Cable 2015
IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships
23 January - 2 February

Spectators

Cable 2015 will represent the biggest gathering of elite athletes since the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games.

Over 150 athletes from more than 20 countries will compete over nine days in both cross country and biathlon.

Seating allocation

All races and ceremonies for Cable 2015 are free and open to the public.

All races and ceremonies for Cable 2015 are free and open to the public. The Championship venue will have multiple grandstands spread over most portions of the course with the primary focus in and around the stadium area. The stadium area will also have allocated wheelchair spaces. The course layout provides several areas to observe the Championships along the race course. These viewing points will accommodate both standing and wheelchair spectators but deep snow may limit chair accessibility.

Seating will operate on a first-come first-served basis.

Accommodation

For more information for visiting the Cable area or accommodation, please visit www.cable4fun.com.

Catering and merchandise

The Cable 2015 spectator venue will be comprised of catering, merchandise, information and activity booths providing you will a chance to grab a bite to eat or drink and pick up a souvenir of this fantastic event. Tickets will not be required for this area of the event. Souvenirs and food are also available throughout the Cable Area as well.

First aid and wellbeing

There will be first aid available at the Championship venue during competition times. It is highly recommended that you dress appropriately for the weather conditions and be prepared for any changes, i.e bring warm clothing, gloves and a hat.

Parking

There will be designated parking spaces at the Championship venue on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no charge for parking.

Limited accessible parking will be available on site. Users must have their blue badge clearly visible for eligibility.

Bus information

kagon Transit will provide buses running from Hayward Wisconsin to the Championship venue and back on a limited schedule each day of competition. Buses will run from various hotels at a cost of $2.

Transportation directions by road

Competition venue

Leave Cable heading East on Highway M for 2.4km. Turn right on Telemark Road and continue on road until you arrive at the Championship venue (just over 3km)

Awards Ceremonies

Leave Cable heading east on Highway M 13.2km to Lakewoods Resort on left. Ceremonies will take place each evening at 5pm (UTC) on the pond adjacent to the lodge.

Cable 2015 - Championships Schedule
Date Programme
Team arrival 21 January
Unofficial training 21- 31 January
Opening Ceremony 23 January
Team Captain's meeting Daily from 23 January (except 25, 28 January and 1 February)
Training 23 January - 1 February
Competition cross-country skiing 25 (long), 28 (sprint), 31 (relay) January; 1 February (middle)
Competition biathlon 24 (sprint), 27 (middle), 30 January (individual)
Day off 26 and 29 January
Victory Ceremony Daily 24 January - 1 February (not 26, 29 January)
Sport Forum 29 January
Closing Ceremony 1 February
Team departure 2 February

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