Media Manual - Granada 2015

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Media Manual - Granada 2015
1. WINTER UNIVERSIADE GRANADA 2015
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1.1 INTRODUCTION
Dear friends,
For the members of the Organising Committee of the Winter Universiade Granada 2015, it is an honour to host you in our city. Through this guide, we would like
to introduce you into an event in which we have worked with enthusiasm, as the
Universiade represents a great opportunity for us.
From time immemorial, both Winter sports and University have been a symbol
of identity of Granada. For this reason, we cannot imagine a better event than the
Winter Universiade we are introducing in this manual. Granada 2015 will be a window to show the world our province, in an audience especially important for us:
university students. We would not like to forget the legacy this event will leave regarding knowledge and promotion of sport, principles we share deeply with the International University Sports Federation. Concerning ice sports, the Universiade will
bequeathe an important legacy, as Winter sports in Granada will come full circle.
As other sports events, this Universiade has overcome some difficulties. Fortunately, the experience through decades organizing international high level and
very demanding sports events, has left an important legacy in this city regarding
organizational skills. As an example, the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in
1996 left timeless memories in the province, as well as the recent ISSF World Shooting Championships or the FIBA Basketball World Cup. They all left an important
mark, as we are sure the Winter Universiade will do.
I would like to reiterate my gratitude for counting on your presence. You are
also the Universiade.
Welcome!
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José HURTADO
Ignacio PIPÓ
Alejandro Molina
President Granada
Universiade 2015
Granada Universiade
2015 CEO
Communication Director
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1.2 ORGANISING COMMITTEE
SUPREME BOARD (EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE)
WINTER UNIVERSIADE GRANADA 2015
Antonio Rico
Information Technology
Miguel Aguado
Web and Multimedia
Roberto Romera
Observer Program
Mr. José Torres Hurtado
Mayor of Granada and President of the 27th WUGOC
Elena España
Finance and Administration
Mr. Francisco González Lodeiro
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Granada and
Vice-President of the 27th WUGOC
Carlos López
Event Services
Mrs. Susana Díaz Pacheco
President of the Regional Government of Andalusia
Javier Carrión
Administration and Services
Mr. Sebastián Pérez Ortiz
President of the Granada Provincial Council
Francisco Puente
Finance services
Mr. Miguel Cardenal Carro
President of the Spanish Sports Council
Guillermo Gazo
NUSF Accommodation & Transportation
Miguel Ángel Gallo
Medical Services/ Doping Control
José Martín
Health Services at Venues
FUNCTIONAL AREAS AND DEPARTMENTS
Ignacio Pipó
CEO
Javier Luna
Secretary General
Felisa Magaña
Sierra Nevada Coordinator
Juan García
Volunteers & Training
Adrián González
Secretary of Volunteers Training Office
Ignacio Valenzuela
Marketing & Sponsorship
Jose Miguel Ocaña
Look of the Games
Alejandro Molina
Communication and Media
Javier Morales
Communication and Media assistant
Santiago Sevilla
Sierra Nevada Press Offices
Ceremonies, Protocol & Cultural Events
Jose Luis Carmona
Sports and Venues Operations
Sport Operations
David Rodríguez
Ceremonies, Protocol & Cultural Events
Eduardo Arenas
Infrastructure and Assembly
Antonio Egea
Facilities Maintenance
Granada Press Offices
Ernesto Martínez
TV & Media
Noelia Trujillo
International Relations
Berta Montes
International Relations - International Technical Officials
Angela Barna
Accreditations
Marina García
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SPORTS AND VENUES OPERATIONS
Michela Filippi
Snowboard Competition Manager
Sports Coordinator
José Cervi
Isa García
Ice Sports Coordinator assistant
Diego Pozzatti
Short Track Competition Manager
Alejandro Alonso
Short Track support
Carme Nadeu
Figure Skating Competition Manager
Oscar Dominguez
Figure skating support
Frank González
Ice Hockey Coordinator
José Arjona
Ice Hockey support
Sergi Giménez
Ice Hockey M Competition Manager
Patxi Lagarda
Ice Hockey W Competition Manager
Fernando Martín
Curling Venue Manager
Marta Lozano
Curling Venue and Competition Manager assistant
Juan Antonio Lao
Sport Support and Human Resources (Curling)
Jordi Joan Mercadé
Competition Support and Umpires (Curling)
Eduardo de Paz
Curling Competition Manager
María José López
Snow Sports Coordinator
María José Rienda
OC Sport Race Office & Information Consultant
Evelio González
Snow Sports: Judges, Regulations & Referees Consultant
Francisco Vicente
Olmo Hernán
SB – Snowboard Cross Competition Manager
SB - Half-Pipe Competition Manager
FR - Half-Pipe Competition Manager
Kiko Rincón
SB - Slope Style Competition Manager
Carlos Berges
FR - Ski Cross Competition Manager
Freestyle Competition Manager
Gustavo Wilhelmi
FR - Moguls Competition Manager
FR - Slope Style Competition Manager
José Manuel Huertas
Snow Sports: Race Office & Information Consultant
Venues & Sports Sites Management
Eduardo Valenzuela
Sierra Nevada General Venue Manager (Snow Sports)
Víctor Torrecillas
Sierra Nevada Venue Manager Assistant (Snow Sports)
Rosa Sánchez
Granada Sports Palace Venue Manager (Ice Hockey M)
Carlos Casas
Mulhacén Pavilion Venue Manager (Ice Hockey W)
Fernando Martín
Fuentenueva Pavilion Venue Manager (Curling)
José Francisco Sánchez
Universiade Igloo Venue Manager (Short Track / Figure
Skating)
Snow Sports: Results & Services Consultant
Venues and Sports Sites Management
Sierra Nevada Competition Coordinator
Alpine Skiing Competition Manager
José Frias
AS - Alpine Combined Competition Manager
AS - Super G Competition Manager
SB - Parallel Giant Slalom Competition Manager
Enrique J. Puga
AS - Giant Slalom Competition Manager
AS - Slalom Competition Manager
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1.3 CEDU
WINTER UNIVERSIADE GRANADA 2015
1.4 COMPETITION PROGRAMME
Created by ministerial order on December 20th, 1988, the CEDU (Spanish Committee of University Sports) is represented by all the institutions involved: CSD (Spanish Sport Council), regional governments, the Spanish council of universities, and
the universities.
