Olympic transport chaos? Try running
Tube chaos or working from home faces Canary Wharf workers over the next few weeks when the world visits east London.
However, one top athlete is urging people there's another - more healthy - way to live cope the disruption of the Olympics.
Long distance runner Emily Pidgeon is promoting Home Run London, which organises runs from Canary Wharf to areas such as London Bridge, Waterloo and Stratford, and has an accompanying vehicles carrying bags.
"Apart from the health benefits it's a great way of meeting people, very sociable," said Emily, as she joined the runners on Monday evening. "If you have been stuck in an office all day it's great to meet people and go for a run."
Emily is sponsored by Samsung which has teamed up with Home Run to provide a free app for android phones, which records your distance run. The phone company then donates a pound to charity for each mile completed.
Injury ruled the 5,000m runner out of this summer's Games, but she said she was still looking forward to it.
"I'm a sports enthusiast and I can't not watch it," she said. "I've got tickets to events and I'll be supporting the team, including my boyfriend Andrew Osagie, whose running in the 800m. It's very exciting."