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Day 39.  Tuesday 22 July.

The Queen’s Baton Relay comes to Glasgow on 20-23 July and we’re hoping you’ll be there to show your support! We’ll soon be able to share more details about the day, so please bookmark the page and come back later for more information.

*Route details and timings are subject to change.

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Schedule

07.40Carmunock 
07.50Castlemilk
08.05Castlemilk Community Centre
08.45 Kings Park 
09.00Hampden
09.25Toryglen Regional Football Centre
09.50Polmadie
10.00Govanhill
10.05Govanhill Library
10.25Gorbals
10.35City Centre
10.40Eglinton Toll
10.45Pollokshields - Tramway
12.30Bellahouston (1)
12.50House for Art Lovers
13.20Govan - Ibrox
15.00Cardonald - Library
15.30Crookston
15.40Pollok
15.45Mosspark
16.00Bellahouston Sports Centre
17.00Dumbreck - Pollock Country Park
17.20Langside
17.35Shawlands
17:45Strathbungo
18.00Mount Florida (2)
18.05Queen's Park
TBCQueen Park Recreation Ground - end of day celebrations

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Featured batonbearers

After helping her husband recover from cancer, Audrey started running to raise funds for the Royal Victoria Hospital. She has progressed to run marathons, ultramarathons and was the first Scotswoman to run Ice Marathon on the Antarctic last November, raising funds for Alzheimer’s Scotland. She has organised her own successful marathon at Loch Katerine and inspired numerous people to become more physically active.

Fidele has been active in community integration, especially as a leader of Cameroonian Association and Sympathiser in Scotland. Also, he has inspired many African youths in Glasgow to take part in voluntary activities, for example the group participates in Clean Ups, where they litter pick in areas of neglect and often remove 50 - 100 bags of waste at a time.

Following the death of a friend from cancer, Amanda decided to get fit and raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care (MCCC).She joined the local MCCC fundraising committee and later walked the Great Wall of China, climbed Kilimanjaro and ran her first half marathon (Edinburgh 2013). Her fundraising activities have so far £8,000. She plans to run more half marathons this year before doing a cycling trek in 2015.

At 21, Sarah has made an outstanding contribution as a coach and role model in cycling in Glasgow. A Youth Road Race and Track Sprint Champion in 2008, she has gone on to volunteer at children’s cycling clubs with Glasgow Riderz at Bellahouston and to coach children with West of Scotland Cycling Association. She is a tandem pilot for blind cyclists at the velodrome. She has been awarded Scottish Cycling Young Volunteer (2011) and Gold Volunteering Award from Glasgow Caledonian University.

Jimmy, 75, is a big inspiration to friends, family and the local community. He has raised £30,000 for charities over the last 15 years, with adventures including marathons, Sahara trek, Kilimanjaro and the highest summits in Europe, North and South America. Jimmy has also completed a Lands End to John O'Groats cycle. As well as all of this, he has managed to climb every Munro in Scotland. He is a proud Glaswegian who loves sport and inspires all in the community around him.

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