Aberdeen's Scotland 1500m international Myles Edwards has persuaded three former world record holders to come to the North-east.
Places are still available for the coaching sessions and seminar to be conducted by Wilson Kipsang, Gideon Gathimba and Dave Moorcroft at Aberdeen Sports Village on Sunday.
Rio Olympic Marathon runner Derek Hawkins has expressed his admiration for the Balmoral races which, he says, do so much to encourage people of all ages to get involved in running.
Michael Ferguson's cross country season has been brought to a shuddering end following a freak fall at a major race in England.
Two Commonwealth Games hopefuls have received a boost by being selected for the Scottish Athletics Supported Athletes' squad.
Aberdeen AAC's Robbie Farquhar hopes more honours will be coming his way after producing a series of excellent performances in the Scottish Under-17 Indoor Championships.
Alisa Rees has already broken one Scottish record this year.
Banchory's Alisha Rees today admitted surprise at smashing a 35-year-old track record.
Aberdeen AAC's Desmond Ojei is full of confidence going into this weekend's Scottish Indoor Championships at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.
Montrose athlete Ruairidh Campbell enjoys competing in the North-east and hopes for more success when he returns in March.
Ellie Buchan hopes to build on her fine three-mile race victory in the Gathimba Edwards Foundation cross country meeting at Haddo House.