What makes Glasgow 'the friendly games'?

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Sport and culture are bringing people to Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games, leading to them being dubbed 'the friendly games'

Sport has brought thousands of athletes and spectators into Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games.

Many people who don't have tickets have also spilled into the city this week to soak up the atmosphere.

One bike repair shop in the city gave new bikes to two members of Team Malawi ahead of the mountain biking competition.

BBC Scotland's Catriona Renton reports on why these Games have been dubbed the "friendly games".

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