Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees produced a performance oozing with class and confidence when winning the women’s 60metres title at the 4J Studios Scottish indoor track and field championships yesterday.
Tokyo Olympics 400m hopeful Zoey Clark has shelved plans to compete in this weekend’s 4J Studios Scottish Indoor Championships at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena.
Aberdeen’s Kirsty Muir has taken a silver medal at the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland. Freestyle skiier Muir, 15, was second in the Big Air event, following up a fourth-placed finish in the slopestyle at the weekend. More to follow.
Tom Stoltman made history at Britain's Strongest Man 2020, with the Invergordon athlete setting a new world record in the Castle stones.
Inverness athlete Megan Keith glided over the strength-sapping mud at Stirling’s King’s Park to lead Scotland to a historic first under-20 age group team victory in the home countries cross country international meeting.
A fledgling Aberdeen curling team aims to compete for Scottish glory next month after challenging Eve Muirhead and her team at the Perth Masters.
When Olympic years come around, the cut-throat nature of elite-level sport comes to the fore.
Meryl Cooper is determined to establish herself as one of Great Britain’s best ultra distance trail runners in 2020.
English athlete James McMurray (St Albans) stormed to a clear-cut victory in the Scottish men’s 3,000m indoor championships at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena, while Stephen Mackay of Inverness Harriers took silver after a thrilling battle in which little more than two seconds separated the next four finishers.
Ginie Barrand showed outstanding form when winning the top women’s prize for the second year in a row at the Lumphanan Detox 10km.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson tuned up for his victory in yesterday’s Lumphanan Detox 10km by going for a two-hour run in the hills around Balmoral and Loch Muick on New Year’s Day.
As an 11-year-old, Stuart McWatt got up in the small hours of the morning to watch Olympic judo.
The year 2019 will live long in the memory of Dean Sutherland as the one in which he captured his first title.
Huntly’s John Henderson uses Fallon Sherrock’s PDC World Championship progress as inspiration ahead of Gerwyn Price meeting
John Henderson says the underdog successes of Fallon Sherrock have given him the belief he can win the PDC World Championship.
Scottish NFL punter Jamie Gillan has backed the idea of an American Football franchise in the United Kingdom.
Sprinter Zoey Clark heads off to the South African university town of Stellenbosch early in the new year to begin her countdown towards the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Huntly darts favourite John Henderson talks up World Championship opponent Gerwyn Price ahead of third-round tie
John Henderson believes his World Championship opponent Gerwyn Price is winning new fans having been the PDC’s pantomime villian.
Aberdeenshire athlete Alisha Rees has set her sights on more top-level international success in 2020.
John Henderson was thrilled to reach the third round of the PDC World Championships – but believes he can still play better.
Huntly’s Henderson says he’ll miss retiring Van Barneveld as Highlander gears up for PDC World Championship opener
Huntly’s John Henderson says he would like to see Raymond van Barneveld reconsider retiring ahead of starting his PDC World Championship campaign.
Stonehaven’s Scotland international 400m runner Kelsey Stewart has rediscovered her love for athletics since moving to Wales a few months ago.
There are plenty of things to feel cynical about in sport.
Paralympic great Tanni Grey-Thompson hopes sport’s ability to bring people together helps heal divided country
Tanni Grey-Thompson scaled the peaks of her sport, becoming one of the most decorated Paralympians of all time.
Hannah Miley will attempt to use this weekend’s Scottish short-course championships as a springboard towards making it to a fourth and final Olympics next summer.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson will find out how well he has recovered from his recent ultra-distance running debut when he puts himself to the test in Sunday’s Lossiemouth Turkey Trot 10-mile road race.
Neil Drysdale: “Women used to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year regularly. Not recently, though!’
There is a lot of talk at the moment about women shattering the glass ceiling in the boardroom and on the political front benches.
Hamish Hickey of Strathpeffer was a clear winner of the under-20 men’s title in the Scottish East District cross-country championships at Piperdam, Dundee.
It is a measure of the esteem in which an awards show is held that any championship-winning performance in this country is quickly followed by the phrase "they must be a contender for the Sports Personality of the Year after this."
Aberdeen’s GB ultra trail running international Rob Sinclair tends to shy away from publicity despite having enjoyed a fair degree of success at home and abroad over the past year.
Oldmeldrum athlete Meryl Cooper once again exceeded expectations by securing a sixth place finish in the women’s division of the Ultra Trail Cape Town 100km on Saturday.
Oldmeldrum’s Meryl Cooper bids for more international success when she competes in this weekend’s Cape Town ultra trail running festival, which features 21km, 35km, 65km and 100km races.
An Aberdeen coach, who works tirelessly to help young people thrive in basketball, has had her dedication recognised after being named Sportscotland's Young Persons’ Coach of the Year.