Sir Clive Woodward mobbed as he set off with the Torch through Camden this morning.
Rugby World Cup winning coach and Team GB’s deputy chef de mission Sir Clive Woodward lit the torch outside the Roundhouse as crowds flooded to Chalk Farm Road to watch the procession
The Duchess of Cambridge will meet a fellow Scout volunteer today who will carry the Olympic flame to the gates of Buckingham Palace.
Torch bearer Jon Sayer, 33, was chosen to take part in the relay after Kate asked for a Scout to participate in this prestigious leg of the event.
He has been described as an inspirational helper who last year saved the life of a man who had jumped into a river swollen with rainwater.
The Torch starts off at The Roundhouse in Camden and will make it's way through through Islington and the Kings Road. David Cameron will welcome the torch to Downing Street before it makes it's way to Buckingham Palace. It will finish at Hyde Park for the evening.
He's won two Gold medals and he's carried the Olympic flame before in Sydney, but Daley Thompson returned to his roots this evening to carry the flame - and light the cauldron at Alexandra Palace, at the end of Day 68 of the torch relay.
The athlete used to train nearby - at Haringey Athletic Club.
Hundreds were at Alexandra Palace this evening to see Daley Thompson light the cauldron at the end of Day 68. We spoke to the crowds who told us they're excited about the London games.