General information


VENUE: 2nd International Junior Shotgun Cup, Finland competition in skeet, trap and double trap and the 2010 Junior Cup Final will be held at the Salola Shotgun Ranges in the town of Orimattila in the vicinity of Lahti.TIME: from the 18th to the 22nd of August 2010EVENTS:
Junior Male125 trg125 trg150 trg
Junior female75 trg75 trg-
All events will include a final.No maximum participation limit. 3 shooters per event from each country will form the official national team for the team event. Additional teams can be entered.ENTRY DEAD LINESDead line for preliminary entries 1st of July 2010. Dead line for final entries 1st of August 2010.Each federation will receive a confirmation of entry by fax or e-mail. The entry situation is shown on the competition web site and will be updated regularly.ENTRY FEES:Individual fee per shooter and event 70 EURincluding:- two round of official training- daily transport, official hotels – shooting rangeTeam fee for each team entered 70 EURAdditional training per round, skeet and trap 6 EURAdditional training per round, double trap 11 EURTransport per person (airport – hotels) 60 EURGun permit per federation* 27 EUR*Note: The temporary gun permit is only for those federations which travel without an EU Gun Passport.Entry fees shall be paid upon arrival in the competition office. All payments in cash, no cheques or credit cards accepted.RANGES:3 skeet ranges3 trap ranges3 double trap rangesThe ranges are equipped with NASTA and MATTARELLI trapsTARGETS:NASTA targets will be used. The colour of the target is orange. Flash targets will be used for all finals.COMPETITION PROGRAM

Tue 17.8.

Wed 18.8.

Thu 19.8.

Fri 20.8.

Sat 21.8.

Sun 22.8.

Mon 23.8.

ARRIVALUnofficial trainingDouble trapofficial pre event trainingTrap + skeet unofficial trainingTechnical meetingOpening ceremonyDouble trap competitionJM 150 + finals
Trap + skeet unofficial trainingprize awarding
Skeet + Trap official pre event trainingSkeet + Trap competitionJM 75 JW 75 + finals
prize awarding
Skeet + Trap competitionJM 50 + finals
prize awardingclosing

PRELIMINARY AND FINAL ENTRY:Please fill in the preliminary entry form (form A) and return it to the organizing committee by 1st of July 2010 latest.Please fill in the final entry form and return it to the organizing committee by 1st of August 2010 latest.ACCOMMODATION:The Organizing Committee has reserved four good level hotels in Lahti (approx. 25 min. from the range).
The hotels are:single room per nightdouble room per night
Sokos Hotel Lahden Seurahuone79 EUR79 EUR
Cumulus Lahti (over 5 nights)90 EUR95 EUR
Cumulus Lahti (under 5 nights)99 EUR124 EUR
Best Western Next Hotel Salpaus82 EUR105 EUR
  Triple room 135 EUR
Hotel Messila 80 EUR
Hotel Messila Log Cottage*160 EUR / 4 persons/night
Hotel Messila Cottage**150 EUR / 3 persons/night
* The log cottages have two bedrooms and a loft, a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen and a sauna. Breakfast is not included (9,50 EUR extra/person)** including breakfastAll hotels are situated in the centre of Lahti (except Messila).Breakfast is included in all accommodations (except Messila log cottage). All rooms are equipped with shower and TV.Accommodation is booked directly with the respective hotel and paid according to their instructions. To get the extra price, mention, when booking that you are coming to the IJSC competition. If you need assistance with the hotels please contact us.The contact information to the hotels is:Holel Cumulus Lahti:, Vapaudenkatu 24, 15140 Lahti
phone: +358 3 813711, fax: +358 3 7818922Best Western Next Hotel Salpaus:, Vesijärvenkatu 1, 15100 Lahti
phone: +358 3 3393911, fax: +358 3 33939399Sokos Hotel Lahden Seurahuone:, Aleksanterinkatu 14, 15110 Lahti
phone +358 201234655, fax +358 3 7523164Messilä Maailma Oy:, 15980 Lahti
phone: +358 3 86011, fax: +358 3 860123There are also other good hotels in Lahti if you prefer other accommodation.POINT OF ENTRY:Arrival and departure airport is the HELSINKI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.Lahti can also be reached by ferry to Helsinki connecting either to the train or bus for Lahti.TRANSPORTATION:Transportation between the Helsinki international airport and the official hotels will be provided by the organizing committee. Transportation fee is 60 EUR per person payable at the competition office upon arrival.Daily transportation between the official hotels and the shooting range is free of charge.CUSTOM REGULATIONS AND WEAPONS CLEARANCE:The organizing committee will apply for temporary group gun licenses for each federation not travelling with EU Gun Passports. The gun declaration forms to fill will be sent to you upon request. The gun licence fee for each federation is 27 EUR. The organizing committee will advance this fee for each federation. The fee is payable at the competition office upon arrival.European Union citizens are advised to apply for an EU Gun Passport. Groups where all shooters are travelling with gun passports are not subjected to the licence fee.AMMUNITION:The Finnish custom authorities will allow the import of all necessary ammunition. Most popular brands are available at the shooting range.NATIONAL ANTHEM AND FLAGS:We kindly ask each federation to bring two national flags suitable for an 8 meter flag pole (three flags if you intend to win all three medals in a discipline...).INTERNET:The organising committee’s internet pages will include the latest information on the competition, bulletins, forms etc. During the competition results and other information is available on a near-to on-line basis.The internet address is WWW.OSU.FIE-MAIL: During the competition e-mail and internet services will be provided for shooters and team officials free of charge (WLAN).GENERAL INFORMATIONOrimattila, Lahti and Finland:
For information on Orimattila see,for Lahti see, and for Finland see www.finland.fiWeather: The Weather in Finland in mid August is mostly sunny, with occasional showers. Day temperature is between 16 and 23 Celsius. For current weather information see the weather services at