Aberdeen’s Rob Sinclair is in line to represent Great Britain for the first time after producing a series of outstanding record-breaking performances during 2017.
Jenni Rees-Jenkins, celebrating her victory in the Scottish ultra marathon race series, is already planning more epic long distance adventures in 2018.
Metro Aberdeen’s Scotland international Fiona Brian believes her club’s women’s squad is ready to challenge for more honours on the cross country and road running stage over the next few months.
Three North-east athletes were today named in Team Scotland for the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, next year.
Athletics: Deeside runner Robbie going all out to make history in East District cross country championships
Robbie Simpson travels to Livingston on Saturday with the aim of becoming the first north-east athlete for 35 years to win the senior men’s title in the East District cross country championships.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark has been busy collecting awards for her summer track achievements over the past couple of weeks but that hasn’t stopped her from laying the foundations for a busy 2018 season.
Metro Aberdeen’s Kyle Greig will travel to New Zealand’s North Island in a bid to secure a Great Britain call-up for next year’s world ultra-distance trail-running championships in Spain.
Hardcore multi-sports enthusiast Alan Semple is urging more runners to tackle the Repsol Sinopec Devil of Deeside Challenge at next year’s Run Balmoral races.
Excellent track record puts Banchory-Stonehaven’s Alisha in running for U20 Athlete of the Year award
Banchory-Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees has been shortlisted for the Scottish under-20 athlete of the year award while her mentor, Willy Russell, is in line forthe national development coach award.
Aberdeen AAC’s Michael Ferguson is confident his club can achieve a podium position in this weekend’s cross country relay championships at Cumbernauld.
The Milne Trophy has a very colourful history with controversy and bitter ill feeling emerging at the end of the 1902 championship race when it was first competed for.
An historic road-running cup which was first competed for over a century ago has mysteriously reappeared after being missing for many years.
Kayleigh Jarrett is enjoying her running career in the United States but is looking forward to a return visit to the North-east.
Talented sprinter Joda Kokovworho is preparing to get down to some serious winter training after enjoying a memorable first nine months of competition with Aberdeen AAC.
Aberdeen AAC’s Anisha Badial won the under-20 women’s title at the Scottish trail running championships despite almost missing the beginning of the race at Falkland in Fife.
Deeside’s Great Britain mountain running international Robbie Simpson has returned from his base in Germany in time to compete in tomorrow’s inaugural Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run, which has attracted close to 8,000 competitors.
Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Great Britain international Alisha Rees will chase a Commonwealth Games 200m qualifying standard when she competes in the Scottish Senior Track and Field Championships at Grangemouth this weekend.
Sir Mo Farah triumphed at the Diamond League in Birmingham as he signed off with his final track race in Britain.
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark won a silver medal as Great Britain finished second in the women’s 4x400m relay to boost the hosts’ World Championships medal tally.
Former Welsh junior international 800m track runner Jess Parson is making her mark on the North-east road running scene.
Zoey Clark’s hopes of one final top class international 400m race prior to the World Championships fell by the wayside because of travel chaos at Gatwick Airport.
Deeside distance runner Robbie Simpson isn't dwelling too much on the disappointment of having to withdraw from next month's world athletics championships in London.
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark won't pursue an opportunity to compete in this weekend's Diamond League meeting in London as she prefers to concentrate on preparing for next month's world championships at the same venue.
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark clinched her place in next month's world championships winning the women's 400 metres title in the British athletics championships at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium.
Rising hill running star Hamish Battle believes he is ready to tackle another big challenge when he competes in tomorrow's Lairig Ghru mountain marathon.
The organiser of a major running event, which will take place in Aberdeen later this year, has said it is good to be back in the city.
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark will attempt to move closer to major championship qualifying times when she competes in the 400m at Saturday's Geneva international meeting.
Aberdeen Baker Hughes 10K women's champion Fiona Brian is contemplating a fast marathon performance later this year.
Fiona Brian has led the Metro Aberdeen women's squad to an unprecedented double gold medal-winning success in the London Marathon.
Work was set to start on a new sports facility in a North-east community today.