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LONDON The project will cost 20 million pounds ($31 million), process 37,000 bags and deal with 10,000 or so athletes. But don’t blink, because you might miss Heathrow’s Games Terminal: After three days, it will disappear.

So why would Heathrow build an expensive special terminal whose only goal in its 72 hour lifespan is to send Olympians on their way home? It isn’t as if Heathrow doesn’t know a thing or two about crowds. This is Europe’s busiest airport, after all, and one of the busiest on the planet.

But research suggested that departures not arrivals are what cause problems for Olympic airports. That’s because athletes filter in over time, arriving for training and acclimation sometimes months before the games. But the bulk of them leave Aug. 13, the day after the Closing Ceremony.

First and foremost on the minds of organizers is security for the athletes. Then there’s the athletes’ needs: It just didn’t seem right to have Olympians wait in line like the average frequent flier.

“Athletes are at the top of their professions,” said aviation industry consultant Chris Yates. “Do they really want to be hanging out with you and I?”

But there’s also just the crush of everyone racing for the doors once the party is over. Heathrow could have lumbered along processing as many as 137,800 passengers, athletes included but doing that would have increased the burden on everybody leaving after the games.

“It’s not just about the athletes,” said Nick Cole, who’s heading the Olympic project for the airport. “We want everyone using it to have a fantastic experience.”

Cole, a former army officer, has been building his team and vision for the last two years. It wasn’t all about construction. He’s spent a lot of time persuading the 200 or so companies at Heathrow to meld their operations, if only briefly.

Whenever you get on or off a plane, dozens of different companies get involved in bits and pieces of the travel experience. One takes care of bags; another tickets, and so on. Cole had to persuade the individual companies to think about it like the 4 x 100 relay. There’s a baton. If you drop the baton, you lose.

That is especially true about the Olympics. People need to be happy. And if the ba oakley sunglasses gs of the athletes and Olympic functionaries take forever to get checked, and they wait for hours to get through security, thousands of reporters will be handy to record every gripe.

Those reporters will note that Heathrow has had many troubles in the past few years. There was baggage chaos at the glittering new Terminal Five when it opened in 2008. There was the bickering and finger pointing between Heathrow operator BAA and the airlines after the failure to quickly remove snow in 2010, stranding Christmas travelers.

Meanwhile, troubles remain in processing arrivals. Only a few weeks ago, the lines at border control were so long that a new national scandal emerged. The troubles even touched some of the “Olympic Family” people Heathrow is anxious to impress. International Olympic Committee member Barbara Kendall, a windsurfer from New Zealand who won gold in Barcelona 20 years ago, openly criticized the airport on her Twitter feed. Kendall wrote: “Heathrow Airport Immigration is a nightmare!! took me 2 hours to get through and it is not Olympic time yet.”

It’s worth the multimillion pound expense to keep these people on your side, said Ben Vogel, the editor of IHS Jane’s Airport Review.

“It is not the start of the Olympics that generates the most concentrated demand but rather the 48 hour period following the closing ceremony, when everybody wants to get home as quickly as possible,” Vogel said. “It does make sense to prepare . otherwise there may well be embarrassing delays that could cost more than 20 million pounds.”

Cole had an “aha!” moment when visiting the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and noted how organizers effortlessly channeled thousands of passengers by designating a single ter oakley sunglasses minal for the task. Heathrow is too busy to hand over one terminal at any time never mind three days in August but Cole realized that an employee parking lot might be briefly expendable.

He picks up the keys to the terminal this week, and is ready to show it off before the games that begin on July 27 and end Aug. 12. He’s confident that Olympians will be so happy while leaving after having an as oakley sunglasses yet undefined but suitably British send off that they will go home pondering a switch from coffee to tea.

“This is not just a tent you put athletes through,” he said. “It’s the start and finish line. We are the first and last impression of the country.”

Even with a special terminal, organizers face a monumental task on Aug. 13 likely to be the busiest day ever in Heathrow history. How will they cope?

First of all, they’ll start collecting bags at the Athletes’ Village the day before. They’ll install 31 check in desks, and seven security lanes at the temporary athlete’s terminal. And they’ll make sure there are buses to take athletes to their terminal for departure, where they will be greeted with rounds of applause.

Every plane will get a wave off. Nice! Volunteers will help with that part. Cole promises other surprises but says that if he describes them, they wouldn’t be a surprise.

He says the Games Terminal will be decorated. At the moment though, it looks like a bit like a big white plastic box. It has some artificial turf and a few scanners but otherwise is just plain empty. The air conditioning isn’t turned on yet a point Cole brings up at least four times, apparently fearful it will be described as hot but he swea oakley sunglasses rs it will be comfortable come the games.

