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  1. Ok, so gone to buy canoe sprint tickets as it said they had good availability for all sessions first 4 days yet there is only the option for category a tickets after 2 mins???
  2. After applying for 24 sessions through cosport I got nothing. They said their first come first served sales for those who got nothing would start june 23rd. Anybody else heard anything such as what is left or what time it starts at?
  3. When I click on them it just says file no longer available.
  4. It's here: http://en.beijing2008.com/71/67/column211716771.shtml The top download is supposed to be a printable day by day schedule but is missing swimming, diving and possibly some other. The other download has all the session times on it.
  5. wherever it is and whatever it says its the finalised version and isnt going to change http://www.gamesbids.com/cgi-bin/news/view...p;id=1162575673
  6. http://www.gamesbids.com/cgi-bin/news/view...p;id=1162314132 Says here as well. We must be able to see it somewhere
  7. Seems as if all the schedule changes are happening http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/6086814.stm http://www.gamesbids.com/cgi-bin/news/view...p;id=1161882333 "The competition schedule for the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games have finally been agreed upon by the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) executive board “after a thorough consultation process”, said IOC coordination commission chairman Hein Verbruggen. The swimming finals and the team and all-round individual events in gymnastics will be held in the morning, but the individual apparatus events take place in evening sessions. All the track and field finals will be in the evening except for the marathon, while the men’s basketball final will be held in the afternoon, according to an IOC spokesman. Verbruggen said the international federations responsible for the sports which run the events at the Games had agreed to the schedule." When will we get to see the finished schedule and when will tickets be going on sale?
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