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BULLETIN Arena service 10MILA 2017

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Food and drink at the arena

The arena offers a restaurant serving hot food, and two well-filled kiosks with coffee/tea, sandwiches, homemade baked goods, candy, and so forth.

In the restaurant tent, you can follow the competition on three TV-screens. Restaurant customers have priority when it comes to seating, but otherwise you are welcome to spend time there.

Opening hours:

Friday: 12.00 – 22.00 ”Swedish fika” in the kiosks

Saturday: 07.00 kiosks open

Saturday: 10.30 restaurant opens with hot meals until 22.00, afterwards soup, etc.

Sunday: 13.00 kiosks close (on Sunday no hot meals are served, only soup)

Menu:

  • Lasagna
  • Chicken casserole with root vegetables and coconut milk (glutenfree, lactosefree)
  • Vegetarian hash (glutenfree, lactosefree)
  • Hamburger
  • Hotdog with bread, cooked or grilled, with bread
  • Gulash soup
  • Vegetarian soup
  • Chicken salad
  • Vegetarian salad

 At the arena you can also buy kebab made with game meat (venison, etc.)

 

TBE vaccination

We offer vaccination against TBE (tick-borne encephalitis) at the arena at the following times:

Friday: 15.00 – 17.00

Saturday: 11.00 – 13.00, 15.00 – 19.00, and 20.00 – 21.00

Sunday: 07.00 – 10.00

Read more at www.fasting.nu

Price for orienteers: Adults 310 SEK

Children 280 SEK

Payment by SWISH or credit card

The vaccine is administered by Elisabeth Ericsson, RN and rural vaccinator.

She can be found in a tent beside the first aid tent.

Medical assistance / first aid

10MILA provides access to first aid at the arena, and at a medical spot in the forest.

Trained medical personnel (doctors and nurses) attend to runners who are injured or experience unanticipated illness, according to their areas of expertise.

After initial treatment has been given, subsequent treatment must be sought at regular health care centres (primary care or emergency care). The medical personnel on site recommend appropriate follow-up care, primarily in the emergency care system in the Gothenburg area.

Information about rules and rights to medical care in cases of urgent illness can be found on the website below. Visitors from another country who become ill during a brief visit to Sweden always can obtain necessary or emergency care, though fees may be charged.

http://www.1177.se/Vastra-Gotaland/Regler-och-rattigheter/Vard-av-personer-fran-andra-lander1/#section-1

Exhibition tents 

Visit the arena tent to see displays of the activities of several companies.

Sale of sports merchandise

This year, both SM Sport and Salmings Sport sell sports clothing and accessories. They have a broad inventory.

Opening hours:

Friday: 15.00 – 20.00

Saturday 08.00 – Sunday 13.00

During the night, TV screens in the sport shop tent let you follow the competition from there.

Train travel to 10MILA

There is a train stop at Partille station, used by certain trains operated by SJ and by MTR, and by the commuter train between Gothenburg and Alingsås. Partille station is 3 km from the arena. Bus 519 runs along this road. It is a 6 minute busride from the station to the arena, and a bus passes every 30 minutes. See www.vasttrafik.se for more information about public transport.

 

 

 

10MILA countdown

Tidigare avsnitt

Countdown 1

Countdown 2

Countdown 3

Countdown 4

Terrain talk

The terrain in Gothenburg episode 1 (in swedish)

Terrain episode 1

Terrain episode 2

Terrain episode 3

Additional videos

Whole interview with Thomas Norgren

 

10MILA.SE

NEWS 2017