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3 May 2012, 15:10 | Updated: 3 May 2012, 15:13
An area a bit like "Henman Hill" is going to be built in the Olympic Park so that people who go to the Games can watch other events on a big screen.
'Park Live' will be open throughout the day and have space available for 10,000 spectators to sit, watch and have picnics. It'll be set in the centre of the wetland bowl, within the newly created 250 acre parklands, which provide new green space for people and wildlife as well as spectacular views of the Olympic venues and London landmarks.
LOCOG have also re-iterated their intention to let some people into the Olympic Park without sporting tickets, but won't say how many, the cost or how they'll be available.