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Athletics: Gathimba Edwards Foundation uses virtual racing to feed Kenyan families during coronavirus pandemic
Some world class athletes are supporting the virtual run that Aberdeen’s Myles Edwards has set up to support the charity he co-founded to help underprivileged children in Kenya.
Undefeated Aberdeen welterweight Dean Sutherland is confident boxing will survive the coronavirus pandemic.
North-east clubs left wondering ‘what if?’ after Scottish Rugby call to declare season null-and-void
The SRU’s decision to declare the 2019-20 season null-and-void due to the Covid-19 outbreak has had a mixed reception from clubs in the Caledonia area.
Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie has vowed to keep his fitness levels high to be ready for a Commonwealth title shot.
Metro Aberdeen Running Club’s 30th birthday celebrations have been put on hold because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Nigg Bay were today celebrating becoming one of the country’s first clubs to secure £25,000 of cash aid from the Scottish Government due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Junior Swimming Championships, which were set to be held at Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre in July, have been postponed.
Aberdeen Amateur Athletics Club’s paid club officer roles have been expanded in a bid to boost inclusivity.
Cash-strapped north-east golf clubs struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic have been offered some vital cash aid as the second week of the nationwide lockdown bites.
Scotland head coach Shane Burger says cricket does not matter when the world is tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
The Baker Hughes Aberdeen 10km and festival of running, to have been organised by Aberdeen Sports Village on August 30, is the latest casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Runners throughout the country were relieved the latest measures introduced to curb the spread of Covid-19 haven’t prevented them from going out for daily solo training sessions.
Aberdeen swim star Toni Shaw says the postponement of September’s Paralympics in Japan is “definitely good news”.
Aberdeen AAC’s Great Britain international Zoey Clark is relieved that the Tokyo Olympic Games have finally been postponed and will now in all likelihood be held in 2021.
The increased threat of the coronavirus has put a stop to golf throughout Britain with no sign of a quick return.
Kyle Coetzer is in no doubt that cricket had to be postponed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ambitious amateur side Rothie Rovers are making the most of the football shutdown as they gear up for an application to join the Junior ranks.
Banchory’s Scotland international marathon and mountain runner Robbie Simpson was happy to get away from the Canary Islands hours before Spain went into lockdown.
John Henderson says it would have been unfair for darts to continue during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new golf tournament created to raise funds for a children’s charity has been postponed due to the coronavirus crisis.
New north-east squash courts can boost bid for Commonwealth Games glory – Scottish champion Lisa Aitken
National squash champion Lisa Aitken thinks Banchory Sports Village can be a hub for Scotland’s squash aces in the build-up to the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Aberdeen boxer Dean Sutherland felt it would be wrong to compete behind closed doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
What are Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire gyms doing so public can continue to keep fit during coronavirus outbreak?
Sport Aberdeen are offering members of their gyms free access to online Les Mills fitness classes amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Aberdeen Grammar School’s netball team were left disappointed after their biggest game of the season was postponed.
Aberdeen Lynx understand decision to suspend ice hockey across UK in reaction to coronavirus outbreak
The Aberdeen Lynx face similar uncertainty to the rest of sport after all UK ice hockey was suspended.
Paralympic prospect Neil Fachie admits he is concerned that this summer’s games may be cancelled.
Curl Aberdeen has shut until the end of the curling season.
Aberdeen University Boat Club enjoyed the bragging rights over their city rivals Robert Gordon University after triumphing in the 25th Aberdeen Standard Investments Boat Race.
Gordonians kept their season alive in Glasgow on Friday night when they stunned National 2 promotion candidates GHK, taking the Countesswells side out of the relegation area.
Two Byron Boxing rising ring stars have secured Scottish title glory as the club continue to produce exciting young talent.