He ran to send the Thai flag Going to the Tokyo Olympics on the 11th day in the bustling Nakhon Si Thammarat province. Grandpa “Visut Vinothai”, 83, but still in shape Became the second oldest runner to participate in the Thai flag He is the second of Grandpa Chamnong Keng, the whirlpool peak area, of The 85-year-old, who took part in the race on the first day of the 11th, covered a total of 67.7 km, representing a total distance of 897 km.
On April 7, 64, Mr. Kraisorn Wisitwong, Provincial Governor Nakhon Si Thammarat Led a team of runners who would begin the 11th day of the historic event “NATION FLAG running to send the Thai flag Go to the Olympics Tokyo “, which gives the Thai people the opportunity to join the event to throw the Thai flag for 1 km each to send encouragement to Thai athletes. It is held consecutively for 61 days in 35 provinces with a distance of 4,606 km, equivalent to the distance from Bangkok To Tokyo
The Thai flag running on the 11th began at the central stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat province. Head to the finish line at the Hua Sai subdistrict office. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, at a distance of 67.6 km by Mr. Kraisorn Wisitwong, Provincial Governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat Honoring the convening of the Thai flag Along with top executives from various sectors in Nakhon Si Thammarat province Running the Thai flag as a first person
However, by passing the Thai flag along the 67.6 km route in the bustling Nakhon Si Thammarat area It will be one more day when it rains. But it’s not a problem with any runner either. Most importantly, at 11, there are still veteran runners who love to run, such as Prasert Phong Chantarasathien, 68, a pensioner, Phuchong Chantaramanee, 70, a pensioner, and Visoot Vinothai, a private business owner. of 83 years. He is considered the second oldest runner, second only to the area of Grandpa Chamnong Keen Grandpa Yod Lom, 85, who joined the Thai flag from the beginning I went out to run the national flag of Thailand, also cheering on the athletes of the Thai national team
Wisut Vinothai, grandfather, 83, vice president of Muang Nakhon Running Club. And the Athletics Association for the Elderly, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, opened the mind that for seniors like them It is a great honor. Who has been selected to be part of the race with the Thai flag Thing that would like to encourage all Thai athletes To do their job to the best of their ability And asked to win up to 5 gold medals in these Olympics Thing who would like to invite people over the age of 80 or older to turn around and look at each other With a lot of exercise
Mr. Kaisorn Wisitwong, governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat province, revealed that this Thai-flagged event is considered a reminder of the bonds of humanity that the Olympic Games have begun. It is an activity that combines the heart, love and unity of the Thai people. Through sports and exercise It is believed that it will cause good health for everyone and everyone.
“I think this activity is considered advertising for the Olympics. That humanity that all the countries of the world have been waiting for. It also raises awareness for the brothers and sisters of Nakhon Si Thammarat to take care of their own health. And show the support of the Thais. from across the country to Thai athletes who will be traveling to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Japan as well “
For activities “Run to send the Thai flag Go to the Tokyo Olympics” on the 11th day, the running brothers in Nakhon Si Thammarat Help each other to cover the distance to add 67.6 km to the finish line , with the trirong flag placed in the Hua Sai subdistrict office. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province has successfully completed 11 days of activity Run accumulated a total distance of 897 km on Thursday 8 April 64 on the 12th day of the Thai flag relay activity. It will start from the Hua Sai subdistrict office of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province At Wat Bo Daeng School, Songkhla Province, the total distance is 75.1 km.
Interested people can follow the movement of the activity. Watch the live stream In addition to commenting and cheering on Thai volunteers, runners, siblings and athletes on Facebook’s “Road to Tokyo 2020” throughout the day, you can follow the activity at www.stadiumth.com and Facebook https: // www.facebook.com/THStadium/