The Agitos has been revealed at Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge and Kew Gardens in London. Giant sets of the symbol have already been unveiled in Cardiff and Edinburgh.
The Agitos – the symbol of the Paralympic Games – will provide a stunning backdrop for national Paralympic Torch Relay celebrations which get underway in the UK's four capital cities over the Bank Holiday weekend.
On 17 August, athletes from the Australian and Papua New Guinea Paralympic teams staying at a Pre-Games Training Camp in Cardiff helped launch the Agitos outside Cardiff City Hall
The Agitos was also spectacularly unveiled at The Mound in Edinburgh by Paralympic archer Alasdair Hamilton and members of the Royal Air Force on 22 August.
About the Agitos
The Paralympic Flag features three 'agitos' (Latin for 'I move') in red, blue and green – the colours most represented in national flags around the world. The three Agitos of the Paralympic symbol encircle a centre point showing that the Paralympic Games bring athletes together from around the globe and that athletes are always moving forward and never give up.