Organisers of the IAAF World Championships London 2017 have announced that more than 100,000 remaining tickets for next August's championships will go on sale on Tuesday 29 November from 10am (GMT).
Tickets for all sessions of the championships, which will take place in the former Olympic Stadium within Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park between 4-13 August 2017, will be available on a first-come first-served basis, including those for the men’s 100m final, 200m final, all relay finals, and the 10,000m final.
Tickets will be available exclusively via the official ticketing website: tickets.london2017athletics.com.
Tickets going back on sale include all those not purchased in the ballot and tickets released back for sale due to failed customer payments – meaning a limited number of tickets for the most coveted sessions are once again on sale.
"We are delighted to release the remaining tickets for the IAAF World Championships London 2017 to general sale," said Championships Director Niels de Vos.
“More than half a million tickets have already been sold for the championships but we’re determined to make the championships a complete sell-out. We’ve already sold more than any previous championships and we know we can recreate those amazing moments from London 2012 once more.
“This is a great opportunity to experience a packed stadium and some amazing sport, and we’re thrilled with the response so far."
LOC for the IAAF