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 • Program

The Opening Ceremony will take place on Saturday 17 July at 5 pm. Dinner and the first tournament will follow. The Camp will be closed with the traditional festivities on the night of Saturday 24 July. Participants are expected to leave on Sunday 25 July, after breakfast.

The daily program includes lectures (for weaker and stronger players) on various bridge subjects to be given by acknowledged teachers. Certain hours will be devoted to physical sports. In the numerous bridge tournaments, the mixing-up of nationalities will be systematically encouraged. There will be at least one organized outing to places of interest nearby. Naturally, participants will have plenty of free time to spend as they wish within the framework of the Camp.

 • Cost

All participants will be lodged in the venue.

The cost of full-board accommodation for eight nights is US $425 (four hundred and twenty five dollars), payable upon arrival. There are no other costs involved, apart from the usual personal ones.

Naturally, participants must make and pay for their own travel arrangements, either directly or through their NBO.

 • Youth Awards

The WBF Youth Awards aim at rewarding aptitude, dilligence and international spirit shown by participants at the Camps.

The winners do not receive any material prize, but earn the honour of enabling their countries to have a free place in the next Junior Camp.

As the result of their nationals winning the 2003 WBF Youth Awards, Denmark, England, Greece, and USA are entitled to one free place in the 2004 Camp.

 • Contact

P. Gerontopoulos, 154 Patission Street, GR-112 57 Athens, Greece

  30-210-864 3139   30-210-861 3740   youthcmte@bridge.gr


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