What would biathlon be without its crowd and what would that crowd be without its biathlon!
Here´s some information you might find useful while you are visiting the competitions in Östersund.
- Commercial advertising in the form of banners, flags and similar are not permitted in the spectator areas. These will be removed if necessary.
- Arena presentation
Östersunds biathlon arena is about a 2km walk northeast of the city center.
The illustration above is clickable and shows you the arena.
- May be brought into the area for private use. However, flashes may not be aimed at the athletes.
- Emergency evacuation
- In case of an emergency evacuation, spectators are to follow the officials’ instructions, which will lead them to a safe area.
- First aid
- In case of emergency call 112.
Please note, doctors and first aiders are on site at the arena. Contact an official if you need help.
- Lost & Found
- Lost and found items are at Info Point, which is in the centre of the Public Village.
- Prohibited items in the arena
- (checks are performed at the entrance)
Pets are not permitted on the stands. Visitors with pets may stand in the course area
Pyrotechnic ordinance such as fireworks and Bengal lights.
- FM radio receivers may be taken into the area. Radio transmitters must have a special permit from the World Cup organizers.
- Spectator etiquette
- It is traditional practice that all athletes’ performances are shown appreciation, regardless of nationality and result.
It is forbidden to behave in a disruptive manner. Spectators may not provide athletes with information or any advantages compared to the other
- Tourist Office
- You’ll find the local Tourist Office, Visit Östersund, in the central parts of Östersund at Rådhusgatan 44. Their opening hours are Monday-Friday 11 am – 5 pm and you can also reach them by www.visitostersund.se or +46 63-701 17 00