The evening of Saturday, August 2 is set to be the night the world's fastest man lights up Hampden Park.
A guide to the best athletes from the home nations competing in Glasgow this month.
A guide to the best athletes from across the Commonwealth heading for Glasgow this month.
After years of dedication, hard work and strict training regimes, 58 athletes will compete at Glasgow 2014 as part of the largest athletics squad to represent Scotland at a Commonwealth Games.
SHE is still only 19 and has the demeanour of one who is even younger in many ways but Amy Regan will be one of the senior figures in the Scottish gymnastics team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
AT his last Commonwealth Games outing in Melbourne, Gareth Montgomerie had to contend with errant kangaroos hopping across the mountain bike course.
Glasgow will host one of the biggest events in the sporting world this summer when the Commonwealth Games come to the city.
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IF someone had scripted the perfect year for Laura Muir, it perhaps wouldn't be too far off how 2013 has unfolded.
Runner Lynsey Sharp, the 2012 European gold medallist at 800m, described competing at the London 2012 Olympics as "unbelievable".
The Olympic champion and world record holder in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay is sure to get pulses racing at Glasgow 2014.
The Olympic 10m platform bronze medalist will be hoping to make a splash at Glasgow 2014.
The Olympic flyweight boxing champion will pack a punch at Glasgow 2014.
The Tour de France winner and Olympic men's time trial champion will be gearing up to take the Commonwealth title at Glasgow 2014.
The Olympic 5,000m and 10,000m champion is sure to draw in the crowds at Glasgow 2014.
The double Olympic 100m champion is sure to be a big draw at Glasgow 2014.
WITH a surname like Goldsworthy, a place among the upper echelons of sport should be a given.
THIS time a year ago Ross Murdoch watched in awe as fellow Scots Michael Jamieson and Craig Benson made the Olympics.
AMY Regan was seven when she watched Steve Frew make history as he became the first Scot to win Commonwealth Games gymnastics gold in Manchester in 2002.
IF life was a bike race then Charline Joiner's last few years would perhaps be most comparable to a gruelling stage through the French Alps.
JANE Barr was a late arrival to the world of cycling, making her competitive debut at the ripe old age of 27.
ON the eve of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Adam Cox's world came crashing down.
TWICE in recent years Caitlin McClatchey has considered walking away from her swimming career.