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Bill Maitland is happy to be taking to Fraserburgh’s fairways for a 75th year – just days after receiving his Covid-19 vaccine.
Captain Kyle Coetzer hopes Scotland can return to action in April.
Athletics: Letter reveals Aberdeen runner lent Eric Liddell his spikes for trio of wins in build-up to 1924 Paris Olympics
A letter written by a pioneering Aberdeen athlete reveals how he helped legendary Scottish sprinter Eric Liddell achieve a unique international athletics success.
The Etkos have been at the heart of the Oldmeldrum community for 13 years. It was the last year they felt its support the most.
Athletics: Metro Aberdeen’s Bryan Kinghorn challenges other runners to beat his ‘fastest known time’ for Deeside Way
Bryan Kinghorn has put down a significant long-distance marker for others to try to beat.
Peterculter have appointed Nairn Dunbar’s Gary Lister as their new head professional.
Portlethen are set to stage this year’s Northern Open from June 1-4.
Aberdeen swimming sensation Toni Shaw says it would "really disappointing" if Tokyo 2020 was postponed further.
Athletics: Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian invited to run in British trial to determine Olympic marathon team
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian has been invited to compete in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trial at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
He was named men’s associate cricketer of the decade – and Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer is determined to keep breaking down barriers.
Metro Aberdeen’s Ilona Kriauzaite has been inspired to run to the top of every Munro after reading about the remarkable exploits of Bathgate hill walker Hazel Strachan.
Ice and snow put paid to most golf in the north-east during the last week.
Athletics: Metro Aberdeen ultra specialist Jason Kelly desperate to defend Dee 33-mile race crown in March
Metro Aberdeen’s Jason Kelly hopes to defend his title in the Dee 33-mile ultra distance race which is scheduled to take place on March 13.
Aberdeen Amateur Athletic Club (AAC) president Mark Davidson says a £1,000 grant from Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme will allow their community efforts to continue – despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
David Scott’s attempt to avoid the galeforce winds battering north-east Scotland five years ago unwittingly led to the creation of what has become a nationally acclaimed run.
Aberdeen welterweight Dean Sutherland takes aim at titles after linking up with Ricky Hatton and David Haye promoter Dennis Hobson
Undefeated Aberdeen welterweight Dean Sutherland aims to make up for lost time by landing title glory in 2021.
Neil Fachie is hoping to hit the heights twice in 2021 as he aims for Paralympic gold and a trek to Everest base camp.
David Law admits he has relished relaxing with his family during the festive season.
Athletics: Standard is savage but Stonehaven sprinter Kelsey Stewart is ready for Commonwealth Games battle
Stonehaven’s Scotland international sprinter Kelsey Stewart says the 2022 Commonwealth Games 400m qualifying standard is savagely tough – but she’ll give it her best shot.
Losing players from rugby is a big concern for Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O'Connor during the sport's long lay-off.
Alisha Rees believes she has an outside chance of Olympic selection in 2021 – but she’ll also bid for success at European level.
Three festive north-east competitions have fallen victim to the latest Covid restrictions.
Athletics: Aberdeen sprinter Zoey Clark won’t risk South Africa trip as she opts for Tokyo Olympics preparations at home
Great Britain international sprinter Zoey Clark has decided to forego the sunshine of South Africa in favour of staying in Aberdeen next month to begin her Olympic Games preparations.
Huntly’s John Henderson progressed to the second round of the World Darts Championship with a 3-2 victory against Finland’s Marko Kantele.
John Henderson is hoping he won’t be at home for Christmas because it will mean he’s still in the PDC World Championship.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson could go for both Olympic and Commonwealth Games qualifying standards in Kew Gardens race
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson is chasing selection for two major championships when he competes in an elite-only marathon at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
Darts: Empty Ally Pally but John Henderson hopes his north-east fans can celebrate PDC World Championship success
The cheers inside empty Alexandra Palace will be fake – but John Henderson is hoping to give his fans in the north-east something to shout about.
The British Rally Championship will head to the north-east for the first time in more than three decades next year.
Norwegian runner Julie Brox is expected to make an impact on the north-east running scene in 2021 once more races appear on the fixture list.
Fraserburgh Golf Club members have reason to look forward to a brighter new year in 2021.