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Summary

  1. Usain Bolt says Games slur claims are 'nonsense'
  2. Man detained at athletes' village
  3. Scotland slip to fourth in medal table
  4. Athletes, spectators and Glasgow itself break records as the Games reach the half way point
  5. In other news - superintendent suspended at baby ashes crematorium

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Goodnight

Day seven of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has not been Scotland's most successful and the weather has turned a bit nasty too.

Still we have a silver (Daniel Keatings) and a bronze (Viorel Etko) and some fine performances to remember.

The games continue tomorrow and so does the live coverage on BBC Scotland. Join us at 07:00

Goodnight

Proud Scot

Adopted Scot Viorel Etko says he is the proudest man in Glasgow after delivering the host nation's first wrestling Commonwealth Games medal in 20 years with bronze in the 61kgs.

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The 36-year-old was born in Moldova before leaving to pursue his athletic career first in Romania, then London in 1998, where he waited on tables and laboured on building sites before heading north of the border, eventually settling down to marry gymnast Laura Davies.

He said: "I am probably the proudest parent here, because I have my nine-year-old son Leon watching. I wanted to give him and all the other little kids a gift, all who are future Scottish athletes.

"I am fortunate to be the person who has done this. I thought I could make some history in Scottish wrestling."

On the medal trail

Scotland finish Day Seven of the Commonwealth Games in fourth place on the medal table after winning a silver and bronze medal to take their medal total up to 39.

Australia have the most medals in total, with 106, but sit below England in second place on the table due to England having won three more gold medals (38).

Medal table 30 July
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The glamour of TV

Lisa Summers

Commonwealth Games reporter, BBC Scotland

Live from a car park #Glasgow2014 #bbcglasgow2014 @BBCjsutherland on after me.

Jonathan Sutherland live from a car park
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Celtic boss raging at loss

Alasdair Lamont

Senior football reporter, BBC Scotland

Following Celtic's 4-1 humbling by Legia Warsaw tonight in Poland, Ronny Deila is rightly raging with the result and performance but says they can win 3-0 at home (at Murrayfield).

Deila questioned the commitment of the team.

He said: "I feel let down by everybody but this is my responsibility."

Squash

In the squash, Women's Doubles Pool C: New Zealand (J King & A Landers-Murphy) beat Scotland (A Clark & F Gillen-Buchert) 11-6 11-2.

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All roads from Hampden will be very busy following the Commonwealth Games athletics session. Shuttle buses are leaving from Dixon Avenue, at Aikenhead Road.

In Edinburgh there are no traffic problems being flagged up as people leave the city following tonight's diving at the Royal Commonwealth Pool.

Events are currently winding up at the SECC precinct so trains at the SECC will be extra busy, maybe try Anderston instead.

For people heading back to Edinburgh extra trains are running until 00:30 from Central Station and 01:00 from Queen Street.

The A7 South of Hawick is now opened at Langholm following an operation to recover an overturned HGV.

Short films

As part of the BBC's Commonwealth Games coverage, a series of short films have been produced to highlight some of the best stories from around the Games.

Take five minutes and enjoy:

Magic moments

Over the past seven days Glasgow 2014 has offered many memorable images and experiences for athletes, reporters and the public alike.

Were you enthralled by Scotland's medal wins at the swimming or did you cheer Neil Fachie as he celebrated two para-cycling golds in front of a pulsating Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

Wallace kilt at Tollcross
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We want to know what have have been your own Commonwealth Games highlights so far. You can get in touch with us

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Jim Spence

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My arm's hanging off carrying heavy radio kit but it's not as heavy as the flak Celtic will take tonight from fans over lack of investment in their first-team.

Throwing short

It's been a disappointing finish for Scotland's two athletes in the shot put final. Kirsty Yates finishes in eighth while Alison Rodgers finishes in 10th.

New Zealand's Valerie Adams takes gold with Cleo Borel from Trinidad and Tobago winning the silver. Canada's Julie Labonte takes bronze.

Celtic defeat

Full-time for Celtic and Legia Warsaw in Poland. It finishes 4-1 to the Polish side.

Celtic woe

It's 4-1 for Legia Warsaw against Celtic. Jakub Kosecki fires a left-footed shot from the centre of the box into the bottom right corner.

Penalty miss!

Legia Warsaw miss another penalty against Celtic with Ivica Vrdoljak's shot being saved by Fraser Forster. The miss is Vrdoljak's second missed penalty tonight.

Goal for Legia Warsaw

It's 3-1 to Legia Warsaw with Miroslav Radovic at the involved again. The attacker floats a cross into the box and Zyro knocks in a weak header.

Hampden roar

Scotland's Guy Learmonth finishes third in the 800m after a brave performance to book his place in the final.

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"My whole aim was to get to the final," he tells BBC Sport.

"My legs were dying but I'm in the Commonwealth final and that's what matters. The Hampden roar pulled me over the line - I can't explain the energy and the buzz it gives you."

It's not always the winning that counts

British crowds have always got behind the underdog and Glasgow 2014 has been no different.

