The Hungarian Archery Association will host the 2015 IFAA World Bowhunter Championships at the Gödöllő city, August 22-30. More details will be posted as the event nears, please check back for more information. You can contact the HAA at 0036 1 404-1642 or by email at email@example.com
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As Chairman of the Organising Committee and on behalf of the Hungarian Archery Association, I am pleased to invite you to the IFAA World Bowhunter Championships 2015.
The competition will take place 24–30-th of August 2015 and will be shot according to the IFAA rules and regulations. The event is open to all competitors from member countries and organization.
The Championship will be held in Gödöllő. WBHC competition centre and accommodations are located at Campus of Szent István University. The courses are convinence walking in the Hills of Gödöllő, and nice woods ideal for bowhunting and will be perfect for bowhunter championships.
I hope that your experience here will be one of the finest archery memories.
Finally, on behalf of myself, the event Organising Committee, and all Hungarian Archers I warmly welcome all of you to Gödöllő.
OC and HAA
Gödöllő is a town situated in Pest county 30 km Northeast of Budapest. It lies on the banks of Rákos stream, in the valley of Gödöllő downs. It has direct access to M3 motorway and the brand new M31 relief road. Main road nr. 3 crosses the town and the major train line that connects Budapest to Miskolc (Eastern Hungary) goes through Gödöllő.
Gödöllő is surrounded by downs all around and yet it is an open place as two other open downs join the main downs with their green slopes: Öreghegy (Old Hill), 302 m, and Gudrahegy (Gudra Hill), 251 m. On the South it joins Rákos down, on the East it connects with Besnyő down. Here it is delimited by the Juharos (308 m), Fácános, Börecs, Perőc, Nagy and Kis Fenyves, Nagyremete, Kisremete, Bolnoka (329 m), Haraszt, Gyertyános, Szilhát and Röges hills. In Babat as well as between Gödöllő and Isaszeg fishing lakes were created. There are fed by two streams: Rákos and Aranyos.
Gödöllő lies in a clean, green and panoramic area surrounded by forests. Due to its natural gifts and the favorable geographical position Gödöllő is one of the most attractive settlements among those surrounding Budapest, the capital of Hungary. The forests in Gödöllő's downs have always offered kings and governors excellent grounds for wild game hunting. Download the mobile application for APPLE or ANDROID smart phone.
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