What a weekend! On Sunday, Bradley Wiggins raced through the streets of Paris to become the first British winner of the Tour de France. Team Sky and Wiggins also sealed an historic fourth Champs Elysees stage win for Mark Cavendish, thr 23rd Tour stage victory of his career.
We’re sure these results will give Team GB athletes and the rest of the country a huge boost ahead of the Olympics, which are now just days away.
Although this is very exciting, it does come with its own problems, too. It is not hard to notice that London has already started to swell in size. Even walking down the streets there seems to be more people about and that’s before you even get into a train or tube station. With an estimated 11 million visitors planning to head to the capital at some point during the next month, it’s going to get busier.
So the questions is, will you be braving the M4 each morning or will the trip from your bed to the sofa be as treacherous as your commute gets? Will you be squeezing yourself onto a packed Northern line train to get to that client meeting or will this finally be the month you get your boss using video conferencing?
Either way, we really hope everyone manages to enjoy the games, but just in case you haven’t had a chance to get fully prepared yet, here is our guide to surviving the next four weeks:
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