The Northwestern Hungarian Olympic Center, Tata – Hungary
The Tata Olympic Center – as it is officially called – is one of the best-known sports facilities in the country for top-level Hungarian athletes training for the Olympics or International competitions.
The services of the training camp are frequently used by national and international sports federations – from various disciplines – to prepare their athletes for international competitions.
The training camp is located about an hour’s drive from Budapest, in the green belt of Tata, in the area of a 220-year-old English park, on the shores of Lake Cseke.
Access by car: Through the M1 motorway.
Access by train and airport transfer from Budapest: Details will be provided soon.
For more information on the location of the next edition of the OCR European Championships, please visit mnsk.hu
The OCR European Championships is the official Obstacle Sports Championships for Europe. The event is under the regulation of the European Obstacle Sports Federation (EOSF), the Governing Body for the Sport in Europe.
Registration for all competitive waves of the OCR European Championships shall be open to national teams and club teams affiliated to national federations, according to the structure of competitions as defined by the Board of European Obstacle Sports Federation in accordance with Article 15 of the EOSF Bye-Laws.
The European Obstacle Sports Federation exists to represent the needs of its members, the Obstacle Sports Federations from Europe. Each year one of the member countries is designated by EOSF to organize the OCR European Championships.
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The Hungarian OCR Sport Federation
The organization – functioning under the legal name of Magyarországi OCR Sportszövetség – was established in 2017. Starting 2021, the organization was recognized by the Ministry of Sports as a National Sports Governing Body for Obstacle Sports in Hungary. The Federation currently incorporates 30 Sports Clubs. Its purpose is to promote and regulate obstacle sports – and its sub-sports – in Hungary.
The European Obstacle Sports Federation
The European Obstacle Sports Federation is designated as the sole competent authority – authorized and delegated by World Obstacle, the Fédération Internationale de Sports d’Obstacles – for the promotion, supervision, and directing of all men’s and women’s official obstacle sporting events from Europe.