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Akkreditering - atletik

Tirsdag d. 28. marts 2006

EAA News

Date: 28.03.2006

Göteborg 2006 Media Accreditation – DEADLINE 31 MARCH

19th European Athletics Championships
Gothenburg, Sweden, 7-13 August 2006

Media Accreditation

The deadline for written press and photographer accreditation applications for the 2006 European Athletics Championships (7-13 August, Gothenburg/SWE) is Friday 31 March 2006.

After 31 March media accreditation and accommodation cannot be guaranteed so we urge you to complete your application as soon as possible via the media online accreditation system. As the number of hotel rooms available in Gothenburg is limited we strongly recommend that you book rooms in one of the official media hotels through the online system by 31 March.

Telecommunications facilities can be booked directly with the LOC’s telecommunications partner Telia at www.telia.se/ech2006. Please note that the prices for these facilities will increase on 1 April 2006, we therefore recommend that you book by the accreditation deadline of 31 March.

A quota system is in operation for written press and photographers at the Championships. European media should contact the national athletics federation in their country to request an individual username and password and the link to the media online accreditation system. Media from outside Europe or representing international news agencies (AFP, AP, Reuters) should contact EAA Communication Manager Emily Lewis on emily.lewis@european-athletics.org.

Please note that official conformation of accreditation and accommodation will be sent by the LOC by the end of May 2006.

Any broadcast media who have not already requested accreditation should contact tvmedia@goteborg2006.com.

More information about the 19th European Athletics Championships is available at http://www.goteborg2006.com and http://www.european-athletics.org

Source: EAA