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					            Inspection Report

     20TH MEN’S & WOMEN’S
       (Seniors and Masters)
 BALKAN BODYBUILDING, FITNESS
AND BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS




  Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 6-8th, 2011.
WELCOME:
The Organizing Committee of the 20th Men’s & Women’s (Seniors and Masters)
Bodybuilding, Fitness & Body-Fitness Championships and the President of Organizing
Committee and the Bosnia and Herzegovina Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation, Mr. Omer
Stambolić, invite all Balkan National Federations – members of the IFBB/EBFF – to
participate in the

             20TH BALKAN MEN’S & WOMEN’S (Seniors and Masters)
         BODYBUILDING, FITNESS AND BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
                 that will take place in Tuzla, from 6-8th of May 2011.




Bosnia and Herzegovina is the heart shaped land that lies in the heart of southeast Europe. It
is here that eastern and western civilizations met, sometimes clashed, but more often enriched
and reinforced each other throughout its long and fascinating history.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a long name for a country that measures just over 50,000 km2.
Bosnia covers the north and centre of the country with its name probably derived from
'bosana', an old Indo-European word meaning water, which Bosnia has no short of.

The southern region of ancient Hum, ruled by Herceg Stjepan (Duke Stjepan),was later
named Herzegovina after the region was conquered by the invading Ottomans. Perhaps what
is most important for the visitor to know today, though, is that Bosnia and Herzegovinais a
stunningly beautiful country with a vast array of landscapes, cultures, traditions and people.
And as the old cliche goes 'people make the place' – and BiH prides itself on its hospitality
and treating our guests as if they were family members. And family we take to heart.
Tuzla

              Tuzla is located in the North-East part of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the slops
              of Majevica mountain with average height above see-level of 239 meters. The
              region of the Majevica mountain wreath in the North-east (943m), Ozren in the
              South-west, Konjuh and Javornik, with rivers Jala and Spreca make an
              complete green ecological area. In geographical point Tuzla is mild hill-
              mountain area with characteristic natural, geo-morphological and
              hydrographical riches, flora, fauna and landscapes of rarely beauties.

Favorable geographical position provides Tuzla with very good connection to other regions in
Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as to the other neighborhood countries, Croatia and Serbia
and Monte Negro, and some other regions in the South-East, Central and West Europe.

Tuzla is connected to the North with highway to Zupanja (Croatia), where is connecting to
highway Zagreb-Belgrade, and then further to many other European traveling destination;
toward Adriatic Sea with highway Sarajevo-Mostar-Adriatic highway, and also with railway
toward Harbor Ploce (Doboj-Zenica-Sarajevo-Mostar); there are many roads communications
toward East and West. Trough harbors in Split and Dubrovnik (Croatia) it is possible and
easy to reach ferries to the Italian Adriatic Coast. The river traffic is well organized over the
river Sava in District Brcko (around 60 km from Tuzla) and in this way is connected to the
other regions in Europe.

Tuzla Airport is ready to accept civilian and cargo traffic with its capacities and equipment.
At the moment,only charter flights are available and organized according to current needs.
Sarajevo Airport is in distance of two hours by car, while Zagreb and Belgrade are three to
four hours by car.




                                   Panoramic view of Tuzla
Public fountain in Tuzla




    Statues in Tuzla
Tuzla – The City on a grain of salt

Tuzla is one of the most oldest settlements in Europe with continuity of living. In Tuzla were
discovered the most oldest pile dwelling settlements in Europe, dated from the Neolithic
Time(Young Stone Age), while many discoveries of settlements in Europe dated from the
Stone Age. The great number of material findings from the Neolithic Age were found in
Tuzla, and the most special are the saltwater holders, which had been used to boil salt water
into salt. All theses archeological findings give proof that the Neolithic inhabitants in this
area exploited saltwater wells. The most ancient European cultures having used salt were
dated back to the Copper Age, meaning that the discovery in Tuzla moves the first known
use of salt back from the Copper Age to the Neolithic. It is very important to emphasizes that
the Neolithic settlement, which was found in the area of what today is Tuzla , what is the
unique case and proof that this settlement was the beginning of continuity of living in the
area of current city, and went trough all historical periods from the Neolith to today.