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1.5 UNIVERSIADE BRAND IMAGE
Emblems of the 27th Winter Universiade Granada 2015
LOGO
The logo of the Granada Winter Universiade is composed of an Isotype and the
written name of the event. Five interlaced curved bars recall the letter “U”, to be
easily associated to the word Universiade.
Under the logo, the writing GRANADA 2015 UNIVERSIADA DE INVIERNO is displayed, using the typology Gotham. The logo is completed by the 5 stars of the
FISU, partial and horizontally superimposed, representing the 5 pillars of Granada
2015:
Blue:Knowledge
Yellow:Sport
Black:Culture
Green:Environment
Red:Youth
In the English version of the logo, the text order has been reversed to keep the
proportion in the design.
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OFFICIAL MASCOT
Designed by Pablo Uncetabarrenechea, UGGi is a Spanish Ibex that transmits values like strength, skill and nobility, all linked to sport. Asymmetry in the eyes is
given to make it friendlier. It carries the five-star logo in its chest. Its name, UGGi
is an easily-pronounced acronym for the words Universiade, Granada and Invierno
(Winter in Spanish).
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GRANADA 2015 AMBASSADORS
Granada 2015 Ambassadors broadcast the event worldwide. Their excellent image,
supported by a spotless career in their respective fields, makes them the best
representatives of the Universiade.
Beyond the competition, the ambassadors are committed to the values of sport
and the dissemination of culture, aspects that constitute the essence of a Universiade.
María José Rienda
6 victories in Alpine
Skiing World Cup
Carolina Ruiz
Spanish Alpine Skiing
Team member
Miguel Puertas.
Dakar Motorbike Pilot
IMAGE MANAGEMENT
The first target of the Marketing and Sponsorship activities is to develop a creative
strategy which is able to create high visibility and to communicate efficiently, in
order to gain an image of easily recognizable impact.
The organization of the Winter Universiade, in 2015, belongs to a promotional
strategy pursued by Granada over the years, aiming at the organization of great
international sporting events, with a high level of media visibility, to promote Granada’s culture, identity, highlights, touristic offer and the fact that Granada is a cultural district. Taking into account the media importance of this event, a look of high
visual impact has been designed using attractive forms and colors. The design of
all communication and promotional materials as well as the facilities of the venues
are attuned to the characteristics of the event look, young & modern, and can be
therefore easily associated with the Universiade.
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WELCOME TO GRANADA
2.1 GRANADA
The province of Granada covers an area of 12.647 km2 and is inhabited by more
than 925,000 people. The city is located in the eastern part of the depression of
Granada, at the foothills of the National Park of Sierra Nevada.
With over a thousand years of history, Granada is one of the cities with the largest
cultural heritage. The Alhambra, the Albaicin or Sierra Nevada are the icons of a
province with innumerable natural and artistic treasures.
Over half an hour drive leads the visitor to the Mediterranean Sea. In spring it is
even possible to ski and enjoy the beach in the same day.
Tourism is the principal driver behind Granada’s economy, because of its monuments and the closeness of its professional ski resort -about a million skiers come to
Sierra Nevada each season-, and the historic area known as La Alpujarra. Amongst
its historical buildings, the Alhambra is one of the largest in the country, named
World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, along with the Gardens of the Generalife
and Albaicin. The Cathedral is considered the first Renaissance church in Spain.
Over five centuries, the University of Granada has deeply influenced the character of the city. It currently has more than 60,000 students annually, and receives
another 20,000 in additional courses. It has 3,650 teachers. The institution is a
benchmark for foreign students and has become one of the most popular among
young people of the Erasmus program.
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2.2 SIERRA NEVADA
The National and Natural Park of Sierra Nevada has the two highest peaks of the
Iberian Peninsula: the Mulhacén (3,842 m) and the Veleta (3,392 m). It was declared Reserve of the Biosphere by the UNESCO in 1986, Natural Park in 1989 and,
finally, National Park in 1999.
Sierra Nevada, Sulayr, the mountain of the sun as it was called by the Muslims, it is a
giant, compact mass that holds up to twenty peaks above 3,000 meters, including
Mulhacen -3482 meters, the highest point of the Iberian Peninsula.
Sighted from the north, from the depression of Granada, a relief of ridged peaks
can be seen in the horizon. The footsteps of the Quaternary glacial erosion, the
southernmost of the European continent, come into focus. And in the inside,
unique and spectacular valleys embossed in “U”, cirques, lagoons, lateral moraines
and summits, such as the Laguna de la Caldera, can be enjoyed.
