Aberdeen Amateur Athletics Club’s paid club officer roles have been expanded in a bid to boost inclusivity.
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.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark hopes to make history by representing Great Britain and Northern Ireland in an intriguing new event being held at the IAAF World Championships which open in Doha tomorrow.
The stopwatches have been put away for the final time.
The man who made history by becoming the first Aberdeen AAC runner to represent Scotland has passed away.
Sprint star Zoey Clark is keen to be involved in an exciting new event which is to feature in this year’s world championships in Doha and in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Aberdeen’s Clark ‘so happy’ to claim British Indoor title with European Championships bid in Glasgow up next
Aberdeen sprinter Zoey Clark said she was “so happy” to win the British Indoor 400m title in Birmingham.
Aberdeen AAC’s Jane Davidson surprised herself as much as anyone else by blasting to victory with a record-breaking performance in the 60m hurdles at the Scottish senior indoor championships in Glasgow.
Zoey Clark is focused on helping Great Britain achieve more 4x400m relay success at next month’s European championships in Berlin after missing out on selection for the individual 400m event.
James Hoad will compete in the Scottish East District 5,000m track championships at Glasgow’s Scotstoun stadium tomorrow evening with the aim of edging closer to the Aberdeen AAC senior men’s record for the distance.
Aberdeen AAC’s Naomi Lang aims to add another honour to her growing collection when she competes in the Scottish 3,000m Championships at Glasgow’s Scotstoun stadium tomorrow evening.
Aberdeen AAC’s David Irvine is excited about this weekend’s Scottish indoor championships after producing a blistering new personal best 60m time in his club’s open graded meeting.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark is preparing to fly out to Florida to continue her preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark has been busy collecting awards for her summer track achievements over the past couple of weeks but that hasn’t stopped her from laying the foundations for a busy 2018 season.
Aberdeen’s world championship silver medallist Zoey Clark will bring the curtain down on a memorable season by competing in the Müller grand prix and IAAF Diamond League meeting at Birmingham’s Alexander stadium on Sunday.
North-east runners Naomi Lang, 17, and Maddy Silcock, 16, will be jetting off to the Bahamas next month to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Ellie Buchan has her sights set on a top performance in the Highland Cross duathlon after enjoying an impressive win in the Trac 15-mile trail race at Balmoral Castle.