Tuzla has also the special geological past. The citizens of Tuzla used to say that Tuzla is the
city on a grain of salt. This grain of salt are millions tons of stone salt on which lies Tuzla,
which occurred after once the Panonian sea disappeared more than 10 millions years ago.
Throughout all these years of city’s existence, city’s name was connected for the salt and
mentioned by writers, cartographers and conquerors. The river Jala, which runs through
Tuzla, has the name which comes from Greek word Jalos ( what meant salt), while the city
throughout its long history had the following names: Castor de Salenes- Grad Solana
(Greek), Salenes (Greek), Ad Salinas (Latin), Soli (Slavic), Memlehatejn (Arabian),
Memleha-I Zir (Persian ), Tuz (Turkish)….. and today the name of Tuzla in Turkish language
means salt factories.

Organized exploitation of salt started during the Ottoman times. Salt production and profits
from it, were the key factors establishing Tuzla as a town. The beginning of organized
production and sale of salt was the digging of a salt well on today's Soni Trg in 1476 , and
the proclamation of Tuzla as a royal estate in 1477. The way of production of salt was
accented by the names given to the salt factories in the times of the Ottomans arrival –
«wooden salt mills» (Agac Tuzla, Memleha-i cob), clearly pointing out their differences to
the seaside salt factories.

There were up to 80 pans at a time for saltwater boiling at Soni Trg. At first, modest
quantities of salt were produced, with production increasing as time went by. The reason for
that lies not as much in technical advances of the time , as it does in a population increased
in Tuzla , related to salt production.

Tuzla salt was well known even outside the Bosnia. In the 17th Century, the French king
Louis XIV would order his merchants to buy Tuzla salt for his use. This is reason why
several French coins with image and name of Louis XIV were discovered in the Tuzla area.
The salt was connecting different countries, cultures and civilizations of that time. Tuzla salt
was one of the products to represent the Bosnian ejalet at the World Fair in Philadelphia in
1876

One of the main aims of the occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the Austro-Hungarian
Empire was the exploitation of natural resources, and among them especially of Tuzla salt. In
1885, the first salt factory – in the proper sense – was opened at Simin Han, thus
representing the beginnings of industrial salt production in Tuzla. Simultaneously, that act
represents the beginning of terrain settling in Tuzla, as the consequences of uncontrolled
exploitation of salt water. Settling of terrain reached its culmination in the '70s of the past
century, when thousand buildings of economical and cultural values were ruined down. Salt
has, over the ages, both build and ruined Tuzla, and has made it into a modern European city
with and long tradition .




                                        City of Tuzla

Tuzla - the harmony among differences

The strategy of Tuzla city is based on three “T” letters: Tolerance, Talent and Technology.
The citizens of Tuzla used to say that the tolerance is the main condition for physical
survival and development of our city. The citizen’s of Tuzla believe that the basis of
tolerance is a love. The following words are carve into granite at the Soni Trg : Tuzla is
one of the oldest settlements in the Europe . Seven thousand years ago , from the Neolith to
today , people produce salt and live in this area . The citizens of Tuzla reconstructed Soni
trg in year 2004 with believing that love is the main cause of continuity and eternity of
human life.

In wide areas of Tuzla, used to live Illyrians, Celts, Greeks, Romans...The Middle Age
Province Soli was a part of the Bosnian State. During the Ottoman Imperia , which followed
the short period of Bizant Domination, town developed as the center of economical and
military traffic. During the Austro-Hungarian occupation the industrial sector developed,
followed by developing of architecture, traffic, education and health sector. The industrial
development of Tuzla attracted people from other regions and experts from Austro-
Hungarian state. At that time, Tuzla opened its gates to inhabitants from various European
countries, which together with local population equally worked and developed industrial and
mining sector, but they had also made great influence on education, health care, art , culture
and tolerance.

