June 24, 2002
The stadium is one of the best-preserved in Greece, with rows of stepped seating around the elongated oval. The stadium was excavated relatively recently, around 1950. Visitors can pretend to be celebrated ancient track stars in the tollbooth-like starting gates and crossing the finish line. Plays are performed at the stadium every summer during the Festival of Delphi.
There was a film crew there to capture the serene state of the stadium. One fellow was graciously rounding up a few assorted visitors and asking them to step aside for a few minutes in order to have a pure, pristine image of the stadium with no people in it.
From journal Bill in Greece - DELPHI