Nine athletics finals will take place in the morning sessions of next year’s Olympics, the IAAF has announced.
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.
The 100m world record holder Usain Bolt has beaten a motorcycle taxi in a race in the capital of Peru.
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.
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.
Banchory Stonehaven AC sprinter Alisha Rees is targeting a medal at this summer’s European under-23 track and field championships in Sweden.
Simpson’s Gold Coast exploits a highlight of big year for north-east athletics where Clark also shone
Robbie Simpson’s stirring bronze medal marathon success at the Commonwealth Games in April was undoubtedly the most outstanding achievement by a north-east male athlete in 2018.
Veteran Aberdeen-based runner Marie Baxter has mapped out her marathon running schedule for the next two years after enjoying a successful 2018.
Former Ireland junior international Roisin Harrison was one of five women to smash through the eight seconds barrier in a series of 60m races at Aberdeen AAC’s first indoor meeting of the season.
Experienced Scotland international Morag Millar plans to return to the north-east next April to compete in the 2019 Run Balmoral races.
Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson says taking part in the RunBalmoral races as a youngster was one of the factors which inspired him to become more seriously involved in athletics.
Tammy Wilson put 16 months of injury agony behind her with two outstanding performances within less than 24 hours.
Scottish 400m sprint champion Kelsey Stewart openly admits to having no great love for cross country running.
Alice Mezincescu’s next ultra running target is the Adventures into Wonderland race at Loch Leven this weekend.
Metro Aberdeen’s Hazel Wyness produced a gutsy performance to take third position in the women’s division of the Baxters Loch Ness marathon.
Tom Roche produced an excellent performance in the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon despite spending the night before the race sleeping in the back of a van.
Alisha Rees is poised to become one of the most successful young athletes in the long history of the Scottish women’s track and field championships.
Jason Kelly is targeting more road running success after scoring his first major local victory in the 30th anniversary Ballater 10-mile race.
Athletics: Doubts over Aberdeen’s Union Street mile race cast aside as festival of varied events revealed
Concerns over the future of the Celebrate Aberdeen Union Street mile have been cast aside and the event will go ahead on Saturday August 25 – with races for senior athletes as well as primary and secondary school children.
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.
Zoey Clark hopes this summer’s European Championships can be the springboard for her to win individual medals at international events.
Robbie Simpson (Deeside Runners) was delighted to win the 2018 BHGE 10k just five weeks after winning bronze in the marathon at the Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
Great Britain mountain racing international Andy Douglas completed a Deeside double at the 21st anniversary Run Balmoral meeting which attracted more than 5,000 runners to the Royal estate on the Queen’s birthday weekend.
Kerry Prise has adopted a deliberately low-key build-up towards the defence of her title in the Repsol Sinopec Devil of Deeside Challenge at Balmoral this weekend.
Scotland junior international Clare Stewart is planning an ambitious race double-header next weekend.