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We should not forget its fauna and its flora. It has 2100 catalogued vegetal species, 65 being exclusive species: the stars of snows, the poppy of the mountain
range, cammomile and the violet of Sierra Nevada. This alpine area, located in the
heart of Andalusia, has an abundant fauna with more than 60 species of birds and
diverse mammals like the ibex - which is relatively easy to see jumping between
the snow-white stones of the summit. Also, the common small mole and the weasels stand out. The numerous springs, water-bearing streams, rivers and aquifers
receive the frozen water from the high summits during the thaw, giving greater
splendor to the landscape and the towns of the Alpujarra. This area is suitable
for the practice of sports like trekking or to walk in one of the diverse routes that
cross the park: the Vereda de la Estrella, the itinerary of the Trevélez River or the
Capileira-Mulhacén.
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2.2.1 OTHER NATURAL PARKS IN GRANADA
The province of Granada has a great diversity of natural, as well as a great amount
of places of a rich environmental value.
In all of them a great variety of vegetal species and animals can be found, many of
them endemic.
Sierra de Huétor Natural Park
The Sierra de Huétor Natural Park is very near to the city of Granada, situation that
has turned it into a space of relaxation. Its extension occupies 12,128 hectares and
it is placed between 1,100 and 1,900 m of altitude. The limestone nature of its soil
gives way to landscapes of incredible beauty with mountainous elevations, narrow ravines, edges, calares and streams. The karstic formation like the Agua cave
stands out. The water has a special importance in this place as like tool to shape
the landscape, as well as generator of life. From the well-known Fuente Grande of
Alfacar to the Canal of Aynadamar, the water was taken to the Albaicín in Arab
period and is still today, to the gardens and fountains of the Alhambra. About the
vegetation, the Sierra de Huetor Natural Park is covered by forests of pine groves,
as well as by great spots of Holm oak forests, some quejigales and forests of oaks
and maples. Its fauna also has wealth, with great variety of mammals like the ibex,
the wild boar, the fox, the gineta, the weasel and the wild cat. Also, we found a
great amount of prey birds like the royal eagle, the azor and the royal owl. The implication of this area in the protection of its fauna can be seen thanks to the work
made by the Recovery Centre of Threatened Species of Las Mimbres.
The Mountain range of Baza Natural Park
The Mountain range of Baza Natural Park is located in a place of incomparable
beauty between two extensive plains that correspond to the Hoya de Guadix-Granada and the Llanos of El Marquesado. There are many testimonies that say that it
was an area already populated from very old times. Thus, it is necessary to emphasize to the visitor the paintings in the rock from the Palaeolithic period found in the
Jabalcon mount. About the fauna, the park has a rich community of birds, the prey
birds standing out among them, like the royal eagle or the royal owl, great amount
of small mammals like the wild cat or the badger, and small reptiles and amphibians
that inhabit the groves of the rivers: common frog, snake... About the vegetation,
it changes as we go up. Stand out as native species the oaks, the thorny scrub,
the quejigos and the maples. Stand out the repopulations of the laricio pine and
the carrasco pine. It is of great importance from the botanical point of view the
community of thyme, unique species in the mountainous area, located in the called
Blanquizares, as well as the Prados del Rey, with beautiful humid landscapes of
high mountain that nourish of numerous streams and springs. We must not forget
that the park is furrowed by small streams and rivers that in their majority spill their
waters in the Baza River.
Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama Natural Park
The Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama National Park is located between the
provinces of Granada and Málaga, creating a natural border between them. Its history is full of legend on smuggling, forbidden activities, rebellion and resistance to
the established order. This park has great similarities with the mountainous massifs
of the north of Spain, with which it shares an impressive morphology dominated
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by steep slopes, acute crests and deep ravines. It has very high peaks, like the Maroma, of 2,068 meters. Among its flora, species like the carrasco pine, the palmito,
revientacabras or the boxwood stand out. Finally, in its fauna we can find squirrels,
ibex and prey birds.
The Sierra de Castril Natural Park
The Sierra de Castril Natural Park is located within the municipal term of the same
name. One of the most outstanding things of the park is its orography, shaped
thanks to the limestone composition of its ground, to the great amount of rain in
the summits and to the action of the water and the wind. Due to all of this, there
are a great amount of caves, grottos and galleries in this natural place, where the
Muerto cave and the Don Fernando cave, the biggest in length and depth, with the
Colada hall, stand out.
About its vegetation, in the higher points of the park can be find salgareño pine
surrounded by sabinas, junipers, quejigos and maples. Its fauna is also very abundant, with unique species in the Iberian Peninsula as they are certain butterflies
and musgaño of Cabrera, a mammal with aspect of mouse, very difficult to spot. In
their walls the leonado vultures, the peregrine falcon and the Egyptian vulture nest.
About the mammals, the ibex stands out.
Other natural spaces
- NATURAL PLACE MARO-CERRO GORDO CLIFFS. Located in the Tropical Coast,
it is a coastal relief of 395 hectares formed by the erosion where the Sierra de Almijara is opened to the Mediterranean Sea. In its marine depths valuable prairies
of posidonia grow. It is an area of high ecological value, ideal to practice scuba
diving.
- LA SAGRA. It has the highest summits of Andalusia after Sierra Nevada, placed
behind the Mountain ranges of Cazorla and Segura. The landscape that surrounds
it has very marked contrasts, passing from an almost steppe vegetation in some
areas to remarkable forests of pines and oaks.
- SIERRA DE ORCE. It houses deposits of great paleonthological and archaeological importance, like Venta Micena.
- SIERRA GORDA- LOJA. This karstic modelled example, ideal of for the practice
of the free fall, is used as habitat, in the well-known area known as El Charco del
Negro, to species like the gallipato.
