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  • Derby
    Day 42
    Friday, 29th June
    Route from Nottingham to Derby
    Nottingham, Glapwell, Bolsover, Calow, Chesterfield, Matlock, Darley Dale, Bakewell, Buxton, Ashbourne, Derby
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    Simply click on the Samsung Big Cheer image to find yourself, and then tag and share your moment.
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    You can also share your photos on the Samsung London 2012 Facebook page. Simply select your location and upload your favourite moments.
    Adam Gouldson
    TORCHBEARER
    Since the age of 18, Adam has put his life in harm's way to help others. He served five years in the Army, going to Northern Ireland twice and to Afghanistan. After leaving, he joined the Fire Service. He has been a Fire fighter for nearly six years and has risked his life to save others on a number of occasions. Three years ago Adam was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. This has already cost him the sight in one eye and he has yearly appointments to check its growth. Despite all this, Adam just gets up and gets on with his life, and helps others to deal with and understand it. He has always put others before himself and always will. Adam will be a fantastic Olympic Torchbearer!
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Check out the latest photos and videos, and discover the best moments from the Olympic Torch Relay and at the Samsung evening celebrations.
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Derby Celebrations
Location
Darley Park
Flame Arrives
7.00pm onwards
Schedule
To help people take part in the excitement, Samsung will be presenting world class dance act Twist and Pulse from 'Britain's Got Talent'

Samsung will also be capturing and sharing a big cheer of support for London 2012 from the live audiences, which will be open to online tagging and sharing.
@SamsungMobileUK twitter feed
Adam Gouldson
TORCHBEARER
Since the age of 18, Adam has put his life in harm's way to help others. He served five years in the Army, going to Northern Ireland twice and to Afghanistan. After leaving, he joined the Fire Service. He has been a Fire fighter for nearly six years and has risked his life to save others on a number of occasions. Three years ago Adam was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. This has already cost him the sight in one eye and he has yearly appointments to check its growth. Despite all this, Adam just gets up and gets on with his life, and helps others to deal with and understand it. He has always put others before himself and always will. Adam will be a fantastic Olympic Torchbearer!
Check out the videos, photos and blogs from Team Samsung and relive their London 2012 experience.