Banchory Stonehaven AC sprinter Alisha Rees has chosen to miss this weekend’s British athletics championships in Manchester and will now focus her efforts on earning a place on the Great Britain team for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Gyms, swimming pools and other leisure facilities across the north-east have thrown their doors open to fitness fans for the first time since they were shut due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Gyms and leisure centres across the north-east are preparing to finally reopen on Monday.
Scottish Tokyo Olympics diving hopeful James Heatly says he's excited to get back to competition and hopefully secure his place at next year's rescheduled Games.
Aberdeen AAC’s Michael Ferguson and his partner Roisin Harrison are excited by the possibility of finally getting back into competitive action next month.
Aberdeen Sports Village is preparing to make redundancies amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aberdeen athlete Zoey Clark is delighted to "get back to a wee bit of normality".
Some of the north-east's top athletics stars will be able to access the outdoor track at Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) from this week.
Children are being encouraged to keep active on the day of what would have been the seventh annual Aberdeen Youth Games.
Great Britain ultra-trail running international Kyle Greig was thrilled to take part in one of the world’s biggest and most innovative virtual races.
The European Junior Swimming Championships, which were set to be held at Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre in July, have been postponed.
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.
Sport Aberdeen are offering members of their gyms free access to online Les Mills fitness classes amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Aberdeen Sports Village is the latest major north-east attraction to announce a temporary closure in light of government advice on coronavirus.
Council tax across Aberdeen is set to rise by 4% – after the budget outlining savings to plug a £37.9 million funding gap was approved.
The newly-launched Baker Hughes Aberdeen Running Festival, entries for which opened yesterday, has the potential to develop into an even bigger sporting and community event in future years.
In this week's Aberdonian we take a look back at life in the fast lane at the Chris Anderson Stadium.
Greater numbers of children with disabilities are being supported to learn to swim, new research has found.
Children in Aberdeen are getting the chance to experience a range of sports at a weekend sporting extravaganza today.
This year’s Santa Run in aid of Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) will see hundreds of locals dashing through the city.
Sporting heroes and children's TV favourites are set to descend on Aberdeen ahead of BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
More over 60s living in the Aberdeen are thinking fit, a new report suggests.
A sex offender who had been banned from entering women’s toilets used a fake unisex door sticker to dupe females into thinking they were for everyone.
World champion para-swimmer Toni Shaw has starred in a video to help launch Scottish Swimming's #SeeMyAbility campaign.
It has been held aloft by football superstars Cristiano Ronaldo, Iker Casillas and Zinedine Zidane and now the Henri Delaunay Trophy has visited the north-east.
Football fans can follow in the footsteps of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo by coming face to face with a famous trophy.
Scottish swimmer Ross Murdoch says a personal best in the 200m breaststroke would represent success for him at the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.
Scottish swimming superstar Duncan Scott wants to take another huge stroke forward at this month’s World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
An exhibition exploring the career of Scotland’s greatest footballer will be held in the Granite City next month.
Inverurie's Hannah Miley was “chuffed” to finish the first day of the Scottish Open Swimming Championships with two wins.