Aberdeen's Jack Ness made the most of his opportunity to gain a qualification time for Scotland's Commonwealth Games team after securing his place in the squad in impressive fashion at the North District Grand Prix in Aberdeen at the weekend.
A driver had a mircale escape after flipping his car and ending up in a ditch whilst travelling at 120mph.
Pupils from five city schools gathered to watch the biker crew “The Riderz” perform an array of death-defying stunts at Fernielea Primary School school today. Among the riders was UK’s number one female BMX rider Kayley Ashworth, 24, mountain biker Danny, and trials bikers Ali and Luke.
Aberdeenshire captain Tyler Buchan will look to inspirational opening batsman Chris Venske to continue his superb form when they travel to Arbroath United tomorrow.
Crimond Airfield race track near Peterhead will host the British Stock Car Formula 2 Scottish championships for the first time on Sunday.
Peter Wright marked his World Series of Darts debut with a stunning 10-5 win against Phil Taylor as the Dubai Duty Free Darts Masters kicked off on Thursday,
Competitors from throughout the north and north-east will converge on Cranloch Riding Centre, near Elgin, tomorrow for Moray Riding for the Disabled Club's national qualifying dressage competition.
Olympic gold medallist Tim Baillie is unsure what the future holds for him but is enjoying his new lease of life since retiring this year.
Two of Scotland's Commonwealth Games squash medal hopes will make their final appearance on home soil in Inverness when they compete in the 2014 Be Personnel Loch Ness Challenger next month, before turning their attention to competing in Glasgow in July.
The Camanachd Association is to invest in developing and recruiting match officials and coaches following a five-figure sponsorship deal.
We like our thrills and spills when we go to live sporting events, but can a tally of nine in hospital and another 10 walking wounded be justified as sporting entertainment?
Discus thrower Kirsty Law, whose selection for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games will be confirmed early next month, produced a record-breaking performance in the north track and field championships at Queen's Park, Inverness, on Saturday.
Wedding bells mean Kingussie will not be playing in the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup this weekend and their midfielder Fraser Munro will be out for three weeks.
History beckons for Granite City Wanderers today as both the men and women's teams compete for the Scottish Plate.
Scotland international discus thrower Kirsty Law will return to home ground tomorrow when she competes in the North track and field championships at Queen's Park, Inverness.
Turriff athlete Lisa Ferguson is getting over the back injury she sustained towards the end of her recent Florida training trip and is aiming for a Commonwealth Games qualifying performance in this weekend's East of Scotland championships at Pitreavie tomorrow.
A year ago Andy King was feeling on top of the world after winning the Stornoway half marathon and picking up the North of Scotland title.
Grant Irvine will make his first senior appearance of the season for Kyles Athletic when they host champions Newtonmore on successive Saturdays, first in the Orion Premiership and next weekend in the Camanachd Cup.
Aberdeen Sports Village will host the second of three national basketball challenge events this weekend.
Rhona Auckland (Banchory Stonehaven AC) will have one final chance to secure a Commonwealth Games 10,000m qualifying time when she represents Great Britain in the European Cup at Skopje, Macedonia on June 7.
Aberdeen AAC's 4x400m relay squad obliterated a 24 year-old record when helping the city club move to the top of the Scottish men's athletics league First Division.
Inverness, chasing a place in the Balliemore Cup final for the first time in 21 years, have been drawn against North First Division leaders Skye in the semi-final.
One major north marathon has been saved while another appears to have taken place for the last time.
Kathryn Evans (Inverness Harriers) set a season's best time of 2min 10.24sec when winning her 800m race in the British Milers Club grand prix meeting at Watford.
Moray athlete Dionne Milne was Aberdeen's top performer in the Scottish Women's Athletics League meeting at Meadowbank, Edinburgh.
North-east sprinter Kathryn Christie has pushed herself closer to earning a place on the Scotland team for this summer's Glasgow Commonwealth Games following an outstanding series of performances at the Loughborough international meeting.