It’s all about the glamour, thousands of camera flashes and the roar of the crowd as the athletic elite go for glory on track and field.
The athletics is always one of the highlights of any Olympics, combining commitment, endeavour, timing and belief to become the best in the world. There have been some fantastic Team GB moments that are not only iconic to athletics but defining moments in UK sport – nothing brings a nation together like the Olympic Games and Tokyo promises to be special.
Often seen as one of the showpiece sports on the Olympic Programme, athletics is an exclusive collection of 47 track and field events that involve competitive running, jumping, throwing, and walking.
Many of Team GB’s iconic Olympic moments originate from track and field and perhaps none more so than ‘Super Saturday’ during London 2012 with gold medal wins for Jess Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford lighting up the Olympic Stadium and forging a new passion for athletics in the UK.
In Tokyo, Team GB will possess a host of potential medal options. From Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake to Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Dina Asher-Smith and Laura Muir, there are plenty of opportunities for success and you can be there with one of our packages.
Team GB selected 366 athletes for Rio 2016 who competed across 23 sports. It was the biggest team at an away Games for 24 years. Sir Mo Farah became only the second man to retain the 5,000m and 10,000m titles when he triumphed in both events in Rio. He is now also the first British track and field athlete to win four Olympic gold medals.
Will there be more of the same this time from Great Britain’s finest? There’s the talent and the belief to make it special again.
Seat Map of Ticket Categories
If you want to know where certain ticket categories are for your Team GB Live package, here is a useful image of the seating map for the Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020.
Please note this map is made available as a guide only, is not to scale and is an approximation of where your tickets may be located in the venue.
This map is subject to change and re-categorisation at any time at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee.