2018 Queen's Baton Relay International

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The Queen's Baton Relay arrived today in Tarawa, the principal island of Kiribati. This Queen’s Baton Relay will engage with all 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth, over 388 days and cover 230,000km. It will be the longest Relay in Commonwealth Games history, finishing at the Opening Ceremony on the Gold Coast on 4th April 2018. The Queen's Baton Relay spent its one full day in Nauru, where the country staged a full relay of the island on what was declared a public holiday to mark the event. This Queen’s Baton Relay will engage with all 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth, over 388 days and cover 230,000km. It will be the longest Relay in Commonwealth Games history, finishing at the Opening Ceremony on the Gold Coast on 4th April 2018. Photograph shows a pupil kissing the Baton at Temanoku. primary school as the QBR toured around the island of Tarawa.
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