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.
Gregor Townsend has responded to last weekend's thrashing at the hands of Wales by making six changes to his Scotland line-up ahead of facing France on Sunday.
Aboyne's Shannon McWilliam is relishing the opportunity of playing in the Curtis Cup at Quaker Ridge in the United States later this year.
Aberdeen’s Darren Traynor today vowed to make history by becoming a three-time, three-weight Scottish champion.
Aberdeen Sports Village’s Table Tennis Academy pulled off another “smash”-ing performance at the Edinburgh Open.
Aberdeen Grammar get back into action tomorrow after a two-week break with what head coach Ali O’Connor regards as a “must win” game against lowly Stewart’s Melville.
Scotland will start their campaign in the World Cup Qualifiers against Afghanistan.
Double European indoor champion Laura Muir anchored Great Britain to victory in the mixed team relay event in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country.
A poor start at Braehead saw Aberdeen Lynx lose their first game of the year 6-3 to Paisley Pirates.
Andy Murray has revealed the desire for his eldest daughter Sophia to see him play tennis is motivating him to make a return to the game.
Two late tries were not enough to prevent Aberdeen Grammar slumping to their first defeat since mid-October after a rousing affair in the Borders where Kelso were happy to hang on against the late rally of the Rubislaw side.
This year is set to be another exciting one for Turriff racing driver Gordon Mutch.
The Aberdeen Oilcats will launch a second team this year – the first time the club have done so.
After racing in France and Scotland either side of the New Year, Robbie Simpson is now in Spain preparing for the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Hammer thrower Chris Bennett claims lessons learned at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has led to a more level-headed approach to Gold Coast 2018.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark is preparing to fly out to Florida to continue her preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
A leading hip specialist believes surgery could help Andy Murray return to his best form - provided there is not too much damage in the joint.
Nick Kyrgios admits he has been left saddened by Andy Murray's latest hip setback and hailed the Scot as "good for the sport".
Scottish boxer Sean Lazzerini will be aiming high when he flies to Australia for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Andy Murray will make a decision on his Australian Open prospects at the weekend as he tries to avoid surgery to treat his long-term hip problem.
Andy Murray has admitted he may never be able to get back to his best level as he prepares to return from hip problems.
Zoey Clark’s silver medal-winning performance as part of the Great Britain women’s 4x400m relay squad at the London world championships in August was undoubtedly the highlight of the north-east athletics year.
Phil Taylor kept alive his hopes of winning a 17th and final William Hill World Championship title by cruising into the quarter-finals at Alexandra Palace.
Steve McCormack has stepped down as Scotland coach after 14 years in charge.
Aberdeen’s Rob Sinclair is in line to represent Great Britain for the first time after producing a series of outstanding record-breaking performances during 2017.
Henderson aims to give his fans something to shout about in PDC World Championships battle with Cross
Huntly's John Henderson doesn’t want to let all his supporters in the north-east down when he competes in the third round of the PDC Darts World Championship.
Defending champion Michael van Gerwen survived a scare to book his place in the quarter-finals of the William Hill PDC World Championship.
Andy Murray has revealed his wish to simply return to full fitness currently trumps winning further grand slam titles after a year blighted by injury.
Scotland will warm up for the World Cup qualifiers with a trip to Dubai to face Ireland and the United Arab Emirates.