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image by Tomislav Šipek, 10 June 2018
The flag of Bahrain Olympic Committee is white with logo.
Tomislav Šipek, 10 June 2018
image by Zachary Harden, 30 June 2021
The Bahrain Paralympic Committee had a logo change in early 2021. According
the logo was remade as part of an overhaul of how the BPC operates inside of
Bahrain. The logo, nicknamed ‘We are Dreamers’, was based on five fundamental
ideas (Excellence, Achievement, National Pride, Passion and Paralympic Vision)
and this logo design is supposed to transcend different personas, abilities, and
obstacles to create a framework within which our shared story can be told,
regardless of how it is told or whom it is told to. Thus, the flag itself was
changed where the new logo is used on a white background.
and https://www.facebook.com/BahrainParalympic/photos/282456536547610/ are showing the flag being used.
Zachary Harden, 30 June 2021
image by Zachary Harden, 6 November 2020
There are two commonly used flags for the Paralympic Movement in Bahrain; the
main NPC and an overall body that covers a few areas. Both flags, seen at
consist of the Bahrain NPC and the West Asian Paralympic Federation. The
WAPA, belonging to the Asian Paralympic
Committee, consists of twelve member NPCs (Kuwait, Jordan, Iraq, Bahrain,
Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Palestine, Yemen, UAE, Syria, and Saudi Arabia). Both
flags, similar to other NPCs, are their emblems on a white background.
Zachary Harden, 6 November 2020