Ugandan rugby sevens team
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Discover five athletes or teams we have got behind at the Commonwealth Games, from the marathon runner who finished almost an hour after the winner to the Ugandan rugby sevens team.

Rain, rain go away

The familiar dreich Scottish weather has returned to Glasgow during the past few days of the Commonwealth Games.

Watch as Australian bowls player Kelvin Kerkow uses a box to shelter from the rain during a match between Scotland and England.

Australian bowls player Kelvin Kerkow uses a box to shelter from the rain during a match between Scotland and England.
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Next time, bring an umbrella.

Lucky pants?

Gavin Rumgay entertains the crowds by performing his usual victory celebration after Scotland beat Sri Lanka 3-2 in the 2nd round of the men's table tennis doubles. We wonder what to expect if he makes the final??

Table tennis celebration
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Penalty miss

Legia Warsaw miss a penalty against Celtic. Duda puts it wide of the post after being fouled by Charlie Mulgrew.

Table tennis win

There is a victory for Scotland in the mixed men's doubles as Gavin Rumgay and Craig Howieson beat Sri Lanka's Dinesh Deshappriya and Rohan Sirisena 3-2 in the 2nd round.

Kheredine Idessane

BBC Scotland

Kirsty Yates' medal hopes in the women's shot put take a giant leap forward as she throws a lifetime best of 16m 42cm with her first throw!

Hockey salute

Becky Ward

tweets: People of Scotland you've been amazing! The support today was more than we could've asked for! Now time to finish on a high against India!

Celtic red card

Celtic have been reduced to ten men in their Champions League qualifier against Legia Warsaw. Efe Ambrose is sent off for hauling down Kucharczyk.

Keir Murray

BBC Sport Scotland

tweets: Netball a non-contact sport? Fewer off-the-ball incidents in an Ayrshire juniors football match. At England v Barbados

Glasgow 2014 netball
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Celtic 2-1 down

Legia Warsaw score against Celtic to make it 2-1. Radovic takes advantage of some slack defending to tap home from inside the six yard box.

Jim Spence

BBC Sport

There is a Scottish interest at the table tennis at Scotstoun Sports Campus. Gavin Rumgay and Craig Howieson are teaming up to take on Sri Lanka's Dinesh Deshappriya and Rohan Sirisena in the 2nd round of the men's table tennis doubles.

BBC table tennis
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Scotland's Eilish McColgan says she was simply glad to be competing at Hampden after suffering from a debilitating virus, food poisoning and then heart palpitations earlier this year.

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"I didn't think I'd even be here at the start of the Games with the illness problems I've had so just to be racing, I couldn't be any happier," she tells BBC Sport after finishing sixth in the 3,000m steeplechase.

"I think my mum and dad will be proud of me. It's not the quickest I've ever run but it gives me a platform to build on."

Gymnastics

The women's individual all-around final is well under way and it is a great start for Scotland's Emma White as she produces a superb beam routine for a 12.900.

She leads the way after three of four rotations and laps up the applause from the crowd with a smile and a wave.

But the leaderboard will all change when the second group takes to the floor at around 20:17 BST.

Watch it live now

Hammer time

Scotland's Mark Dry has been presented with his hammer throw bronze to a rapturous Hampden reception.

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Scottish hopes

It's been a quiet day so far for Scottish medallists but there could still be some late glory at Hampden.

Alison Roger and Kirsty Yates are through to the shot put final which starts at 20:40 while Guy Learmonth is through to the 800m semi-finals.

Legia Warsaw equalise

Legia Warsaw have equalised against Celtic in their Champions League qualifier, with Miroslav Radovic grabbing the goal.

Just moments earlier Callum McGregor had opened the scoring with a curling shot after seven minutes.

Goal

Legia Warsaw 0 Celtic 1 (McGregor)

Cone-tastic

The famous Duke has got some new headgear to celebrate the Scottish gold medal successes at the Commonwealth Games

duke of wellington
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Hard luck Eilish

Eilish McColgan could not keep the pace with the three Kenyans who ran away with the 3,000m steeplechase. She came home in sixth place.

Polish trouble

Celtic fans have allegedly been attacked in Warsaw before tonight's Champions League qualifier against Legia Warsaw.

The incident is understood to have taken place at a bar in the city with at least one Hoops fan injured.

A spokesman for the Parkhead club said: "We are aware of an attack on Celtic supporters and are currently investigating."

For the high jump

Scotland's Ray Bobrownicki has been eliminated from the high jump final at Hampden

Celtic match

"It's a nice stadium. It's noisy but the Celtic fans are here also so that's good," says Celtic manager Ronny Deila.

BBCSportsound provides live text coverage of

Legia Warsaw v Celtic

Ten minutes until Eilish McColgan and Lennie Waite race in the 3,000m steeplechase final.

Watch it here

Late medal

Mark Dry won his bronze medal in the men's hammer too late last night to have a medal ceremony. He'll get his hands on his medal in about half and hour