As the torch leaves the region, the Kendal Dojo Judo Club is now turning its attention to the Games itself. Raymond Ovinou, in red doing circuit training, is from Papua New Guinea and will compete in London 2012. He says the host club has made a big difference to his performance.
Hundreds pour into the local 'Dojo' Judo Club after the torch makes its final exit from the region through Kendal. The club is hosting the Oceania Olympic team.
Torchbearer Michael Liptrot carries the Olympic Flame away from Kendal Castle on day 35 of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay.
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Scottish Rugby legend Chris Paterson, was one of the torch bearers he said: "I remember running relay races and sprints on this very pitch when it was grass, it makes it so special, a big smile on my face.
"It was only 300 metres but you come in here and see kids involved in this, the sports stars of the future, and that is what is important"
Michael Moore MP added: "It has had a big show in the Borders, people here can say they came out to see it and I think it will live with them for a very long time."
Torch bearer Mark Gaddie from Melrose running in Greenlaw,