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Payment Of Intention To Enter and Entry Forms

All payment(s) must be made to:


PO box 59


Account name: Tournament Council

IBAN: NL13 ABNA 0811 2028 87


Receipt number and copy of Payment Receipt must be entered on the form at the time of submission.

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Intention to Enter Form

An organising Federation cancelling or changing the date or venue of an EC or E&A Titled event less than two months before the original date on the Calendar, becomes responsible for reimbursing any substantiated expenses necessarily incurred by Federations who have sent in time an ‘Intention to Enter’ form for the Championships.

If required by the relevant Council :
For all EC and E&A Titled Events the EC office will send an ‘Intention to Enter’ form to the Federations. This ‘Intention to Enter’ form has to be returned to the organizing Federation and to the EC representative to the event with a deadline of two months before the start of the competition.

A Federation entering a team (even of only one skier) after that deadline, will be fined 200 Euro.

The following paragraph only applies to Tournament.
To be accepted, the “Intention to Enter” form must be accompanied by a deposit amounting to 50 Euro for each athlete mentioned on the form. (For instance : 3 athletes :3x 50 = 150 Euro). This amount must be paid to the organisers and is non-refundable. This 50 Euro will be deducted from the entry fee to be paid for each athlete. The Federation may enter up to two additional athletes more than originally declared on the “Intention to Enter” form. If more than two additional athletes participate, then a fee of 50 Euro per additional athlete will be levied upon that Federation. 



Entry Fees

Entry fees for all titled events shall be fixed by the Admincom and must be approved by the Annual Congress. 

Division & Event

Entry Fee

Divided  as  follows to:


per skier

EC Central



Tournament – Open

180 EUR

80 EUR

80 EUR

20 EUR

Tournament – Youth

140 EUR

60 EUR

60 EUR

20 EUR

Tournament – Under-21

160 EUR

70 EUR

70 EUR

20 EUR

Tournament – 35+

210 EUR

95 EUR

95 EUR

20 EUR

NOTE 1 - For entries paid via Council:

  • 80 % will be paid to organiser at close of entry.
  • The remaining 20 % will be paid once all entries are confirmed.
NOTE 2 - Late Entry Fees.
  • Late Entry Fee for all divisions = 10 EUR per day per athlete.
  • The split is 50 % to the EC (Council) - 50 % to the organisers.
NOTE 3 - To Council.
  • To assist officials travel.
  • Income is paid to the relevant Council.


Late Entries For Titled Events

Unless otherwise specified in the Technical Rules of a division, the following will apply:
A late entry fee of 10 Euro per day per competitor shall be levied on each entry not received 15 days before the first official day of familiarization or the first day of competition if there is no familiarization.

Late entries will only be accepted with the consent of the Organizer and Chief Judge. 

Team Or Individual Athletes Not Showing Up

The entry fees of team or individual athletes failing to show an entry form has been submitted by their Federation shall still be payable in full, unless a valid written excuse is received by 12 noon of the day before the start of the competition.

The Chief Judge shall decide whether or not the excuse is valid. 


Deadlines 2019 E&A Championships







E&A 35+

Ioannina, Greece
25 - 28 July

25 May

10 June

25 June

10 July

E&A Youth

Roquebrune sur Argens (FRA), Monaco
27 - 31 August

27 June

13 July

27 July

12 August

E&A U21

Dnipro, Ukraine

2 - 4 August

2 June

18 June

2 July

18 July

E&A Open

Sesena, Spain

18 - 21 July

18 May

3 June

18 June

3 July

If the official entry forms are not received prior to the 24 hours before the start of the first event, the Federation's skier's places in the draw shall be determined by the Chief Judge without reference to their qualifying scores.

There is no limit on official reserves per team.

Titled Event

A titled event is one for which the Letter of Agreement and Obligations for Titled Events forms a contract between the host Federation and the EC.

Although the Confederations of Europe and Africa are separate entities, for the time being the European Confederation organises E&A Championships with possible participation of African athletes.

Should a site inspection be required by the Council concerned, the Council will appoint a person to inspect and report on the site. Their travel and accommodation costs shall be the responsibility of the Federation bidding for the event. 

How To Make A Bid For E&A Titled Event

Federations may bid for such events up to six years in advance of the date proposed for the event.
Bids must be submitted to the EC President with copies to the Secretary General and the President of the Council concerned.
To be considered at an Annual Congress full bids should arrive at least 30 days beforehand.
Bids for events within three years shall be submitted to the same persons with the same information as below for approval by the Bureau or by the Admincom.
Bids shall be in writing and should be supported by the following:

  1. Confirmation the Letter of Agreement and Obligations will be honoured
  2. Proposed site with maps and pictures. In case of a new site, dates and information of previous homologated competitions held at that site. The relevant Council must confirm that the site is suitable.
  3. Dates of training and competition
  4. Accommodation and costs
  5. Name of proposed sponsor if known
  6. Visa requirements
  7. If required by the Council a cash deposit may be required subject to agreement by the Bureau.
  8. Any proposed charge for tickets to the final or presentation dinner, including the currency in which the charge will be payable.
  9. If lunch is to be provided free of charge, or the approximate price
  10. Which currency will be used for hotel and other expenses (see art 4.8) and if credit cards will be accepted for such payments.

Bids for events not allocated at the relevant Congress shall also be submitted in writing to the same persons with the same information as above. The decision on whether to accept or reject the bid shall be made by the Admincom. Unless detailed and approved when the bid is awarded, there shall be no charge under 8) and 9) and no change under 10). Only upon approval of the bid by the relevant Council, the Bureau of the EC will either countersign the LAO or negotiate proposed exceptions to the LAO. Any contract entered into by the organiser before the LAO has been signed and returned by
the EC shall be at the organisers own risk.