The first week is devoted to rowing with the medal events starting on Wednesday, August 1, as the men and womens' sculling events are jammed into four days of intense activity between 9am and noon.
The second week will consist of canoe activities beginning Monday, August 6 with the medal events starting on the Wednesday, August 8 - climaxing in an intense day of competition on Saturday, August 11.
The Paralympic Games at Dorney Lake take place over the weekend of Friday, August 31 to Sunday, September 2.
Windsor Racecourse will no longer be the transport hub during the Paralympics, so impact on the Royal Borough will be much less.
Park and ride sites will be open at Windsor Great Park, Stafferton Way in Maidenhead and Braywick Park in Maidenhead and Upton Court Park in Slough during the Olympics.
Two park and rides will operate from Upton Court, Slough and Stafferton Way, Maidenhead during the Paralympics.
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The Met Office has issued a yellow alert for Windsor and Maidenhead, Slough and Wokingham, warning that rain moving eastwards across the south of the country may turn to snow in some places.