- SIERRA DE LOS GUÁJARES. First mountainous step that, along with the Sierra
de Lújar, works as a bridge between the sea and the south western slope of Sierra
Nevada. Its cultivation system in terraces recalls the Muslim inheritance.
- SIERRA DE LÚJAR. This mountainous relief of the Alpujarra allows the lovers of
the free flight to land in the coast.
- SIERRA DE LA CONTRAVIESA. In the heart of the Alpujarra, between Sierra Nevada and the Mediterranean Sea, it is a traditional area of grapeyards and wine
production.
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2.3 GRANADA, TECHNOLOGICAL CITY
Granada’s ICT industry represents more than 400 companies, more than 4,000
direct jobs and more than 6% of the GDP of the province in terms of turnover.
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS
Granada’s ICT industry leads national markets, has obtained national and International recognitions and awards, and increasingly exports more technology and
knowledge every year.
A UNIQUE ECO-SYSTEM
The mix made up of University of Granada UGR, a well-entrenched ICT industry,
dynamic and innovative University Spin-offs, quality of life and enviable weather,
below the average operational costs and efficient, and in some cases unique, infrastructures, represent the ideal ecosystem for any ICT company.
IDEAL NEAR-SHORING DESTINATION
The high qualification of the engineers in the ETSIIT of the University of Granada
(UGR), working conditions and the low cost of infrastructures position Granada as
an ideal destination for near-shoring. In fact, Granada has already attracted international investment which has accounted for the creation of more than 500 jobs
in the past four years.
ECONOMIC DRIVERS
More than 85% of Granada´s ICT Company employees are university graduates or
senior engineers, positioned at the highest pay levels, posing a clear drive element
in consumption, trade and economic sectors of the city.
NOW IT IS THE ICT´S TURN
Needless to mention the current economic situation. At other times were different
sectors who “pulled” from the economy. The ICT sector has continued to grow in
recent years and it has positioned itself as a clear candidate to become one of the
pillars of the economy. It is only necessary to promote this trend in Granada.
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2.4. PTS GRANADA, A REFERENCE IN HEALTH
PTS Granada is an ideal resource for the creation, implementation and expansion
of institutes and companies, which converts knowledge into economic and social
development, especially in the Pharmaceutical, Health Sciences, Healthcare and
Food industries, making it the first park specialized in health care in Spain and one
of very few throughout the world. It integrates teaching, research, patient care and
business development for Health and Biomedicine. PTS Granada covers an area of
625,000 m2, housing all the infrastructures and facilities devoted to its four main
uses: teaching (98,000 m2), health care (120,000 m2), and research and business
development (170,000 m2).
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2.5 PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND FOOD
PTS Granada is an ideal environment for the development of pharmaceutical, life
sciences and food industries. In addition to the setting up of the first industrial
plant of the Spanish pharmaceutical company ROVI and the participation of the
company PFIZER in the project GENyO, it is also present in the Park the Andalusian
Center of Excellence for Research into Innovative Medicines -MEDINA, a collaborative project run by the Andalusian Ministries of Health and Finance, the University
of Granada and the pharmaceutical company Merck, Sharp & Dohme (MSD). ROVI,
NOVARTIS and FERRER INTERNATIONAL have set up the Alentia Biotech platform, in order to build a flu vaccine production plant.
In the field of e-Health, the Telefónica R+D Center of Excellence specializes in the
development of advanced systems, platforms and services to apply ICT to healthcare, and companies like Inves BioFarm, Abbott, Vircell and institutions like the
Functional Foods Research and Development Centre (CIDAF) design and develop
their implementation.
In the teaching area, the University of Granada plans to invest nearly 200 million
euros in the near future. This area will be home of the shared facilities of the Central
Library, the Main Hall and the General Services Building, as well as the faculties of
Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Teaching and health care will be reinforced with the new University Hospital, a
modern building with an area of 110,000 m2, which is set to become a center of
reference thanks to its high-tech equipment, excellent healthcare services and efficient management processes.
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2.6
THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA
The University de Granada (UGR), founded in 1531, continues a long teaching tradition, the roots of which can be traced back to the madrasahs of the last Nasrid
Kingdom.
The University is a vibrant presence in the city of Granada, benefiting from the
distinctive beauty of its environment and a privileged geographical location due
to its proximity to the Sierra Nevada, an excellent ski resort and the Mediterranean
coast, with several major tourist sites, including Motril, Almuñécar and Salobreña.
In Granada, there are four University Campuses, as well as the “Campus Centro”, in
which all the Centers spread throughout the historic part of the city are brought together. The UGR’s policy of using buildings of historical and cultural value has enriched its heritage, as well as promoting the restoration and maintenance of these
buildings. In addition to this emphasis on more traditional elements, the Health Science Technological Park, which is still being developed, demonstrates our strong
commitment to innovation by promoting interaction with technological bio-health
companies and favoring high-quality healthcare and biomedical knowledge. There
are two other UGR Campuses in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, in Northern Africa.
Over 60.000 undergraduate and postgraduate students study at the UGR, with
another 20.000 students taking additional courses, language courses, summer
courses etc. The University employs 3650 lecturers and over 2000 administration,
technical and maintenance staff.
The Vice-Chancellor is Mr. Francisco González Lodeiro and the Management of the
University operates through several collegiate bodies, such as the Faculty and the
Governing Council, and individual bodies, such as the Deputy ViceChancellor’s Offices, Management and General Secretariat. On the General Secretariat page you can find, amongst other information, the Official Journal, Regulations and a telephone directory of the University.
