• World Harmony Run

    World's Largest Torch Relay
    World Harmony Run

  • 1,000,000 Participants

    Across 6 Continents
    1,000,000 Participants

  • Dreaming of a more harmonious world

    100 countries
    Dreaming of Harmony

  • Schools And Kids

    Make a Wish for Peace
    Schools And Kids

  • Sri Chinmoy: World Harmony Run Founder

    World Harmony Run Founder
    Sri Chinmoy

  • Carl Lewis: World Harmony Run Spokesman

    World Harmony Run Spokesman
    Carl Lewis

  • New York, USA

    New York

  • London, Great Britain

    Great Britain

  • Shakhovskaya, Russia


  • Around Australia

    15,000 kms, 100 days
    Around Australia

  • Around Ireland

    14 Days, 1500km
    Around Ireland

  • Wanaka, New Zealand

    New Zealand

  • Arjang, Norway


  • Rekjavik, Iceland


  • Beijing, China


  • Prague, Czech Republic

    Czech Republic

  • Belgrade, Serbia


  • Lake Biwa, Japan

    Lake Biwa

  • Kapsait, Ethiopia


  • Pangkor Island, Malaysia

    Pangkor Island

  • Bali, Indonesia


  • The All Blacks, New Zealand

    The All Blacks
    New Zealand

New Zealand 20 June 2006: South Auckland

When we arrived at Mangere East Primary School this morning, principal Rudy Eastwood was showing the school a slideshow about the World Harmony Run and where it has been. We all had a lot of fun singing the theme song with our actions. Later went for a run around the field. The torch was passed from person to person, and the kids also had a chance to have a chat with the runners. Some older boys from Kings College who were at the school doing community service requested that they run back to their school with the torch. So off we went up to Kings, struggling to keep up. The boys were very nice and thanked us as they headed back to class.

At 11 o’clock we joined a small class at Jean Batten School who sang to us and read out some poems about world harmony. They each had a letter of the word "World Harmony". Each letter holder read out something about world harmony that corresponded with their letter.

At Onehunga Primary a guard of honour was formed for the Word Harmony Run, and then the National Anthem was sung. Many of the children had been thinking about world harmony, and had prepared poems and posters about what world harmony means to them. This also happens to be the school of one of the youngest members of the team, Aion, who was thrilled that the team had come to visit his school.

The World Harmony Run song with actions created by the team.