A brave teenage amputee carried the torch in Northern Ireland tonight to the applause of hundreds.
Ryan Cinnamond, 17, from Newry in Co Down, was cheered on as he made his way to the end of the relay in his home city's Pairc Esler arena. He uses prosthetic limbs after his own were sacrificed in a battle with serious illness.
He was given a 10% chance of surviving when his largest artery burst in 2010.
Games chief Lord Coe told the crowd in the sports ground that Ryan summed up everything he loves about the Games.
A small group of dissident republican protesters lined the Newry route but there was no repeat of last night's violence in Londonderry which saw the flame rerouted and one man arrested.
The torch travelled 146 miles through 21 communities today as it made its way from Londonderry through counties Tyrone, Fermanagh and Armagh.
Thousands of people braved heavy rain as the procession visited Enniskillen Castle and the Marble Arch Caves in Co Fermanagh, where it was taken through the elaborate maze of caverns.
Tomorrow the flame will cross the border on its way to Dublin.
Irish Olympic boxing medallist Wayne McCullough will hand the torch over to Michael Carruth during a border ceremony.