SVĚTLÁ NAD SÁZAVOU, May 9 (PSCR) – Sunday, 9th of May in the Czech republic was not only symbolized by official commemorations of the Victory Day, but also a festival of sport was held. On Sunday, the Volkswagen Prague Marathon with over 10,000 attenders took place in Prague and many smaller sub-races were part of it. One of them was the Yellow Ribbon Run, which the Czech Republic hosted for the first time. With a yellow ribbon on their t-shirts, 32 runners - divided into 8 relay teams - participated in the Yellow Ribbon Run. By taking part in this event, runners supported the idea of reintegration of ex-offenders into the society. Many of the contestants broke their limits, because they had not been particularly keen runners prior to the run. Even though they did not finish on the top of the chart, completing the run meant a personal victory for them. We hope that this day also symbolized the beginning of breaking long-term prejudice in the society against current prisoners and ex-offenders.