Zoey Clark will bid for her fifth major championship medal when she represents Great Britain in next month’s European Indoor Championships at Torun, Poland.
British Athletics head coach Christian Malcolm has no doubts that Katarina Johnson-Thompson will be fit and firing in time for the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer.
Amy Williams secured Britain’s first solo Winter Olympics gold for 30 years with victory in the women’s skeleton on this day in 2010.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson hopes he has kept on track for Tokyo Olympics selection despite winter weather
Banchory marathon runner Robbie Simpson hopes the harsh winter weather hasn’t hampered his chances of selection for this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Zoey Clark is seriously considering competing in next month’s European indoor championships after her record-breaking 400m performance in Glasgow last weekend.
Jenny Jones defied the odds to write her name in British sporting history in Sochi.
Boris Johnson has warned he is ready to override elements of the Brexit divorce settlement relating to Northern Ireland to prevent a trade barrier developing in the Irish Sea.
Athletics: Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian invited to run in British trial to determine Olympic marathon team
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian has been invited to compete in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trial at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
Olympic gold medallist Alex Danson-Bennett is ready to take motherhood in her stride having battled back from a career-ending head injury.
Athletics: Aberdeen sprinter Zoey Clark won’t risk South Africa trip as she opts for Tokyo Olympics preparations at home
Great Britain international sprinter Zoey Clark has decided to forego the sunshine of South Africa in favour of staying in Aberdeen next month to begin her Olympic Games preparations.
Half of adults across the country are planning to form a Christmas bubble, new figures show.
Dog, cat and ferret owners must follow new rules if they wish to travel to the EU or Northern Ireland with their pet following Brexit.
Banchory Great Britain international Robbie Simpson set to miss London Marathon and races abroad to focus on events closer to home
Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is weighing up opportunities to compete in London and Lanzarote in the coming months.
Aberdeenshire’s Meryl Cooper hopes to get back to some serious racing by travelling to France later in the year.
Aberdeen athlete Zoey Clark is delighted to "get back to a wee bit of normality".
Great Britain mountain running international Robbie Simpson is planning an epic 85-mile run from the mouth of the River Dee to its source high in the Cairngorms.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark and Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees are two of Britain’s top sprinters – but they are only following in the footsteps of some long forgotten north-east pioneers of women’s athletics.
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson is unlikely to compete in this year’s London marathon as the race will no longer have a bearing on who represents Great Britain in the rescheduled Olympics.
Aberdeen AAC’s Great Britain international Zoey Clark is relieved that the Tokyo Olympic Games have finally been postponed and will now in all likelihood be held in 2021.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie is glad a decision was made to postpone this year’s Olympics.
As Neil Fachie gets ready to begin his tilt at more World Championship glory, the Aberdonian does so fuelled by a sense of unfinished business.
University of Aberdeen student Kim Beattie finished sixth in the double mini trampoline world championships in Tokyo, Japan.
Beattie’s ‘incredible’ trampoline, tumbling and DMT world championships silver success with Great Britain
Kim Beattie says it feels “incredible” to have secured another silver medal at the trampoline, tumbling and DMT world championships.
Aberdeen’s Kai Crawford picked up a clutch of medals when representing Great Britain at the world biathe and triathe championships at St Petersburg, Florida.
Aberdeen’s Zoey Clark and the GB women’s 4 x 400 relay team narrowly missed out on a medal in a dramatic final day at the World Athletics Championships.
Aberdeen's Neil Fachie has taken silver in the men's tandem B 1km time trial at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Appeldoorn in the Netherlands.
Aberdeen’s Zoey Clark made up for individual disappointment by helping Great Britain win a silver medal in the 4x400m relay at the European Indoor Athletics Championships.
A Fraserburgh boxer has taken her first international gold in Finland.
Aberdeen Lynx captain Christian Johnson represented the Granite City playing for the Great Britain University squad in Sheffield.
An Aberdeen hairdresser has placed third in an international contest.