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The Queen’s Baton Relay visits smallest island nation in the world

On 5 February, the Queen’s Baton Relay touched down in Nauru, the smallest island nation in the Commonwealth and the world! With a land area of just 20.98km2, whilst it may be small in size, the country is mighty.

Nauru has competed in seven Commonwealth Games and won a total of 29 medals! A standout year being Manchester 2002, when Nauru took home 15 medals.

With Nauru being a prime example of how all good things come in small packages, let’s look at some of the small but significant aspects to the Queen’s Baton Relay so far.

Credit: Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022

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