lists will be displayed on a whiteboard in the infield. Hard copies will be distributed upon request only.
Results and start lists will be available on the timing’s website: http://mastersworlds2018.veloresults.com/
The teams must come to the OC office (room 41) to collect the keys for their container. These are located in the car park in front of the velodrome. Each container is provided with lighting. The team cabin area is covered by security 24 hours a day from August 11th.
Teams who arrive prior should contact email@example.com
It is important that teams only use the cabin allocated to them. Storage containers are allocated to teams according to the numbers of riders entered. Due to the numbers of teams entered and space limitations it will be necessary for some smaller teams to share cabins.
For a cabin a rent of 250, - EURO is paid. The is at receipt in cash to pay
A security deposit of 50 € in cash must be paid for each key. Please ensure you sign your key back in at the end of the event, Lost/unreturned keys will be charged at 50 € per key. The deposit will be returned once the team cabin has been inspected and is left in the condition in which it was issued to you. Your deposit will not be returned if there is any damage to the team cabin and you may incur additional repair costs if the damage exceeds the initial deposit.
Teams will be able to access the storage compound from Saturday 10th August until Sunday, 18th August from 08:00 to 22:00.
Track center pens will be available from Friday 09th August at 17:00.
Team pens are allocated in the track centre taking into account the size of each team. Space is limited so please keep to your allocated area. Teams are reminded that the team storages are to be used for the storage of equipment not required for competition in that session.
Fire Regulations insist that corridors in the track are maintained for emergency evacuation purposes. To ensure the track center can be cleared quickly and safely in an emergency please ensure equipment does not excessively narrow or block walkways.
Team Pens will have one table and chairs. No furniture is to be removed from the allocated pit, from the infield.
Teams pits will be powered with 230V, standard 2-pin outlet. The venue requires that all electrical equipment meets European Standards to meet safety requirements. Please do not plug extension leads into this socket or kettles, coffee machines or fan heaters as they use high power consumption and may cause the supply to fail.
Wifi will be available for teams in the velodrome. Password will be given onsite.
An area will be provided for sports analysis on the back straight. This area will need to be shared by teams. Positions will not be booked nor reserved for any team. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: NF will not be able to set up their own wireless networks as they interfere with other equipment in use.
There are male and female changing rooms and shower facilities available at the velodrome on the ground floor. Please follow the directional signage.
Athletes and staff are free to sit in the grand stands on the area marked as such. They are placed by folder. There are no seat numbers.
The teams shall use the parking reserved for them. Each team will receive 2 passes for the parking and will have to display them clearly behind the windshield. Vehicles that do not comply with the rules may be removed without notice by the pound. The costs will be borne by the team. All other vehicles must be parked in other designated parking lots.
Length: 250 metres
Width: 7.09 metres
Maximum inclination: 41.5° (turns)
Minimum inclination: 13.5° (straights)
Oderlandhalle, Stendaler Str. 26, 15234 Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Estimated durations for each competition phases may be amended according to the number of entries.
The detailed competition schedule will be published on the UCI Website on due time.
Riders of the same national team must wear identical racing shorts during the same event, except for advertising space included in a lateral band 9 cm wide, which may differ from one rider to another. This means that National Federations must also provide their riders with national racing shorts.
Team Managers must therefore present the national apparel to the College of Commissaires at the confirmation of participants.
The World Champion, the second and the third placed riders shall be ready for the official ceremony that shall be conducted under the responsibility of the Chief Commissaries. For team events, the additional reserve rider will be allowed on the podium (art. 9.1.045).
Riders shall appear in racing attire, wearing their national jerseys but bare-headed and without headband or glasses, until they leave the official ceremony enclosure.
As per art. 9.1.050, a World Champion may not wear the jersey identifying his title and bearing the regulation advertisement of his main sponsor(s) until, at earliest, the day following that on which he received it. Any infringement of the provisions of articles 9.1.044 to 9.1.050 above shall be punished by a fine of CHF 2’000 to CHF 10’000. A higher fine may be imposed depending on the advantage derived from the offence.
