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Welcome all you Argentinians!Run The Planet is proud to announce the newest Run The Planet website, Rtp Argentina, realized in collaboration with Atletismo Rosario. This website is ready to be used by all the runners around the world who speak Spanish and who are interested in an Argentinian twist on their favorite running website,Run The Planet. Rtp Argentina is the latest in the list of Run The Planet satellite websites which includes Rtp Brasil, Rtp España, Rtp France, and Rtp Italia. The list keeps growing and growing!
This month you can entertain yourself by reading about Zeljko Kubatka who is the most recent runner to be highlighted in our Planeteer Spotlight webpage. He is from Croatia, which should be fun to learn how being a runner in his town is different and similar to where you live. Read all about him in his interview with Rtp columnist Sean McCarron.
Also take a look at How not to run a marathon on the Rtp Jokes webpage. No joke, the article is really about how not to run a marathon, written by Eb Engelmann after his participation in the "Seattle Marathon".
In the past few newsletters we have been singing the praises about our sponsor Dreamer Design because we are so impressed with the jogging stroller quality and ease. Before we could write anything we needed to try one out to know what we were talking about. So off to the most popular running area in the city we went and accosted unsuspecting joggers.
Our idea was to ask someone who actually owned a Dreamer Design jogging stroller if we could try it out for a few steps. The biggest challenge would be to find someone who would let us have possession of their property and run off with their child.
For this reason we needed to find just the right person. Perhaps a nanny of a child and not the actual parent, and if we were lucky we wanted to find a nanny who was on a cell phone. The best of scenarios would be a foreign young nanny, who maybe doesn't speak English too well (I feel that we are loosing our sponsor just about now) and we would send in our best looking, 2:56 marathon runner, who can charm the peel off a grape.
The problem is, no one at Run The Planet is really that good looking, or that fast. The fastest personal best time is 5:50 ran on course that was mainly downhill, and what if this irresponsible nanny was happy to get a break and took off while you were trying the stroller and you ended up having to baby-sit?
With all that working against us you can imagine how happy we were to see Molly, the sister of a staff member's painter's wife. You know, Molly - who actually owns a Dreamer Design stroller! No nanny, no cellphone boyfriend, so seducing fruit. So off we went with Molly's running stroller and her eight month old baby who some might say is funny looking, which is a horrible thing to say.
Let me tell you about the Dreamer Design stroller. It glides. It floats. It rolls with ease. If you never tried one, you would never know how it makes you want to run. It makes you want to run faster and longer because you don't want to stop enjoying the feeling of pushing such a smooth stroller. It makes you feel that you are not even pushing it but just holding on to it as it goes by itself. It really makes you want to run.
Come to find out from talking to Molly that Dreamer Design is a top of the line jogging stroller which makes us happy to know that our good taste is agreed upon by the majority. It really is quiet and excellent stroller and that is why we are trilled to have it as the prize to our current Run The Planet contest. It is not too late to enter you name to win, just by submitting a running course description.
Enjoy March and keep running the planet.
LAST MINUTE!Run The Planet has been mentioned on the "International Herald Tribune" article "Exercise on the road" by Anne Bagamery as Editor's choice. Anne, editor of Money Report, the "International Herald Tribune's personal finance section, likes to mix a little exercise into her travel and in her article, which is a research into free recreational resources around the globe, she presents Run The Planet as one of the four best web bets.
February may be over, but here in Chicago it still feels like winter won't ever end. We had a little taste of Spring this weekend, but I wasn't home to enjoy it.
There's still time to join Jeff Galloway and me in Florida at the end of the month. Go to www.jeffgalloway.com for more information.
The inaugural Capital City Half Marathon and Commit to be Fit 5K is only a month away. On April 3rd the Arena District in Downtown Columbus, Ohio will be bursting with runners and walkers eager to strut their stuff. The most fun, I think, will be the kids Mascot Chase featuring all the mascots from the local sports teams.
Don't forget to register early for the Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon. I'll be there signing copies of "Marathoning for Mortals" and giving a few seminars. It's always a great race, and the new course promises to be flatter and faster than ever.
For those of you who like to plan ahead, there are a few spots still available for the Runner's Cruise in June. You can find out all about the cruise at www.runnerscruise.com.
