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Day 60 - Cook Islands

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A man in traditional dress performs a 'Pee', or challenge chant to welcome the Queen's Baton into the Takitumu District in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Temaea Tuaeera prepares to perform a 'Pee', or challenge chant to welcome the Queen's Baton into the Takitumu District in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Executive Board Member of the Commonwealth Games Association of the Cook Islands Ina Marsters carries the Queen's Baton in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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President of the Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee Hugh Graham (left) lifts the Queen's Baton with CEO of the Commonwealth Games Federation Mike Hooper (right) outside the Takamoa Mission House in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Daniel Apii Jnr, and Teina Rere Collin-Rattle, representing the island of Manihiki hold the Queen's Baton in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Daniel Apii Jnr., representing the island of Manihiki performs a 'Pee', or challenge chant to welcome the Queen's Baton in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Teina Rere Collin-Rattle, representing the island of Manihiki performs a 'Pee', or challenge chant to welcome the Queen's Baton in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Members of the Rarotonga Sailing Club, Makua Nikoia, and Rosie Burns, run the Queen's Baton along the beach in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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Members of the local community hold the Queen's Baton in front of a tree planted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Rarotonga, Cook Islands on Saturday 7 December 2013. Cook Islands is nation 17 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen’s Baton.

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