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Day 179 - Jamaica

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Legendary Jamaican sprinter (6 times Commonwealth Gold medallist - 1970, '74 and '78 Games’) Don Quarrie holds the Queen’s Baton in Kingston, Jamaica, Saturday 5 April 2014. Jamaica is nation 54 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit.

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Legendary Jamaican sprinter (6 times Commonwealth Gold medallist - 1970, '74 and '78 Games’) Don Quarrie and up-and-coming sprinter Javon Francis hold the Queen’s Baton in Kingston, Jamaica, Saturday 5 April 2014. Jamaica is nation 54 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit.

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Commonwealth Games Federation Honorary Secretary Louise Martin and dignitaries carry the Queen’s Baton past a billboard of Usain Bolt at Kingston Airport, Jamaica, Saturday 5 April 2014. Jamaica is nation 54 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit.

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Prime Minister of Jamaica, Rt Hon Portia Simpson-Miller hands the Queen's Baton to cyclist Bobby Barnes after its arrival in Kingston, Jamaica, Saturday 5 April 2014. Jamaica is nation 54 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit.

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