The Canadian national, who is a copy editor for the nation's oldest English daily, carried the torch
about 100 meters with high school student Lim Su-min through a mountain trail in central Seoul, Sunday.
Ibrahim Al-Hussein, a Syrian refugee who lost part of his right leg in a bomb attack in 2012, was the torchbearer in Athens who carried the torch
on behalf of all refugees through the Eleonas refugee and migrant camp.
The Greek corporal who was the first torchbearer for Nazi Germany, carried the torch
again in 1948 -- this time as a gesture of peace.
On a personal note, the UN chief said seeing this flame brings him back to when he carried the torch
in the relay to the London Olympics in 2012 and the Sochi Olympics in 2014.
Mkhaiber accompanied both Fathers as they carried the Torch
Young Jake McGee, now 15, of Ingleby Barwick, who attends All Saints School, carried the torch
on a Stockton leg from the cricket ground to Harpers Terrace - and is "still so proud to have done it."
Chernyshenko, who carried the torch
on a leg through London yesterday, promised the torch route ahead of the next Winter Olympics would be the longest in history.
The 13-year-old from Tile Hill, who is a keen wheelchair tennis player, basketball player and racer, carried the torch
along Stratford Road in Warwick.
Local man Alan Hoyle, who carried the torch
through Tynemouth when the relay passed through recently, will be at the centre on Saturday, July 28, to raise money for the Rays of Sunshine charity.
Cliff in Birmingham with the torch Gary Lineker carried the torch
through Leicester yesterday, but not only is he a son of Leicester, he played for Leicester City many moons ago so he has excellent credentials for the task.
Corporal Johnson Beharry VC carried the Torch
through the National Memorial Arboretum which coincided with Armed Forces Day Commemorations.
As he carried the torch
up to the memorial today, 30,000 poppies were dropped on the crowd by a paraglider.
Other participants included 24-yearold Sean McFedries, from Stromness, who has Down's syndrome, and 16-year-old kidney transplant recipient Zoe Buchanan, who carried the torch
into her hometown of Lerwick on Shetland at lunchtime - 600 miles away from the Olympic epicentre in London.
PROUD: A little girl from Moorgate Nursery School with her homemade torch in Ormskirk ALL DRESSED UP: Even Bruce the pony enjoyed the torch parade in Formby MOBBED: Torchbearer Frankie Meadows runs down Crosby seafront POPULAR: Crowds line the Southport streets to welcome the torch HONOUR: Formby's Phil Capper carries the torch through his home town while at Aintree racecourse Kimberley Cooper and Grand National winner Neptune Collonges made their way to the winning post RECORD BREAKERS: 5,880 schoolchildren formed the Olympic rings on the beach at Blundellsands to break the world record and, left, cabbie Bernie Buxton was mobbed as he carried the torch
I will just try and run in a straight line." Matt carried the torch
a short distance from Cardiff Bay before handing the flame on to the next runner.