Paralympic prospect Neil Fachie admits he is concerned that this summer’s games may be cancelled.
Neil Fachie put himself in pole position for a place at this year’s Paralympics by becoming world champion – but insists there’s still room for improvement.
Aberdeen's Neil Fachie was forced to settle for silver in the men's sprint at the UCI Para-cycling World Championship in Milton, Canada.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie was thrilled to reclaim the 1km time trial gold at the UCI Para-cycling World Championship in Canada.
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.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie could attempt to top Scotland all-time list at Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Neil Fachie used to think the 2020 Paralympics would be his last major event.
Neil Fachie says unfinished business is driving him on in pursuit of glory at this year’s Paralympics in Tokyo.
Aberdeen para-cycling icon Neil Fachie is today celebrating 10 years since his first Para-cycling Track World Championships victory.
Neil Fachie was pleased to bounce back from disappointment to claim his 13th Para-cycling Track World Championship gold medal.
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.
Team GB’s Cundy backed by Fachie in row over lack of live streaming at Para-cycling Track World Championships
Neil Fachie has backed Great Britain team-mate Jody Cundy’s scathing criticism of the UCI over the lack of live streaming this weekend.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie will be “giving it everything” to earn two more golds at the Para-cycling Track World Championships this weekend.
Aberdeen paracyclist Neil Fachie has once again broken the world record in the men’s tandem B 1km time trial with partner Matt Rotherham.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie admitted he thought he had gone slow after setting an unofficial world record.
Aberdeen's golden boy Neil Fachie thinks it’s “pivotal” he comes top in every event he enters ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
A paralympic and Commonwealth Games cycling hero has taken to a different track for his first experience driving a car.
Chuckling Fachie says going for record haul of Commonwealth Games golds in Birmingham is not out of the question
Aberdeen’s golden boy Neil Fachie could yet be at Birmingham 2022 attempting to become Scotland’s most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete.
Cyclist Neah Evans was delighted after the atmosphere in the Anna Meares velodrome spurred her to double Commonwealth Games medal glory.
Aberdeen cyclist Neil Fachie has won his second gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Aberdeen cyclist Neil Fachie was delighted to get Team Scotland’s Gold Coast goldrush under way.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie followed up double world success by defending his kilo title at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games this morning.
Defending Commonwealth Games champion Neil Fachie has arrived in Australia for the Gold Coast Games – and he’s only missing his bike.
Aberdeen cyclist Neil Fachie has purged his Paralympics pain by winning double gold in the men’s B 1km time trial and sprint at the Para-cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janeiro.
North-east sporting stars have backed plans for a proposed multimillion-pound health village on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Double Commonwealth champion Neil Fachie has revealed his excitement after his place in Team Scotland for April's Gold Coast Games was confirmed.
Six more North-east athletes will go for gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April – including double Glasgow Games gold medallist Neil Fachie.
We’re For Aberdeen Initiative to launch at dinner highlighting ‘very best’ Granite City has to offer
A dinner celebrating the best of Aberdeen is to be held by one of the city’s oldest organisations.
Neil Fachie thinks the “hard discussions” surrounding para-sport’s classification scandal are positive.
Fachie busy making plans for his retirement – but don’t rule him out of going past Tokyo Games in 2020
Paralympic champion Neil Fachie is not ruling out his cycling career continuing past Tokyo 2020.
Sporting hero Neil Fachie has spoken of his delight after of a lost world championship gold medal was returned.