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Day 154 - Trinidad & Tobago

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Commonwealth Games silver and bronze shooting medallist Roger Daniel (left), Olympic Games silver and bronze 4x100m medallist Emmanuel Callender (centre) and World Champion 400m hurdler Jehue Gordon (right) hold the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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British High Commissioner HE Arthur Snell gives a speech to welcome the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Fiona Grant, from Glasgow and working at the British High Commission in Trinidad and Tobago, holds the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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British High Commissioner HE Arthur Snell holds the Queen's Baton with the Indian High Commissioner HE Gauri Shankar Gupta in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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The Queen’s Baton held by Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee staff Kwanieze John (left) and Jeanette Small (R) in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee David Inglefield (left) holds the Queen's Baton with Secretary General of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Annette Knott (right) in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Commonwealth Games Federation Regional Vice President (Caribbean) Fortuna Belrose (right) passes the Queen's Baton to British High Commissioner HE Arthur Snell (centre) with President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Brian Lewis (left) in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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British High Commissioner HE Arthur Snell holds the Queen’s Baton with (from L-R) Secretary General of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Annette Knott, Trinidad and Tobago Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Ian Hippolyte, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Brian Lewis, Commonwealth Games Federation Regional Vice President (Caribbean) Fortuna Belrose and shooter Roger Daniel hold the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Brian Lewis takes a close look at the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Commonwealth Games Federation Regional Vice President (Caribbean) Fortuna Belrose holds the Queen's Baton against the setting sun in Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday 11 March 2014. Trinidad and Tobago is nation 45 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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