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High price archery tickets still available

23 May 2012
London – 23 May 2012
LOCOG released details about which events still have ticket availability ahead of a general sale on 23 May 2012. A number of sports are already sold out. Archery still has availability but at high price
LOCOG released details about which events still have ticket availability ahead of a general sale on 23 May 2012. A number of sports are already sold out. Archery still has availability but at high price. Sports now completely sold out are: athletics, canoe slalom, cycling (BMX, road and track), all equestrian events, rhythmic gymnastics, modern pentathlon, swimming, marathon swimming and synchronised swimming, tennis, triathlon and opening and closing ceremonies. There are still some tickets available for around USD 30 in boxing, fencing, football, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, weightlifting and with limited availability, in judo and wrestling. Archery, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, canoe sprint, diving, handball and hockey still have availability but at higher price points from USD 70 to USD 700. In the same higher prince points, there is limited availability in the following sports: artistic gymnastics, mountain bike, race walk, rowing, sailing and water polo. There are small amounts of tickets left in gymnastics (trampoline) and shooting, and tickets for general entry to the Olympic Park still have good availability. LOCOG Commercial Director Chris TOWNSEND said: "Our priority has been to get as many people who missed out in the sales process last year to the Games. We have delivered on our promise and now another 150,000 people have successfully purchased up to four tickets each" Source: LOCOG Edited by World Archery Communication