Budapest 23 set to welcome the world

In less than a month athletes, international guests and locals will descend on the brand new state of the art stadium on the banks of the Danube River in Budapest. Taking place between 19-27 August the World Athletics Championships will be the biggest event ever held in Hungary.  

View the National Athletics Centre via its first official competition, the recent 128th Hungarian Athletics Championships.

Ready to warmly welcome all guests is the mascot Youhuu, a raka sheep who is an everyday hero, loves athletics and was inspired by the World Athletics Championships to take up the sport.

More than 1100 years ago, the racka sheep arrived in Hungary with the settling Hungarians and has remained a faithful companion ever since. Sheep can be found all over the world, but the distinctive racka breed is only found where Hungarians live. In particular there were once many racka sheep in the area where the National Athletics Centre now stands.

There is still time to get to Budapest and be part of these championships and of course meet the chief cheerleader Youhuu, who will be at the main stadium, the fan zones and at the road races held around the historic UNESCO World Heritage sites in the city.

Home straight and finish line seats are available via the exclusive and official sales agent DAIMANI who provide VIP experiences through its CADENCE CLUB. With the best seats available in the stadium CADENCE CLUB packages are all inclusive food & drink experiences and available at all 9 evening sessions.

Situated in the heart of Central Europe, Budapest is easily and quickly accessible by road, rail and air from almost every major European major city. DAIMANI can assist you in getting there with flights and sourcing your hotel. Just click on the links. Visa information can be found here.

Enjoy the World Athletics Championships Budapest 23 this summer (19-27 August) from premium seats on the home straight & the finish line along with access to the CADENCE CLUB, the event's official hospitality offer.

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John has worked in international and domestic sport for over thirty five years, including holding director level roles with Manchester United and the Commonwealth Games Federation.
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