Olympic training


I received an email from a East Coast trains advising me that I could now book my rail tickets to watch the Olympics.

If I had been successful in my bid to buy some Olympic tickets I would have been slightly excited about this offer. As it is I am wondering if I should buy a rail ticket to Stratford (when will they rename the station “Olympic Park”?) anyway, where I could watch the alternative Olympic sports at which Britain excels:

1. Queuing

2. Waiting for delayed trains

3. Squeezing into claustrophobic public transport (heats)

4. Complaining.

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