Great Britain sprinter Adam Gemili would love to win gold at the Tokyo Games, but he knows that goal is put into perspective when he thinks about the battle his grandma and many others have had with dementia.
The rivalry between Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett dominated British athletics 40 years ago.
Kenyan athlete Isaiah Kosgei is disappointed to hear that the Baxters Loch Ness marathon has been cancelled.
Ultra-distance race organiser Andrew Gordon hopes to complete an unexpected double later this year.
Reigning world 100 metres champion Christian Coleman has said he may be hit with a suspension which could rule him out from next year’s Tokyo Olympics following a violation of anti-doping whereabouts regulations.
It's an event which was launched when Queen Victoria was on the throne and the monarch was distinctly amused whenever she attended the Aboyne Games.
Scotland international Fiona Brian was happy but frustrated after leading Metro Aberdeen to top spot in the scottishathletics virtual road relay competition.
Jason Kelly has set himself a broad range of distance running targets for the year ahead following his victory in one of his favourite races.
A Stonehaven endurance athlete played a key role in helping a nine-strong team of elite ultra-distance runners set a remarkable record for running the length of Scotland.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson makes his ultra-distance race debut in California this weekend.
Metro Aberdeen runner Calum Neff was ecstatic after setting a personal best time of 2hr 20min 44secs in the Toronto Waterfront marathon.
Metro Aberdeen’s Cameron Strachan is among the favourites to win the 10K at tomorrow’s Baxters festival of running which has attracted 9,400 runners to Inverness.
North-east mountain man Hamish Battle says advice from a former world champion helped him win a first international call-up.
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.
Metro Aberdeen athlete Kyle Greig plans to focus on shorter races in 2020 by concentrating on the marathon and 100K.
The stopwatches have been put away for the final time.
Banchory’s Great Britain mountain running international Robbie Simpson is poised to make his debut in the world of ultra-distance running.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is unlikely to be shaking the hand of Eritrean Pedro Mamu at the finish of tomorrow’s Sierre-Zinal run.
Zoey Clark’s countdown towards the world athletics championships in Doha begin in earnest this month.
Cameron Strachan hopes to make amends for a nightmare experience in one of Britain’s top track meetings when he defends his title in tomorrow’s Chapelton of Elsick 10km.
A series of long Munro-bashing days in the hills provided the foundations for Siobhan Killingbeck’s stunning victory in one of Scotland’s toughest running events.
North-east sprinter Alisha Rees admits her European under-23 championship aspirations are on the line if she doesn’t hit top form in next weekend’s Great Britain team trials at Bedford.
Dedicated teachers, staff and parents of a city school will sacrifice their holidays and run 171 miles to raise funds for a running track.
Aberdeen’s Clark: World Relays final was ‘perfect’ moment for Great Britain to experiment with line-up
Zoey Clark says Great Britain’s women’s 4x400m relay team thought their final in Yokohama was a “perfect opportunity” to experiment.
An athletics charity working to give young people a path away from knife crime will be the focus of a new series to be broadcast on ITV.
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian will be aiming for a fast time when she joins 30,000 other runners on the starting line for the 123rd annual Boston marathon in 11 days.
Emma Watt is eagerly looking forward to Sunday’s Run Garioch 5km at Inverurie after achieving a much cherished home-town victory in the Newburgh Beach Bash 10km.
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.
Scotland’s Robbie Simpson was unable to run at full throttle in the Barcelona half marathon – but the Deeside athlete still managed to help another athlete achieve a record-breaking performance.
Aberdeen sprinter Zoey Clark has won the British Indoor 400m title in Birmingham.