It's going to be a fantastic year. Follow all the fun at www.johnbingham.com.
I'll see you on the streets. Waddle on, friends...
WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Lower Bradfield (United Kingdom)
By Chris Everest - This is a gentle run including one decent hill. If you leave Sheffield - only 15 minutes out of town - and travel into the Peak district. Park in the beautiful village of Lower Bradfield. I prefer to park near the bridge near the ducks (which my wife and daughter feed while I run). The run is approximately 3.5 miles long but, because it is a circular run skirting the Damflask reservoir, the runner has the option of running clockwise or counter-clockwise. Even of running it twice or three times for those so-desiring of physical exercise. There is a shorter version of the run by following a limestone path by much of the road (even closer to the water's edge) but this cuts out the hill. One side of the hill is a long shallow gradient needing endurance and, in my case, oxygen. The other direction is shorter and steeper and requires determination, concentration and horsepower. It is a beautiful run passing through pine trees, stone-washed fishermen gazing blankly at a fishless universe, and in lambing season frolicking lambs with irate mothers. I have run it fast (many years ago) and now jog it slow. It measures both my decline and my complacent acceptance of limited speed. It shows me the bare statistics of time and pace but positions me in a framework of space and tranquility which just makes me want to run till the day I cannot move one single mile. Then I will sit on a bench by this reservoir and watch other people take on the distance.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Alexandria (Usa/Louisiana), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Calgary (Canada), Canoas (Brazil), Cartago (Costa Rica), Catanduva (Brazil), Chattanooga (Usa/Tennessee), Cramlington (United Kingdom), Curitiba (Brazil), Daytona Beach (Usa/Florida), Edmond (Usa/Oklahoma), Florianópolis (Brazil), Fort Kent (Usa/Maine), Gramado (Brazil), Indaiatuba (Brazil), Jaco Beach (Costa Rica), Kure (Japan), London (United Kingdom), Lower Bradfield (United Kingdom), Macclesfield (United Kingdom), Minneapolis (Usa/Minnesota), Orlando (Usa/Florida), Ormond Beach (Usa/Florida), Ottawa (Canada), Phoenix (Usa/Arizona), Porto Alegre (Brazil), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Reutlingen (Germany), San Jose (Costa Rica), São Caetano do Sul (Brazil), São Paulo (Brazil), Springfield (Usa/Virginia), Stowe (Usa/Vermont), Tamarindo (Costa Rica), Tokyo (Japan), Utrecht (The Netherlands).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Nations still missing to complete Run The Planet
(Africa) Algeria, Benin, Chad, Guinea, Western Sahara; (Central America) Antigua & Barbuda; (Asia) Syria. Besides these nations, other territories may be missing.
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Martinborough Round The Vines - The official website of the Martinborough Round the Vines fun walk and run event on March. Starting and finishing in the Square, the course is both fun and scenic. It includes stunning views of the terrace edge and vineyards surrounding Martinborough. Drink stations en route offer fresh fruit, iced water and wine tastings. A selection of gourmet treats from local cafes, Martinborough wines and luscious lemon cordial from Lavender's Green are all available in the Square.
BC Trail Running Adventures - Stay informed and in touch with what is going on in beautiful British Columbia. We provide: a listing and link to trail races around the province; information about the trails & events; guided tours for locals and visitors alike; resources you need to stay fit, healthy and injury free via the "Performance Series" (a variety of clinics designed to help trail runners and other outdoor athletes reach their peak).
Dharamsala, a guide to Little Lhasa in India - A portal to art & culture of Himachal. A brief guide to Himachal's cities Dharamsala, Shimla, Kullu, Mandi, Manali, Chamba, Kangra, Sujanpur, Tira, Kinnaur, trekking in Dhauldhar & Kullu valley, yoga & meditation centres in Himachal, painting galleries by local artists, colors of Himachal, photo gallery, lesser known places in Himachal.
Rochester Track Club - The official website of the Rochester track club. It gives all the information a runner in southeastern Minnesota needs including: race calendar; running groups; Grand Prix schedule and participants; and much more.
