20 May 2012
Last updated at 19:59
Day 2 of the Olympic torch relay and Jordan Anderton, 18, from Ivybridge, is the first runner. Jordan has undergone treatment for a rare form of childhood cancer and set out from the Life Centre in Plymouth.
Crowds turned out to send Jordan on his way as he covered his 300m with the Olympic torch.
Bunting, flags and more crowds turned out in Modbury as the torch convoy passed through.
Exeter sports coach Ruth Godbeer, 58, who told BBC Radio Devon that she ran two legs of the Olympic torch relay in Kingsbridge, said: "It was absolutely fantastic, I will always remember it."
Ruth Godbeer passes the Olympic flame to postman and cancer charity fundraiser Jerry Gill, 50, from Plymouth for the second stage of the torch's progress through Kingsbridge.
Jerry Gill, who has raised thousands of pounds for cancer charities, was the second Olympic torch relay runner in Kingsbridge.
Torchbearer Andrew Hibbert carried the Olympic flame on the leg between Stoke Fleming and Dartmouth where crowds had packed out the harbour.
Thirteen-year-old Georgia Lock, nominated for her hard work at school and caring personality, carried the Olympic flame on the leg between Stoke Fleming and Dartmouth.
Katy Henderson carried the Olympic torch as she began her leg of the relay at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth.
Torchbearer Henry De Trogoff, 12, from Paris carries the Olympic flame on the leg between Totnes and Paignton.
Large crowds watch as a torchbearer (obscured) and the Torch Relay motorcade pass through Torquay.
Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Christopher Wolstenholme of rock band Muse carried the Olympic flame across Shaldon Bridge with 7,000 people cheering the local boys on.