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Even before stepping on the track, Usain Bolt is causing a stir at the Commonwealth Games. A day after mingling with British royalty at the Glasgow athletes' village, Bolt scrambled Wednesday to deny that he made derogatory comments about the so-called "Friendly Games". The Jamaican sprint star, who is only competing in the 4x100 relay here, was quoted as telling the Times of London Tuesday that he was "not really" having fun in Glasgow and the games were "a bit s---". Games organizers were quick to defend Bolt, who is due to make his first track appearance all year in Glasgow following a left foot injury.
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