In The Zone - Colchester Harriers, one of the great running clubs of Essex, whose athletes include, England international Adrian Musset, Great Britain walkers Daniel and Dominic King and up and coming Great Britain athlete Catherine Holdsworth. So come and meet some of the great characters at a great club.
Cinco de Mayo 10K - Official site of the Cinco de Mayo 10K race.
Runners' Club of Greater Cincinnati - The largest and most recognized running club in the Cincinnati area. It includes runners at all ages and all levels. We have group runs, races, a wonderful newsletter, discounts at local running stores, a summer party and prediction run, a winter holiday party, and much much more. For a full list of benefits, e-mail updates, running routes, voting for your favorite Cincinnati races, or just to join, visit us online.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Reggello (Italy) Maratonina delle quattro pievi; Jakarta (Indonesia) Isci 5k; Jakarta (Indonesia) JIS Road Race; Jakarta (Indonesia) Jakarta Free Spirit Zoo Run; Jakarta (Indonesia) BIS Road Race; Forlì (Italy) Memorial Bertozzi; Burlington (Canada) Iroquoia Trail Test; Cagliari (Italy) Sardiniathlon; Pistoia (Italy) Maratonina città di Pistoia; Pescia (Italy) Marcia di Pinocchio; Oxford (Usa/Ohio) State-to-State Half-Marathon; Fort Worth (Usa/Texas) Victory Over Violence 5K Walk/Run; Trenzano (Italy) Pasquetta di corsa; Trenzano (Italy) Trenzalonga; Forlì (Italy) Camminata sulle colline forlivesi; Lebanon (Usa/New Jersey) King of the Trails Series #1, Round Valley Rock Run 10 Miler and 5k; Düsseldorf (Germany) Rhein-Marathon Düsseldorf; Sannicandro Garganico (Italy) Maratona del Gargano; Midrand (South Africa) Vodacom Marathon Challenge; Monza (Italy) Formula 1; Borgo San Lorenzo (Italy) Quattro passi nel Mugello; Ravenna (Italy) Valli e pinete; Messina (Italy) Maratonina Città dello Stretto, Messina; Cesole (Italy) Il giro di Torre d'Oglio; Cesano Boscone (Italy) Miglio ambrosiano; Casalguidi (Italy) Speedy Run; Castiglione del Lago (Italy) Strasimeno, Ultramaratona nel parco del Trasimeno; Cornaiano-Appiano (Italy) Weinstrassenlauf; Pontassieve (Italy) Trofeo La Torre; Aulla (Italy) Ciamptada aullese; Bologna (Italy) StraBologna; Massa e Cozzile (Italy) Maratonina del Ghibellino; Borgo San Lorenzo (Italy) Maratona del Mugello; Piombino (Italy) Corrida di San Giuseppe; Molino del Piano (Italy) Corritalia; Baku (Azerbaijan) Boulevard Friendship Series; Somesville (Usa/Maine) Beech Mountain 15k Trail Run; Cupertino (Usa/California) HP's Up & Running; Torino (Italy) Staffetta femminile 1000 donne x 1000 metri; Agliana (Italy) Stranotturna di Agliana; Cava de' Tirreni (Italy) La Cavaiola; Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain) Carrera del Atlantico.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• HONG KONG / The first mountain marathon of Hong Kong
The "Raleigh International Mountain Marathon" 2004 organised by the Raleigh International Hong Kong will be held in the Hong Kong's countryside.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• NORTH CAROLINA (USA) / Olympic running development center adds new coach
Zap Fitness, the non-profit Olympic distance running development center in Blowing Rock, has added two-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier Randy Ashley to its staff. Ashley will coach Zap's adult running clients.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• FRANCE / Three events on the mountains
On March 5, 6 and 7 the "Chamineige" event will take place again. "Chamineige" will propose three days of test and effort through the mountains of the Cantal. Participants will be grouped in teams of three.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• CYPRUS / Countdown for the Cyprus SpiderNet Pafos Marathon
Hundreds of excited runners will be lining up for the start of the "Cyprus SpiderNet Pafos Marathon" 2004. The event incorporates three different distances: the marathon, half marathon and the 10km road race.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• MAURITANIA / Two hundreds kilometers in the Sahara desert
The "Mauritanian Race 200" is a non-stop foot race of 200 kilometers at your own pace with control points at twenty kilometers intervals. The time limit for completion is 75 hours. The runners are provided with water at each control point, but are responsible for their own food.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• INDIA / More than 20,000 participants to the Mubai Marathon
On February 15th in India, the first "Standard Chartered Mubai International Marathon" fielded more than 20,000 athletes in the marathon, "7Km Dream Run" and related events. South African marathoner and 10,000m recordholder Hendrick Ramaala.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• TEXAS (USA) / De Reuck wins the Houston Half Marathon
2002 World Cross Country Championships long course bronze medalist Colleen De Reuck won the women's race Sunday January 18 at the 2004 "Houston Half Marathon" in Houston. De Reuck won the race in 1 hour, 10 minutes, 54 seconds over runner-up Sylvia Mosqueda, who finished.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• SOUTH AFRICA / Hendrick Ramaala wins the Absa Series 3000m race