Besides, it is reminded that the right to the rainbow colours remains the exclusive property of the UCI, including the design of the World Champion’s jersey. Strict rules must be observed in the manufacture of your World Champion’s jersey (UCI Jersey Guidelines). It is thus compulsory to have the jersey and other equipment using the rainbow colours approved by the UCI prior to manufacture, otherwise severe penalties may be imposed (art. 1.3.072). Accordingly, the designs (jersey, equipment, etc.) must be sent to the UCI Track Department for approval via the following e-mail address: email@example.com
|Individual Events and Madison*||Men||Women|
Doping Control tests will be carried out by the 2015 Anti-doping Rules of the UCI and CADF procedures and instructions.
Riders selected for anti-doping will be identified on a list by their race number or their ranking. If applicable, the list will be posted on the infield and at the entrance of the doping control station immediately after the race.
The riders selected for the controls will be notified by a chaperon; the notified rider shall remain within sight of the chaperon at all times from the moment of in-person notification until the completion of the sample collection procedure.
Even if there are chaperons present, ultimately IT IS THE RIDERS’ RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK IF THEY HAVE BEEN SELECTED FOR ANTI-DOPING CONTROLS.
A team of doctors and paramedics will be present throughout official training and competition. The team will be based in the track centre during official training and racing.
The medical team will be available at the following times:
Saturday, 10th August 09:00-19:30
Sunday, 11th August 09:00-19:30
Monday, 12th August 09:00-19:30
Tuesday, 13th August 09:00-19:30
Wednesday, 14th August 09:30 – 20:00
Thursday, 15th August 09:30 – 19:30
Friday, 16th August 08:00 – 21:00
Saturday, 17th August 09:00 – 20:30
Sunday, 18th August 09:30 – 18:30
Outside official training and competition times, emergency medical care is available by dialling 112 (emergency only).
Klinikum Frankfurt(Oder) Müllroser Chaussee 7, 15236 Frankfurt(Oder)
Telefon: +49 335 5 48-0
Fax: +49 335 5 48-2003
Fire department 112
Whilst out on the roads remember to not drive on the high way. After dark you will require a front and back light fitted to your bike. Red traffic signal lights mean “stop”. Ensure you adhere to all road signs and do not ride on the footway, this is illegal and may result in a fine. Please make sure you have your ID with you when you are outside the venue.
The following people have been appointed by the UCI Management Committee:
LAPPARTIENT Jérôme (FRA), Président
POMARIO Wayne (CAN), Judge-Referee
GENSHEIMER Andreas (GER), Starter
VALENTE MARTINS Paula (POR), Secretary
ARCILA ECHEVERRI Hector Fabio (COL), Member
POLLARD Philip (GBR), Member
MARTINEZ BOADAS Jordi (ESP), Member
OFFICIAL DOCTOR: UCI DOCTOR
BIGARD Xavier (FRA)
DOPING CONTROL OFFICERS
NIJMEIJER Jan (NED)
BYRNE Declan (IRL)
If you need further information about the World Championships, please contact the following persons:
Ms Maité Morend, UCI Track Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sporting and technical aspects:
Ms Monia Turin, UCI Track Coordinator (email@example.com), Mobile phone: 0041 79 518 64 07
Organisation Website: https://jwm-frankfurt.de/en/
UCI Website: https://www.uci.org/track/events/junior-track-world-championships
Each Federation/Team is responsible to obtain the appropriate entry documentation for their delegation.
In order to expedite your visa application, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or to request an official letter of invitation for riders/officials. A copy of the respective passenger’s passport (in .jpg or .pdf format) must accompany the email. (Please remember to bring this invitation letter with you when travelling to Germany).
It is strongly recommended that visa applications are lodged well in advance of your intended date of travel, recommended no less than 3 weeks before. Please note that ALL participants entering must be in possession of a valid passport with a minimum of 3 months validity from the date of departure of Switzerland or any other Schengen country.
All participants (included but not limited to team officials, riders and their assistants) must bear their own responsibility for any injury, accident and/or loss that may occur during their stay in Germany while taking part in the championships. Participants should organise insurance before leaving their country in order to protect themselves against any loss and to indemnify themselves against any claims.