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It was a photo that said so much about the changing face of a nation, one that triggered a wave of debate on social media and among the highest reaches of Italian politics: four athletes, standing proud in front of their country’s flag at the 2018 Mediterranean Games.
Organisers of the World Athletics Relays Silesia21 marked 100 days to go with an appearance by Lunani, one of the tallest mascots in sport.
If the World Athletics Relays has highlighted anything across its first four editions, it’s that relays are a far more diverse area of the sport than many people realise.
Edoardo Scotti’s 45.21-second run in the 400m at the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Rome last year was more than just a PB.
Lunani the giraffe was unveiled on Wednesday (2) as the official mascot for the World Athletics Relays Silesia21, marking 150 days to go to the event.
Following three memorable editions in Nassau and an unforgettable event in Yokohama, the World Athletics Relays will head to Europe for the first time when the Polish region of Silesia plays host on 1-2 May 2021.