Erin Wyness' middle name might be Georgia, but she has lots of other things on her mind at the moment.
Huntly’s John Henderson is determined to enjoy every minute of his unexpected Premier League Darts appearance in Aberdeen tomorrow night – even if he is braced for a Michael van Gerwen backlash.
Highland heavyweight boxer Gary Cornish has been forced to retire on medical grounds.
This weekend's Snowman Rally has been cancelled.
Olympic qualification is the main goal for Inverurie judoka Stuart McWatt in 2019.
Scotland’s Gary Anderson has withdrawn from the 2019 Premier League darts due to his back injury.
Aberdeen boxing prospect Dean Sutherland has his sights set on going full-time by the summer.
His voice was akin to Humphrey Bogart’s in The Big Sleep; a gravelly drawl of dry-as-Nevada humour interspersed with a man’s-gotta-do cynicism.
He is known for a daredevil attitude and risk-taking many wouldn’t dare dream of.
The podium is becoming a second home for Neah Evans.
Aberdeen’s two universities will go “oar to oar” in a race down the River Dee on March 23.
There has never been a time when Kirsty Deans wasn’t in love with sport, from the days when she dragged her father, Kenny and sister, Lindsay, out for games at their Kingussie home.
Elgin featherweight MMA fighter Aidan Stephen is aiming for more success in the new year following his winning Cage Warriors debut last weekend.
Great Britain international Zoey Clark opened her winter season yesterday with a club record-breaking performance at the Aberdeen Sports Village indoor meeting.
All John Henderson wants for Christmas is to still be in with a shot at glory in the PDC World championship.
The next year is a pivotal one for Alan Sinclair.
Four fights down and titles are already on the radar.
Aberlour powerlifter Neil Stewart has credited a home-built facility inside his own garage with helping him achieve WPC World Championship success.
Aberdeen’s Kristen Fraser outclassed Ellen Simwaka to create history by becoming the first Scottish female fighter to win a Commonwealth title.
Laurencekirk youngster Lachlan Blaikie is thrilled after returning from the World Karate and Kickboxing Commission World Championships in Dublin with a bronze medal.
Still miles left in the tank as Commonwealth Games medallist Hannah Miley makes comeback from ankle surgery
Reports of her demise have been greatly exaggerated.
It is the biggest darts competition in the north east of Scotland.
History will be made tomorrow when Isobel Barr becomes the first female to turn out for Glen Urquhart in the Marine Harvest Premiership.
Aberdeen gymnast Orianne Slater was crowned British women’s senior disability gymnastics all-around champion on Sunday at the Disability Artistic British Championships at Telford.
Burghead hammer thrower Mark Dry is recovering from vital hip surgery and is setting his sights on winning a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Aberdeen kickboxing duo Kaitlyn Hendry and Abi Allan’s hard work is paying off after the duo enjoyed a successful 2018 on national and international duty.
Dean Sutherland hopes a live television audience will get to see the latest step in his burgeoning career as he fights Miguel Aguilar on Thursday night.
When one thinks of successful Scottish sporting families, there is no shortage of contenders, whether it’s the McRaes in rallying, the McColgans in athletics or the McStays in football.
Former European and Commonwealth shooting champion Jennifer McIntosh has retired from the sport at the age of 27.
All roads lead to the World Championships for European gold-medallist Neah Evans.
Inverness rower Alan Sinclair keen to add to World Championship medal haul as Great Britain head for Bulgaria
Alan Sinclair is looking to add to his World Championship medal tally as Great Britain begin their quest for gold in Bulgaria.
Scotland’s recently-crowned world champion windsurfer, Islay Watson, has been named in Team GB’s squad for the upcoming Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.