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Thursday, July 25, 2013

What happened to the flag?

Remember the International Running Flag of Friendship?


Well, sadly it has gone MIA in France. That is the last I heard of it anyway and it's been quite a few months now.

Who knows, maybe it will show itself again someday, but for now it is MIA. 

If by some chance you see or hear about or find it, let us all know please. I hope somehow it can still complete its journey. If not we might have to start a new one...

That's all from me today. Keep training everyone!

10 comments:

Lauren said...

I wondered about The Flag just the other day. Hopefully this post will bring it out of hiding.

Zaneta said...

Oh no!! I hope its found!! I enjoyed following its journey!!

Liz said...

What a pity. I hope you can trace it and it can continue its journey!

The Green Girl said...

Quel dommage! Je suis désolé.

Robin said...

Too bad...hopefully it turns up

Stacey UltraPrincess said...

Funny thing: Moments ago I looked up your International flag blog and wondered how it went...... then I clicked on this blog and I find out!!!!

Hope you find it!

Thomas Bussiere said...

Time for a new flag.

Giorgio said...
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Giorgio said...

How can I forget the International running flag and your stroke of genius?
I disagree with Thomas Bussiere about a new flag (with regards to the previous comment above): we have to find the flag of friendship! I know that the flag was sent to France. Who sent it to France?
I can remember that I ran with the International Running Flag of Friendship last year, on July 17th. It was the Santa Marinella 10k race and after I had written the time taken on the International flag (I also put the Italian flag which you can see in Johann's picture) I sent the flag to Christina, from Phoenix. She was honoured to get it. In September I noticed she had sent the flag to France. As a consequence, Christina would know the French runner who holds the International Running Flag of Friendship ... and she could ask him some information about this topic. The International Running Flag of Friendship must continue its journey around the world!
Please, let me know Christina's answer.

Post script: I'm afraid she isn't following our blogging community.