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Athletics: Deeside’s Commonwealth Games runner Simpson tipped to lead the charge from Kinloss to Lossiemouth
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson is clear favourite to win tomorrow’s Kinloss to Lossiemouth half marathon which has attracted a capacity field of 350 competitors.
Few local athletes can claim to have enjoyed as diverse and colourful a sporting career as Aberdeen’s Darren Chapman.
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.
Aberdeen Grammar will head to Jedburgh tomorrow seeking a third win on the trot against Border opposition, but with a word of warning from head coach Ali O’Connor.
The Lynx face their toughest challenge of the season as they head south to face rivals Dundee Comets tomorrow.
A rising ice hockey prospect has described his inclusion in the Scotland squad for one of this year’s conference sides as “surreal”.
Double Commonwealth champion Neil Fachie has revealed his excitement after his place in Team Scotland for April's Gold Coast Games was confirmed.
Aberdeen Lynx coach Owen Reynolds couldn’t be more proud of his players’ performance, despite their 3-1 loss to Kirkcaldy Kestrels.
Race organisers are asking challenge seekers of all ages and abilities to come forward for the chance to be part of a team for the BHGE 10K Running Festival.
Aberdeen Grammar’s quest goes on for a top-four place in National League 1 after they bounced back to beat Selkirk last week at Rubislaw.
Ice hockey: Aberdeen Lynx in hunt for win but know Kirkcaldy Kestrels will aim to be swooping at title
Aberdeen Lynx head coach Owen Reynolds hopes a healthy-sized squad can see them claim another win against Kirkcaldy Kestrels this weekend.
Athletics: Story of mixed emotions sees veteran Davidson’s European masters planning rocked by injury
Fiona Davidson’s dreams of success at the European masters indoor championships in Madrid next month have been shattered by serious injury.
An Aberdeen pupil has a shot at selection for Scotland’s Under-21 netball side when they head to this year’s European Championships.
Damien gained revenge over bitter rival Shawn Johnson in a two-on-three handicap match against Sterling Oil in Newtonhill.
Three North-east rising stars are set to compete in a global ski tournament which will be screened live on the Olympic Channel website.
Defending Evening Express Champion of Champions scratch title holder Mark Thomson has set himself a goal of breaking into the North-east District team.
Boxing: Traynor and Stuart join world title contenders at warm weather camp in Tenerife as bids for belts are stepped up
Aberdeen's Darren Traynor has jetted to a warm weather training camp in Tenerife to sweat it out with two world title contenders.
Dethroned Wrestlezone Tri-Counties champion Zach Dynamite today vowed to get revenge on former protégé Bradley Evans for his title loss.
Chris Cowley loves pounding out the miles through Fetteresso Forest so much he has organised a new marathon to allow others to share the experience.
Aberdeen Grammar will be going all out tomorrow to make amends for last week’s 22-18 defeat at home to league strugglers Stewart’s Melville.
The Lynx are expecting to be tested this weekend as they take on eighth-placed Dundee Tigers.
A 17-year-old who grew up in Westhill could one day be playing in America’s National Football League.
Who is Elliot Willets – Aberdeen Lynx’s newest forward?
A Granite City curler who will represent Scotland on the world stage – on her own doorstep – “can’t believe” what she’s achieved.
Boxing: Northern light Marek aims to take Polish title back to Granite City – and prove he’s a true champion
Aberdeen lightweight Marek Laskowski today targeted a unique double of Polish and Scottish national titles.
Aberdeen’s Rebecca Morrison led her team to victory in yesterday’s Scottish junior championships at Curl Aberdeen.
The Aberdeen Lynx will be hoping to build on their four-goal Scottish Cup lead over Moray Typhoons this weekend and net themselves a spot in the next round.
Four North-east skiers have been named in Great Britain’s team for the Winter Olympics next month.