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Queen’s Baton To Arrive In Bermuda In 2022

Queen’s Baton To Arrive In Bermuda In 2022

The Queen’s Baton will arrive in Bermuda on May 22, 2022, as part of the Queen’s Baton Relay leading up to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The statement from the Birmingham 2022 website said, “The international route spans an impressive 269 days, spending between two and four days in each nation or territory, covering approximately... Read more of this article

Photos: Queens Baton Bermuda Visit

Photos: Queens Baton Bermuda Visit

The Queens Baton was greeted fondly in the East End on the first full day of activity, as Tre Houston took time out to hold the Baton that contains the Queens message he is hoping to hear at the Opening Ceremony in Australia. The Baton moved to the St. Peters Church, were officials were greeted and given a tour and a history lesson. The Baton made it... Read more of this article

Minister Scott Praises Queen’s Baton Relay

Minister Scott Praises Queen’s Baton Relay

Speaking in the House of Assembly on Friday [May 9], Minister of Community, Culture and Sports Wayne Scott praised the Queen’s Baton Relay, which recently visited Bermudain the lead up to the Commonwealth Games, is a “much-loved tradition” that he hopes will “champion the values, successes and spirit of the Commonwealth Family.” Minister... Read more of this article

Queen’s Baton Stops At Agricultural Exhibition

Queen’s Baton Stops At Agricultural Exhibition

This afternoon [Apr 26] the Queen’s Baton made a special visit to the Agricultural Exhibition, where it was led into the Show Ring by the Bermuda Regiment Band and carried by 2014 CARIFTA Games double medalist Kyrah Scraders, who won silver in the 1500m and gold in the 800m earlier this month.The baton was then carried by Bermuda’s Commonwealth... Read more of this article

Video: Queen’s Baton Continues Bermuda Tour

Video: Queen’s Baton Continues Bermuda Tour

[Updated with video] It was a full morning with the Queen’s Baton Relay making several stops throughout the Island with several more still to go. Starting in St. George’s the Baton was welcomed and received by the Mayor of St. George’s Mr. Garth Rothwell, former Premier Dame Jennifer Smith and Commonwealth Games medalist Brian Wellman.Then after... Read more of this article

Photos/Video: Queen’s Baton Arrives In Bermuda

Photos/Video: Queen’s Baton Arrives In Bermuda

Bermuda became the 60th stop on the Queen’s Baton Relay’s 118,000 mile and 248-day journey, as the baton and its entourage arrived on the island yesterday evening [Apr 25]. The Relay is part of the build up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, which are set to begin on July 23. The baton is currently making its way throughout... Read more of this article

Queen’s Baton Relay In Bermuda Tomorrow

Queen’s Baton Relay In Bermuda Tomorrow

Bermuda, the 60th stop on the Queen’s Baton Relay’s 118,000 mile and 248-day journey throughout the 71 nations of the Commonwealth, will provide an integral link when it welcomes the baton as part of the most engaging and exciting Relay in history on April 25, 2014. Thousands of people will carry the Baton, a symbol of the unity and diversity... Read more of this article

Queen’s Baton To Arrive In Bermuda On April 25

Queen’s Baton To Arrive In Bermuda On April 25

On Friday, 25 April 2014, the Queen’s Baton will arrive in Bermuda as part of the Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay leading up to the XX Commonwealth Games. The Relay began at Buckingham Palace on 9 October 2013 with Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II placing her message of goodwill in the Baton. It will conclude on 23 July 2014 at the opening ceremony... Read more of this article

Bermuda On Queen’s Baton Relay Route

Bermuda On Queen’s Baton Relay Route

The International Sector Route for the Queen’s Baton Relay was recently unveiled at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena, and will pass through Bermuda. The relay, a unique element of the Commonwealth Games, will visit every nation and territory of the Commonwealth including Bermuda. The relay unites the two billion citizens of the Commonwealth in a celebration... Read more of this article