Carrying the Flame through Windsor Castle, Torchbearer Gina Macgregor, from Maidenhead, will handover to 12 year old Phillip Wells from Taplow, witnessed by Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh during the afternoon.
The Flame begins its journey at Iffley Road Stadium, where Sir Roger Bannister will hand it to the first Torchbearer of the day, Nicola Byron.
Nicola, 25, from Oxford, is studying for a doctorate in experimental psychology at Brasenose College. In 2009 she launched SRSH (Student Run Self Help), a volunteer-run organisation to provide self-help groups across the country for students with eating disorders, and has raised more than £60,000 for the programme.
Other Torchbearers during the day include be Sir Steve Redgrave who will carry the Flame on the water in Henley on Thames; heptathlete Denise Lewis; jockey Frankie Dettori and world-renownd chef Raymond Blanc.
The last Torchbearer of the day, Quentin Gunderson, 41, from Reading, selected through the Lloyds TSB campaign for the worl that he does for the Lighthouse Centre in Reading. Quentin will carry the Flame into the Evening Celebration at the Madjeski Stadium in Reading where he will light a celebration cauldron on stage to enable the Olympic Flame to be seen by the audience
The Relay will travel through the following communities: Oxford, Abingdon, Wallingford, Crowmarsh Gifford, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames, Bisham Abbey, Maidenhead, Burnham, Slough, Windsor, Egham, Ascot, Bracknell and Reading.
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