OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY: Week ten from Greenwich to the Olympic Stadium
After nearly 8,000 miles and just over 7,000 torchbearers - with crowds so far estimated at just over ten million - the Olympic torch will spend the final week of its journey in the capital, visiting all 33 London borough. In total 982 torchbearers will carry the flame during its seven day tour - but who will be last and have the honour of lighting the cauldron at the Olympic stadium?
SPECTACULAR: A Royal Navy commando abseils into the capital as the Olympic flame finally arrives in London (Getty Images)
DAY 63 - JULY 21 - GREENWICH - WALTHAM FOREST
Gymnast Nadia Comaneci and former basketball player John Amaechi to take the Olympic flame to the roof of the North Greenwich Arena, venue for gymnastics and basketball finals.
Bolton footballer Fabrice Muamba, who went to school in Waltham Forest, will be the final torchbearer of the day just a few months after he collapsed and was presumed dead during an FA Cup match.
Natasha Sinha, 15, from Greenwich who was nominated for her dedication to swimming and cross country running will carry the flame from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich and the Meridian Time Line, through Greenwich Park to the London 2012 equestrian arena.
And Sir Robin Knox-Johnson will carry the Ffame for a lap around the restored Cutty Sark ship. He was the first person to sail solo non-stop around the world, founded the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race in 1995 and has been a Cutty Sark Trustee since 2011.
DAY 64 - JULY 22 - REDBRIDGE - BEXLEY
Chelsey Grote, 12, will carry the flame around the athletics track at the Mayesbrook Park Training Centre which is a dedicated training centre for competitors in the 2012 Games.
Amelia Hempleman-Adams, 17, from Surrey, who at the age of 16 became the youngest person to ski to the South Pole will hold the flame on top of a capsule on the London Eye.
DAY 65 - JULY 23 - LEWISHAM - WANDSWORTH
Internationally acclaimed actor Sir Patrick Stewart,known for his Shakespearean stage work and leading roles in contemporary film and television is set to carry the flame into the lunch stop at St. Andrew’s School, Croydon where he has lived over the years.
Doreen Lawrence, 59, will carry the flame into the forecourt of the centre set up in memory of her son Stephen, murdered in a racist attack in 1993, as base for community learning and development.
The flame will also be carried onto centre court at Wimbledon with Andy Murray, beaten in the recent final at the All England Club, expected to be involved.
ROWING LEGEND: James Cracknell, a two-time Olympic gold medallist, is among the torchbearers on day 66
DAY 66 - JULY 24 - KINGSTON - EALING
The Olympic flame will surprise commuters on a morning train where it will be carried by a London Underground staff member.
The first torchbearer will be two-time Olympic rowing gold medallist James Cracknell, who will start the torch relay at the Hook Community Centre in Kingston.
AGE JUST A NUMBER: Diana Gould, who will turned 100, will carry the Olympic flame on day 67 - she's the oldest torchbearer in the relay
DAY 67 - JULY 25 - HARROW - HARINGEY
Diana Gould, who at 100 years of age is oldest female torchbearer in the relay, will meet Mayor Boris Johnson as she carries the flame into the lunchtime stop at Middlesex University.
Diana who has always led an active life was selected for running popular exercise classes in the retirement flats where she now lives.
Daley Thompson will be the last torchbearer of the day and will light the celebration cauldron at the Haringey evening celebration event.
A close friend of London 2012 chapman Seb Coe, he holds more decathlon honours than anybody before or after him. He was the first person ever to hold the World, Olympic, Commonwealth and European titles at the same time, as well as the world record. He was unbeaten in competition for nine years. He trained at nearby Haringey Athletics Club.
ROLE: Daley Thompson, Seb Coe's personal choice to light the flame, will carry the torch two days before the opening ceremony (Getty Images)
DAY 68 - JULY 26 - CAMDEN - WESTMINSTER
Two torchbearers will exchange the Flame at the site of the finishing line in the stadium of the 1908 Olympic Games.
One of the two torchbearers is Antoine de Navacelle, the great grand-nephew of Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic Games.
Chelsea Pensioner Jim Anderson, 76, will carry the flame at the Chelsea Hospital where fellow residents, resplendent in their scarlet coats will form a guard of honour for him. Jim was selected for being a wonderful ambassador for the Royal Hospital and, as well as this, he is still a regular marathon and 10k runner.
The torch will also drop into Downing Street, where it will receive a special welcome from the Prime Minister.
DAY 69 - JULY 27 - HAMPTON COURT - OLYMPIC STADIUM
The final day of the torch relay will see the flame board the Queen's row barge Gloriana, most recently seen at the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, at Hampton Court Palace and a crew of 16 British rowers, past and future, including some involved in the 1948 Games, will carry the flame down the River Thames.
The torch will then be received at Tower Bridge in central London shortly before lunchtime, at which point it will remain out of public view at City Hall until it appears at the opening ceremony shortly before midnight.
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