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Commonwealth Games baton relay 'once in a lifetime' chance says bearer — BBC News

Wednesday, 13 July, 2022

Commonwealth Games baton relay 'once in a lifetime' chance says bearer — BBC News

Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, carried the baton as a way of showing others "not to worry what other people may think of the way they walk"

 
A Commonwealth Games baton bearer who took part in the country-wide relay ahead of this summer's event has said it was an "amazing opportunity".
Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, carried the baton at the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln on Sunday.
Thousands of people will take it along its entire 294-day route, finishing in host city Birmingham on 28 July.
Read more at: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-62118573

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