Unique journey of the Sochi Olympic torch

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Russian popular entertainer Tatyana Lazareva holds the Olympic torch during the Olympic torch relay in Novosibirsk, about 2,800 kilometers (1,750 miles) east of Moscow, Russia, Friday, Dec. 6, 2013. The 65,000-kilometer (39,000 mile) Sochi torch relay, which started on Oct. 7, is the longest in Olympic history. The torch has traveled to the North Pole on a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker and has even been flown into space

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From the North Pole to a volcano to outer space, the Olympic torch has been on an incredible road to Sochi. This year's torch relay is the longest in Olympic history, the torch will cover 39,000 miles in only four months. Keep track of the incredible journey here!

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