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WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING GOOD TO READ
We are very happy and proud to be here celebrating with you our 10 year anniversary! Very few other worldwide running websites can claim such an achievement. A lot of road has been covered in this past 10 years, both physically and on the Web, and we plan to continue to offer you a one-stop place for all (y)our running and traveling needs for many years to come.
We remember with fondness the first version of Run The Planet. Notwithstanding its simplicity, it still managed to be chosen as one of the Lycos Top 5% Web destination (at the time a very prestigious award) for its great content. "Of course" we add, "it is because we have the best collaborators - the runners of the whole world". And a huge thanks goes then to all of you for making this possible and for your continuous support and loyalty. How are we planning to celebrate this Anniversary? Well, the Big Party for us would be to write less and run more, but we know that this is impossible. So we decided to take turns and log in some good distances. This means that our resolution would be not to pest you with incredibly long newsletters in the future (although we can really promise it, as some of us are ultrarunners but also... ultrawriters).
For those of you that have only to gain to be part of our largest worldwide running community, we also came up with something tangible to allow you too to feel part of a great celebration. Do not jump up and down yet - it is a marketing push after all, but one of those that will really make you think "Oh boy, they must be crazy to offer so much for so little: how can they do it?". We are talking about our one-of-a-kind, less-than-a-coffee-per-week, never-to-be-repeated-believe-us-when-we-say-it 10th Anniversary offer. Check it out before the end of this month, and let us know if you have any questions. (And the answer to your "Oh boy" question is "We can because we want, we are not really doing it for profit").
Back now to our regular (free) programming. Here is a "laundry list" of new content for you to start the new year with the right foot. First and foremost we activated this month a new territory, the exotic Easter Island, also known to many of you as "Rapa Nui" from the 1994 movie. Were we close to the South Pacific, this would be a nice way to go celebrate our 10 years of presence on the Internet. Looks like our mascot Phil The Frog will be most likely the first of us to go run there, as his latest traveling adventures brought him in Asia during his visit to fellow runners in Indonesia, Singapore and South Korea. With these trips Phil had officially visited all five continents collecting amazing stories and souvenir images! Speaking about photos, check out the newly launched webpage Hot Shoes where we will post the best running shots of the month that you see and have seen on this newsletter.
If you are looking for new articles, go check out "What if your partner is lazy?" posted in our Tales from the sidewalk section; read "Don't leave safety to event organizers" published in the Safety on the run library; and "Energy bars and runners" on the pros and cons of energy snacks, added to the Dr. Planet webpage. New content also include an addition to Marathon Mania ("Delaware marathon"); new images from Ecuador, France, the United States and the Czech Republic in our World Crossroads collection; and a new cartoon in the Rtp Cartoons webpage
We close this month's editorial by welcoming the French website Courir Le Monde in our Rtp Satellites program. In addition to joining our "big family", the staff at Courir Le Monde will enhance and enrich the content on the French version of Run The Planet. Bienvenue!
Thank you again for being part of our worldwide running community and happy new year.
RUN THE PLANET IN THE NEWS
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Hanga Roa (Easter Island)
By Suze - Starting from the main harbour, Hanga Piku in the village of Hanga Roa on Easter Island or Rapa Nui, run along the coast - and basically follow the trail out through the Tahai complex, past the lone moai at Ahu Te Peu heading north. The trail is not clearly defined, at times resembling more of a horse trail than footpath, however, this makes the run all the more interesting! But do be careful! Do not be tempted to gaze out to sea, or up to the highest volcano point of Terevaka too much, otherwise you might miss a rock and just end up face down in the basalt! Keep following the coast line until you reach a look out over two small islands - stop here to take in the views, and if you are timing is right, often a spectacular sunset! Return along the dirt, undulating road back towards Hanga Roa, watching out for horses and cows whilst breathing in the clean Pacific ocean air. This run in total is roughly about 5-6 miles, taking anywhere from 40 minutes to an hour all depending upon on much rock hopping and trail twisting you do! Enjoy every step though because it is not often you get a chance to run on a tiny island in the middle of the oceanic desert of the South Pacific!
