Traditional Archery 111 article

Arrival to Bad Kleinkirchheim

(tanslated with ChatGPT)
Bad Kleinkirchheim in Carinthia will open its doors from June 21st to 29th for the participants of the 3D European Bowhunter Championships of the IFAA. An exciting program offers participants and visitors the opportunity to experience the regional beauty and hospitality of Bad Kleinkirchheim and the Nock Mountains. As of January, 1600 participants have already registered. If there is enough interest, the potential number of participants can be expanded to 2000.
There was an event on Facebook with current information for the participants, summarized by Nadine Kubenka for the TB Magazine:
Missed registration? Still register for the waiting list, if enough registrations are received, the number of participants and courses will be expanded.
Different bow? Equipment can still be changed by oneself in the registration until mid-May. After that, changes can only be made on-site if necessary. Cashless event: There will be no cash or card payments on-site. Each participant will receive a wristband with a chip, which can be recharged for free with cash or bank card in the event area. This can be used for payment at all EBHC stations. Shuttle service: All four campsites in Döbriach will be served. Information and timetables will be available online.
Event area: Large tent with flooring, including kitchen, stage, video wall, multiple stations for drinks, coffee, food distribution, info boards, and televisions. Outside, there is a large parking lot, an outdoor stage, and space for exhibitors. Warm-up: The warm-up area is approximately 80m wide x 70m deep for adults plus an additional 30m width for children. Daily warm-up will be staggered according to the courses.
Competition courses: Currently, 8 courses are planned, 12 courses would be possible. Currently, no course on the mountain is planned, yet they are challenging. If expanded, there must be at least two courses on the mountain. Each course will have rest stops and two water stations plus mobile toilet facilities. Training courses: If there are 8 courses, there will be a dedicated training course on-site. Alternatives include: BSC Middle-earth (15 minutes by car), SGS Spittal (30 minutes by car), BSC Velden (40 minutes by car), BSV Seeboden (20 minutes), BSV Steinfeld (50 minutes).
The highlight: The EBHC APP: English language. The app is not mandatory. All information will also be published in the tent on-site and on the website. After registering with your registration ID, shooters will find the following points, among others:
My Week: Competition week, course order, accessibility (bus/on foot), shooting mode.
My Group: Start number, group (members with photos), warm-up times, briefing, transportation.
My Results: Daily results, overall score, current ranking, gap and lead against the competition.
News, emergency numbers, etc.

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