Deeside's Robbie Simpson plans to compete in the inaugural Cairngorm Ultra Trail run which is scheduled to go ahead on June 5.
Jason Kelly has put down a strong marker for others to follow with an impressive run along the Deeside Way.
Greek sprinters Kostas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou were cleared of deliberately missing drug tests on this day in 2005.
It would be a gross understatement to say that Dave More has endured an extremely testing year.
The British athletics squad who travelled to the European Indoor Championships in Torun last week have been forced to self-isolate after a member of the support staff returned a positive lateral flow test.
Twelve months ago Kyle Greig was enthusiastically gearing up for a new role as race director of one of the north east’s biggest participation sporting events.
Three years ago, Glynis Buchan set herself a target of running at least 5k every day throughout January.
A new version of an old favourite is planned to go ahead later this year on the trails around Glack Hill near Dunecht in Aberdeenshire.
Zoey Clark is seriously considering competing in next month’s European indoor championships after her record-breaking 400m performance in Glasgow last weekend.
Dina Asher-Smith says she is staying “ready and focused” for the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games to take place this summer.
A letter written by a pioneering Aberdeen athlete reveals how he helped legendary Scottish sprinter Eric Liddell achieve a unique international athletics success.
Stonehaven’s Scotland international sprinter Kelsey Stewart says the 2022 Commonwealth Games 400m qualifying standard is savagely tough – but she’ll give it her best shot.
Organiser Kyle Greig is impressed by the quality of the line-up for next weekend’s Speyside Way ultra-distance trail race despite the absence of Commonwealth Games marathon bronze-medallist Robbie Simpson.
Hungarian international Fanni Gyurko hopes to complete a notable north-east ultra-running double when she competes in October’s Bennachie 50k trail race.
Scotland international Fiona Brian and her Metro Aberdeen clubmates Ginie Barrand and Claire Bruce still don’t know where, when or if they’ll be able to run a marathon this year.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark believes she’ll be in great shape for the next Olympic Games despite not competing at all this year.
Kyle Greig's assault on two ultra distance world records for running on a treadmill ultimately proved unsuccessful, but it certainly wasn't due to any lack of grit or determination on the part of the Metro Aberdeen club member.
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.
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.