Alisha Rees will be out to prove a point to the national team selectors when she competes in the Lee Valley sprints meeting in London tomorrow.
Oban Camanachd skipper Daniel Cameron collected the Scottish Sea Farms Celtic Society Cup – the first time in 22 years the club has successfully defended it – then rushed to Glasgow to walk 15 miles of the West Highland Way yesterday.
Ullapool long jumper Stephen Mackenzie will represent Great Britain in next month’s European under-20 championships in Sweden.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson was disappointed after failing to defend his title in the Neirivue le Moleson mountain race in Switzerland.
Sean Chalmers of Inverness Harriers swept to an emphatic victory over a field of 335 runners in the Metro Aberdeen Beach 10km and led his clubmates to a clean sweep of the top four positions.
Greg Williamson will arrive at this weekend’s mountain bike World Cup at Fort William with redemption on his mind.
A broken leg could not derail Abigael McBeath’s judo ambitions.
Neah Evans was left to a lament a mechanical failure as she played catch-up on her home Tour Series course.
Alex Paton hailed an all-round team performance as he led Canyon dhb home to a men’s team and individual Tour Series win.
History was made in the elite women’s race of the Tour Series in Aberdeen last night as Jess Roberts became the first woman to win three consecutive Tour Series events.
Cycling clubs from across Aberdeen and the Shire turned out to use the Tour Series as a showcase for their own talented riders.
Here is a round-up of all the results from the 2019 Tour Series.
Racing in the Scotland skin again was just too good an opportunity to turn down.
John Archibald is keen to make the most of his time on home soil when he completes his Tour Series double-header in Aberdeen tomorrow.
Jamie Gillan has his sights on earning a roster spot with the Cleveland Browns after signing with the NFL franchise.
James Dabill retained a three mark lead after he and closest challenger Dougie Lampkin completed day four of the Scottish Six Days Trial unscathed.
James Dabill continues to lead the Scottish Six Days Trial at the halfway stage despite dropping his first two marks of the event on Wednesday.
James Dabill took control of the Scottish Six Days Trial on day two as he charged into sole possession of the lead.
Iwan Roberts and James Dabill led the way with unblemished records after day one of the Scottish Six Days Trial in Fort William.
It was a night to remember for the Stuart family as brothers Billy and Callum showed why they have the potential to put Macduff on the boxing map.
Aberdeen boxer “Deadly” Dean Sutherland has set his sights on a Scottish title after winning his toughest fight to date.
Macduff’s Billy Stuart looks to make history as he and Aberdeen boxer Dean Sutherland fight for Celtic titles
Billy Stuart intends on making it a night to remember as he boxes for his first professional title in Aberdeen tonight.
Scottish Commonwealth Games medallists Neah Evans and Katie Archibald will team up for the OVO Energy Tour Series in Aberdeen this month.
Aberdeenshire’s hopes of having Scotland international Matthew Cross keep wicket this weekend have been dashed by the national team.
One of the oldest competitors at this weekend’s Aberdeen Open has credited kickboxing with turning his life around.
Aberdeen boxer Dean Sutherland warns opponent Keane McMahon he will “dismantle” him in Saturday title fight
Dean Sutherland has warned Keane McMahon he will “dismantle” him and take home the Celtic welterweight title on Saturday night.
Aberdeen’s Lewis McCue has won the Scottish Rowing Coach of the Year award.
Cuminestown rider Neah Evans’ golden pairing with fellow Scot Katie Archibald has been worth the wait for British Cycling
Neah Evans and Katie Archibald joked they might never get to race together.
An oil and gas training instructor is preparing for his first title shot as a professional boxer.
Aberdeen Lynx will not compete in Scottish Ice Hockey competitions next season unless a new administration is in place.
Orianne Slater from Garioch Gymnastics Club has been crowned double British champion at the Artistic British Championships in Liverpool.
Banchory’s Stuart Ross scored a win over 100 miles in the Deeside Way, overtaking long-time leader William Stuart close to Drumoak on the return journey from Ballater.