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Relay Bay

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Nearly 1,700 teams compete at Beach To Bay relay marathon

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Rays' Willy Adames completes AMAZING relay to get Astros' José Altuve out at home

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Milne Bay - Raunim PNG 2015 | Oil Search Pacific Games Relay

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Olympic torch relay from Bracelet Bay, Swansea

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Beach to Bay relay run rescheduled due to coronavirus

Relay Bay is an arm of Robertson Bay, about 5 nautical miles (9 km) wide, lying between Islands Point and Penelope Point along the north coast of Victoria Land. First visited on October 4, 1911 by the Northern Party, led by Victor Campbell, of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-13. So named because they found it necessary to relay their sledges owing to the heavy pressure ridges encountered here. The Nielsen, Ommanney, Crume and Reusch Glaciers flowing into the bay contribute to these pressures.
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