flag bearer


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Davis skipped Friday's ceremony to focus on his race scheduled for just three days later, he had been planning to skip it earlier and reconsidered attending when he learned he might be named flag bearer, (http://www.
The final decision for the flag bearer was taken just yesterday and the CDM issued a press release in this regard.
Andy Murray is announced as the flag bearer for Team GB during an Athletes Reception at British House during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
The privilege of being flag bearer is a moment I will remember for the rest of my life and it will be one of the highlights of my career.
The privilege of being the flag bearer is a moment I will remember for the rest of my life and will certainly be one of the highlights of my career.
Going to my third Olympic Games as the flag bearer for Team Ireland now is just an incredible honour.
Emirates kicked off its campaign by giving young fans the chance to be flag bearers, who lead the teams on to the pitch before matches.
London, July 30( ANI ): One of Britain's topmost civil liberties campaigners Shami Chakrabarti has said she feared her involvement in London Olympics opening ceremony as a flag bearer due to her lack of personal sacrifice.
The austerity and the weather may be the same, but cyclist Chris Hoy, who was announced as the host nation's flag bearer, will presumably be hoping that the organisation will be a bit better.
The IOA has shortlisted four names for India's flag bearer at the London Games and all of them are the Olympics medalist.
Rebecca Adlington is second favourite but though swimmer Mark Foster was the 2008 flag bearer a quote from British Swimming chief Michael Scott should be enough to put you off backing her.