It’s a very long way from Argentina to Aberdeenshire.
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson admits that California’s North Face 50-mile Challenge is the toughest race he has tackled in his career so far.
Highland athlete Andy Douglas feels he was cheated out of a possible medal when competing in the world mountain running championships in Argentina.
Aberdeen para-swimmer Toni Shaw has been nominated for BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year.
Dean Sutherland has earmarked May next year as a potential title homecoming in Aberdeen.
Highland athlete Andy Douglas and his Thurso-based coach Sophie Dunnett have been nominated for national awards.
Scotland’s Fred Wyness hopes a strong north-east contingent can help the national team to success in the British Isles Short Mat Championships in Aberdeen this weekend.
One of France’s most beloved sporting personalities, known for his enduring spirit and bravery as he narrowly failed to win the country’s national cycling race time and again, has died aged 83.
Sport has transformed Inverness para-athlete Karen Darke’s life and she wants to encourage others to share in her love of getting active.
Scotland’s most successful female swimmer Hannah Miley knows what it takes to win medals in Glasgow, and she is backing the Scots to lead the charge at next month’s LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships.
Cuminestown’s Neah Evans says it would be incredible if she makes it to next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.
James Hoad ripped apart the course record when winning yesterday’s Peterhead 10km race by clocking a time of 30min 43sec to finish well ahead of his nearest challengers in a field of 238 finishers.
Neah Evans targets home success at Glasgow World Cup as burgeoning partnership with Scotland colleague Katie Archibald reaps rewards
Next week's Track Cycling World Cup gives Neah Evans and Katie Archibald the opportunity to chase home success.
In her day job, she is a popular housekeper at Elsick House, near Portlethen, where she works for the Duke and Duchess of Fife.
A Scottish fight fan has admitted you could have knocked him out with a feather after learning of his nomination to a global boxing Hall of Fame, alongside the greats of the sport.
Olympic gold medal winner Sir Chris Hoy has helped launch a new partnership between the Scottish Association for Mental Health and Sportscotland to offer training to 400 active school coordinators.
Aberdeen gymnast Orianne Slater successfully defended her title at the Disability Artistic British Championships on Sunday.
Burghead hammer thrower Mark Dry has been cleared of an anti-doping rule violation which could have resulted in a four-year ban.
The hits have not come too often in Dean Sutherland’s young boxing career.
Olympic silver-medallist Luke Patience will return for a third crack at the Games after being selected for Tokyo 2020.
Ben Bartlett’s debut victory as a professional boxer has made him all the more hungry for more success.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister aims to deliver a perfect birthday present with a double title triumph on home soil.
Alan Sinclair hopes his Great Britain team-mates can hit a monster target as they chase a record time on Loch Ness tomorrow.
Elgin lightweight Andrew Smart believes he has momentum on his side after winning his first professional six-round bout against Englishman Dean Jones on Friday.
Glen Mackintosh, who scored two goals after being out injured for nine weeks to help Newtonmore win the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup, is determined to try to make next year’s final – at the age of 41.
Elgin super-lightweight Andrew Smart defeated Englishman Dean Jones in his hometown on a successful night for Northern Sporting Club at Elgin town hall.
Scottish cyclist Neah Evans trying to master education and Olympic ambitions as pivotal 2020 comes into view
Neah Evans likes a challenge.
We are now less than three weeks away from the start of the 2019 Loch Ness Marathon and thousands of runners have been working themselves into the ground all summer to get ready.
Outstanding Crathes Castle half-marathon performance sees runner cross line with 73 seconds to spare
Jason Kelly was crowned King of Crathes Castle after an emphatic victory in the half marathon that headlined Saturday’s festival of running at the venue.
Camanachd Association directors and officials will meet in the next couple of days to draw up a Plan B in the wake of the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup final washout.
Aberdeen boxer Dean Sutherland has stoked up his rivalry with Scottish champion Stuart Burt by insisting he is "scared" of a title showdown.
Colin Gillan does not usually get nervous. But last week he made an exception.