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L to R Constable Jim Flett and Gregg John of the Toronto Police Mounted Unit take a look at the baton as part of the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton Relay in Canada. Photo: PRPIX

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TANNA ISLAND, VANUATU - OCTOBER 19: 250 local tribal dancers welcome the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton to their community October 19, 2005 in Tanna Island, Vanuatu. The Baton arrives in Australia on January 24, 2006. Upon its arrival some 3500 relay runners will carry the baton across Australia in the final 50 days of its epic 180,000 kilometre journey from Buckingham Palace, London, to the opening ceremony of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. (Photo by prpix.com.au via Getty Images)

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Elite track and field athlete Kirthly Richardson, who competed in the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games, carries the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton along Malliouhana Beach - site of the first exclusive resort on Anguilla. The island boasts the best beaches in the Caribbean and is known as a recreational playground for the rich and famous. (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Faazil Kassam a member of the Canadian National Table Tennis team crosses Alexandra Bridge in Ottawa as part of the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton Relay in Canada. Photo: PRPIX

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The Upegu Cultural Group officially welcomes the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton to the Eastern Highlands town of Goroka, Papua New Guinea (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Leo Dion J unior, son of the Governor of Rabaul, carries the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton along the shoreline, Rabaul, Papua New Guinea (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Chief Fangota, World War II veteran, stands with the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton, Tanna Island, Vanuatu (pic: prpix.com.au)

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The Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton is carried towards the enormous Yasur Volcano on Tanna Island, Vanuatu (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Scuba diver Johnny Lengane takes the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton on its first underwater dive - to the Underwater Postbox at Hideaway Island in Vanuatu (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Chief Wycliffe of Efate Island (second from left) is joined by fellow villagers as he holds the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton during its visit to his community in Vanuatu (pic: prpix.com.au)

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A young girl 'struts her stuff', performing a traditional Tuvaluan dance as part of Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton Relay celebrations on the Pacific island of Nui, Tuvalu (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Warren Fuiava, Samoan boxer (63kg) holds the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton in front of Blow Hole in Taga as part of Samoa's leg of the world's longest, most inclusive relay (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Father Ozwin carries his young daughter on his shoulders and the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton in his hands and he walks through the streets of his village, Lelani, in Niue (pic: prpix.com.au)

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On arrival in the seaside village of Avatele, the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton. baton is welcomed by local men dressed in traditional warrior costumes, Niue (pic: prpix.com.au)

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Young Vivian, Premier of Nuie, celebrates the arrival of the Melbourne 2006 Queen's Baton, Niue (pic: prpix.com.au)

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