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Olympic Relay Revelations

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6:46am 27th March 2012
(Updated 6:46am 27th March 2012)

A balloon ride in the biomes and a convoy 150 metres long.

More details are being revealed about the Olympic Torch relay in Cornwall, including a stop at the Eden Project.

More than 170 people will follow the flame in May.

Malcolm Bell from Visit Cornwall said, "We're going to have a whole day and one billion audience and certainly tens and hundreds of millions even across Europe. You cannot buy that coverage. Especially on a Saturday, followed on by the Sunday by those iconic shots in the Sunday papers around the world".

6:46am 27th March 2012

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