25 July 2012
Last updated at 15:26
The first torchbearer of day 68 was Joanna Hyams who held the flame on the bridge at Headstone Manor in Harrow.
There was a sporting theme for the day as she also carried the flame at Bessborough Cricket Club. The relay started at 0919 BST.
Musician Labrinth was in the London Borough of Brent to be a torchbearer. The singer, who is originally from Hackney, ran under his real name Timothy McKenzie.
Boxer James Degale, who won a middleweight gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, carried the flame straight after Labrinth.
The flame was carried at Wembley Stadium by England's World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks and badminton Olympic silver medallist Nathan Robertson.
Singer Beverley Knight, running under the name Beverley Smith, was also a torchbearer in Brent.
The flame was carried by 100-year-old Diana Gould, the oldest female torchbearer of London 2012. She still runs exercise classes at the retirement flats where she lives in north-west London
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint met the Mayor of London Boris Johnson as he held a torch at Middlesex University, London.
Jack Otter is a soldier in the British Army 2 Rifles who lost both his legs and his left arm in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. Jack got out of his wheelchair twice to walk with the flame at the start and the end of his stint and drew massive cheers from the crowd.
In Tottenham, the flame passed between Jay Kamiraz and Scott Moorhouse in the presence of Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall.
Torchbearer Scott Moorhouse, who lost his leg when he was only six weeks old, received a kiss from The Duchess of Cornwall.
Jay Kamiraz shook hands with Prince Charles, who is said to be a fan of the torchbearer's Souls of Prophecy choir. Jay set up the gospel choir to inspire young people from inner city areas and the group was voted the UK's 5th best choir in 2010.
Legendary decathlete Daley Thompson lit an Olympic cauldron at Alexandra Palace at the end of day 68 of the torch relay. In an incredible career Daley won decathlon gold at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, and was the first decathlete to hold the World, Olympic, Commonwealth and European titles simultaneously.