Scottish swimmer Ross Murdoch says a personal best in the 200m breaststroke would represent success for him at the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.
Aberdeen Sports Village
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.
Big names in action as Scottish Open Championships get under way at Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre
Scotland’s national swimming coach has hailed Inverurie’s Hannah Miley as she aims to make a fourth Olympics.
An Aberdeen sports centre has been named and shamed over gender pay equality after a watchdog said it had not received a report.
With seven games left to play, Banks o’ Dee are now just one win away from retaining their McBookie.com Superleague title.
North-east businesses are set to go head to head in a sporting event.
Aberdeen Diving Club swimmer has earned a place on a prestigious talent scheme.
Aberdeen AAC’s world championship relay medallist Zoey Clark hopes to produce a few more eye-catching performances at the Scottish indoor track and field championships.
Bridge of Don Academy’s Hania Petryk found herself starring in both the under-13 and U15 age groups at table tennis’ Edinburgh Open.
North-east teenagers are being given the chance to learn life-saving skills thanks to a new programme.
With the dark, winter nights well and truly here, we need to motivate the family to stay active instead of being couch potatoes.
Hannah Miley: Swimmer and team think injury comeback will surprise people as she aims for fourth Olympics
For swimming legend Hannah Miley, the ability to adapt has always been a necessity.
A city sports centre has invested £70,000 in new equipment.
The ultimate multi-sports camp for children from P1 - S3 running will be running in Aberdeen this half-term.
School holidays are the perfect time to encourage youngsters to ditch technology and be inspired by sport!
For students just starting at one of Aberdeen’s colleges or universities it can be daunting trying to figure out where to eat, drink and exercise.
A stroke survivor has completed a 10k outdoor cycling challenge for charity.
School holidays and long summer days are a perfect combination to encourage youngsters to ditch technology and be inspired by sport.
As the focus now falls on Russia and the World Cup this month Aberdeen Sports Village is kicking off its summer campaign with a great offer to help you achieve your fitness goals.
As the World Cup kicks off this week, Aberdeen’s annual celebration of the mighty game is already hitting the back of the net.
Dame Katherine Grainger hopes the Aberdeen Youth Games Festival of Sport will encourage more children in the north-east to take up sport.
Young badminton players will be given the opportunity to test themselves against kids from other North-east clubs next month.
If you are inspired by the athletes in the Commonwealth Games, want to kick start a fitness regime or try out a new sport, lace up your trainers and head to Aberdeen’s top sports facility for our Free Open Weekend this Saturday and Sunday.
Staff take a very caring approach to children at an Aberdeen creche, inspectors have said.
Aberdeen Sports Village’s Table Tennis Academy pulled off another “smash”-ing performance at the Edinburgh Open.
An elite netball team is set to visit Aberdeen this weekend to show girls the way to a career in sport.
Commonwealth Games will make up for my world champs disappointment, says city’s young swimmer Toni, 14
A 14-year old swimmer from Aberdeen has become the youngest person named in Scotland’s team for the Commonwealth Games so far.
An Aberdeen sports facility has become the first in Scotland to achieve the highest standard in a national quality assessment scheme.