IPC Athletics European Championships
18-23 August

Types of role available

Volunteer at Swansea 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships

Become a 'Champion' at Swansea 2014

ⒸSwansea 2014

Become a 'Champion' at Swansea 2014 © • Swansea 2014

Hannah Cockroft 100m T34 Lyon
Hannah Cockroft of Great Britain celebrates winning the women's 100m T34 final during day three of the IPC Athletics World Championships on July 22, 2013 in Lyon, France. © • Getty
Mandy Francois-Elie sprinting on a tartan track leading the field.
Mandy Francois-Elie won the first gold medal for France at the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships in Lyon. © • G-Picout
Jonnie Peacock celebrates winning gold in the men's 100m T44 Final on Day 8 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Here is a snap shot of some of the types of roles which are available during Swansea 2014

Champion Team Leader

To assist with the operational management of volunteers on site

Arrivals Champion

Assist arrivals and Departures of athletes and officials – including providing welcomes at local train station / Cardiff airport

Accreditation Champion

Checking passes and permitting access to appropriate zones at Swansea University International sports village at Sketty Lane

Catering Champion

To assist staff in the delivery/production of quality meals, including provision of meals for those with special dietary requirements

Spectator Champion

To assist spectators with enquiries including assistance in finding areas at venue, and car parks

Ceremony Champion

To assist at opening and closing ceremonies

VIP Service Champion

To assist with the meeting and greeting of VIPs

Sustainability Champion

The role will include activities relating to recycling and waste reduction at Swansea University International sports village

View the Swansea 2014 'Champions' Volunteering Policy here.

If you have any queries regarding volunteering at Swansea 2014 please email us at champions@swansea2014.com.