Former rugby player Gareth Thomas is calling for people to lace up their trainers to raise money for stroke survivors.
There are some sporting moments you can never forget.
Aberdeen champion para-swimmer launches campaign to inspire children with a disability to take up the sport
An Aberdeen para-swimming champion has backed a new campaign encouraging children with disabilities to take to the water.
Judy Murray says players and fans will “vote with their feet” when it comes to this week’s new-look Davis Cup.
English football great Alan Shearer and Scotland Women’s national team manager Shelley Kerr are to be awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Stirling.
A former banker has said he feels “reborn” after he set the world record for running a marathon in every country in the world.
Permission has been granted for a £120 million development of homes, offices and a hotel in Newcastle despite opposition from football fans who said it will spoil a famous view of the St James’ Park stadium.
Children under the age of 11 should avoid heading the ball, according to new advice for clubs from the Scottish Youth Football Association (SYFA).
An Essex rugby fan is travelling to Japan from a family trip in Australia in the hopes of securing Rugby World Cup final tickets.
An Inverness GP will this week call on politicians to make radical plans to overhaul towns and cities to make them more cycling and walking friendly.
The trophy which will be lifted by the continent’s top footballing nation will be showcased in the north-east tomorrow.
In the city of Aberdeen, golf plays an important part in the culture and history of the area.
Hundreds of cyclists set up camp in Strathdon yesterday in the grounds of the famous Lonach Gathering, after completing the seventh day of a 980-mile journey across the UK.
Almost £2 million has been awarded to community groups, employers and social housing providers across Scotland to encourage more people to walk and cycle.
Residents of a north-east town will get their first opportunity to use new multi-million-pound sports facilities today, after nearly 30 years of campaigning to have them built.
Pushchairs, storytelling and baby change areas are not often things you would associate with a world-class golf tournament but they are very much part of The Solheim Cup, billed to be the “most family-friendly golf event in history”.
Two former Aberdeen FC stars will star in their own production at the city’s historic Tivoli Theatre next year.
Rail chiefs are being urged to lay on more trains for north-east football supporters to further boost the Scottish game.
Elaine Farquharson-Black: I know that the skills needed to succeed in sport are extremely valuable in business
Everything you need is already within you.
I’ve often remarked on the close parallels between business and sport, two competitive fields of endeavour that severely test the character of participants but offer glittering prizes for success.
No matter how good you get, you can always get better. That’s the exciting part.
With football alone contributing more than £200 million directly into the Scottish economy, according to a 2018 Uefa report, sport is big business.
The north-east’s first gay-inclusive rugby club have received backing from a leading opticians as it works to build up its squad.
A former Aberdeen youth worker is at the forefront of a national effort to break down the barriers preventing young women from getting involved in sport.
Thousands flock to Forres to mark 91st annual Forres Highland Games, including a stag party from Edinburgh
A Moray town was in the festival spirit and greeted hundreds of visitors on Saturday for the 91st annual Forres Highland Games.
Move over, Wimbledon, there is a new court in town.
A football referee and “true gentleman” who dedicated more than 50 years of his life to the beautiful game has died aged 80.
Two Moray rowing clubs will be competing against the best in the world at a week-long festival this weekend.
Fans of Highland Games events are in for a double helping of entertainment this weekend as a pair of the traditional celebrations are held in the north-east.
A Fraserburgh teen and her teammates have launched a crowdfunder to compete in a European basketball competition.
More than 1,500 youngsters were cheered on by world-class sports stars at a special event in the north-east yesterday.
A death-defying stunt cyclist has revealed his unique take on childcare - by bringing a friend’s two-year-old with him on a mountain biking tour of Scotland.