Re: VERY URGENT: UNICON XII SURVEY(korea)

I expect more than 10 Korean unicyclist including me and my sun will
participate in Tokyo Unicon.
But I am not sure exactly because one and half year left unil Unicon.

Baeg.

“Jack Halpern” <jack@kanji.org> wrote in message
news:mailman.1039657362.5677.rsu@unicycling.org
> p
> Hi all,
>
> Yesterday we had a meeting of all members of the International Committee
of the JUA and I
> I have some very good news about Unicon XII but we are in a great hurry to
conduct a survey
> first so the details will have to wait for later. Very briefly:
>
> 1. HIGHLIGHTS
> ----------------
> DATES
> Registration: July 23, 202
> Convention July 24 to August 2 2004
>
> 2. PLACE
>
> The very best we can hope for – like a dream come true. The facilities
used for
> e$B!!!e(B Tokyo Olympics right in the heart of Tokyo near Yoyogi Park:
Roughly:
>
> * ARTISTIC: Yoyogi National Stadium 2nd Gymnasium
> * RACES: Metropolitan Yoyogi Park Track&Field Stadium
> * MUNI: FUJIMI Panorama All Round Resort (near Mount Fuji)
> * FACILITIES: National Olympics Memorial Youth Center (maybe from only $15
or so a night)
>
> Almost all events including basketball and hockey will be at the Yoyogi
facility, all within walking
> distance in one of the nicest areas of Tokyo-- Harajuku.
>
>
> 2. QUICK SURVEY
> ---------------
> All of the above is almost certain but is nevertheless provisional. We
must determine, as soon
> as humanly possible, roughly how many non-Japanese riders will attend so
as to get the
> reservations for the National Olympics Memorial Youth Center.
>
> Previous email from John Foss indicates that we can expect at least 300
riders. We know that
> China, Korea and probably Singapore and Israel will join us, and based on
previous Unicons and the
> fact that lodging will be VERY cheap, I would be very surprised if we have
less than 400 – probably
> over 500. We must know the number now as we cannot change it after the
reservation is completed.
> If less people show up, no problem as we can fill it up with Japanese.
>
> Can some one help us conduct a survey so we get results real quick –
about a week.
> It need not be accurate, of course. Just rough figures will do.
>
>
> 3. OTHER QUESTIONS
> --------------------
>
> On basketball, we need to know roughly how long it will take to do all the
matches, including
> preliminaries. The gym is very expensive to rent. Would one full day be
enough (except for
> the finals). How many teams can we expect?
>
> The same question goes for hockey, which except for the finals will
probably be held in the
> tennis court. Would one full day be enough? How many teams can we expect?
>
> I am looking forward to all of your cooperation in getting these questions
answered as soon
> as possible.
>
> P.S. When replying to this thread, PLEASE DON’T DELETE the people on the
ccline (JUA people).
>
>
> Stay on top, Jack Halpern
> Executive Director for International Development
> International Unicycling Federation, Inc.
> Website: http://www.kanji.org

Re: VERY URGENT: UNICON XII SURVEY(korea)

Baeg wrote…
>I expect more than 10 Korean unicyclist including me and my sun will
>participate in Tokyo Unicon.
>But I am not sure exactly because one and half year left unil Unicon.

Anyong haseyo! We greatly look forward to the Korean Team. You may know that
in 1987 Unicon III was held in Japan and a Korean Team of about ten participated.

The next time I go to Korea I definitely want to get together with your club.

P.S. We make Korean dictionaries and I sometimes go on business.

Stay on top, Jack Halpern
Executive Director for International Development
International Unicycling Federation, Inc.
Website: http://www.kanji.org