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Day 156 - Trinidad & Tobago

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A man shows his patriotic support for the Queen’s Baton Relay by waving a large Trinidad and Tobago flag in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Badminton player Keeron Garcia presents the Queen's Baton to students of his old school, Aranguez Government, in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Aranguez Government School students laugh and cheer as the Queen's Baton passes their school in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Netball player Amanda Cameron relays the Queen's Baton with the local netball club in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Cyclist Quincy Alexander presents the Queen's Baton to Bethlehem Girls Roman Catholic School students in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Chief of Defence Forces, Brigadier-General Anthony Phillips-Spencer relays the Queen's Baton in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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University of Trinidad & Tobago student Nikhil Nagoo relays the Queen's Baton in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Trinidad and Tobago's first female Olympian, sprinter Laura Pierre (left) holds the Queen's Baton with former hammer thrower Candice Scott (right) in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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 passes the Queen's Baton to para-swimmer Shanntol Ince as the baton arrives at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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Performers ready for carnival celebration to celebrate the Queen’s Baton at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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 Trinidad and Tobago HE Anthony Carmona (right) and the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Brian Lewis hold the Queen's Baton at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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 gives a speech to St. Joseph Secondary School students ahead of the Queen’s Baton Relay in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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St. Joseph Secondary School students gathered in their assembly hall ahead of the Queen’s Baton Relay in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Thursday 13 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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