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  • Fast-track your way into the Rio 2016 Olympians Reunion Centre by EY


    03/08/16

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    The WOA is pleased to announce that pre-registration for the Olympians Reunion Centre by EY is now open. All Olympians travelling to Rio de Janeiro for this summer’s Olympic Games are invited to pre-register online for their venue accreditation which will mean faster entry into the exclusive venue.

    The Olympians Reunion Centre by EY is a private drop-in club which will welcome Olympians (plus one guest) throughout the Games and act as a home away from home in the heart of Rio. Visitors can relax and enjoy free Wi-Fi, complimentary snacks and beverages as well as live streaming of the Olympic Games in a space that has been especially designed with Olympians in mind.

    Situated at the iconic Club de Regatas do Flamengo on the shores of Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas and near to the world famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, the Olympians Reunion Centre by EY will offer guests an unforgettable Olympic experience. It is also handily placed for Olympic transport routes and adjacent to the Olympic Rowing and Canoe venue.

    It will bring together Olympians of all generations within an informal environment to reunite with past acquaintances, form new friendships and share their Olympic stories. The venue will also play host to a series of interesting and fun events and functions as well as inspiring photographic installations celebrating Olympism.

    Olympians can pre-register HERE and enjoy the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in comfort and style. By registering in advance you and one guest can gain priority access and avoid queues on the door.

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