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Day 177 - British Virgin Islands

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Foxy Callwood MBE, awarded for promotion of tourism and preservation of Jost Van Dyke Island, poses with the Queen's Baton at Foxy's Bar, in British Virgin Islands, Thursday 3 April 2014. British Virgin Islands is nation 53 of 70 nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Thad Lettsome holds the Queen’s Baton aboard the Tortola sloop Intrepid, in Nanny Cay marina, in British Virgin Islands, Thursday 3 April 2014. British Virgin Islands is nation 53 of 70 nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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HE The Governor Boyd McCleary (centre) hands the baton to Hon Acting Premier Dr Kendrick Pickering with (left to right) Commonwealth Games Federation Vice President (Caribbean) Fortuna Belrose, British Virgins Islands Olympic Committee President Ephraim Penn and Hon Minister for Education, Culture and Sport Myron Walwyn, at the Queen’s Baton Relay opening ceremony, in British Virgin Islands, Thursday 3 April 2014. British Virgin Islands is nation 53 of 70 nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Hon Minister for Education, Culture and Sport Myron Walwyn with students relay the Queen's Baton in British Virgin Islands, Thursday 3 April 2014. British Virgin Islands is nation 53 of 70 nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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