Aberdeen’s golden boy Neil Fachie could yet be at Birmingham 2022 attempting to become Scotland’s most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete.
Byron Boxing Club's John Docherty secured a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games but admitted he was left 'sick' at missing out on the chance to go for gold medal glory.
BYRON Boxing Club's John Docherty suffered Commonwealth Games semi-final heartache when losing a unanimous points decision to Dieudonne Wilfried Seyi Ntsengue of Cameroon at Gold Coast, Australia.
A dozen years have passed since Aberdeen’s Neil Stirton won his first Commonwealth Games medal on Australian soil – and he’s delighted history has repeated itself.
Aberdeen's Neil Stirton showed nerves of steel today to pick up silver in the men’s 50m rifle prone at the Commonwealth Games.
Cyclist Neah Evans was delighted after the atmosphere in the Anna Meares velodrome spurred her to double Commonwealth Games medal glory.
Aberdeen cyclist Neil Fachie was delighted to get Team Scotland’s Gold Coast goldrush under way.
Inverurie swimmer Hannah Miley won silver in the women’s 400m individual medley at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie followed up double world success by defending his kilo title at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games this morning.
Defending Commonwealth Games champion Neil Fachie has arrived in Australia for the Gold Coast Games – and he’s only missing his bike.
Aberdeen Boxer John Docherty feared he was dying when he returned from the Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa with gold in 2015.
Aberdeen student Colin Dalgleish was all set for his Commonwealth Games departure today – after training at one of the sport’s nerve centres.
Aberdeen AAC’s Kelsey Stewart leaves tomorrow evening on her marathon journey to Australia to represent Scotland in the 4x400m relay at next month’s Commonwealth Games.
Aberdeen's 14-year-old Commonwealth Games swimmer is set for her long trip Down Under – after this afternoon’s bell goes.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark hopes she won’t go though the same rollercoaster of emotions at next month’s Commonwealth Games as she experienced at the World indoor championships in Birmingham.
There's a lot riding on Euan Inglis’ quest for glory in the 50m breaststroke at the Gold Coast Games – because he’s planning to hang up his trunks afterwards.
Aberdeen shooter Neil Stirton is “up to his eyes” with his own business – but he’s still got his sights trained on glory for Scotland in the Gold Coast Games.
Team Scotland member Jen McIntosh hopes writing a fantasy novel around training for the Gold Coast Games will keep her on target.
Peterhead swimmer Mark Campbell will shut down his computer in the sales department at Schlumberger tonight before heading to Edinburgh to swim against aquatics superstar Adam Peaty.
Student gymnast Izzy Tolometti is doing a full day’s worth of training each week as she tries to perfect her routines ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Aberdeen's 400m star Zoey Clark is confident she can return from Australia’s Gold Coast with two more major championship medals.
Oldmeldrum's Viorel Etko hopes to leave competitive wrestling with golden glory down under.
Byron Boxing Club’s John Docherty is heading to Ukraine to spar with the middleweight world champion – and thinks a good performance will put him on course for Commonwealth glory.
It’s been a balancing act for Stonehaven sprinter Kelsey Stewart as she tries to stave off injury while getting herself to her physical peak for the Gold Coast.
Hannah Miley is ramping up training ahead of her fourth Commonwealth Games – and she’s trying not to dwell on her chance to write a chapter of swimming history.