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Wales' Dai Greene fails to qualify for the 400 metres Final!


Defending champion Dai Greene failed to make the final of the 400m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games after he could only finish fifth in his heat. 93 more words

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Face of the games

Clyde might be the official mascot of Glasgow 2014 but a much-loved local icon has rapidly become the unofficial face of the games.

Sat astride his trusty steed Copenhagen and wearing his trademark traffic cone hat at a jaunty angle, the Duke of Wellington welcomes visitors to the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow’s Royal Exchange Square. 50 more words

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Second live shift

Well nearly didn’t go again. Had a dreadful morning and slept most of the day. Looked for a local GP but decided I would miss Friday instead and then I could leave Thursday if I was still not well. 440 more words

Athletics

#iPGN: Glasgow 2014: Team Nigeria claims bronze in table tennis

Nigeria’s table tennis team on Monday returned to the podium at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games after defeating India 3-1 to claim the bronze medal in the men’s team event. 340 more words

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Wales win their first ever Medal at the Wrestling in the Commonwealth Games!

Team Wales won their first ever Commonwealth Games medal in the Wrestling, by winning bronze at the Wrestling event in Glasgow 2014.

Commonwealth Games Wrestling News page posted “By Mike Armstrong” – The Voice of Social Media

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The Welsh Girls Gymnastics Team win first ever Commonwealth Games medal!

Wales Girls Gymnastics team earlier won their first Commonwealth Games medal in The Gymnastics when they won a team bronze.

Commonwealth Games Gymnastics News page posted “By Mike Armstrong” – The Voice of Social Media

Welsh Sports News

My Friend Clyde

Whilst us volunteers enjoy our Clydesider status in our respective sporting venues, there’s one guy who’s popping up all over the shop. He’s always smiling. He’s sporting and pulling off a rather fetching purple hair-do. 148 more words

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