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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How does my club or sports association become a member of the SLOC?
  Members of the SLOC must first be recognised as a true practicing sport by the International Federation (I.F.). Application for membership should be made in writing to the address listed on the contacts page.
2. Who can join the SLOC?
  Olympic/ Commonwealth game Sports organisations that have been recognised as National Federations are welcome to join the SLOC. Please note that individuals seeking assistance need to go through the relevant national federation body.
3. What financial assistance can the SLOC offer?
  The SLOC can offer assistance for participation in major championships under the Olympic banner and training for technical personnel. Limited financial assistance is available for internal affiliates for internal programmes. If you would like to be a recipient of SLOC funding, submit in writing a proposal outlining the programme, a rationale, a budget and any information you think would be helpful to the SLOC.
4. What are the working hours of the SLOC?
  The SLOC is open Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 4.30 pm.
5. Does the SLOC provide opportunities for training?
  The SLOC facilitates training opportunities through an annual programme in conjunction with the Hungarian Institute of Physical Education. We also keep track of other opportunities which arise. For information on courses and seminars visit the Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO) website. PASO is an international regional organisation recognised by the IOC.
6. How is the SLOC funded?
  The SLOC is funded through Olympic Solidarity in Lausanne Switzerland, and the PASO office in Mexico.
7. How do I get to Beijing?
  Contact solar tours and travel the local agent for the Beijing 2008 Olympics.

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