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FaulknerBrowns was today set to unveil its competition-winning plans for a showpiece sporting stadium to host the tenth World Athletics Championships in 2005, billed as the most important sports event in the UK since the 1966 World Cup.The National Athletics Centre at Picketts Lock in Lea Valley, Enfield, includes an arena for around 43,000 people, a 400m warm-up track, health and fitness accommodation, a five-aside football centre, redesigned golf course and VIP accommodation. It will be open for the championships in 2005 and be reduced to 20,000 seats thereafter.

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