If you tried and failed to get tickets to the Olympics, or if you're having withdrawal symptoms after the end of the London 2012 Games, fear not - the Paralympics are less than two weeks away, and more tickets have just been put on sale.
A record 2.2 million tickets have been already been sold to date, with a further 300,000 expected to be made available.
“After the nation took the Olympic Games and TeamGB to their hearts in such a spectacular way, it is no surprise that they look set to do the same for ParalympicsGB and the Paralympic Games," said Seb Coe, LOCOG Chair. "We are working flat out to stage a memorable Paralympic Games and I’m delighted that the enthusiasm and support for our Games from the UK shows no sign of wavering.”
The majority of the tickets put on sale today are for athletics, but a smaller number of equestrian ticket have also been released.
Our Paralympic dressage team of Lee Pearson, Natasha Baker, Sophie Christiansen, Sophie Wells and Debbie Criddle are set to have a hugely successful Games.
The British team has an unsurpassed record at the Paralympics, and with luck on their side, the squad will head to Greenwich to repeat the recent medal-winning feats of our Olympic equestrian stars.