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Scoop Images: Backstage At The Sevens Parade 2013

Scoop Images: Backstage At The Sevens Parade 2013

Photos by Lyndon Hood

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In the midst of a legendary run of nice weather, Wellington is ready to welcome the players in Seven with the tournament's street parade.

Before showtime, Scoop popped into the assembly area, where parade participants gather to take photographs of each other and their various national and/or novelty costumes.

Full coverage of the parade itself on Scoop Wellington: SCOOP IMAGES: Teams, music and dancing – Sevens parade through the CBD


[Wellington Sevens Parade 2013, Backstage. January 31, 2013 - Google+]

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