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Members of a local Chinese dance troupe wait at the entrance to Sydney’s Luna Park, 18 September 2007, for the arrival of the Special Olympics’ “Flame of Hope”. Sydney is one of the key international destinations on the Torch’s epic world journey, which sees it touch down in five continents before arriving in Shanghai for ...

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Members of a local Chinese dance troupe wait at the entrance to Sydney's Luna Park, 18 September 2007, for the arrival of the Special Olympics' "Flame of Hope". Sydney is one of the key international destinations on the Torch's epic world journey, which sees it touch down in five continents before arriving in Shanghai for the 2007 Special Olympics World Games being held 2-11 October. (Photo: GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

Members of a local Chinese dance troupe wait at the entrance to Sydney’s Luna Park, 18 September 2007, for the arrival of the Special Olympics’ “Flame of Hope”. Sydney is one of the key international destinations on the Torch’s epic world journey, which sees it touch down in five continents before arriving in Shanghai for the 2007 Special Olympics World Games being held 2-11 October. (Photo: GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

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