On February 6th in Secunda, an Absa Series men's 3000m was won by Hendrick Ramaala in 8:06.03, with Jac Steenekamp second in 8:06.51.... read more online in the March 2004 issue
• Software from Track and Field coaches
Over the last two decades, advancements in computer size and technology have helped a widening group of professionals do their jobs better in both the office and in the field. From medical operating rooms to space shuttles, computers have left the desktop and gotten hands-on... read more online in the March 2004 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:
•At what point can I consider myself a true runner? - I have only been running for a short time, a few miles every other day. I enjoy my time on the road, and am looking forward to my first 5 kilometers road race in a few weeks. To date, I don't feel much like a "runner", rather I feel like a novice in this sport, or perhaps merely a casual jogger. At what point can I consider myself a true "runner"? - Jog-ner or Run-ger?
•What are the new techno-gadgets for runners? - Every year a set of new technologies and technological gadgets go to market with the promise of helping runners perform better and limit running related injuries. Some of these new technologies seem like good ideas, but many of them become outdated quickly and fade away. What new products have come out that I may not have seen? - Techless in Techtown
•Am I traveling back in time when I run? - A physics professor once told me that Einstein's theory of special relativity proved that traveling back in time is possible, and occurs when a person is in motion. If this is true, am I actually traveling back in time when I run? Would that make my running shoes a primitive sort of time machine? - Running out of Space-Time
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
This great collection of hikes became quickly the number one regional bestseller. Published originally with the title of "75 Great Hikes in and near Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley", author Philip Ferranti has initially added 31 new hikes to his book, then 20 new and exciting excursions for hikers of all age and skill levels, creating this newly revised edition. With 58 user-friendly maps, 118 black and white photos, trail descriptions, difficulty ratings, seasonal advice, safety tips, and more, the author guides you through such alluring Southern California locales as Joshua Tree National Park, the Pacific Crest Trail, the San Jacinto Mountains, and the Mecca Hills. Hikers in Southern California know that there is more to Palm Springs and Palm Desert than world-class golfing. The mountain wilderness surrounding this desert resort town offers extensive trail systems where outdoor enthusiasts enjoy some of the best winter and spring hikes in the nation. For more than 20 years, Philip Ferranti has hiked the western United States. In 1992, he founded the Coachella Valley Hiking Club in Palm Springs, which became one of the fastest-growing hiking clubs in the country. Philip has written for "Backpacker magazine" and various newspapers, and is the author of "Hiking! The Ultimate Prescription for Health and Wellness" and "Colorado State Parks: A Complete Recreation Guide". He also leads seminars on stress management and hiking for health and wellness. Cartographer Hank Koenig has hiked extensively in New England and the Northwest as well as in Southern California. He is a founding member and hike leader for the Coachella Valley Hiking Club. After a 30-year career as an electronics engineer for a major defense contractor, where he learned the theory and practice of GPS, Hank retired and turned his attention to his two favorite pursuits, hiking and electronics. He develops data for the construction of maps and trail inventories for the Willamette National Forest and also trains staff from the national forests and the Bureau of Land Management in the Northwest in the practical use of GPS. - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
This 1965 film documenting the 1964 Tokyo Olympiad is one of the greatest films that capture Olympic competition. Influenced by Leni Riefenstahl's "Olympia" (1936), director Kon Ichikawa used a variety of telephoto lenses and slow motion sequences to capture the internal dimensions of the athletes; before, during, and after their events. This DVD is divided into 40 chapters, including the opening and closing ceremony, with many athletic field events (high jump, shot put, pole vault, long jump), as well as other sports such as weightlifting, fencing, boxing, shooting, boating, swimming, volleyball, and gymnastics. Although some athletes and events are briefly explored (such as Peter Snell winning the 1500 meters), each of the following running events are covered with their own chapter: Men's 100m (watch the first Olympic 100 meter final with eight participants