Double Glasgow Commonwealth Games gold medallist Neil Fachie is among eight athletes from the north of Scotland among the 92 athletes across 10 sports who to be selected for April’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
A former Spanish junior rowing champion has swapped sunny climes for Aberdeen’s River Dee to compete in one of Scotland’s most hotly contested rowing events.
Andrew Gallacher took his maiden rally victory on the opening round of the 2018 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship when he won the Arnold Clark Snowman Rally in Inverness on Saturday
Great Britain rower Alan Sinclair aims to put his disrupted preparation behind him as the GB Trials get underway today.
Conon Bridge driver Ross MacDonald has every reason to believe luck can be on his side when he takes part in Saturday’s Snowman Rally in the Highlands in the same Mitsubishi Evo 9 that won the event two years ago.
Team GB’s “big family” gives Huntly cross-country skier Andrew Young the perfect platform to succeed.
Gary Cornish admitted his return to the ring was bittersweet after a quick-fire stoppage of Sheffield giant David Howe at Glasgow's Crowne Plaza.
Gary Cornish stopped David Howe inside 90 seconds in a comfortable return to the ring at Glasgow's Crowne Plaza.
Inverness heavyweight Gary Cornish is hopeful a more settled training camp can help him return to winning ways against Englishman David Howe in Glasgow tonight.
Gary Cornish needs to deliver an explosive performance against David Howe to make himself relevant in the title picture again.
In a major boost for Kingussie, midfielder Fraser Munro is to make a comeback, having not played since May, 2016.
Gary Cornish’s coach Liam Foy feels the Highlander still has big-fight potential left in him.
Great Britain junior international Anna Macfadyen showed she is heading back towards full fitness by finishing third in the senior women’s race at the final East of Scotland Cross-Country League match of the season at Broxburn.
Double European indoor champion Laura Muir anchored Great Britain to victory in the mixed team relay event in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country.
Hammer thrower Chris Bennett claims lessons learned at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has led to a more level-headed approach to Gold Coast 2018.
The contrast could hardly have been more marked for Deeside’s international distance runner Robbie Simpson over the past couple of days.
Scottish boxer Sean Lazzerini will be aiming high when he flies to Australia for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Eilidh Doyle still retains the enthusiasm of a rookie as she looks forward to her third and "probably last" Commonwealth Games.
Eilidh Doyle will compete for a third successive Commonwealth medal after being named among 25 track and field athletes selected for the Gold Coast 2018 Games.
Katie Archibald won her second gold medal of the Track World Cup in Canada as she teamed up with Eleanor Dickinson to win the women's omnium.
Aberdeen gymnast Orianne Slater has retained her Scottish title and been crowned 2017 Scottish Disability junior champion.
Great Britain runner Callum Hawkins has warned Sir Mo Farah to be ready for the brutal marathon.
Olympian Laura Muir will defend her 4km women's title in the Lindsays Scottish short course cross country championships at Kirkcaldy tomorrow.
Great Britain junior international Anna Macfadyen, from Kinloss, is among the leading contenders for the under-20 women's 4km title in tomorrow's Scottish cross country short course championships at Kirkcaldy.
Inverness athlete Mhairi Maclennan is to run in this weekend's British cross challenge race at Teardrop Lakes,Milton Keynes as part of her preparations for the European cross country team trials at Liverpool later in the month.
Zoey Clark's momentous achievements on the track during the summer earned the Aberdeen AAC sprinter the Dallas Trophy at the FPSG scottishathletics awards ceremony in Glasgow.
A mere two seconds prevented Michael Ferguson from becoming only the sixth Aberdeen runner since World War II to win the Scottish universities and colleges cross country men's title.
Aberdeen University geography graduate Halina Rees (Fife AC) made her mark when taking first position overall on her debut in the Inverness parkrun 5km.
Scotland under-20 hill running international Anisha Badial (Aberdeen AAC) is one of the top pre-entries for this winter's Running Shop cross country race series which gets under way at Knockburn Loch near Banchory on Sunday.
Michael Ferguson hopes to join a small but elite group of Aberdeen students to have won the Scottish universities and colleges cross country title when he makes his final appearance in the annual championship race at Garscube estate, Glasgow tomorrow.
Inverness athlete Mhairi Maclennan will be out to prove a point to Scotland's selectors when she competes in the Leeds Abbey Dash 10km on Sunday.
In the absence of two-time previous winner Kenny Wilson (Moray Road Runners), who is making his Scotland debut in Leeds, Donnie MacDonald (Inverness Harriers) looks to be among the favourites to win the Brodie Castle 10km on Sunday.