Juni 26, 2022 Live from the road


Reported by Subimal Alfredo De Joannon 1.0 km

A delegation of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run joined the event to share the Peace Torch among athletes and organizers to offer a moment of Oneness and Peace. We were honoured to be part of the first edition of this important event.

“In all beginnings dwells a magic force” — Hermann Hesse, book The Glass Bead Game The Glass Bead Game (1943)

The marathon is initiated by KONI (National Sports Committee of Indonesia). Bali was chosen as a wonderful venue for the first Indonesia International Marathon. Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali offers a range of beautiful natural wonders together with interesting and distinctive cultural customs. The event showed Bali’s exotic tropical & natural charms that will make Indonesia International Marathon a truly unique race.
“Tembus Batas Maksimal” or Through the Limit is the tagline of the event, it is an encouragement to all involved to reach new heights.

We offer our deepest gratitude to the organizing staff for allowing us to share a moment of Peace and Oneness among the participants.

In the opening photo (middle) Agus Prayogo from Indonesia, who won the full marathon with the time of 2h.36'.16'', with a Muneendra Kouhut (left) from Peace Run and the Balinese mamber of the organizer Bli Adi (right).

Agus Prayogo the male winner of the first Indonesian International Marathon proudly holds the Peace Torch.

Agus Prayogo holds the Peace Run Torch during the awarding ceremony.

Odekta Elvina Naibaho winner of the female category with the time of 2h.53'.00'' smilingly holds the Peace Run Torch during the awarding ceremony.

Miss Odekta Elvina Naibaho winner of the female category.

Miss Odekta Elvina Naibaho with her family.

The race director happy for the great result.

Those participants already knew about the Peace Run and they are enthusiast to participate our next event.

International runner

Runners were charging their limits in a hot and humid weather.

Torch carried by
Kanyaka Arini (Indonesia), Muneendra Kouhut (Indonesia), Subimal Alfredo De Joannon (Italy).  
Subimal Alfredo De Joannon
The torch has travelled 1.0 km in Sanur.

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