From September 25 through October 10, there were

507,022 attendees;


16,800 feet of bike barricade;


8 miles of linear fencing;


396 temporary structures;


70 temporary power generators;


59 miles of electrical cable;


20,000 temporary seats;


more than 11,000 signs placed around the park;

500 flags;


30,000 feet of extension cord;
 

632 athletes;


752 horses;


58 countries;


more than 100,000 servings of Kentucky Ale brand beers poured;


1,734 Maker’s Mark bottles dipped in red wax at the station inside the Kentucky Experience;


175,220 pounds of recyclable and compostable materials removed from the park;


56 percent of waste diverted from landfills through green initiatives;


500 temporary toilet facilities;


7.6 million page views to the Games website from September 25 through October 10;


193 countries represented in website visitors;


62,707 school children visiting the Games, thanks to Alltech;


79,802 Facebook fans…and still counting;

6,000 volunteers;

1.1 million meals served to spectators, staff, athletes, and volunteers;


112,368 cars parked;


326,260 trips to and from the Games taken through the main entry transport mall; and

16,000 caps, 5,000 walking sticks, and 1,000 saddle pads sold in the merchandise store.