as 22-year old Bob Hayes, representing the United States, races in the worn cinders of lane one to an Olympic and World Record mark; over five minutes of footage, much of it in slow motion, is used to capture ten seconds of history), Men's 10,000m (over seven minutes of film is dedicated to what many believe is the greatest upset in Olympic competition: Ron Clarke, the World Record holder in this event, is favored and leads the pack through the first 800 meters in 2:09; the stage is set for this 25 lap challenge and the lead changes multiple times before Billy Mills storms down the homestretch to finish in Olympic Record time of 28:24.4), Women's 800m (Anne Packer sets an Olympic Record of 2:01:01 and claims England's first woman's track gold medal, yet is not seen during the first lap of this race as it is captured by one long camera shot and she is in sixth place at the bell; the climax of this race down the final straightaway follows the race showing just the leg action of the leaders in slow motion), Men's 4x100m relay (another Olympic Record falls as the first five places all improve upon the previous Olympic mark; watch the United State's final handoff from Dick Sebbins to Bob Hayes and then his incredible blast of speed from fifth place to the lead, finishing three yards in front of second place Poland; with his running start, Hayes covers his 100 meters in an incredible 8.6 seconds), Women's 80m hurdles (over six minutes is used in this segment; the women from eight different countries are shown individually preparing for the start of this race; the main race is without sound as many athletes are isolated on screen; the sound of the crowd is introduced at the finish and Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" is played over the German national anthem to honor the race winner, Karin Balzer, during the awards ceremony), Men's marathon (nearly 25 minutes, the longest segment in this film, required 59 cameramen to capture this closing Olympic event; Abebe Bikila from Ethiopia is framed by a half million spectators, who lined the highway on this out and back course, as he seeks to be the first man to win consecutive Olympic marathons, even though his appendix was removed just four weeks prior to this event; he is chased by a variety of athletes including Ron Clarke from Australia, James Hogan from Ireland, Ron Hill from England, Antonio Ambu from Italy, Kokichi Tsuburaya from Japan, Brian Kilby from England, Jozsef Suetoe from Hungary, Leonard Edelen from the United States of America, Vanden Driessche from Belgium, and many others; watch the men complete this event and greet one another, as well as memorable shots of their feet as they cool down from their ordeal). Ichikawa states in his interview: "All the runners finished the race driven by a sense of purpose. I saw noble and magnificent qualities in each of them". Special bonus material is featured in the Criterion Collection DVD that includes a 32 minute interview with the director, Kon Ichikawa from 1992. Also, use the menu to listen to the exquisitely executed commentary by film scholar and Olympic expert Peter Cowie. He inserts historical perspective to the events and athletes and brings the viewer forward to include Olympic competition through the 2000 Sydney Games. The 40-page book (it is hardly an insert) that accompanies the DVD discusses the controversy of the artistic value, ability to document events, and the portrayal of Tokyo to the rest of the world. This film had been edited into a variety of versions in attempt to please various opinions, yet the 170 minute original widescreen edition is the best way to experience this epic film.
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.
• Europe - Belgium: Arthur's Marathon Page since July 2001. France: Run The Planet France since October 2002. 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. 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.
Should you want your website to become part of the Run The Planet satellites, simply apply by sending us an e-mail message (email@example.com) requesting more information.
RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0039 New running course descriptions this month 2348 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3187 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0222 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0042 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1518 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0007 New links on "Running links" this month 1890 Links on "Running links"From where are runners visiting Run The Planet? The following 156 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): American Samoa, Andorra, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldavia, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Polynesia, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, 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, 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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