An Aberdeen-based former figure skater from Romania is making a name for herself on the Scottish ultra-distance running scene.
Aberdeen Lynx head coach Owen Reynolds hopes his side can put an end to a frustrating losing streak this weekend.
EUROPE have won the Ryder Cup back after Francesco Molinari defeated Phil Mickelson on the 16th hole at Le Golf National, Paris.
Aberdeen boxer Boris Crighton today vowed to put his Commonwealth Games agony behind him to take the professional ranks by storm.
Wrestlezone star Damien today vowed to recapture the Undisputed championship belt he believes was unfairly taken away from him.
Scottish wrestling star Grado today insisted his tag-team partnership with WWE legend Santino Marella is a coup for Aberdeen-based Wrestlezone.
A Czech runner living in Peterhead will take part in her first Scottish road race when she lines up with thousands of other participants in the Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run next weekend.
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke insists he won’t rush into the decision on whether to turn professional after winning the Silver Medal at Carnoustie.
THE north-east’s American football prodigy could soon be playing on the “biggest stage” in the game.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark is confident of earning selection for her third major international competition of the year when she competes in this weekend’s British athletics championships in Birmingham.
‘If Lee McAllister wants to fight me it would be dangerous for him as heavyweights hit a lot harder’ says Williams
Heavyweight boxing legend Danny Williams today warned he would knock Lee McAllister out in three rounds if they were to fight.
Olympic gold medallist Dame Katherine Grainger believes her experiences as an athlete can help her keep Great Britain as one of the world’s sporting powerhouses.
Aberdeenshire became the shock troops of the Eastern Premier after travelling to Edinburgh and handing Heriots their first defeat of the season.
Aberdeenshire will be away from home tomorrow for the first time since the opening day of the season.
Aberdeen BHGE 10km champion Robbie Simpson flies out to Switzerland this weekend to begin his preparations for the Zermatt alpine mountain marathon in early July.
Zoey Clark hopes this summer’s European Championships can be the springboard for her to win individual medals at international events.
Peterhead’s new signing Ross Kavanagh had plenty of offers for next season.
Scotland international Fiona Brian admits to being motivated by the possibility of challenging for a course record in tomorrow’s BHGE 10km in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen fight equipment company today launched a giveaway of 50 pairs of boxing gloves to benefit underprivileged youngsters, clubs and boxers
Aberdeenshire came unstuck in their first game of the season in the Eastern Premier Division in Edinburgh.
Garioch took a big stride towards winning Caley 2 North without kicking a ball in anger.
Now the Caley 2 North title race has been reduced to a two-horse one between Ellon and Garioch, it will be a question of which team can hold their nerve in the run-in.
Aboyne amateur Shannon McWilliam is “honoured” to be selected to play in this year’s Curtis Cup.
Iago Aspas is a little imp. He’s the kind of jack-in-the-box forward that defenders absolutely hate having to mark.
Aberdeen Grammar endured a tough time on the road in Glasgow.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark hopes she won’t go though the same rollercoaster of emotions at next month’s Commonwealth Games as she experienced at the World indoor championships in Birmingham.
Dons manager Derek McInnes today insisted he did not brand Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones a diver.
Greig Laidlaw has warned Ireland to beware Finn Russell after revealing the Scotland stand-off is in the mood to wreak further havoc after masterminding the dismantling of England.
Andrew Musgrave will not have a half-naked Tongan to contend with when he bids to become the first Brit to win an Olympic medal on snow at the Alpensia Cross Country Centre.
Six more North-east athletes will go for gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April – including double Glasgow Games gold medallist Neil Fachie.