Rising hill running star Hamish Battle believes he is ready to tackle another big challenge when he competes in tomorrow's Lairig Ghru mountain marathon.
Nominations for Aberdeen's Sports Awards have opened with organisers keen to recognise the "silent cheerleaders" of sport in the Granite City.
Aberdeen-based lightweight Marek Laskowski will tonight bid to make history by becoming Poland's first Scottish champion.
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark will attempt to move closer to major championship qualifying times when she competes in the 400m at Saturday's Geneva international meeting.
Aberdeen's newest professional boxer Andrew Cuthbert today warned he aims to blast his way through the British featherweight division.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today revealed he aims to become a four-weight world champion.
‘I want to prove I am still the best fighter ever from Aberdeen and one of the best from Scotland’, says Lee McAllister
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today vowed to silence his doubters by lifting the World Boxing Foundation welterweight world title on home soil.
Aberdeenshire captain Chris Venske has told his misfiring charges it is "stand up and be counted time".
Ghana's Frank Dodzi has ignited a war of words with Lee McAllister ahead of their WBF World Welterweight title clash in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen student has been selected as one of two young people to represent Scotland as a Young Ambassador for the British and Irish Lions' tour of New Zealand.
A strongman will take on the world's best after winning the Scottish Championships - despite training in his friend's garden.
North-east runners Naomi Lang, 17, and Maddy Silcock, 16, will be jetting off to the Bahamas next month to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Aberdeenshire travel to Edinburgh tomorrow bidding to recapture the form that saw them score 342 in the first game of the season in the win over Forfarshire.
Tour Series chiefs were today hopeful the prestigious cycling event can inspire the next Sir Chris Hoy to emerge from Aberdeen.
Triple Olympic champion Ed Clancy has vowed to produce a big performance in Aberdeen tonight when racing in the Tour Series event.
Aberdeen's city centre will become a high speed race track tomorrow for Britian's fastest elite cycle race.
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Aberdeenshire have a great opportunity to relaunch their faltering Eastern Premier season tomorrow when they travel to Fife.
Deeside youngsters Eilidh Campbell and Matthew Gooch are aiming for more success after winning British titles in the national long distance orienteering championships at Newby Bridge in the Lake District.
Banks o' Dee Albion are aiming to sign off a remarkable run of success in style this weekend.
Aberdeen Baker Hughes 10K women's champion Fiona Brian is contemplating a fast marathon performance later this year.
East End boss Lee Youngson has dedicated their first trophy win in five years to the man who inspired him to go into football management.
Rising Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie was today confirmed to fight for a title in his first homecoming bout.
Aberdeenshire slumped to a second consecutive Eastern Premier defeat at home, falling 43 runs short of Arbroath United's total of 244 despite an astonishing individual performance from the home captain.
Aberdeen should make the Baker Hughes 10k a permanent fixture like the London Marathon according to its first winner.
Welterweight Lee McAllister today confirmed he will fight for a world title on his Aberdeen return.
Aberdeenshire were put firmly in their place by Watsonians at Mannofield.