The early rounds of the Olympics tend to have fewer spectators than later rounds. Some sports are of lesser interest and like many sports, some tickets just don't sell. The Brits have solved the problem of empty seats by giving unused tickets to their military members. Very cool, small compensation for a life of service, but good on you Britain.
So when you see the crowd filled out by uniformed men and women be proud.
by CMHypno4 years ago
So the next wheeze is that because of the Olympics it will cost more to post a parcel that will take longer to deliver? Bet the cost doesn't go down after.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article …...
by Max Zvyagintsev2 years ago
Welcome Aboard!Here are the rules to the game:1. You are given 4 numbers, e.g. 1234 and must use each number, only once, to make 24 2. You may use addition, subtraction, multiplication & division as many times as...
by Stacie L4 years ago
Diamond Jubilee costs UK economy £275mMon May 28, 2012 9:55AM GMTShare1438Britains royal family is worth a dizzying £44 billion in tangible and intangible assets as a brand, a study shows, yet the Queens...
by scorpio7777 years ago
why cricket becomes most popular.most of the people in different countries are saying they only watch cricket than any other game .is it good for other sports
by jcales4 years ago
The main topic here is Sports and racism so it should be in this category.There are growing fears of racism at Olympic events - mainly from the race-related soccer hooligans in Poland and the Ukraine. Examples: ...
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