analysis of the London stadium?

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Re: analysis of the London stadium?

Postby gh » Thu May 17, 2012 3:27 pm

the Londonist isn't impressed ... -guide.php

<<...t looks like anybody in the stadium come Games time will have a vibrant, if potentially chilly, time, especially if they remember to bring their binoculars with them. Maybe that’s why they’re sometimes called “field glasses”?..>>

<<....the sandpit might as well have been on the moon for all we could see of any triple or long jumpers using it. In particular, the distance measuring panels, so useful to the television viewer, completely obscured the seated landings of the competitors....>>
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Re: analysis of the London stadium?

Postby mump boy » Fri May 18, 2012 12:03 am

that review is spot on and the observations about the seating categories are exactly why i didn't even bother trying to buy any tickets. Even now people who'e spent 100's of pounds have no idea where they are seated and from what i've seen many of them are going to be disappointed
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Re: analysis of the London stadium?

Postby Daisy » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:27 am

What is the redux on the stadium. Did it turn out OK?

The modifications required to make it a multipurpose stadium look pretty good too. If it works.
The drawings, published on the club's official site, show how the Stadium will be able to function as both an athletics arena - with seating withdrawn - and a football ground with the four sides of the lower bowl pushed towards the pitch by automated motors. ... d-publicly
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