The (two) grand finish: Bolt's Glasgow 2014 relay baton sells for £2420

The baton with which Usain Bolt sprinted to victory during the Glasgow 2014 relay has sold for £2420.

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The baton is part of a cornucopia of Commonwealth Games collectables being auctioned off to help fund the cost of hosting the event.

Alongside Bolt's baton, a selection of flags, signed items, chairs used in the athletes ceremony and porridge oats bagpipes are also up for grabs.

Lifesized Clyde mascots are currently proving popular too - with one spiky haired statue signed by Sir Chris Hoy attracting 54 bids and currently costing £1755.

This weekend will see several prominent items finish, including the colourful tents used in the Closing Ceremony, discuses and bowling gloves.

Keep up to date or bid on the auction here

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