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IC Week 2019 France - Entry Forms

IC Week 2019 France - Entry Forms

In conjunction with its 90th anniversary, the IC of France are hosting the 25th IC Week.

The 2019 IC Week will take place on the 8th - 12th of September at the wonderful Le Touquet Tennis Club, in the North of France. The week will include a Windmill Trophy & Orsini Trophy, as well as a Mercelis Trophy & Winnie Woolridge Cup, alongside an array of social activities and dinners.

All ICs should have received the factsheets and entry forms via email but these can also be found below. Registrations must be sent to Marine Piriou at piriou.marine@gmail.com and fees must be paid to the IC of France by January 31st 2019.

 

Presentation_IC WEEK 2019 project_V11.pdf

IC WEEK 2019 REGISTRATION FORM_Windmill Trophy.docx

IC WEEK 2019 REGISTRATION FORM_Mercelis Trophy.docx

IC WEEK 2019 FACT SHEET_Mercelis Trophy.pdf

IC WEEK 2019 FACT SHEET_Windmill Trophy.pdf

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