Great Britain runner Callum Hawkins has warned Sir Mo Farah to be ready for the brutal marathon.
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Sir Chris Hoy will have no problem if Jason Kenny pulls away from him as Britain's most successful Olympian of all time in Tokyo as he turns his attention to new challenges.
Katie Archibald will be back in action at the next round of the Track World Cup in Canada in December after winning two gold medals and a silver in Manchester at the weekend.
Josh Taylor's "spectacular" stoppage win over Miguel Vazquez on Saturday night will make the boxing world take notice, according to promoter Barry McGuigan.
Josh Taylor took a huge step closer to a world title shot with a ninth-round stoppage of Miguel Vazquez at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston.
Ed Clancy's long-awaited return to track racing brought a familiar golden feeling in the men's team pursuit at the Track World Cup in Manchester, but the three-time Olympic champion is already planning ways to get better.
Sir Chris Hoy insists the door remains open for Jess Varnish to return to elite competition with British Cycling despite news the former Olympic sprinter is suing the national governing body and UK Sport for sex discrimination.
Barry McGuigan admits pitting Josh Taylor against Mexican boxer Miguel Vazquez is "a very risky fight" for the Scot.
Team KGF's rags-to-riches story continued at the Track World Cup on Friday night as the amateur squad qualified for the bronze-medal race in the men's team pursuit.
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.
A home Track World Cup offers no comfort zone for Katie Archibald, who admitted she is a bag of nerves ahead of this weekend's round in Manchester.
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.
Daniel MacCuish will drop out of Oban Camanachd's final Premiership game of the season, at Kilmallie tomorrow, so that he can play against Kingussie in the under-17 London Shield final, the last trophy of the season.
Great Britain's Elinor Barker and Ellie Dickinson clinched gold in the Madison at the European Track Championships in Berlin.
Great Britain's Katie Archibald claimed her second gold medal at the European Track Championships in Berlin with victory in the women's omnium.
Newtonmore veterans Glen Mackintosh and Norman Campbell, with a combined age of 76, are willing to carry on playing next season.
World omnium champion Katie Archibald hopes to transfer her track pedigree on to the road after signing for Wiggle-High5 for 2018.
Ricky Burns admits he did not do enough for victory against Anthony Crolla but wants a second chance at beating the Englishman.
Inverness boxer Gary Cornish feels he has plenty still to offer after his British heavyweight title defeat by Englishman Sam Sexton on Friday.
Goalkeeper Scott Kennedy is considering his future after skippering Kinlochshiel to the title and stepping up to collect the championship trophy.
Anthony Crolla came away victorious as he edged out domestic rival Ricky Burns by unanimous decision in their lightweight bout.
Anthony Crolla has dismissed suggestions he and Ricky Burns are risking their legacies when they fight at the Manchester Arena on Saturday night.
Inverness boxer Gary Cornish is determined to fulfil a career-long ambition by winning the British heavyweight title with a victory against Englishman Sam Sexton in Edinburgh tonight.
Kinlochshiel attacker Paul Macrae aims to celebrate his 20th year in the first team by helping the club win a first Marine Harvest Premiership title at Oban tomorrow.