Tickets for the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships at Historic Hayward Field will go at a bargain to the overall population on Feb. 13, it was declared today.
The six-day meet, which is going to the U.S. without precedent for history, will be held July 22-27. It highlights rivalry between the world’s best olympic style events competitors less than 20 years old.
All-session passes and weekend travel permits will be the principal ticket bundles made accessible to the general population.
The all-session pass gives access to the whole meet, including opening and shutting services. The weekend travel permit gives admission to sessions on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Single-day tickets will go on special in late spring, 2014.
Tickets can be bought in four distinctive seating classifications: premium saved, held, general confirmation and general affirmation for senior (62-and-over) and youth (17-and-under). Costs will go from $26 – $175 for an all-session pass and from $13 – $105 for a weekend international ID.
The meet has served as a worldwide turning out gathering for such stars as Usain Bolt, Allyson Felix, Mo Farah, Sanya Richards-Ross and Jesse Williams.
“There is an inconceivable measure of eagerness for conveying the IAAF World Junior Championships to the U.S. interestingly,” said TrackTown USA President Vin Lananna. “We are sure it will be a definitive TrackTown experience for the competitors and fans.”
TrackTown USA is the neighborhood sorting out board of trustees for the IAAF occasion.
The Eugene-based association likewise served as LOC for the 2008 and 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials. It will perform those obligations at the 2015 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Portland, and the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
The IAAF World Junior Championships will be held in conjunction with a few other energizing occasions – an extended Oregon Track Club all-comer’s meet, 5K people group run, superior track and field competition meet, and Eugene Marathon and Half Marathon – in one enormous festival of running known as “Run TrackTown.”
“We need to come to an obvious conclusion regarding little children that keep running, between top-end rivalries like the World Junior Championships, and all the different occasions driving into the Eugene Marathon,” Lananna said. “It will be one phenomenal weekend.”
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