From 1918. Bosnia was part of the Kingdom Yugoslavia. At that time Tuzla was known as
city with special tradition of fighting for freedom. This tradition in the World War Two
turned into the antifascist fight. On 2nd October 1943 Tuzla became the biggest free town in
Europe. From the end of the World War Two, this date is celebrated as the Liberty Day.
Tuzla had very specific and recognized way of defending itself, and had the traditional
feeling for freedom, human rights, tolerance and antifascism. Tuzlas' defense of the Bosnia
and Herzegovina's, multinational and multicultural identity of town, got crucial support
from Europe during the most difficult time. The European Parliament in 1993 passed out the
Resolution on supporting the City of Tuzla and local self-government. In the same year , the
city of Barcelona awarded Tuzla with its most respected award «Alfonso Comini» - for
defiance of democracy and tolerance in most difficult time of war. Tuzla was awarded with
many others recognitions as the proof for supporting Tuzla’s persistence to the principles of
democracy and humanism, what as result had bridges of friendship between Tuzla and many
European and world cities, regions and institutions.

The history of Tuzla pervaded with tolerance. The tolerance was always accepted in
cosmopolitan way in Tuzla. The symbol of open gate on city’s coats of arm represents the
openness of city toward great people and arts which are part of the world cultural
inheritance. The busts of Martin Luther King, W.A. Mozart and Greta Garbo, fountain at the
Solni Trg with mosaic from Ravena ( Gift of Ravenna Province) , sculpture of «Genesis»(
Pecs' city gift), Swedish House in Lipnica community, Peace Flame House ( Holland House)
are just confirming that Tuzla is continuing the tradition of being open city and accepting
differences, and especially those who are the world cultures and now becomes part of
Tuzla's cultural and social life.

Tuzla-talents- innovation

Tuzla is an administrative, economical, cultural and educational center of Tuzla canton.
Tuzla is the most densely inhabited area and one of the most developed cantons in Bosnia
and Herzegovina. There are 15.000 students at the University of Tuzla. The numerous young
people from Tuzla confirmed their talents and creativity in almost all fields of life. They
made great results at various math competitions, young musical talents competitions,
scientific and technological discoveries, awards in sport and art competitions- the young
Tuzla's talents reached stars’ moments, and they climbed at winners pedestal and worlds’
scene, they came into chronic of the best, at the at state level and international, as well.

Tuzla municipality was trying to keep our greatest riches, in cooperation with many other
institutions and partners in country and abroad, started numerous initiatives in order to
support youth programs and to keep this great energy for Tuzla and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Among all these initiative it is important to emphases the project implemented trough the
Government of Norway: The Business Innovation and Technology Center ( BIT Center ) ,
with main goal to offer support to young people from whole region and broader, in order to
use and improve its talent and knowledge in home city and home land, and also to connect
them with international trade market and knowledge.

Within offering support to youth, and specially to those talented and successful, Tuzla formed
the network of youth « The New Energy of Bosnia and Herzegovina». This Network enrolls
youth from whole Bosnia and Herzegovina, regardless to their place of living or working,
with main aim to connect their energies, knowledge and creativity, and to build common
developing projects, which will contributed affirmation of these young people and future
development of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well. There is no such reliable way into the
future than the one which joining youth and talent with new technologies and innovations.

Culture and tradition

The numerous writers, painters, musicians, theatre workers and historians had essential
influence on the cultural tradition of Tuzla and area. Among all famous writers we underline
Stjepan Matijevic, Muhamed Hevai Uskufi,Matija Divkovic,Dervis Susic and one of the
greatest Bosnia-Herzegovina’s writer Mesa Selimovic. The first educated painters came from
Tuzla- Dordje Mihajlovic and Adela Ber, James Haim Pinto- one of the leading American -
Mexican muralist and Kristijan Krekovic-famous Peruan painter. During the last century,
some new names came into painting life among which are: Djordje Mihajlovc,Franjo Leder
and Dragisa Trifkovic and Mensur Dervisevic. According to art historians Mensur Dervisevic
is one of the most important occurrences in painting life in Tuzla. Ismet Mujezinovic is the
greatest Bosnia and Herzegovina painter in 20 century. He was born in Tuzla and almost all
his life he lived and worked in home town. The International Gallery of Portrait in Tuzla has
all his art pieces. This Gallery organizes the “International biennale of portrait Interbifep”.

The Museum of East Bosnia posses archeological, ethnologic, historical , biological,
nuzmatic and art collection, which keep the signs of continuity for almost 7000 years in
Tuzla and region. The Salt Museum within the Salt factory has all photo documentation and
materials which testified the history of salt production in Tuzla.

The National Theater Tuzla is the oldest theater in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and cultural
activities in city are enriched by : Theater cabaret, alternative Draft Theatre, Bosnian cultural
Center , Youth Center, Peace Flame House, French Cultural Center, primary and secondary
school of music, numerous amateur cultural associations, and other cultural and scientific
institutions. It is important to emphases the National and University Library “Dervis Susic”
and the Historical Archive of Tuzla canton.

One of the most important event in region is the Tuzla Writers Meeting “Cum Grano Salis”
which awards the Writing Award “Mesa Selimovic” for the best novel published in the past
year in region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro.

What to visit in Tuzla

The area of current city, at first started to develop around numerous salt wells. In the past,
in area of Tuzla existed pile dwelling settlement, and later on, on the same area, through all
prehistoric and historic period existed life and developed city.

The city developed between Soni Trg, Skver and Kapija. There was one salt well in area at
Soni Trg, which in 1476 got modernized and changed into saltwater well, and used for
pimping of salt water and organized salt production.

Soni Trg is restored together with first original saltwater well in 2004. There is a copy of the
neolith saltwater holders for boiling of salt water, which is basic part of Fontana, decorated
with mosaic from Ravenna –the world capital city of mosaic ( this is a present given by
Province of Ravenna). At the Soni Trg is located the Museum with exhibition of things
from the Neolithic period and other historic ages discovered in location around city and in
Tuzla, as well. Soni Trg used to be central point of city. Numerous religious and public
buildings were build around this area. Today, this place has the meaning of old historic city,
with many narrow , macadam streets which are always full of young people and life.

The former Kapija ( The Gate) is near by Soni Trg. Today, this is place which gathering
youth, and this is a part of walking pedestrians area. Today, Kapija is well know as the place
where on 25th of May 1995, one aggressor grenade killed 71 young person and wounded
several hundreds, who came at the Kapija to meet and have fun. Today, Kapija is the
Memorial Plate which warning and remember on killed youth of Tuzla.
On the other side of historical part of city ,which is a pedestrian area ,there are sculptures of
two great Bosnia and Herzegovina's artists born in Tuzla: the writer Mesa Selimovic and
painter Ismet Mujezinovic.

Tuzla is the only city in the Europe, with salt lake in the city, and only city in the world with
salt lake in the central park. A million years ago when Panonian sea disappeared from the
European ground, it left millions tones of salt stone layers. Thanks to this natural riches and
with expertise support, the salt water was pulled up on the surface and in 2003.and changed
into the Panonian lakes - lakes with salt water with minerals - which is pumping directly from
those salt stone layers. Beside enjoying in swimming - water has all characteristic of sea
water - this water has additional medical components and give very good results in treatment
of rheumatic and breathing disorders. All these facts attract thousand of visitors during the
summer days.

The tourist offer of Tuzla is enriched by the Archeological prehistorically pine dwelling
settlement, which is also the only archeological park in Balkan region. According to the
results of archeological research and findings from period of Neolith time and other
evidences which point on existence of pine dwelling settlements in location of Tuzla , it has
been made reconstruction of way of living 5-6 thousand years ago in this area in period of
Neolith. This scientific access presented the basis for construction of replica prehistorically
pine dwelling settlements with all house inventory, characteristic for that period of time.
This, unique area has very complex meaning, not only for tourist offer of Tuzla and region,
also in term of valorization of cultural-historical inheritage and its role in arising the
awareness about thousand years old roots of living in this area.

Next to the Panonian lake is the Sport-recreation center «Slana Banja» , one of the biggest
and well organized central parks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Beside walking and jogging
paths, there are tennis, basketball and football terrains. In this complex there is the Memorial
to heroes and victims of the World War Two, to defenders from 1992-1995, and to civilians
victims and Tuzla's youth which killed at Kapija in 1995. The Peace Flame House is within
this area, and gather youth with their creative initiatives and ideas. There are few restaurants
near by. At the central place in park there is sculpture of «Leda» - the art of the famous
Tuzla's sculptor Franjo Leder.

