More than a million people in the West Midlands have seen the Olympic torch after its third return to the region last weekend.
On Saturday, around 434,500 people saw the Olympic flame as it travelled through Staffordshire and the Black Country on the way to an overnight stop In Birmingham.
On Sunday, another 152, 000 people watched the flame on its journey from Birmingham to an overnight stop in Coventry, weaving through Solihull, Redditch, Wychavon and Warwickshire and a further 46,500 people later saw the flame leave Coventry and visit Rugby and Dunchurch.
After 370,000 saw the flame when it first visited the region in May for overnight stops in Worcester and in Stoke-on-Trent a week later, that means a total attendance figure of 1,003,000 people
David Moorcroft, chair at West Midlands for 2012, said: "The public’s attention to the Olympic flame has been incredible. It’s had four overnight stops in the region and a million people have lined the streets to see it. A lot of that interest is thanks to the inspiring stories of the torchbearers who have made the Flame relevant to so many people.
"I’m very proud that the flame has been such a success during its time in the West Midlands. We’ve had a fabulous opportunity to showcase the region to the world – and we’ve enjoyed ourselves doing it.
"The Flame has brought smiles to the faces of a million people – and I hope everyone of them will have taken away their own London 2012 Olympic moment that they’ll remember for a lifetime."
There were 31,000 people in Lichfield and 40,000 in Tamworth to see the torch relay route in South Staffordshire on Saturday, followed by 185,000 in the Black Country, 90,000 in Wolverhampton, 45,000 in Walsall, 40,000 in Sandwell and 10,000 in Dudley.
A total of 140,000 people lined the route through Birmingham and attended the evening celebration at Cannon Hill Park, where pop legend Sir Cliff Richard had carried the flame on the approach to the park entrance.
On Sunday, 9,000 people were up in time to see the Flame leave Birmingham City Centre at 6am.
Further along the route, there were crowds of 6,000 at Solihull, 25,500 in Redditch, and 19,500 in Wychavon. The route through Warwickshire, which included Stratford-upon-Avon. Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle and Leamington Spa attracted crowds of 62,000 people.