flag bearer

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Emirates kicked off its campaign by giving young fans the chance of a lifetime to be Flag Bearers who lead the teams onto the pitch before the match.
Gymnast Francesca Jones shows off her patriotic fervour having been appointed flag bearer for Wales during tonight's Commonwealth Games opening <B ceremony in Glasgow
Four years later in Rome, the ROC's flag bearer defied Olympic committee instructions to march under a sign saying Formosa (modern day Taiwan).
Past medal winners at the Olympics become the automatic choice for the flag bearer but we are looking at other things as well," acting IOA president Vijay Kumar Malhotra told M AIL T ODAY .
Phil is my flag bearer for darts - and I want Ronnie to be just like that for snooker as well.
I'm absolutely delighted and honoured to have been voted as the flag bearer for Team GB," said the 36-year-old cyclist.
I'm absolutely delighted and honoured to have been voted as the flag bearer for Team GB," said Sir Chris, who has been using the facilities at Newport Velodrome to prepare along with his GB cycling teammates.
New Delhi, July 15 ( ANI ): The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Sunday announced that wrestler Sushil Kumar, a bronze medallist at the 2008 Beijing Games, will be the flag bearer of the Indian contingent at the upcoming London Olympics.
Ayatollah Khamenei described the Islamic Republic of Iran as the flag-bearer of nations' awakening, and underscored, "Today, the Islamic Republic of Iran well understands the sense of enmities, because it is the flag bearer of nations' awakening; hence, it invites nations and governments to unity and dignity.
This would mean the only person likely to be injured would be the flag bearer.
The birthday package includes food, drink, match programmes, goody bags, match tickets, player appearances and an opportunity for the birthday boy/girl to go onto the pitch before the match as a flag bearer.
I don't know how many medals we win at an average Games - but there is only ever one flag bearer so it is a huge honour.