For many years, the UGR has promoted a significant international activity through
the Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s Office for International Relations. The importance of
the presence of international students is most clearly demonstrated by the 606
mobility agreements signed with European Higher Education institutions and the
ERASMUS mobility programs; the UGR is the leading European university in terms
of receiving students and the second Spanish university in terms of the mobility
of its own students. The University is also involved in major exchange programs
with universities in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Central and Eastern
Europe, the Middle East, Mediterranean countries, Australia, Oceania and Asia.
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2.7 SPORTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA
Through the Secretariat of Culture, Arts and Development Cooperation, the UGR
carries out a series of cultural educational and promotional activities, open to the
general public, in the areas of science, technology, social sciences and the arts.
The University’s cultural program in terms of audiovisual contemporary cultural
events is managed by the Center for Contemporary Culture.
The Center for Cooperation and Development Initiatives (CICODE) deals with the
concerns of the University Community, collaborating with other social organizations that perform social actions or provide development aid.
The various Campuses offer a range of sporting facilities such as football and rugby pitches, multi-sports facilities, covered areas, swimming pool, etc.
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2.8 HEALTH AND EMERGENCY NUMBERS
In general, no special vaccinations are necessary when travelling to Spain and Granada. The Spanish Ministry of Health recommends tetanus-diphtheria and hepatitis
B immunizations for the time of the year of the Winter Universiade. For further
recommendations, please check:
http://www.msssi.gob.es/sanitarios/consejos/vacExt.do
Granada is well-stocked with pharmacies which are usually opened from Monday
to Saturday from 9:30am to 1:30pm and from 4:30pm to 8:00pm. There are also six
pharmacies opened 24/7. Pharmacies operate on a rotation system for night and
Sunday duty. When closed, a notice is displayed giving the address of the nearest
open pharmacy. Pharmacies that are open during the weekend are also listed in
the local newspaper.
Each year, the Sporting Activities Center offers over 400 courses for all kinds of
sports.
Sport and physical activity is an important part of the University life. Sports Activities Center at the University of Granada’s mission is to facilitate to the members
of the community the practice of all kinds of sports: athletics, swimming, hiking...
This center is also responsible for organizing various sport events such as the ViceChancellor’s Trophy.
- Health Emergency phone number: 061
- Hospital Clínico Universitario San Cecilio
Avda. del Doctor Oloriz,16, 18003 , Granada
Telephone nº: +34 958 270 200
- Hospital Universitario Virgen de Las Nieves
Avda. de las Fuerzas Armadas, 2,18012 , Granada
Telephone nº: +34 958 241 100
- Clínica de Pradollano
Plaza Andalucía S/N, 18196 Sierra Nevada, Granada
Telephone nº: +34 958 249 138
112 is the common emergency telephone number that can be dialed free of charge
from any land line or mobile telephone for emergency services (ambulance, fire
and rescue, police) in numerous European Countries, including all member states
of the European Union.
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2.9. OTHER INFORMATION OF INTEREST
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WEATHER FORECAST
It is possible to check on the AEMET website (Spanish National Meteorology Agency): www.aemet.es
TRAFFIC
In Granada, road conditions are perfect through-out the year, even in winter, as a
large fleet of snow ploughs are always available and maintain the safety of the entire road network by clearing it from snow and ice when needed. In Spain, highway
tolls are calculated on the distance travelled and are paid at the exit toll booths.
Speed is limited to 120 km/h (74.5 mph) on highways, 90 km/h (56 mph) on national roads, 90 km/h (55 mph) on secondary rural and local rural roads, and 50
km/h (31 mph) on urban roads.
The use of hand-held mobile phones while driving is prohibited. The legal limit for
blood alcohol content in Spain is 0.3 per cent. For more information on the traffic
conditions contact “DGT” by dialing 060.
WUGOC strongly recommends carrying snow chains in the car when driving to
Sierra Nevada.
CLIMATE
Granada enjoys a continental climate. Winters are in general sunny and cold, with
rare snow falls; summers are generally hot. The weather is changeable throughout
the year. A considerable part of Granada is covered by mountains. High peaks
alternate with recurrent deep cut valleys. As a result, weather conditions are not
easily predictable and depend strongly on altitude and location.
Each delegation or any interested person, athlete or official can check the web
page http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/Sierra-Nevada/6day/mid and will
find continuous updates with real-time information on weather conditions and important weather forecasts for Sierra Nevada venue.
Granada:
http://www.aemet.es/es/eltiempo/prediccion/municipios/granada-id18087
Sierra Nevada:
http://www.aemet.es/en/eltiempo/prediccion/montana?p=nev1
OFFICIAL CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE
The official currency in Spain is the Euro, the same as in other European Union
countries.
A euro is divided into 100 cents.
There are eight different coins: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, and 1 and 2 euros. There
are seven different bank, for the following amounts: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500
euros.
Average temperature in Granada in February:
Where can I change foreign currency?
City area: MIN. 2° / MAX. +15° Celsius
Visitors can change foreign currency at any bank branch or foreign exchange bureau in major cities. This service is also available in most hotels and travel agencies.