As the memorial of Islam tradition there are few very old, beautiful mosques : Poljska
(Turalibegova) Mosque was built in 1572; Sarena, Carsijska, Dzindijska, Mejdanska and
Bijela Mosque in Gornja Tuzla and Carsijska Cesma           (Central water place) dated
from 1888. Dzindijska Mosque is the most beautiful mosque, made in traditional way, and
decorated with wooden details.

The Roman Catholic Church of St.Peter was built in 1873, which was an special monument
with numerous frescoes- it was under state protection – unfortunately in 1987 had to be
destroyed due the ground settlement ( exploitation of salt). In 1998, the new Franjevac
Monastery and the Church of St. Peter and Pavla was built. Near by is situated Orthodox
Church-Uspenija Presvete Bogorodice- dated from 1874. ,which was in ‘80s of past century
successfully saved of ruining down. In Srednja Lipnica is the Chapel of Gospa Lipnicka
dated from 17 century-typical example of traditional construction. In this Chapel is the
painting of the Blesses Virgin Marija. The people of this area believe in miracle power of
this painting.
Tuzla Market Place is one of the most known markets in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has
rich offer, especially domestic products like cheese, honey, medical herbs, mushrooms,
forest fruits and almost disappeared fruits. This place, beside good offer, in a special way
represents the spirit of our city and discover the way of regular living in Tuzlas’Carsija
( City’s Center).

Different cultures were changed through history in this region and each of them left
significant signs, in material and spiritual way. This intercultural inheritance makes this
region even more rich and attractive.

Official Hotel: “Rudar”
Official delegates and competitors will be accommodated at Hotel “Rudar” which is located
in the center of Tuzla. The Hotel has 180 beds and is also available for all extra delegates and
supporters that wish to be at the same Hotel as the athletes and official delegates
Hotel for extra delegates and supporters: “Tuzla”




Hotel „Tuzla“ is situated near Hotel „Rudar“ and can be a choice for those who desire a more
luxurious accommodation.

Venue site: Bosnian Culture Center
The 20th Balkan Body Building, Fitness and Body-Fitness Championships will take place in
Tuzla’s Bosnian Culture Center.




                       Bosnian Culture Center – view from the stage

Accommodation:
The Organizing Committee will provide accommodations and three meals (different for
competitors and delegates) per day for the official members of the National Federations,
according to the following IFBB rules:
               1)Two (2) competitors or less - ONLY one (1) delegate is permitted
               2)Three (3) or more competitors -Two (2) delegates are permitted
ADDITIONAL DELEGATES AND SUPORTERS: A special package has been arranged
by the organizing committee as follows: 2 night hotel accommodations, including three meals
per day, tickets to finals, ticket to farewell banquet and transportation, for the dates 6-8th of
May. The price of this package is:
      Hotel “Rudar”
                         single bed room         90 € per person
                         double bed room         80 € per person
                         three bed room          70 € per person
      Hotel “Tuzla”
                         single bed room         200 € per person
                         double bed room         160 € per person
This package will also apply to journalists and photographers and can be purchased
upon arrival.

HOTEL DEPOSITS: An initial deposit of 100 € per person is required upon check-in for
incidental and personal expenses which may arise (telephone, mini-bar, laundry, room
service, etc.). The unused portion of this deposit will be refunded at check-out. In order to
facilitate matters, the chief delegate or team leader will be asked to provide a credit card or
cash to cover the deposit for the entire team. This individual will be fully responsible for all
expenses incurred by any member of his team. PLEASE INFORM YOUR ATHLETES
BEFORE DEPARTURE NOT TO CREATE ADDITIONAL EXPENSES FOR YOUR
FEDERATION.

PARTICIPATION FEE: Each official athlete and delegate participating will be obligated to
pay a PARTICIPATION FEE OF 30 €. This fee is payable to the Organizing Committee
upon arrival in Bor. This Participation Fee is completely separate to the Hotel Deposit
mentioned above.

Visas:
All participants require a valid passport for entry to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Please consult
the Bosnia-Herzegovina Embassy in your country to determine if you also need a visa.
Official language:
The official languages are Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian, but English is widely used. The
staff of hotels, travel agencies and shops with whom the visitors will be in contact will speak
English.

