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Day 50 - New Zealand

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell (centre) holds the Queen's Baton with Joelle King (right) and middle-distance runner Nikki Hamblin (left) in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Alex Paulsen, of St. Heliers School holds the Queen's Baton in front of the school's logo on its new astroturf pitch in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell walks the Queen's Baton through a crowd of students from St. Heliers School in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Children from St. Heliers School perform a Haka, or 'War Dance' to welcome the Queen's Baton in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Squash Player and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Joelle King (left) hands the Queen's Baton to a local student from St. Heliers School (right) in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Squash Player and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Joelle King (left), Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell (centre) and middle-distance runner Nikki Hamblin (right) travel with the Queen's Baton on an amphibious craft onto the beach in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Squash Player and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Joelle King (left), middle-distance runner Nikki Hamblin (center) and Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell (right) travel with the Queen's Baton on an amphibious craft in front of the city skyline in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell (left), Squash Player and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Joelle King (centre) and middle-distance runner Nikki Hamblin (right) travel with the Queen's Baton on an amphibious craft in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Squash Player and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Joelle King (right) and middle-distance runner Nikki Hamblin (left) travel with the Queen's Baton on an amphibious craft in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell (left) appears with the Queen's Baton on TVNZ's Breakfast show OneNews in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell appears with the Queen's Baton on TVNZ's Breakfast OneNews in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.§

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Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell appears with the Queen's Baton on TVNZ's Breakfast OneNews in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday 27 November 2013. New Zealand is the fifteenth country to be visited on the baton's journey through 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

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