Mountain area: MIN. - 8° / MAX. +0° Celsius
For further information about currency, check:
http://www.spain.info/en/informacion-practica/consejos-viaje/consejos-practicos/dinero/
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CHAPTER 3 - ACCOMMODATION FOR ACCREDITED PRESS
CHAPTER 3
ACCOMMODATION FOR ACCREDITED PRESS
3.1 ACCOMMODATION FOR ACCREDITED PRESS
HOTEL VINCCI GRANADA 4*
Avenida de la Constitución 18, 18012 Granada
Tel: +34 958 204 061
Email: [email protected]
HOTEL MACIÁ CONDOR 4*
Avenida de la Constitución 6, 18012 Granada
Tel: +34 958 283711
Email: [email protected]
HOTEL PORCEL CORONA 4*
Calle Pedro Antonio de Alarcón 10, 18005 Granada
Tel: +34 958 521 250Email: [email protected]
Official booking agency: Viajes el Corte Inglés ([email protected])
3.2 TRANSPORT FOR ACCREDITED PRESS
The OC of the Winter Universiade Granada 2015 will guarantee transport for
accredited press.
You can have further information about public buses in Granada in
www.transportesrober.com, and a route planner in www.transportesrober.com/
transporte/planificador.htm
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ACCOMMODATION FOR ACCREDITED PRESS
BUS STOP IN HOTEL NAZARIES IS TEN MINUTES WALKING FROM HOTEL CORONA DE GRANADA
BUS STOP IN ROUNDABOUT LÓPEZ ARGÜETA IS FIVE MINUTES WALKING FROM
HOTEL VINCCI AND HOTEL MACIÁ CONDOR, AND THREE MINUTES WALKING
FROM CURLING PAVILLION
Arrival route:
Official Airport (Granada or Málaga) -> Congress Palace -> Official hotel.
Working route:
Official Hotel -> Congress Palace -> Venue.
Departure Route.
Official hotel -> Congress Palace-> Official Airport (Granada or Málaga)
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CHAPTER 4 - PRESS FACILITIES
CHAPTER 4
PRESS FACILITIES
CURLING PAVILION
Campus Universitario de Fuentenueva
Calle Severo Ochoa, s/n, 18071
Curling (Male and Female)
– Working room
– Conference Hall
– Mixed zone
– Media Tribune
– WIFI and Ethernet connection
– Catering
Press V. Manager: Juan Vellido
4.1 SPORT VENUES
SPORTS PALACE
Paseo del Emperador Carlos V, s/n, 18001
Ice Hockey (male and female)
– Working Room
– Conference Hall
– Mixed zone
– Media tribune
– WIFI and Ethernet connection
– Press Stands
– Photo Position
– Catering
Press V. Manager: Ernesto Martínez
SIERRA NEVADA (Ski Resort)
National Park and Natural Park of, Penibaetic
System, 18196
Snowboard (Snowboard Cross, Halfpipe, Slalom Gigante Paralelo & Slopestyle M. y F.)
– Working room (Club Montebajo)
– Conference Hall (Club Montebajo)
– Mixed Zone
– Press Stands
– Photo Position
– WIFI and Ethernet connection, both in
Finish Lines and in Club Montebajo
– Catering (Club Montebajo)
Press V. Manager: Santiago Sevilla
MULHACÉN PAVILION
Calle Torre de la Pólvora
Ice Hockey (Male and Female)
– Mixed zone
– Media tribune
– WIFI and Ethernet connection
– Press Stands
– Photo Position
– Catering
Press V. Manager: Ernesto Martínez
IGLOO GRANADA 2015
Calle Torre de Comares s/n, 18001
Figure skating(Male and Female)
Short Track (500m, 1000m & 1500m +
3000m & 5000 m Male and Female relays)
– Mixed zone
– Media Tribune
– WIFI and Ethernet connection
– Press Stands
– Photo Position
– Catering
Press V. Manager: Ernesto Martínez
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4.2 CONGRESS PALACE
CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION CENTRE
Paseo del Violón, s/n, 18006, Granada,
Main Operation Center
Sports Command Centre
Main Press Centre
International Broadcasting Centre
Press Conference Room
Press Accreditation Centre
Medical Center
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4.3 PRESS ACCREDITATION.
Press Media will collect their accreditations in the Main Accreditation Center, located at the Congress Palace. The desk for the Press Accreditation is located at -2
floor, next to the Press Conference Hall and Working Area for journalists.
Under no circumstances will the accreditations be collected in Sierra Nevada.
Armbands for photographers, host broadcasters and TV rights holders, will be only
provided in this desk and not in any other sub center for Press. It is compulsory to
provide an identity document in order to get the armband.
Journalists who wish to cover the different competitions in Sierra Nevada will have
to ask for it the previous day applying for it to [email protected],
stating which is the competition to be covered and their needs regarding ski material and ski-pass.
4.4 OFFICIAL PRESS CENTRE: CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION CENTRE
The main Press Centre (MPC) during the 27 th Winter Universiade is located at the
Congress Palace in Granada where we can also find accreditation area, press area,
broadcasting (IBC), as well as the OC and FISU offices.
The MPC has working areas equipped with WIFI and high-speed wire Internet for
those who may need to transfer heavy files.
The IBC is located next to the MPC and the FISU is responsible for its management.
Each day a resume of the most remarkable competitions will be broadcasted. If
required, these broadcastings may be provided throughout FTP account to the
National Televisions.
Televisions which are not located in Spain must send the request to FISU.
4.5 PRESS CENTRE IN SIERRA NEVADA
Sierra Nevada Ski Resort will host Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding and Free Stlyle
competitions.
PRESS FACILITIES
As mentioned before, journalists who wish to cover competitions in Sierra Nevada
should request it the previous day at [email protected], stating the
competition to cover and needs regarding ski material and devices pass.
The responsible for Press in Sierra Nevada is Santiago Sevilla.
