The London 2012 Olympics is full swing with Team GB already winning its first two medals of the world's biggest sporting event. The sunshine on what was a rainy day didn't stop thousands of fans coming out to see Lizzie Armitstead battling through tricky road conditions to win the Silver in the Cycling Road race on Saturday. And then swimmer, Rebecca Adlington landed a Bronze in the 400m Freestyle on Sunday.
But the sporting prowess of our women fears being overshadowed by continuing outrage over the scores of unfilled seats at many Olympic venues over the weekend.
Take Basketball for example. This brother and sister from San Francisco were hunting for tickets outside the arena and came away doubly frustrated. John Braskamp said: "We want to see the U.S. basketball team. Ana Braskamp said: "And we've been waiting and apparently there is a bunch of empty seats inside and UK citizens can buy them online and pick them up at the box-office. But because we are U.S. citizens we can't buy them online, so we've been waiting outside asking people for tickets if they have extras, but we haven't been able to buy any."
And Hugh Robertson, the Sports and Olympics Minister was apologetic. Again! He said: "In some of the events last night there was a problem. LOCOG are looking into it. It appears that problem comes from people who are accredited and are not turning up in the early rounds. In those cases we want to identify that quickly and release those tickets to members of the arm forces, to volunteers and to the members of the public."
Unsure that'll be enough appeasement for visitors today wanting seats for some games where all eyes will be on Team GB to hopefully land our first Gold medal.
Written and Presented by Marverine Cole