I would like to invite you to Prague for the race with the status of Prime. The race will take place on 2nd - 3rd June 2012.
The time schedule is processed and it will be posted here as soon as possible.
You can register (sign up) here: https://docs.google.com/a/sk8slalom.cz/ ... aFBXTXc6MQ
The table with registered riders is here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub ... utput=html
Name, phone, email of contest organizer:
Pavel Holec email@example.com
, Petr Janoušek firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates of Contest:
2nd-3rd June, 2012
Title of Contest:
Prague Open 2012
Location of Contest:
Prague, Czech Republic
Number and type of events at this contest (hybrid, tight, etc):
Giant, Tight, Hybrid, Downhill :-)
Sanction status desired (check attachement):
Classes of competitors:
Open, Junior, Women
# Of runs per competitor, qualification method, bracketing method:
Giant slalom: two runs. Tight and Hybrid: two qualifying rounds, the eight best from qualification go to H2H
Entry fees (Giant, Tight, Hybrid together):
Men/Women: 700 Kč or 30 €, Juniors/Kids: 100 Kč or 4 €
Entry fees for downhill: Men/Women:
50 Kč or 2 € … The winner wins the sum of entry fee for downhill. :-)
Giant slalom (2nd June 2012): N 50° 6.19462', E 14° 25.52318'
The giant slalom will be held in the park Stromovka. The surface is slightly rough... but riders achieved speed around 35-40 km/h here last year. This is an atractive place for spectators. There will be 45-50 cones, 2,2 to 10m from centre to centre.
In the case of interest will be held race in the downhill
. Last year was hold race for longbord and slalom riders (together). The winner reached of average speed 44.6 km/h. It was longbord rider. The best slalom rider lost only 0,02s to winner.
Tight slalom, Hybrid slalom (3rd June 2012): N 50° 4.84372', E 14° 23.11573'
The Tight and Hybrid slaloms will be held in the Zátopkova street. Race will be held on the new asphalt, slope approx.: 3%. Tight will be 50 cones, 1,7 to 2,5m from centre to centre. Hybrid slalom will be 40-45 cones, 2,2-4,5m from centre to centre. Tight and Hybris slaloms will hold how dual slaloms.
Hotels via Internet booking. On Saturday evening
with free entrance, many cheap restaurants and pubs.
Saturday's party will be held at the club "Ořechovka" N 50° 5.72488', E 14° 22.85048'
. We will announce the Saturday´s results (winners) here.
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Capital city of the Czech Republic: As such, Prague houses the Czech President's office (at the Prague castle), the Senate (in the Wallenstein's palace), the Chamber of Deputies (in the Auersper's palace), various ministries and foreign Embassies.
In the heart of Europe:
Prague is located at approximately 600 km (373 miles) from the Baltic sea, 700 km (435 miles) from the North Sea and at the same distance from the Adriatic Sea.
It is close to the other Central European large cities: Vienna at 300 km (190 miles), Bratislava at 320 km (200 miles), Berlin at 350 km (220 miles), Budapest at 550 km (340 miles) and Warsaw at 630 km (390 miles).
The current administrative division (Prague 1, Prague 2...) does not necessarily correspond to the historic quarters and the old villages that were progressively incorporated to the city, and which names are still used by Prague inhabitants: for example the Prague Castle District (Hradčany), the Lesser Quarter (Malá Strana), the Old Town (Staré Město), the New Town (Nové Město), the districts of Vyšehrad, Žižkov, Vinohrady, Smichov, Letna, Holešovice, Bubeneč...
the Vltava, which runs through Prague over 31 km (19 miles).
Its German name, Moldau, is also used.
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in 1992, the historic center of Prague was added on the UNESCO Natural and Cultural World Heritage List. Almost 2000 buildings are inscribed on the National Register of Prague Intangible Cultural Monuments, among which 1440 are located within the conservation area. The major ones were classified as National Cultural Monuments.
Chief monuments: the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, Wenceslas Square... discover the must-see monuments (The Charles Bridge, The sacred shrine of the Loreto, The Saint Vitus Cathedral, The Old Royal Palace, The St George church, The Golden Lane, The two white towers of the Strahov Monastery, The Wallenstein palace, The Klementinum, The Old Town Square, The Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, Our Lady before Tyn, The St James Church, the Municipal House, the Old Jewish Cemetery…) during your stay in the Czech capital city