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Portuguese Orientation and Running Club (Portugal)

Clube Português de Orientação e Corrida

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[Portuguese Orientation and Running Club (PT)] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 Mar 2008
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About the flag

It is a 9:13 flag diagonally divided orange over blue, the dividing line almost at a 45 angle from the bottom to the top offset to the centre of the flag about 1/4th of the flag's width, delimiting two irregular pentagons with two right angles each, instead of two triangles. Over all a white disc rimmed in blue with the club's logo on it surrounded by the club's name (from seven to five o'clock) in bold blue sans-serif letters.
The logo consists of a square ascendent-diagonally divided white over orange (an orientation signal flag) with blue hairline contour charged with the letters "CPOC" over all in blue sans-serif capitals, and two small blue orienteering routine icons (running and signing in station) one on each non-divided corner; from behind the square protrude the tips of a blue and orange windrose, with blue hairline contour.
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António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 Mar 2008,

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