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June 30, 2012Whether it’s fueling up before hitting the gym or taking a mid day snack break to avoid the 2 o’clock lull, high protein snacks are the tastiest way to keep on going. Protein snacks are the perfect way to fill upjustenough, and give us longer lasting energy than the usual, carb heavy options. Here are 31 of our favorite protein packed snacks one for every day of the month! We promise you won’t get sick of any ofthesechoices.1. Cottage Style Fruit:Top cup cottage cheese with cup of your favorite fruit. Why not try somesuperfoods?Bananas,mixedberries, andmelonare some Greatist favorites!2. Beef or Turkey Jerky:Be careful to avoid sodium and suga oakley sunglasses r filled brands, but low sodium, natural, oakley sunglasses or lightly flavored options are agreat source of protein. And this chewy snack is super portable and keeps fresh for months when packed properly. A one ounce serving (the size of most single serve packs) contains about 9 grams of protein!3. Mixed Nuts or Trail Mix:This is a favorite in the Greatist office. Mixednutsare an easy way to get a delicious dose of protein in a convenient, shelf stable package. Try a mixed bunch for variety and a combo with dried fruit for some added sweetness. The best bang for your protein buck?AlmondsandPistachiosare high up there in protein while comparably lower in saturated fat than their nutty peers.4. Pumpkin Seeds:Those orange gourds aren’t just for Halloween. The pumpkin insides, scooped out to make room for spooky faces, can actually make a healthy little snack once they’re washed, dried, and nicely roasted! Just cup ofpumpkinseeds has about14 gramsof protein the perfectpre workout snack!(Also Check Out:50 Awesome Pre and Post Workout Snacks)5. Hard Boiled Egg:Inexpensive and loaded with nutrients,eggsare one of the best ways to get a healthy dose of protein. Try hard boiling and pre peeling a dozen at the start of the week and throw one in a small Tupperware container each day for an easy on the go snack. (Feeling extra famished? Slice the egg and place it on a piece of whole wheat bread.)6. Deli Rollup:Top 2 slices of low sodium deli meat (turkey, chicken, or roast beef work great!) with 1 slice of lowfat cheese and a shake of pepper. Add a slice of tomato or some lettuce for extra veggie points!7. Nut Butter Boat: Any vehicle for nut butter (almond, peanut, or cashew, perhaps?) is perfection in our book. Try loading a few celery sticks with 1 tablespoon of any nut butter topped with a few whole almonds or raisins (oh yeah, we went there). If you’re not a fan of celery, try scooping out the middle of an apple and fill it with a nut buttery surprise!8. Mini Bean and Cheese Quesadilla: It might take an extra minute to prep, but combining these two high protein treats is wort oakley sunglasses h it! Fold cup black beans, 1 tablespoon salsa, and 1 slice cheddar cheese in a small soft tortilla. Cook in a dry nonstick pan until cheese is melted and tortilla is lightly browned. Wrap in foil and stick in a plastic baggie for easy transport.9. Shake It Up:The combinations are endless with protein shakes.10. KIND Bar:We’re not huge supporters of prepackaged bars, smoothies, and the like, but we make an exception forKINDbars. Their classic varieties are a great source of protein from the all nut base (coming in at around 5 grams per bar), but for an even higher dose of the good stuff, try Kind Plus varieties with added protein. (An office favorite is Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate + Protein one bar has 7 grams!)11. Easy Oatmeal Raisin Cookie: Flash back to elementary school snack time with this sweet (but still healthy!) treat. In a microwave safe bowl (or mug), mix cup oats, 1 teaspoon brown sugar, 1 tablespoon flour (of your choice), 1 egg white, teaspoon vanilla extract, 1/4 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoo oakley sunglasses n cinnamon, and 1 tablespoon raisins. Flatten mixture into bottom of bowl and microwave on high for 45 seconds. Cool, pop it out of the bowl, and enjoy!12. Tofu Sticks: This soybean based protein bomb isn’t just for stir fry and Asian takeout menus! When sliced into sticks and baked, firm (and smoked!) tofu can make a great snack food, especially if it’s served with a side of homemade tomato or teriyaki dipping sauce just don’t overdo it!13. Chunky Monkey Shake: It’s time to get funky, monkey! Blend 1 medium banana, 1 tablespoon of peanut butter, and 1 cup of low fat chocolate milk with 1 cup of ice for a protein packed pick me up.14. Edamame Poppers: The only thing more fun than how much protein you can get from a serving of edamame is getting to eat these little beans out of their bright green pods!One cupof the pods offers about 17 grams of protein. Buy them fresh and steam for about 6 minutes, or use the pre cooked frozen variety and briefly microwave to defrost (about 2 minutes) before chowing down.15. Hummus Dippers: How’s this for an unconventional use of a travel coffee mug: Put 2 tablespoons of a favorite hummus in the bottom of the container. Portable Cheese Platter:Everyone wants to feel classy every once in a while, right? Make yourself a mini cheese plate with areduced fat cheese stick(or 2 slices of cheese), two whole grain crackers, and a few roasted almonds.18. Banana Nutter:Few pairings are more comforting than a classic peanut butter and banana combo. Top a rice cake (brown rice for extra fiber points!) with 2 tablespoons of your favorite nut butter and half a banana, sliced. Sprinkle withcinnamonfor some extra healthy benefits!19. Silver Dollar Protein Pancakes:Props to Greatist contributorLaura Skladzinskifor this killer recipe. Mix 4 egg whites, cup of rolled oats, cup of low fat cottage cheese, teaspoon of baking powder, and teaspoon of pure vanilla extract. Cook on a preheated griddle (medium low heat) until mixtures bubbles, flip and cook for another 60 seconds. Top with fresh berries or sliced banana.