Allan Wells carried the Olympic torch through Selkirk on the outskirts of Edinburgh on the 27th day of the parade.
Day 27 of the relay started in Edinburgh as the flame set out for its 140-mile trip through the Borders into England north of Berwick-upon-Tweed and ended with an evening celebration on Alnwick Castle Pastures.
Allan then passed the flame to GB handball captain Lynn McCafferty, 33, from Cumbernauld.
While Allan has been up in Scotland he also stated in the national newspapers that kids in Scotland need a 'Kick up the back side' referring to kids being too lazy.
Wells hopes that the Olympics will spur on kids to get more active.
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