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Bristol (United Kingdom), Falconara Marittima (Italy), Hanga Roa (Easter Island), Hong Kong (Hong Kong), Joliet (Usa/Illinois), Kristiansand (Norway), Makati (Philippines), Mamaroneck (Usa/New York), New Rochelle (Usa/New York), Orléans (France), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Portland (Usa/Maine), Praia Grande (Brazil), Riva del Garda (Italy), Salvador (Brazil), São José dos Campos (Brazil), South Mountain (Canada), South Portland (Usa/Maine), Split (Croatia), Star City (Usa/West Virginia), Žnjan (Croatia).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
RUNNING LINKS ADDED THIS MONTH TO RUN THE PLANET
Atletica Surbo - Amateurial running website for the neophytes and the enthusiasts of this sport.
h2O at hand - All athletes and fitness conscious people know the importance of hydration during exercise. h2O at hand has been developed and designed as an easy, simple solution to your hydration needs when running and walking. It is a quick, effective, yet inexpensive way to carry fluids during exercise, other than the traditional water bottle.
Smart Jogger - A small tag that laces into your shoe and is engraved with your personal information. You can have up to three lines containing 22 characters saying anything you want.
NCN Racing - Favorite site in the Cleveland market for road, multisport, and inline skate events. NCN Racing offers rain checks, participant list to date, package pricing, and QuickCharge payment options.
OneMarathonForCapasso2005 - Let's run together: runners on the go, seriously and for fun.
TrainerNet - Italian electronic non-profit magazine publishing information to promote a correct and healthy sport activity.
Cybersport - An Italian Internet portal completely dedicated to sport activities.
Courir le Monde - The aim of Courir le Monde (Running the world) is to share the experience of the runners through their stories (first french-speaking running stories database) and a community where runners meet to run all over the world. The Courir le Monde website is 100% written by runners and is totaly free of access (without any mandatory subscription).
Club Fat Ass - A grassroots sports club with a worldwide vision. Our members host running, triathlon, cycling and other "active lifestyle" events for fellow members. Club events are fun, physically challenging, environmentally friendly and emphasize camaraderie as much as competition. Each event is a reflection of the unique personality of the Event Host. All Club events are free to Club members. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys playing outdoors.
The Adventurous Trekker - There are many adventure travel companies out there - some big, some small. The trick is to find the one that is right for you, the one that matches the way you see the world and how you want to explore it.
LaufZeit - This monthly magazine reports since 1990 on run meetings from regional to international, on training, nutrition, sport travel, sport articles and tests. Written in German.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Seaside (Usa/Florida), Seaside Half Marathon & 5K Run; Surbo (Italy), Trofeo Città di Surbo; Villagrazia di Carini (Italy), Trofeo amici del mare; Pieve di Cento (Italy), Maratonina delle quattro porte; White Plains (Usa/New York), Westchester Marathon & Half Marathon; Fucecchio (Italy), Mezza maratona Città di Fucecchio; Asbury Park (Usa/New Jersey), Jersey Shore Relay; Pontassieve (Italy), Trofeo La Torre; Alexandria (Usa/Virginia), Potomac River Run Marathon and Half; Vienna (Austria), Internationaler Wiener Hoehenstrassenlauf; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio), Catch a Leprechaun; Avon Lake (Usa/Ohio), PAWS 4 a Cause 5 Mile or 5K Trail Run; San Francisco (Usa/California), Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Half Marathon; San Francisco (Usa/California), Emerald Across the Bay 12K; Cupertino (Usa/California), HP Up & Running; Elyria (Usa/Ohio), Sandy Ridge Half Marathon & 5K; Hinckley (Usa/Ohio), Buzzard Duathlon / Biathlon & 3-Mile Run; Lumphanan (United Kingdom), Lumphanan "Detox" 10k Road Race; Wilmington (Usa/Delaware), Delaware Marathon & 4-Person Relay; South Bend (Usa/Indiana), Sunburst; Baltimore (Usa/Maryland), Annual Port to Fort; Orlando (Usa/Florida), Annual Orlando Xtreme Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; Noceto (Italy), Trofeo Casone; San Pedro de Atacama (Chile), Atacama Crossing; Luco dei Marsi (Italy), A Luco di corsa; Aviano (Italy), Giro podistico Città di Aviano; Leominster (Usa/Massachusetts), Sons of Italy Lodge 185 5K Road Race and Fitness Walk; Fucecchio (Italy), Mezza maratona Città di Fucecchio; Firenze (Italy), 100km del Passatore; Colle Brianza (Italy), La stracàda del Coll Briónza; Willoughby (Usa/Ohio), Lions Duathlon / Biathlon & 5K Run; Sheffield (Usa/Ohio), Park 2 Park Half Marathon & 5K; Columbia Station (Usa/Ohio), Columbia Station 10 Mile Run & Inline Skate; Lorain (Usa/Ohio), Summer Triathlon / Duathlon; Wellington (Usa/Ohio), Findley Lake Triathlon; Caldaro (Italy), Maratonina Lago di Caldaro; Agropoli (Italy), Agropoli Half Marathon; Giungano (Italy), Transmarathon; San Giuliano Terme (Italy), Eco-marcia dei Monti Pisani; Geneva (Switzerland), Genève Marathon; Lacona (Italy), Elba Ecomarathon Tour; Kuching (Malaysia), Saberkas RH Marathon 2006; Scandicci (Italy), Mezza maratona Città di Scandicci; Massa e Cozzile (Italy), Maratonina del Ghibellino; Madrid (Spain), San Silvestre Vallecana; Namche Bazaar (Nepal), Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon; Trenzano (Italy), Trenzalonga; Montemurlo (Italy), Giro di Javello; Copperas Cove (Usa/Texas), Jackrabbit Run 4 Hope; Beverly (Usa/Massachusetts), North Shore 30K Road and Relay Race; Laughlin (Usa/Nevada), Inaugural Laughlin Road Run; Vittorio Veneto (Italy), Maratonina vittoria alata; Como (Italy), Camminata di primavera in viola; Cremona (Italy), Vivicittà; Colleferro (Italy), Cross Città di Colleferro; Genova (Italy), Giro a tappe Mura di Genova tra cielo e mare; Verdello (Italy), Tri pass inturen a Erdel; Reno (Usa/Nevada), Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run Adventure; Manila (Philippines), Brotherhood Run; Scranton (Usa/Pennsylvania), Steamtown Marathon; Pafos (Cyprus), Cyprus Aphrodite HalfMarathon; South Lake Tahoe (Usa/California), DeCelle Memorial Lake Tahoe Relay; Toronto (Canada), The Toronto Marathon and Half Marathon; Portland (Usa/Oregon), March Mudness Trail Run; Columbus (Usa/Indiana), Tour de Trails; Concord (Usa/New Hampshire), Pierce Law's Fun Run For Justice.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• MALAYSIA / The Saberkas International Run becomes a marathon
The "Saberkas International Run", which was popularly known, has now been upgraded from a half-marathon to a full marathon. Next year, on March 26, the "Saberkas RH Marathon" will be... read more online in the January 2006 issue
• INDIA / Inaugural C. Charan Singh All India Marathon
Dense fog and chilling mercury could not stop 5,000 odd runners from joining in the first "C. Charan Singh All India Marathon" in Meerut on Saturday 24 December 2005. Visibility narrowed down to just 400 meters and... read more online in the January 2006 issue
• KENYA / Athletics Kenya Cross Country Meeting Three
On November 26th in high-altitude Nyahururu, was held the "Athletics Kenya Cross Country Meeting Three". The senior women ran over three distances, with Nancy Wambui, Beth Muthoni and Ruth Waithera finishing 1-2-3, in... read more online in the January 2006 issue
• PUERTO RICO / Boricuas shine in Centralamerican & Caribbean Games
Puerto Rican triathletes took home ten medals and ended up in third place in team standings in the Central American and Caribbean games, held in Panama on September 10 and 11. "This time we... read more online in the January 2006 issue
• BOLIVIA / Suarez wins the Corrida de Oriente
On November 27th in Santa Cruze de la Sierra, the "Corrida de Oriente" (13.9K) was taken by Juan Suarez (Argentina) in... read more online in the January 2006 issue
• LOUISIANA (USA) / New Orleans is open for running!
