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16 OCTOBER - 20 OCTOBER 2016

It’s time for the 36th Olympic Week

Were you born between 1 July 2001 and 30 June 2008?

If you were, this is the event for you! Get ready for five days of fun and sport during your holidays, with more than 30 activities on offer in and around The Olympic Museum.

The programme features:

Olympic summer sports Recognised sports Sport and Olympism
Athletics Billiards Meet an athlete…
Rowing Orienteering
Badminton Roller skating
Basketball Climbing
Table tennis
Olympic winter sports Other sports Beyond sport
Biathlon Diabolo Road safety
Bob American football
Generation Games Educational workshops:
Inline hockey Get Active! (interactive exhibition)
Nordic Walking Keep your balance NEW
Parkour NEW News broadcast TOM TV
Focus on Olympism NEW

All you need to know

It is free to sign up. Your accreditation will give you “à la carte” access to all the activities from Sunday 16 to Thursday 20 October 2016, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

You can sign up in two ways:

  1. Complete the entry form, get it signed by your parents or legal representative and send it to The Olympic Museum before 7 October. Your accreditation will be sent to your home only if you include a stamped addressed envelope.
  2. As of 16 October, you can also collect your accreditation or sign up at the information stand next to the Olympic fountain (expect to wait around 15 minutes). Don’t forget to get your entry form signed by your parents or legal representative!

Access and map
By m2 metro (Ouchy stop) and bus: routes 2 (Ouchy), 25 (Elysée), 8 (Musée Olympique) and 4 (Montchoisi). Access to certain activities may be difficult for people with a disability.

The equipment is provided by the sports clubs taking part. Bring your gym shoes with you for the indoor activities. No scooters are allowed inside The Olympic Museum or the gym halls of the Collège de l’Elysée.

It is important to drink water regularly when you are doing sport, in order to stay hydrated. Don’t forget to take a bottle of water with you.

Snack for CHF 9 (sandwich, fruit and drink) at the TOM Cafe (level +2 of The Olympic Museum) or à la carte.

If the weather is uncertain, you can get details from Swisscom RegioInfo. Send a text with the code SEMOLY to 1600 (CHF 0.90 per text).

Lost property
At The Olympic Museum desk.

Insurance, liability
The activities take place under the full responsibility of the parents or legal representatives. Children are not supervised between activities. Each participant is responsible for their own insurance. The organisation declines all liability in the event of accident, damage or theft.

Photos, image rights
The Museum informs the participants in Olympic Week and/or their legal representatives that moving or still images are taken during the event (hereinafter the “Images”). By participating in Olympic Week, the participants and/or their legal representatives accept that the Images will be used by The Museum for the Olympic Movement’s promotional and communications purposes.
This use will be without limit in terms of time, space or medium, and will not be the subject of any compensation towards the participants and/or their legal representatives.

Tel.: +41 21 621 66 18