Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister has lodged a bid for a disused north-east school as part of his grand plans to build a £10 million health and sports complex.
An Aberdeen dad has signed up for a transatlantic trip in aid of the city’s sick kids.
Olympic medallist Dan Purvis made a surprise visit to see youngsters from across Scotland taking part in a two-day disability gymnastics training camp in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister felt he proved the doubters wrong by defeating Danny Williams at a packed Beach Ballroom on Saturday.
Some sports are struggling to retain their popularity and participation numbers as youngsters focus on their iPads and Xboxes.
She is the Scottish youngster who took the windsurfing world by storm this month.
Inverness rower Alan Sinclair out to give Scottish crowd something to cheer about at European Championships
Alan Sinclair wants to give his home crowd something to celebrate when the European Championships come to Glasgow on August 2.
Commonwealth Games bronze-medallist John Docherty could not turn down first professional boxing deal
John Docherty felt he could not turn down the opportunity to turn professional as it may not have come around again.
They often perform off the grid, but the iron men in the Aberdeen Roughnecks have grand dreams in American Football.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister brushes off Danny Williams’ claims of disrespect as he plots downfall of ring legend
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister has brushed off Danny Williams’ claims he has disrespected him by insisting he wants to show people they can achieve their dreams.
Aberdeenshire athlete who feared she may never walk again will compete in world triathlon championship
An Aberdeenshire woman who three years ago thought she may never walk again is to represent Great Britain in a world triathlon championship.
Snowsports enthusiasts have snapped up early-bird passes for the 2018/19 season at the CairnGorm Mountain in record time.
Lerwick Harbour bosses are geared up to welcome this year’s crop of keen yacht racers to the Shetland Islands and have introduce a new event.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister says next month’s heavyweight showdown with Danny Williams will be the biggest challenge of his career.
A Special Olympics gold medallist has been rewarded for her contribution to sport with a British Empire Medal (BEM).
Alan Sinclair feels there is more to come from Great Britain’s eights boat after a second-place finish at the World Cup in Belgrade.
Commonwealth Games medallist Neah Evans hopes bumpy ride is over after winning Women’s Road Series event
Neah Evans has taken her fair share of bumps and bruises lately but still managed to emerge victorious at the CiCLE Classic in Melton Mowbray.
Neah Evans enjoyed her homecoming as her Storey Racing team took the round victory at the Tour Series event in Aberdeen yesterday.
James Dabill holds two-mark lead over reigning champion Dougie Lampkin ahead of penultimate day of Scottish Six Days Trial
James Dabill holds a two-point lead going into the penultimate day of the Scottish Six Days Trial in Fort William.
James Dabill remains in control of the Scottish Six Days Trial lead as the competition reached the half-way stage.
Debuting boxer Dean Sutherland wants to emulate his success as a kickboxer and challenge for world titles in his new sport.
A six-way tie for the lead was the highlight of the opening day of the Scottish Six Days Trial in Fort William.
Inverness’ Donnie MacDonald believes achieving success at the Speyside Stages will be tougher than ever given the increased competition at this year’s event.
Olympic rower Alan Sinclair is targeting a full season of competition after an injury-hit 2017.
Inverness athlete Daniel McFarlane was one of the top performers in the Scottish universities and colleges track and field championships at Grangemouth.
He was one of the greatest sporting Scots who ever gained world recognition.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games are now well underway and the medals have begun piling up. We’ve compiled a table of the top ten medal winners so far and created a gallery of our Scottish athletes in action. Commonwealth Games 2018: Top Ten Medal Tally
Neil Fachie, from Aberdeen, has won Scotland's first gold medal of the Commonwealth Games.
City of Aberdeen Gymnastics club member Orianne Slater has shaken off an injury-disrupted season to win her third British uneven bar champion title in a row at the 2018 British championships.
Robert Gordon University has reclaimed the Aberdeen Boat Race title today at the 23rd annual running of the event.
The prestigious Cawdor Cup at this year’s National Stallion Show was awarded to Charlotte Young’s Doura Magic Touch, from Hall Farm, Ayr.
Scotland international Jenny Bannerman will set off for a sunshine break in Tenerife later this week after producing an excellent performance in yesterday’s Nairn 10km.