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Day 52 - New Zealand

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The Queen's Baton piped through Wellington Airport is carried by Vicki Treadell the British High Commissioner to New Zealand to welcome it to Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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Batonbearers including Commonwealth medallists Stephen Jenness (left) and Katrina Grant (right) hold the Queen's Baton with during the day's relay in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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A bagpiper pipes a welcome to the Queen's Baton at the Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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Katrina Grant Commonwealth Gold medallist carries the Queen's Baton to the Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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 medallist Stephen Jenness (left), MP Paul Foster-Bell (centre) and Commonwealth medallist Katrina Grant (right) hold the Queen's Baton in front of Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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), MP Paul Foster-Bell (center) and British High Commissioner for New Zealand Vicki Treadell (right) hold the Queen's Baton in front of Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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 medalists Katrina Grant (left) and Stephen Jenness (right) hold the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton and the Auckland 1990 Queen’s Baton (respectively) inside Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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 Medalist and Chef de Mission for New Zealand Rob Waddell holds the Queen's Baton with a Troll from the film The Hobbit outside the Weta Workshop in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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Creative Director of Weta Workshop Richard Taylor holds the Queen's Baton with a mannequin of Gandalf from the film The Lord of the Rings in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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Creative Director of Weta Workshop Richard Taylor (centre) holds the Queen's Baton with a mannequin statue of Gandalf, from the film The Lord of the Rings with (from left to right) Commonwealth medallists Katrina Grant and Stephen Jenness and with Commonwealth and Olympic Medallist and New Zealand Chef de Mission for Glasgow 2014 Rob Waddell in Wellington, New Zealand on Friday 29 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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