New Orleans is open for running! Please come visit. The riverfront, French Quarter, St Charles line, City Park and Audubon Park are all cleared and beautiful for running... read more online in the January 2006 issue
RUN THE PLANET MAIL
While you were running did you ever have a question? Did you ever have an opinion about something and ask yourself "Is it just me?"? Did you ever come up with a great idea and wonder if you could just tell everyone the world would be a better place? Did you ever have a revelation and want to share it with others? Well now is your chance to address any one of these question, and basically anything else you come up with while you are running. To hear an opinion, or run an idea past someone. Visit the "Rtp Mail" webpage to receive an answer to your running related questions or to read an opinion about your running thoughts. Here are the last three question asked:
•Should I have someone look at the way I run? - I have been running for a few months now, and my daily and weekly mileage has increased to around five a day, thirty per week. As my distance has increased I have begun feeling pain across areas of my lower legs. Someone told me I should have a "gait analysis" done to see if my feet "run funny". What is the point of having someone look at the way I run? How will that help ease my pain? - Funny Feet
•Should I increase my blood volume before a race? - I understand that when we sweat, our blood volume decreases and less blood returns to our hearts to be re-oxygenated to fuel our muscles. I've read several articles about "blood doping" where elite athletes inject blood into their bodies before a race. Is this something that an average runner, like myself, who only wants to improve performance might consider? I don’t expect to win any races, and wouldn't want to "cheat", but what harm could I do by increasing my blood volume before a race? - Dopey
•How can I be noticeable while running in the dark? - With the days getting shorter up here in the northern hemisphere, I am forced to run at night. I live near a major city, and am concerned that automobile drivers won't be able to see me that well. What can I do to make my presence on the road more noticeable, for safety's sake, while I am running outside in the dark? - Night Runner
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
Finally a practical guide for moms and other busy women who want to add running to their lives. Full of real life tips to get and keep you motivated to stay fit. How to find the time, what to wear, how to get started, setting goals - are all in RunnerMom. If you are a regular gal, mom or busy woman, this guide is for you. Learn to make running an enjoyable part of your life with our easy step by step program. You don't have to be an elite athlete to be a runner. Running can be fun for anyone. Authors Vickie Rance Leff and Kristi Greene are runner moms. They have made running a regular and fun part of their lives. Victoria Rance Leff is a 45 year old mother of two children, ages 8 and 6. After graduating from Ithaca College she got her masters in Social Work at Simmons College in Boston. She began running as a way to handle the stress of working in oncology. She ran along the Charles River and completed (slowly) a few 5k and 10k races in her twenties and early thirties. After the birth of her second child at 39 she started running again to lose weight. Struggling to find the time to run while raising two young children she ran on and off for a few years. Finally, with the help of other mothers, and friends, she was able to integrate her love of running with being a full time mom. At 44 she ran her first marathon and won her age division ("Camp Lejeune Marathon"), completed the Chicago, the New York and the Boston marathons. She lives with her husband and two children in North Carolina. Kristi Greene grew up in Texas. She earned a bachelor of art degree from the University of Texas in 1984 and went on to work in advertising for several years. In 1987 she began running to stay in shape. She quickly became addicted to the sport and started running almost daily, even up to the day before the birth of each of her children. Her son was born while she and her husband were living in France and her daughter was born a few years later in North Carolina. In North Carolina she began working in outdoor experiential education when both of her kids were in school. She is most proud of the three high ropes courses she has built with her employer. During her fifteenth year of running she challenged herself to run a marathon before her fortieth birthday. Having run only a few races, she turned to friends and colleagues for training advice. She completed her first marathon in February of 2001, four months before she turned 40, winning her age division with a time of 3:52. She ran the "Chicago Marathon", finished the "Boston Marathon" and came in third in her age division at the "Kiawah Marathon" in South Carolina. What they offer in the "RunnerMom" book is their experience and wisdom to guide you through a great sport. They have learned not only from other runners and moms, but from their mistakes. Still, they do not consider themselves experts: "There are many more serious running books out there that can give you detailed technical information on the mechanics, nutrition and physiology of running. We just have fun running and hope you will too. It has become and remains a wonderful addition to our lives as moms" - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
"Running with Joe Henderson" is an outstanding instructional DVD hosted by none other than Joe Henderson. Introduced by Olympic marathoner Don Kardong, no introduction is needed as Henderson has penned 27 books, written running articles for many magazines, and has been involved at one time or another in almost every aspect of running and racing for nearly fifty years. Although this is his first video production, you would not know from his comfort level that he has taken a leap into a new method of presentation. Released in 2003 by Nelsen Petersen of Kibo Productions, the run time here is 40 minutes, broken down into 17 chapters that can be easily referenced on the DVD by your favorite topic. Roughly based on Henderson’s "Running 101" book you will get advice from preparation and motivation, to racing at various distances, to maintaining a lifelong running lifestyle. The depth of material presented includes the laws of inertia, the "talk test", static stretching, selective walks, general adaptation syndrome theory, percentage rankings, and much much more. Don Kardong’s presentation on racing is a nice supplement to this video and maintains the informative and entertaining qualities that are presented throughout. Filmed in a variety of locations in Eugene (Usa/Oregon), the camera also makes stops in the states of California, Washington, Colorado and Minnesota as it mixes a variety of running and different racing events to highlight the material. Quotes by your host, Joe Henderson: "Fortunately, most running injuries are avoidable because they are due to overuse. This is simply the body’s way of telling you to ease up. When stress is applied in small regular doses the body adapts to it and grows stronger. Too much stress and the system is overloaded and breaks"; "Speed improves even more rapidly than endurance does and on much smaller and less frequent dosages of training. One fast day each week is enough speed work for all but the most serious athletes"; "The 10K was the race of choice in the first running boom and many people still consider it to be the ideal combination of speed and distance"; "Even if you have done everything right in training you can still cancel it out with one wrong move on race day. The first and worst wrong move is leaving the starting line too quickly. A steady pace breaks your records, but an uneven pace breaks your heart". You can order this directly at DestinationMarathon.com and know that this video will be one that you can reflect on time and time again. You may also read more thoughts and impressions from Joe Henderson at his website, JoeHenderson.com, where he posts weekly articles for your reading enjoyment. If you are a "life runner" then watching this video may inspire in you the words by Dr. George Sheehan, "For every runner who tours the world running marathons, there are thousands who run to hear the leaves and listen to the rain, and to look to the day when it is suddenly as easy as a bird in flight: for them, sport is not a test but a therapy, not a trial but a reward, not a question but an answer".
