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Aberdeen’s Zoey Clark could have three shots at Olympic glory this summer as a new sprint event has been added to the athletics programme.
WBC Asia welterweight champion Neeraj Goyat will fight in Aberdeen next month less than two years after injuries suffered in a car crash derailed a high-profile fight with Amir Khan.
Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw claimed bronze on the final day of the British Para-Swimming International Meet in Sheffield.
Athletics: Robbie Simpson to begin bid for Mont Blanc and world trail running championships with Cairngorm Ultra Trail race
Deeside's Robbie Simpson plans to compete in the inaugural Cairngorm Ultra Trail run which is scheduled to go ahead on June 5.
An Aberdeen tennis initiative and a coach have been nominated for the Tennis Scotland 2021 awards.
Athletics: Oldmeldrum’s Meryl Cooper to use Loch Ness race as step towards world trail running championships in Thailand
Meryl Cooper's preparations for a possible trip to Thailand later in the year will begin on the shores of Loch Ness next month.
Aberdeen’s Toni Shaw will begin her quest to qualify for the Tokyo Paralympics tomorrow.
If Majors were decided on sentiment then Lee Westwood is likely to be wearing the Green Jacket at Augusta on Sunday.
Aberdeen-based Scotland international distance runner Sean Chalmers is keen to secure a place in the British 10,000m track championships at Birmingham in early June.
Robbie Simpson spent a day fishing on the banks of the River Don as a way of relaxing after competing in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trials at London’s Kew Gardens.
Aberdeen will host Europe's first all-female boxing event with a behind closed door card next month.
Aberdeen rower Ben Dyer took inspiration from Olympic legend Sir Steve Redgrave to help manage illness and a promising sporting career.
Four hardy Banchory athletes aim to run the length of the River Dee, from its source high in the Cairngorms to its mouth at Aberdeen harbour, in the space of 24 hours.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson battles through illness to finish sixth in Kew Gardens elite marathon
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson battled through the pain barrier to finish sixth in the Great Britain Olympic Games marathon trial at Kew Gardens this morning.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson prepares to take on 14 other elite marathon runners in battle for Tokyo Olympics place
Robbie Simpson hopes he won’t have to pay to get into London’s Kew Gardens for tomorrow’s Great Britain Olympic marathon trial race.
Cameron Norrie and Joe Salisbury confirm participation in Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England tennis event at P&J Live
British number two Cameron Norrie has confirmed his participation in the Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live later in the year.
Jason Kelly has put down a strong marker for others to follow with an impressive run along the Deeside Way.
Aberdeen AAC’s Steve Cassells has run more than 100,000 miles during his lifetime – the equivalent of four times round the world – and has no intention of stopping any time soon.
The Aberdeen Pennant League is set for a major revamp this season.
Twelve months ago Kyle Greig was enthusiastically gearing up for a new role as race director of one of the north east’s biggest participation sporting events.
Kemnay’s Alix Still will get another crack at Scottish indoor pentathlon record at NCAA Championships
Kemnay athlete Alix Still has earned another opportunity to crack the Scottish women’s indoor pentathlon record before the end of the winter season.
Marc Davis hopes more can be done both nationally and locally to help talented sportspeople make the grade.
John Henderson is pleased that Premier League darts will return to Aberdeen in 2022.
There are just 10 days left to enter this year’s Evening Express Champion of Champions competitions.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister was left “devastated” after his scheduled fight in Ghana was cancelled at short notice.
Athletics: North-east woman Glynis Buchan, 45, runs more than 5K every day for more than three years
Three years ago, Glynis Buchan set herself a target of running at least 5k every day throughout January.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister has jetted to another continent in a bid to fight for the first time in more than a year.
Jamie Murray says ‘really excited’ top tennis players jumped at chance to compete in Scotland v England event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live
Jamie Murray says Britain's top men's tennis players jumped at the opportunity to take part in his Battle of the Brits - Scotland v England event at Aberdeen's P&J Live.
Golf: Paul Lawrie hoping Europe’s top players will descend on Scottish Senior Open at Royal Aberdeen later this year
Paul Lawrie is relishing the prospect of hosting the Scottish Senior Open in his home city.
Scottish tennis stars Andy and Jamie Murray to play in Battle of the Brits event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live
Scottish tennis superstar Sir Andy Murray will take to the court in Aberdeen later this year.