This has been announced and here is Jenson Button’s views in the Telegraph.
They could always do what Wimbledon has done and put a roof over the circuit.
The post about the Japanese swimmers got me thinking.
Are there any other unusual combinations? I did find this interactive map in the Guardian.
How about the Barbadian athletes in Crawley?
And the US synchronised swimmers in Dublin. Have they not heard Terry Wogan’s comments on their sport?
The Canadian and Australian gymnasts have gone to Lowestoft. Will they understand the local dialect?
The Bangladeshis have gone to Harrow. It is an easy Tube ride, for the best curries in London at Brick Lane.
The Russian swimmers have gone to Millfield school. I suspect the school is looking to rich Russians to send their kids.
On the London BBC News, they showed the Japanese Swimming Team greeting the Olympic Torch Relay in Basildon, where they are training before the Olympics. The story about how they chose Basildon is here on the BBC.
I wonder what the Japanese are making of Basilson and have they worked out the humour behind the Essex Girl jokes. I wonder if Japan has a similar set of jokes about girls from an area of the country!
The Shard is charging £24.95 to go to the top. The Emirates Cable-Car is different and it costs just £3.20 to actually get somewhere. The London Eye is very coy about tickets and I think it costs £15, with the ability to pay extra for fast-track. You get fast-track for nothing on the cable-car if you use your Oyster card.
It strikes me that the choice is a no-brainer. Go on the cable-car, if cost is important to you.
One important point, is that all three projects have been realised by the MACE Group.
The postman almost floated through the rain.
But at least the system worked.
Over a year ago I made a video, which I called from the Match Factory to Eastfield. Yesterday I made another.
It has obviously changed as we get nearer to the Olympics.
They’re talking this morning on the BBC Radio 5 phone-in about Rangers.
What right to Rangers have to exist, let alone go into their division of choice.
Just imagine, what would happen if say Chelsea or any of the big London clubs went bust. Every fan north of Watford, would want them to be kicked out completely, for all the arrogance they’ve shown over the years.
So fans of other clubs in Scotland are only acting how their English counterparts would.
But let’s face it, no team in Scotland, would beat the best two teams in Wales.
We certainly don’t want Rangers or Celtic with their sectarianism in the English leagues.
Rangers too, should pay their debs to HMRC.
My bad debts in Zopa have been eighteen accounts owing a total of £458.35 since the eighth of June. They did reduce by the princely sum of five pence a couple of weeks ago, but yesterday, I got a surprise payment of £32,24 to reduce the number of bad debts to seventeen.