To mark 100 Days to Go to the Opening Ceremony, the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Medals were revealed to the public for the first time.
It is now 100 days to go until the beginning of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The Queen's baton relay will visit 400 communities and pass landmarks such as Loch Ness and the Glenfinnan Viaduct as it tours Scotland.
Plans to demolish city tower blocks as part of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony have been scrapped.
David Grevemberg, Chief Executive of Glasgow 2014 said opinions over the past few days had changed 'the safety and security content' of the proposal.
– David Grevemberg, Chief Executive of Glasgow 2014
Glasgow 2014, Games Partners and key stakeholders, including Police Scotland and Glasgow Housing Association, are not prepared to allow what was proposed to be a positive act of commemoration to create risk for all concerned, including the communities of north east Glasgow.
The demolition of Red Road will now not feature as part of the Opening Ceremony.
Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill said she will settle for watching the Commonwealth Games on television as she prepares for motherhood.
The 28-year-old heptathlete will support Team GB from the sofa come July, but admits that she will be rather preoccupied with the arrival of her first child with husband Andy, due the same month.
Ennis-Hill said: "I will be supporting but I will be at home, probably very tired and not knowing what's going on in the world, to be honest.
"I'm sad to be missing it this year but very much looking forward to supporting the team."
Athlete Liz McColgan won a gold medal in the 10,000 metres in the 1991 World Championships, and competed in the New York marathon just a year after giving birth to her first child.
McColgan told ITV News that it could take Jessica Ennis-Hill some time to heal as an endurance athlete, after the Olympian revealed she was pregnant.
Jessica Ennis-Hill tweeted:
We're overwhelmed with all the lovely messages! So thank you all so much! We couldn't be happier. It's a very exciting time.
– Mick Hill, Jennica Ennis-Hill's javelin coach.
The news of her pregnancy has come as a big shock but I am absolutely delighted for Jess and Andy. Who knows we may have another Olympic champion! It will be a massive change for her but she has told me she is desperate to defend her Olympic title at Rio, so hopefully that will be the case.
Jessica Ennis-Hill announced that she is pregnant and will miss the Glasgow games.
Double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah said he might skip the Commonwealth Games to recover from his first London Marathon in April.
World-record-breaking Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt says he will probably only run in the 200m if he competes at all in Glasgow.