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image by Eugene Ipavec and Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 04 Jul 2007
See photo (source).
Eugene Ipavec, 25 Jun 20072009 Francophone Games Countdown Started Mon, Oct 10 2008 The countdown for the 2009 Francophone games began on Sunday after President Michel Suleiman received six flags carrying signatures of heads of municipalities, mayors and other officials from all Lebanese regions. Runners from six provinces relayed the flags all the way to Baabda Palace. "I announce today from Baabda Palace the official launch of the countdown for the 6th Francophone games that will be held in Beirut in 2009," Suleiman said
An article in As-Safir newspaper (machine-translated):
"The President of the Lebanese Athletic Abdullah Shihab, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Lebanese Olympic Committee to help his federation, said that the Russian sent Jean-Claude bond and the Guesser and Greta Tslakian to Singapore for three months of training under the supervision of coach Ralph Mcbhani. Shihab's statement came during a press conference held at the headquarters of the club Lebanese Automobile and Tourism spoke of the completion bond hero who won the gold medal of Lebanon in the high jump competition at the 14th Asian sports"I don't know whether the flag in the photo is that of the Ministry of Youth and Sports or of the Lebanese Athletic (Society?) All that can be seen is that it contains a red/green seal with Myron's famous statue of the discus thrower.
Eugene Ipavec, 25 Jun 2007
The extensive photo galleries at the site of the Lebanese presidency are full of interesting items, including this UFE at the "Independence Marathon Runners" photo op: white starter's flag with some kind of blue charge?
Eugene Ipavec, 21 Jan 2010