On Saturday we went to the Olympic park to see the water polo test event. Here are some photographs. The full sized versions can be seen by clicking on each one twice, or in this Flickr set (slideshow version).
Above: this is water polo (this one benefits from being seen at a larger size). In summary: you try to throw the ball into the opponents’ net whilst team mates hold the members of the other back, push them under the water, etc. Those may or may not be the rules, I’m not sure.
There is a certain amount of parading around in dressing gowns.
Also some team huddles.
It was great to have a walk around the Olympic park, as the last time we were there (for the cycling) is was strictly shuttle buses and no wandering.
The velodrome, seen across natural open countryside.
Coloured circles. Also legs.
We were test guinea pigs for the Greenway walking route from West Ham to the Olympic site along which many of the spectators will walk. It certainly avoids the crowds at Westfield. This is the view looking back towards West Ham.
Olympic park (larger version) with people thronging in for the evening activities. Photo taken from John Lewis.