4.6. PRESS CENTRE AT THE SPORTS PALACE
The Sports Palace in Granada is a sports pavilion with capacity for more than 9,000
spectators. During the UniversiadE, its capacity will be 4,000 approximately. From
its beginning, in 1991, it has hold a wide range of sport and non sport events. The
last one was the Mundobasket Spain 2014.
During the Universiade it will host Ice Hockey competitions.
The Sports Palace hosts the Press Centre for the Mulhacen Pavilion and Granada
Igloo 2015.The working room is equipped with WIFI connection and by cable for
heavy files transfer. It has also a Conference Hall for press conferences after competitions.
The responsible for Press in the Sports Palace is Ernesto Martínez
4.7 PRESS CENTER AT FUENTENUEVA CURLING PAVILION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA
The Curling Pavilion is located at the Fuentenueva Campus, owned by the University of Granada. We can also find here the Civil Engineering Faculty and the Superior
Technical School of Architecture.
The campus hosts one of the University sports facilities, equipped with sports
tracks, swimming pool, rugby field, indoors pavilion etc.
As the rest of the FA, Fuentenueva Pavilion has a working room equipped with
WIFI connection and cable for heavy files transfer.
The seats for the press are located in the above area assigned for the Umpires/
Referees.
The responsible for the Press at the Sports Centre is Juan Vellido
The Press Centre in Sierra Nevada will be located at the Spot Club Monteabajo,
located in Andalucia Square, centre of Pradollano. The working room is equipped
with WIFI connection and by cable for heavy file transfer. It has also a Conference
Hall for Press.
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CHAPTER 5
ORGANIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHERS,
HOST BROADCASTERS AND TV RIGHT HOLDERS
CHAPTER 5
5.1 GROUPS OF PRESS ARMBANDS
ORGANIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHERS,
HOST BROADCASTERS AND TV RIGHT HOLDERS
5.2 REGULATIONS
Group A (Blue)
OC Official Photographers
Fotógrafos FISU Photographers
Group B (Red)
Accredited Photographers for the event
Group C (Black)
TV Host Broadcasters
Group D (Yellow)
TV Right Holders
1. Access to the venues will be only possible with the appropriate accreditation
2. Sierra Nevada: accreditation gives not access to the snow track. Only photographers with blue press armbands will have access to the snow track. There
will be a Photo Position for the rest of the accredited Press.
3. They will be able to move around the assigned working areas, wearing all the
time the corresponding identification waistcoat.
4. They should be present in the assigned working area with plenty of time before the competition starts. In SIERRA NEVADA, once the competition begins,
the access to the track will only be possible with the authorization of the race
director.
5. Inside the sports facility they should follow the instructions of the OC Press
Staff.
6. They could change location only during the breaks and in the end of the competitions, always under the supervision of the OC Press Staff.
7. During the competition, the photographers should be seated or on their knees,
in a position that does not affect the spectator’s view or sports staff.
8. The photographers should not interfere in the work of the TV cameras.
9. Camera flashes are not allowed.
10. For the use of remote camera flashes, a previous authorization should be obtained by the OC.
11. During the awarding ceremonies, the photographer may take pictures accompanied by the OC Staff. Different areas will be assigned for photographers.
12. The photographers are authorized to take pictures from the spectators’ empty
seats, provided that they do not affect the attendees’ view and give up their
seats whenever a spectator wishes to seat.
13. CURLING: During the competition if it is necessary to take pictures from a
squatting position it is important not to interfere with the players’ concentration nor in their field of vision. It is also necessary to have special shoes for
indoors or to have shoe covers inside field of play.
14. The infringement of these rules may lead to the removal of the accreditation elements (press armband and accreditation) and the sending off from the sports
area.
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CHAPTER 6
ACCREDITATIONS AND ARMBANDS FOR TV AND PHOTOGRAPHERS
CHAPTER 6
ACCREDITATIONS AND ARMBANDS
FOR TV AND PHOTOGRAPHERS
6.1 ACCREDITATIONS AND ARMBANDS
Press accreditations will be given at the MPC (Congress Palace). The Press Accreditation desk is located in -2 floor.
The photographers’ accreditation armbands will be collected too in the MPC (Congress Palace). In order to obtain the armbands it is necessary to hand in an accrediting document (Press association card or similar).
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CHAPTER 7 - INFORMATION FLOW
CHAPTER 7
INFORMATION FLOW
The OC WU Granada 2015 will provide the following information to the accredited
journalists:
– Results and statistics of the sports events will be distributed to the corresponding press rooms (Sports Palace: Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Short Track; Sierra
Nevada: Alpine Skiing, Free Style and Snowboarding; Curling Pavilion).
– Press releases containing images will be sent to the email address used for the
accreditation request. In case you do not receive any press releases, please contact: [email protected]
– Schedule of the events will be published at the official WU Granada 2015 website, and could be accessible with dedicated press identification. The password
will be given when the accreditations are collected.
Besides, information about the event can be found in the official media resources
of the Universiade:
– Webpage: www.granada2015.org
– Aula Magna newspaper / local newspaper Diario Ideal
– Social media (Twitter.com/Granada_2015, Facebook.com/Granada2015)
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CHAPTER 8 - TV AND RADIO BROADCASTING
CHAPTER 8
TV AND RADIO BROADCASTING
8.1 TVS AND RADIOS’ WITH BROADCASTING RIGHTS
FISU owns the international broadcasting rights of the WU Granada 2015. The
Spanish broadcasting group Radio Televisión Española, through the Teledeporte
channel, is the official television for the Universiade in Spain.
