The ones to watch at the Commonwealth Games

Sean Fletcher brings us all the latest from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in anticipation of the 100 metres and Women's Boxing events.

But who are the ones to watch today? Watch our video to find out!

Tom Daley says 'I'm not retiring'

Anyone that tells you that they go up on to a 10m and they're not scared, they're either stupid or lying.

– Tom Daley

Tom Daley has told Good Morning Britain that he's in the form of his life as he looks to defend his commonwealth diving title.

British diving's poster boy quashed the rumours that he was set to retire, and said that Rio 2016 was his main goal. He also spoke about his move to London and missing his family in his home town.

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The Queen photobombs a Commonwealth selfie!

It's not every day you get to have your picture taken with a Royal and it's even less common to get photobombed by one - least of all her Majesty the Queen!

That's what happened to Jayde Taylor, a member of the Australia Commonwealth Games hockey team, who posed with one of her team-mates and was then subject to the ultimate photobomb!

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Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow

The Commonwealth Games have kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony at Glasgow's Celtic Park.

Scottie dogs, kilts and native Glaswegian John Barrowman all took centre stage for the show which officially kicks off the 20th Commonwealth Games.

A gay kiss between openly gay entertainer John Barrowman and a kilted "bride" at a fake Gretna Green was praised extensively on twitter .

Fireworks light the sky around Glasgow to mark the 2014 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

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Glasgow Commonwealth Games will be best ever!

Personally I think Manchester was a great games. I think Glasgow will be the best that has ever been...

– Dame Kelly Holmes

The Commonwealth Games kick off today with an opening ceremony featuring Rod Stewart, Susan Boyle and Amy MacDonald.

Prince Charles and Camilla will meet Commonwealth Games athletes ahead of the opening ceremony, around 4,500 athletes from 71 Nations will be taking part, the competition begins on Thursday.

Dame Kelly Holmes, former Commonwealth Games champion and President of Commonwealth Games England tells us what they games mean to her, and her fellow athletes.

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