Time difference:
The time in Tuzla is in CET+1.

Currency:
The official currency in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Convertible Mark (BAM)
1.00 EUR ≈ 0.5 BAM

Climate:
During the month of May the weather is warm. The average temperature is 20C.

Electrical Current:
220 volts.
Airport arrivals:
The Organizing Committee will pick you up at the Sarajevo International Airport at your
arrival. It is very important that every Federation provides their details to the Organizing
Committee, including the number of people in their delegation. Your cooperation is essential
in order to ensure adequate transportation of your team.

Passport/Music:
All competitors must provide their passports and music (on CD, with one track) at weigh-in,
failing which the competitor will not be registered and will not be allowed to compete.

Parade of Nations:
All delegates are reminded that the dress code for the Parade of Nations is the official IFBB
uniform.

Judges:
All National Federations are reminded that their nominations for judges at the Championships
must be also included in the Final Entry Forms according to the Amendments to the Rules:
“That a National Federation must provide on the Final Entry Form the names of all judges
nominated to officiate at the competition, failing which the individual will not be allowed to
judge”. All IFBB/EBFF International Amateur Judges must be in possession of a valid
Judging Card.

National Flags:
All National Federations are reminded to bring their National Flags for use in the Victory
Ceremony.

National Anthem:
All participating National Federations must bring the music of their national anthem on a CD
with them to Tuzla. This must be on a separate CD to any posing music.

Backstage Access/Dressing room access:
Access to the backstage area/dressing room shall be strictly limited to the essential personnel
only. Coaches and trainer who assist athletes in the dressing room must be of the same sex as
the athlete they are assisting.

Cameras/Videotapes:
Cameras and videotapes shall be strictly prohibited in the backstage area/dressing room
except when used by dully recognized press personal and in any event, this device shall be
strictly prohibited in the dressing room/backstage area.

Press accreditation:
Any press representatives that wish to obtain press accreditation for this event have to register
upon arrival and contact Organization Committee.

Weigh-in and measurement of athletes:
Weigh-in will take place in the Bosnian Culture Center (which is situated about 100 meter
from the Official Hotel) on May 6th from 6.30 PM – 8.30 PM. It is the responsibility of the
chief delegate or team leader to make sure that the athletes are on time. Any athletes
who are late will not be accepted to participate.
Secretariat:
The organizing committee will man a desk in the lobby of the Hotel “Rudar” - Tuzla from 6-
8th, May 2011. You may obtain information and assistance from the Secretariat when
required.

Flight reconfirmation:
For the reconfirmation of your flight, you may seek the assistance of the Secretariat. Please
reconfirm your flight upon arrival at the Hotel “Rudar” - Tuzla to avoid last minute problem.

Entry Forms:
Please return the Preliminary Entry Form to the Organizing Committee as soon as possible
but not later than March 15th, 2011 and indicate your Federation’s intentions to participate
and the number of people from your country that will be attending the Championships.

You must return the Final Entry Form with the names of the people in your team NO
LATER THAN April 30th, 2011. Please indicate the weight and height of your athletes in
the Final Entry Form. Your co-operation is essential to ensuring your accommodations
at the Hotel “Rudar” - Tuzla and assuring adequate transportation for your team.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: All national federations that do not advise in advance about their
extra delegates and supporters to the Organizing Committee, may have a risk to find out that
the Hotel has no rooms available, due to its limited capacity. PLEASE NOTIFY THE
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE ABOUT THE NUMBER OF YOUR EXTRA
DELEGATES/INDIVIDUALS.



Please send all correspondence to:

BALKAN BODYBUILDING AND FITNESS FEDERATION
Mr. Nenad Vucković, President
Vojvode Tankosica 11/31
18000 Nis
SERBIA
Fax: + 381 4515 372
Cell: + 381 64 416 76 41
E-mail: nenadpress@gmail.com and mailto:nenadpress@ptt.rs


Consequences of failure to cooperate with the contest organizer:
Failure to cooperate with the contest organizer is contrary to the IFBB code of Ethics and will result
in the offending national federation having to pay all of their expenses, with no guarantee of
accommodation at the official hotel. If the preliminary and/or the final entry form is not submitted on
time to the organizing committee the double amount of the participation fee will be charged as a fine
to the offending national federation.
                                      PRELIMINARY ENTRY FORM


                      20th BALKAN MEN’S & WOMEN’S (Seniors and Masters)
                   BODYBUILDING, FITNESS & BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
                              Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 6-8th, 2011.

