The participants in the beach volleyball competitions during the London Olympic Games complain about weather conditions.
Tuesday, July 31 2012
2012 London Olympics.- The organisers of London Olympic Games and the participants and federations of beach volleyball have voiced their worries about the fact that the British weather is not the most appropriate for the practice of this Olympic sport.
Besides the logical worries about how the state of the sand could be affected by the high levels of humidity and constant rain that form part of the daily life in the British capital, many federations have received complaints coming from the participants who argue that they are not willing to play wearing just a bikini or a swimming custom. Besides, most participants may end up wearing a tight elastic jumpsuit that will cover up three-quarter parts of their bodies.
Organisers are now worried that audiences rather to pay a ticket to watch volleyball rather than beach volleyball and that many of the tickets on sale for this competition will not be purchased.