FAQ: Seating Chart for Olympic Trials in Omaha

One question that we’ve been asked about frequently this week is “where are my seats?” If you are a ticket-holder for the 2012 Olympic Trials, we have your answers!

Check out the seating chart above, from StubHub, that includes a designation of the start and finish end, to find out where you’ll be watching Michael, Missy, Ryan, Natalie and the rest of the US Team fight for spots in London.

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This map from the CenturyLink Center’s website (click to zoom in) also shows row and seat numbers, to assist in finding your location – it’s flipped from the above map, so keep that in mind. (We’re Section 220, Row 1… come stay hi!) http://www.centurylinkcenteromaha.com/Libraries/CenturyLink_Images/SeatingLayout_ViewSeatLarge.sflb.ashx

bobo gigi

I will sit in front of my computer during the night to watch american swimming and track and field trials. It will not be easy but I hope to find a place to watch these big moments of sport.

liquidassets

I’m taking the week off from work next week so that i have time to watch both the swimming and track & field trials.

Springbrook

Spoke with the CenturyLink box office this morning. They said that for the sections adjacent to the pool, rows 1-8 have been removed, to make space for the pool. So row 9 is actually the front row, row 10 is the second row, etc.

Springbrook

Forgot to add that if you want to independently verify this (I didn’t believe it when I first heard it, which is why I called the box office), go to StubHub (or any other ticket-selling site) and look at the tickets for sale in the 100 sections by the pool (I assume 103-109 and 188-123). You won’t find any in a row lower than 9. And if you do, please speak up!

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