    Complete the Preliminary Entry Form and return it to the Organizing Committee
       AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BUT NO LATER THAN MARCH 15th 2011.
                             PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY


 FEDERATION NAME:_____________________________________________________________

 FEDERATION CONTACT PERSON:_________________________________________________

                           TEL:_____________________ FAX:__________________

                          E-MAIL__________________________________________

                        Our Federation is planning to participate in the
                         20TH MEN’S & WOMEN’S (Seniors and Masters)
               BALKAN BODYBUILDING, FITNESS & BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

                     Please indicate “YES” or “NO”.                  YES_________ NO_________

    NUMBER OF DELEGATES:________________NUMBER OF ATHLETES:_______________

       NUMBER OF EXTRA DELEGATES AND SUPPORTERS:_________________________

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Please be advised that there will be four (4) bodyweight categories in Men’s Bodybuilding at the 20 BALKAN
BODYBUILDING, FITNESS AND BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Lightweight (-70 kg), Light-Middleweight (-80 kg), Light-
Heavyweight (-90 kg), Heavyweight (+90 kg). Junior’s bodybuilding, up to 75 kg and over 75 kg, Men’s Classic
Bodybuilding, up to 175 cm and over 175 cm. There will be one open category for, Men’s Masters, Women’s
Bodybuilding, Women’s Fitness, Women Body Fitness, Mixed Pairs and Bikini Model category. Please be advised that
Each National Federation may send two (2) athletes per category in each discipline.

IMPORTANT: Three (3) or more athletes – two (2) official delegates permitted. Less than three (3) athletes – one official (1)
delegate permitted. National Federations with no athletes may send one (1) official delegate, however, this delegate will be
responsible for all of his or her expenses. Any judges, coaches, or trainers who are not official delegates will be responsible for
all of their expenses. All National Federations must provide the names of all judges in the Final Entry Form to officiate at the
competition, failing which the individuals will not be allowed to judge.
Consequences of failure to cooperate with the contest organizer: Failure to cooperate with the contest organizer is contrary to
the IFBB Code of Ethics and will result in the offending National Federations having to pay all of their expenses, with no
guarantee of accommodation at the official hotel. If the preliminary and/or the final entry form is not submitted on time to the
organizing committee the double amount of the registration fee will be charged as a fine to the offending National Federations.

THE PRELIMINARY ENTRY FORM INDICATING THE NUMBER OF YOUR TEAM MEMBERS MUST BE RETURNED NO
LATER THAN MARCH 15th, 2011 TO:


                               BALKAN BODYBUILDING AND FITNESS FEDERATION
                               Mr. Nenad Vuckovic, President
                               Vojvode Tankosica 11/31
                               18000 Nis
                               SERBIA
                               Fax:      + 381 4515 372
                               Cell:     + 381 64 416 76 41
                               E-mail: nenadpress@gmail.com; nenadpress@ptt.rs
                                       FINAL ENTRY FORM


                    20th BALKAN MEN’S & WOMEN’S (Seniors and Masters)
                 BODYBUILDING, FITNESS & BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
                          Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 6-8th, 2011.

        Complete the Final Entry Form and return it to the Organizing Committee
          AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BUT NO LATER THAN APRIL 30th 2011.
                              PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

FEDERATION NAME:
TEL.:                           FAX:                   EMAIL:
 st                                             nd
1 DELEGATE:                                    2     DELEGATE:
MOBILE PHONES:
OFFICIAL JUDGES: 1)                            2)
EXTRA DELEGATES:
EXTRA SUPPORTERS:




