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Good Week/Bad Week
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
Sky Sports News' Orla Chennaoui reports from Glasgow where she examines the impact the world’s fastest man is having on the Commonwealth Games.
Good Week/Bad Week
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
'A great buzz'
Sky's very own Elen Barnes is competing in the Commonwealth Games for the Welsh hockey team. Here she blogs on life as an athlete at the Games...
One track mind
Before coming into these Commonwealth Games there were a lot of questions hanging over Sir Bradley Wiggins, if only in the public mind.
'Everyone looks up to Wiggins'
Joanna Rowsell has revealed Sir Bradley Wiggins has taken on father-figure status among the Team England cyclists at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Harten set on gold
Jo Harten says reaching the Commonwealth Games final is the focus for England's netballers.
Francis: England contenders
Netballer Stacey Francis insists Australia and New Zealand will regard England as serious contenders for the gold medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.
All eyes will be on Glasgow this summer and the Scottish Thistles can't wait.
Bring on Australia
Netball captain Jade Clarke says England are 'ready for the challenge' of facing fierce rivals Australia at this month's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
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Redgrave backing Glasgow
Sir Steve Redgrave says Glasgow will put on a real show this summer in hosting the Commonwealth Games, in what he says is a special event in itself as well as a good breeding ground for future Olympians.
Glasgow 2014 venues