Anthony Ogogo returned to his home town of Lowestoft this morning as the boxing star lead a mass morning run along the beach as the QBR came to town.
The crowds turned out in strong numbers from 8am to get their week off to the best possible start with a group warm up before enjoying a jog in the sun with the 25-year-old.
The Baton then moved on to Newmarket Racecource where over 500 school children participated in a relay of their own following a public sports park event.
The QBR will later be transported to Bury St. Edmonds where nearly 1,000 children and teachers will welcome the Baton and compete in a Super 8's athletics competition featuring both disabled and non-disabled participants.
Suffolk represents day 10 of the Queen's Baton Relay as the event snakes north towards Scotland where it is officially handed over on Saturday morning in the build up to the Commonwealth Games,