          JUNIOR'S BODYBUILDING up to 75 kg                 MEN'S CLASSIC BODYBUILDING over 175cm
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
           JUNIOR'S BODYBUILDING over 75 kg                      MEN'S BODYBUILDING up to 70 kg
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
       WOMEN'S BODYBUILDING – open category                       MEN'S BODYBUILDING up to 80kg
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
            WOMEN'S FITNESS – open category                      MEN'S BODYBUILDING up to 90 kg
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
WOMEN'S BODY-FITNESS – open category                              MEN'S BODYBUILDING over 90 kg
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
                                                         MEN'S BODYBUILDING MASTERS – open category
              BIKINI MODEL – open category
                                                                        (over 40 years of age)
Competitor 1:                                         Competitor 1:
Competitor 2:                                         Competitor 2:
MEN'S CLASSIC BODYBUILDING up to 175cm                                     MIXED PAIRS
Competitor 1:                                         Male:
Competitor 2:                                         Female:


                   ARRIVAL DETAILS                                  DEPARTURE DETAILS
DATE:                                                 DATE:
TIME:                                                 TIME:
AIRLINE:                                              AIRLINE:
FLIGHT No.:                                           FLIGHT No.:




     Please indicate other means of transportation: BUS………..… TRAIN……..…..




EACH OFFICIAL DELEGATE, ATHLETE AND JUDGE WILL PAY A PARTICIPATION
FEE OF 30.00 EURO
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Please be advised that there will be four (4) bodyweight categories in Men’s Bodybuilding at the 20 BALKAN
BODYBUILDING, FITNESS AND BODY-FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Lightweight (-70 kg), Light-Middleweight (-80 kg), Light-
Heavyweight (-90 kg), Heavyweight (+90 kg). Junior’s bodybuilding, up to 75 kg and over 75 kg, Men’s Classic
Bodybuilding, up to 175 cm and over 175 cm. There will be one open category for, Men’s Masters, Women’s
Bodybuilding, Women’s Fitness, Women Body Fitness, Mixed Pairs and Bikini Model category. Please be advised that
Each National Federation may send two (2) athletes per category in each discipline.

IMPORTANT: Three (3) or more athletes – two (2) official delegates permitted. Less than three (3) athletes – one official (1)
delegate permitted. National Federations with no athletes may send one (1) official delegate, however, this delegate will be
responsible for all of his or her expenses. Any judges, coaches, or trainers who are not official delegates will be responsible for
all of their expenses. All National Federations must provide the names of all judges in the Final Entry Form to officiate at the
competition, failing which the individuals will not be allowed to judge.
Consequences of failure to cooperate with the contest organizer: Failure to cooperate with the contest organizer is contrary to
the IFBB Code of Ethics and will result in the offending National Federations having to pay all of their expenses, with no
guarantee of accommodation at the official hotel. If the preliminary and/or the final entry form is not submitted on time to the
organizing committee the double amount of the registration fee will be charged as a fine to the offending National Federations.

THE FINAL ENTRY FORM INDICATING THE ACTUAL NAMES OF YOUR TEAM MEMBERS MUST BE RETURNED NO
LATER THAN APRIL30th, 2011 TO:


                               BALKAN BODYBUILDING AND FITNESS FEDERATION
                               Mr. Nenad Vuckovic, President
                               Vojvode Tankosica 11/31
                               18000 Nis
                               SERBIA
                               Fax:      + 381 4515 372
                               Cell:     + 381 64 416 76 41
                               E-mail: nenadpress@gmail.com; nenadpress@ptt.rs
                BALKAN BODYBUILDING FEDERATION




                          TENTATIVE SCHEDULE


Friday, May 6th 2011.


11:00 - 17:00   Arrivals, registration of delegates and atletes - Hotel „Rudar“
17:30- 18:30    Tehnical Meeting (Judges, Coaches, heads of delegations) – Bosnian
                Culture Center
18:30 -20:30    Weigh-in, Measurement – Bosnian Culture Center
20:30 -22:00    Dinner - Hotel “Rudar”


Saturday, May 7th 2011.


07:30 -09:00    Breakfast
11:30 -12:00    Coctail for delegates with the President of District
12:00 -13:30    Lunch
      14:00     Departure from the Hotel to the venue site – Bosnian
      15:00     Finals
      21:00     Farewell Banquet


Sunday, May 8th 2011.


07:30 -9:30     Breakfast
                Departure of competitors and delegates

				
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