The first Olympic stop on Ciril’s 13,000-kilometer route in Beijing was Torino. Once the capital of Italy, today an important business, cultural and sports center. The fourth largest Italian city is home to Fiat, as well as other reputable brands such as Pininfarina and Lavazza. What about sports? Top notch! Last fall, they hosted the prestigious ATP final tennis tournament for the first time, and the top eight will finish the season for the next four years at the Pala Alpitour. From Torino also comes the most successful Italian football club, Juventus. The club, nicknamed the "Old Lady", plays home games at the legendary stadium, which the locals still call "Comunale", although it has been renamed several times. During the 2006 Winter Olympics, it was known to the international sports public as the "Stadio Olimpico". Who lit the Olympic flame at the famous stadium in February 2006? How many athletes participated? What about more prominent Slovenian rankings? Check out Ciril’s report from one of the three Italian Olympic cities, which implemented numerous sustainable solutions.

Mine, Yours, Our Mission!

Climate warming is the result of human activity. So, we can slow down the pace of climate change. Me, you, we. Every step matters, no matter how small. Slovenians boast many charismatic Olympic legends. In this mission they will lead our efforts in rewriting the future of our planet. Join us.