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Serbia 25 May: (Team 2) Niš - Jagodina

So recently re-united, we had to say goodbye again to Team 1.

The team drove ahead to Belgrade, for local events in schools and a meeting with the Belgrade soccer team at the stadium.

Our team started off after breakfast, leaving at around 8:15 a.m. to catch up with our Serbian runners, who had started earlier to cover the first few kilometres.

The day was full of running, kids and smiling faces. Several meetings were scheduled along our way.

At one school we met a large group of kids. They had prepared for us a very long and very good program.

First we were greeted by one girl, who gave a short speech in three different languages - Serbian, English and German! She did a wonderful job. When we invited the kids to run with us, all of them would just run out to the street following the torch. Fortunately, the police had stopped all the traffic for us.

It was nice to see some hundred children running through the city and the people around honking their horns and waving at them.

During her run, Tatiana stopped in a little town where some kids where waiting for the runner on the road. It turned out that all the kids from the only school in this town were there! - only 8, aged from 6 to 10 - very cute.

In Jagodina, we ran a big lap through the city before stopping at the animal park.

After we were greeted there, some of us were interviewed by representatives from the national TV station.

We were shown around the small animal park after we had some refreshments. We saw all kinds of 'wild' animals, for example lions, bears, monkeys and even two camels. On our way to our hotel, we discovered a go-cart track.

The temptation was too much, so 7 of us, including our 3 girls, spontaneously got into the carts and took them for a spin around the track. That was good fun!

Team Members:
Martin Leitner (Austria), Jana Chochlikova (Slovakia), Tatiana Chochlikova (Slovakia), Safet Belegovic (Montenegro), Toni Dabic (Macedonia)

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