Tokyo Summer Games 2020: Swimming Tickets
Get in lane for the 2020 Games in Tokyo: Swimming
Watch an array of water based sports, including the newly introduced 2020 Games in Tokyo: Water Polo at the 2020 Games in Tokyo. If you're a fan of swimming competitions, then you will be well served with 2020 Games in Tokyo: Swimming tickets to events including Relay, Open Water Marathon and Individual events, such as the Butterfly and Freestyle strokes. StubHub offers both buyers and sellers the opportunity to get in on all the action!
A record-breaking year!
The swimmers compete in groups to achieve the fastest time possible, over a specified distance and using a predetermined swimming stroke such as butterfly, backstroke, freestyle or breaststroke. This is an exciting event to watch, as mere seconds can make all the difference to the swimmers' times. Many personal bests and world record times have been achieved at the Games in years gone by. The fastest stroke of all is considered to be the front crawl, which most swimmers understandably opt for as their freestyle choice. The top male swimmers in the world can achieve the impressive time of just 21 seconds over a swimming distance of 50m. The addition of a men’s 800m freestyle, a women’s 1500m freestyle and a mixed 4 x 100m medley relay makes a record number of events featuring in the Games. Making up a total of 37 contests held, up from 34 in previous Games, when you buy or sell 2020 Games in Tokyo: Swimming tickets, you can choose from 18 events for each gender and 1 mixed race. Seats for all of these events and more can be found for sale on StubHub!
Dive in to the action!
Individual heats at the 2020 Games in Tokyo: Swimming tickets include the engaging medley competition, in which swimmers perform a number of strokes in turn from the butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and finish up with the freestyle. As their strength may lie more heavily in one stroke than another, this is an exciting tournament to watch, as the swimmers results may greatly vary in each category. The challenging butterfly stroke that made its debut in the 1956 Games has its origins in the breaststroke. The butterfly stroke involves swimmers bringing their hands forward and above the water to cut down on water resistance. The arm actions resemblance to a butterfly gives it its popular name, whilst the legs perform a dolphin-like kick. The 2020 Tokyo Games also feature Open Water Swimming for both genders over a distance of 10 km, 2020 Games in Tokyo: Surfing, 2020 Games in Tokyo: Artistic Swimming and a multitude of land-based contests. Purchase tickets for 2020 Games in Tokyo: Swimming and other events on StubHub.
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