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CHAPTER 9 - USE OF RADIOELECTRIC DEVICES
CHAPTER 9
USE OF RADIOELECTRIC DEVICES
Radioelectric devices will only be allowed to be used if an authorisation has been
obtained by the OC WU Granada 2015.
The devices subject to be authorised are:
– Wireless lines with fixed communication service.
– Wireless lines with mobile communication service.
– Fixed stations with satellite communications
– Stations for the news broadcasting with satellite communication
– Terrestrial radio stations; portable walkitalkies
– Wireless cameras
– Wireless flashes
– Wireless headphones
– Translation devices
– Telemetry systems
– Wireless microphones
The devices not subject to authorization are:
– Mobile telephones
– Radios
– Alarms
– WIFI devices
– Bluetooth devices
These elements can be used without any restrictions nor specific authorisation
from the OC, unless the specific rules of certain facilities do not allow their use.
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CHAPTER 10 - SAFETY RULES
CHAPTER 10
The OC staff, FISU, the athletes, the sports staff and the spectators are not allowed
to:
– Develop activities that put at risk their own and others safety
– Attend the sports facilities under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
– Smoke
– Throw objects or liquids to the competition scenarios, participants, spectators,
staff or security members.
– Block exits, corridors and emergency stairs or any other evacuation area.
– Remain in areas which are not designed for a public use (walls, posts, fences,
etc.)
– Damage the facilities’ equipment or decorative elements of such facilities.
– Draw or write in the facilities or their decorative elements.
– Fireworks (flares or any kind of fire).
SAFETY RULES
Forbidden objetcs in the venues:
– Weapons of any type
– Objects that can be used as weapons, stabbing, cutting, propelling, including
cane-shaped objects, and helmets, with the exception of medical equipment and
medical instruments in the medical kit of team doctors
– Bottles and goods in glass or metal containers as well as other objects made of
polyether, class or any other fragile, breakable or solid material
– Alcoholic drinks of any kind, drugs and toxic substances or stimulants
– Propaganda materials of an extremist nature
– Gas cylinderscorrosive, combustible substances (except for matches, pocket
lighters, cigarettes), dye or containers with substances hazardous to health as
well as flammable and combustible liquids
– Blinding laser devices
– Enter or remain in the areas with no access.
– Radio-electronic devices (with the exception for those on the list of radio-electronic devices which can be used)
– Insult or degrade the participants and spectators.
– Vehicle and aircraft models with remote control
– Manifest political, religious or racial ideas in the facilities and in the surrounding
areas.
– Show symbols that may instigate to racial and religious violence or may offend
participants and spectators.
– Show flags or banners with logos or advertisements.
– Show flags or banners with offending or political messages.
– Disguising the face. The use of garments is only permitted for cultural, ethnic or
religious reasons.
– Indecent exposure.
– Accessing the venues with animals, except for guide dogs.
– Commit the acts of exposing intimate parts of the body
– Bring to the venue animals or birds, except for guide dogs wearing muzzles
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CHAPTER 11 - GUÍA DE REDES SOCIALES E INTERNET
CHAPTER 11
GUÍA DE REDES SOCIALES E INTERNET
The Organizing Committee of the Winter Universiade invites all journalists, athletes, volunteers and accredited staff to share their experience and opinions about
the event through social networks.
Tips:
– We invite the participants, spectators, and accredited persons to share the images and publications through:
Facebook.com/Granada2015
Twitter: @ Granada_2015 #Granada2015
FISU Facebook.com/FISU.InternationalUniversitySport
FISU Twitter: @ FISUnetwork # WUGranada2015
– The publications must be respectful, avoiding the use of obscene, vulgar, sexually explicit or defamatory words
– The posts must not include confidential or private information
– The publications must respect the privacy
– Publications of accredited persons should not have commercial or advertising
purposes
– Sport events are subject to copyright, owned by the International University
Sports Federation. You can record videos and sounds for personal use in the
competition areas. However, its distribution is forbidden and under the responsibility of the person who posts.
– There is no restriction to record and share images and sounds in the outer areas
of the facility.
– We invite the participants, spectators, and accredited persons to link their content with the official event website (www.granada2015.org) and the website of
the International University Sports Federation (www.fisu.net)
– The Organizing Committee of the Winter Universiade and the International University Sports Federation will supervise the proper use of social media platforms
during the event.
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CHAPTER 12 - TELÉFONOS E INFORMACIÓN DE INTERÉS
CHAPTER 12
TELÉFONOS E INFORMACIÓN DE INTERÉS
12.1 BANKS AND CREDIT CARDS
Cash machines (ATMs) are located in the territory of the Universiade 2013 venues.
You can pay for services in cash or by bank cards where available. situados en las
proximidades de las sedes de la Universiada de Invierno Granada 2015.
12.2 ELECTRICITY
In Spain the standard voltaje of the grid is 220V. The wall sockets are Schuko and
Europlug type.
12.3 EMERGENCY SERVICES
Emergency services: 112
Public Company of Health Emergencies of Granada: 061
Fire Department: 080 y 958 243118 (Parque Sur) & 958246900 (Parque Norte)
National Police: 091
Local Police: 092
Civil Guard: 062
Protección Civil: 958 27 86 50
Red Cross: 958 22 22 22
Sierra Nevada Traffic info: 958 24 91 19
12.4 CONTACT WITH THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
For information related to media services (accreditation, access…): [email protected]
Head of the Communication Team of the WU Granada 2015: [email protected]
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