Regular individual or group sports are covered automatically by basic travel insurance. However, if you are preparing to race or do more demanding sports, choose a suitable supplementary insurance. You can choose from two insurance options:
Active sports: canoeing with the appropriate equipment and with a professional instructor; cyclo-cross; BMX; mountain bike trials; yachting; equestrian sports other than horse racing; riding all-terrain-vehicles; skateboarding; ice-hockey; crashed ice (ice cross downhill); figure skating; speed skating; parasailing; surfing; windsurfing; kiting; moving via ferrata in terrain designated up to a maximum of level C, inclusive; floor hockey; street hockey; American football; white water rafting up to difficulty level 3 with appropriate equipment and a professional instructor; rugby; underwater rugby; recreational skiing and snowboarding on marked and public slopes, routes and access roads to them; recreational scuba diving up to depths of 40 m with a scuba diving certificate; recreational river rafting up to Class 3 difficulty level, inclusive, without increased waterflow and with appropriate equipment; fencing (swordsmanship); historical fencing (historical European martial arts); shooting sports; powerlifting; Olympic-style weightlifting; no-contact martial arts, including Judo and Karate; diving; bungee jumping; and mountain climbing and trekking on designated and public trails and routes up to an elevation of 5000 metres above sea level and up to Level II (medium difficulty) according to the international UIAA scale, inclusive.
Organised sports: races and competitions, including meets, trainings, and competitive and friendly matches in all of the above-listed sports.