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  1. Glasgow 2014 Highlights

    As Glasgow 2014 draws to a close with Hampden Park hosting the closing ceremony, we can look back at the games and realise there has been so many amazing things happening in Glasgow and so many amazing achievements from all of the athletes. Team Scotland has brought pride to Glasgow with their best ever medal haul,  with 19 gold medals and…

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  2. Glasgow in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Whether you are in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games or just visiting for a couple of days, there is so much to do and so much to see. So we made you this handy little infographic to show you the best places to eat, shop and stay in Glasgow. Enjoy! *If the infographic doesn’t show up straight away, quickly refresh…

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  3. Glasgow 2014 is here!

    After years of excitement and preparation in Glasgow, Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014 launches tonight with a grand opening ceremony at Celtic Park. Glasgow 2014 is undoubtedly one of the biggest things to happen to Glasgow as it attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world to amaze at the great venues, amazing athletes and enjoy the Glaswegian atmosphere which…

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  4. Top sporting events at Glasgow 2014

    As the Commonwealth games arrive in Glasgow for the first time, 14 venues all over Glasgow take to hosting 17 of the greatest sports and play host to the worlds best athletes. Between the 10 core sports and the 7 selected sports, there is a great deal going on over the 2 weeks so we took a look at the…

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  5. Glasgow 2014 Competitors

    Tickets are sold. The venues are ready. Glasgow is ready and the wait is almost over with Commonwealth Glasgow 2014 only days away! Edinburgh has successfully hosted the Games twice, in 1970 and 1986, so the pressure is on Scotland’s largest city to put on a show. A total of 17 sports (ten of which are considered ‘core sports’ and a further…

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  6. 5 things not to miss in Glasgow

    Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city. Located on the west coast, Glasgow was historically an industrial hub, and during the reign of the British Empire was one of the largest shipbuilding centres in the world. These days this vibrant and bustling city is renowned for its shopping, nightlife, museums and many restaurants. Not to mention the fact that the locals have…

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