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Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the ones to watch

Athletes from around the Commonwealth will be heading to Glasgow for the 2014 games and we've picked out a few of them who could be taking home a medal in the next couple of weeks.
Scotland's Eilidh Child will be a favourite amongst the home fans in the 400m hurdles.
Athlete Eilidh Child
Getting into the boxing ring for Northern Ireland will be Paddy Barnes. He won gold in Delhi and won't want to settle for anything less in Glasgow.
Boxer Paddy Barnes
England's Laura Massaro is the current squash World Champion and has her eyes on the gold medal in Glasgow.
Squash player Laura Massaro
Welshman Aled Davies took gold in the Paralympic discus and is aiming for a repeat in Glasgow.
Paralympic athlete Aled Davies
Double Olympic gold medallist Laura Trott will be pedalling her way to possible Commonwealth glory.
Cyclist Laura Trott
Tom Daley will be defending his 10m platform diving title which he won in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India.
Diver Tom Daley
Canadian weightlifter Marie-Eve Beauchemin-Nadeau hopes to go one better than the silver medal that she won at the 2010 Games in Delhi
Weightlifter Marie-Eve Beauchemin-Nadeau
Michael Jamieson represents host country Scotland in the pool where he'll be determined to add to his Olympic silver medal from London 2012.
Swimmer Michael Jamieson
Mo Farah has become the latest big name athlete to pull out of the Games after failing to recover from a recent illness.
Athlete Mo Farah
Australian sprinter Sally Pearson was stripped of her title in the 2010 Commonwealth Games after a false start. She won't want a repeat of that as she goes for 100m gold in Glasgow.
Athlete Sally Pearson
Jamaican track superstar, Usain Bolt, has six Olympic gold medals and two world records. Everyone else had better watch out!
Athlete Usain Bolt poses