PENGUIN INSPIRATION OF THE MONTH
Visit JohnBingham.com for more running pearls of wisdom from John "the Penguin" Bingham. Through his popular monthly column in Runner's World magazine, his breakthrough first book "The Courage to Start: A Guide to Running for Your Life" and his best selling "No Need for Speed: A Beginner's Guide to the Joy of Running" the Penguin has inspired hundreds of thousands of men and women to run for fun, fitness, and self-affirmation.
Running ugly - Even good athletes have bad days. Even good runners have days when they don't want to run. The closer it gets to race day the more pressure you may feel to make every workout a great workout. It may not happen. Stay with your program. Trust in your training. Don't worry about the quality of any particular workout. Focus on the quality of the days and weeks and months that you have already put in.
HOT SHOES / PHOTO OF THE MONTH
Originally a simple metal bracket, the "hot shoe" is also called "accessory shoe" and has nothing to do with running. It is indeed a simple and convenient way to attach the flash unit to the photographic camera: you only need to slide the mounting foot of the flash into the hot shoe. What a great name and what a lucky coincidence for us. When we decided to open this webpage dedicated to the best running images, we could not choose a more appropriate title for it.
Two runners at the foot of Mount Whitney
during the "Wild Wild West Marathon" (Usa/California)
Image © by Jürgen Ankenbrand
RUN THE PLANET SATELLITES
• Africa - South Africa: Celtic Harriers since April 2003.
• North America - Canada: RunnersWeb.com since November 2002. Usa/California: East Bay Striders since July 2001. Usa/Illinois: Chicago Distance Classic since February 2002. Usa/Illinois: Second Wind Running Club since March 2002. Usa/Georgia: Race Pace since June 2001. Usa/Nevada: Las Vegas Marathon since July 2001. Usa/Tennessee: Chattanooga Track Club since July 2001. Usa/Texas: Cross Country Club of Dallas since June 2001. Usa/Texas: Fort Worth Runners Club since July 2001. Usa/Virginia: Williamsburg Area Running since May 2002.
• South America - Argentina: Run The Planet Argentina since March 2004. Brazil: Run The Planet Brasil since May 2001. Brazil: Copacabana Runners since March 2002. Colombia: Run The Planet Colombia since March 2005.
• Europe - Belgium: Arthur's Marathon Page since July 2001. France: Run The Planet France since October 2002. France: Courir Le Monde since December 2005. Ireland: Crusaders Athletic Club since August 2001. Italy: Run The Planet Italia since May 2001. Italy: Correre nel deserto since May 2001. Italy: Dead Runners Society Italia since May 2001. Italy: Penguin Brigade Italia since May 2001. Italy: Podismo since May 2001. Italy: DRS Central since September 2004. Malta: Sovereign Running Order of Malta since May 2001. San Marino: Drs San Marino since May 2001. Spain: Run The Planet España since September 2002. Switzerland: Drs Svizzera since May 2001. Vatican City: Drs Vaticano since May 2001.
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0027 New running course descriptions this month 3073 Cities activated on Run The Planet 4023 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0001 New nations or territories activated this month 0243 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0066 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 2098 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0012 New links on "Running links" this month 2335 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 174 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): Albania, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Christmas Islands, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Heard & McDonald Islands, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montserrat, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Saint Helena, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Turks and Caicos Islands, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, former U.S.S.R., Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City state, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
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