Here is the view from my room here it Nido Spitalfields… Not bad huh?
We headed out to Olympic Park yesterday (Monday) to see what train line / bus combo was the best way for us to make it to the Main Press Centre’s door. First up, the whole system is very easy to follow with signage everywhere and people there to help you. The best way for us [...]
Well I’ve arrived in London checked into my accommodation and had a couple of trips back and forth to Heathrow. The weather has been great and the locals are very help full with smiles on their faces. The underground isn’t as straight forward as I had anticipated but lugging all of the bags up and down [...]
So I'm in Singapore waiting for my connecting flight to Heathrow and so far I've been on the go for 16hrs. My good buddy Jeff Crow came up with the idea to monitor the total travel time and his was 33hrs. So I'm going to see how long it takes to go from accom to [...]
Well it's "D" day and I'm on my way to London. Here's a pic of the bird that's taking me 1/2 way. Next stop Singapore then onto Heathrow. Wish me luck! Thanks again to Qantas Airways for the flight and to Sport The Library for the invite.
Below is all the information you’ll ever need in the lead up until the games start. First, may I suggest you take a look at the latest edition of “The Paralympian” it has a concise run down of all the athletes and has a daily medal schedule. Here is the link to the International Paralympic Committee [...]
Wheelchair rugby player and four-time Paralympian Greg Smith will carry the Australian flag into the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony on August 29.The honour of flag bearer was bestowed on the 45-year-old from Buninyong in Victoria today, during a special ceremony for the Australian Paralympic Team at Cardiff Castle in Wales.With more than 260 [...]