Kim Daybell was planning to take extended leave from his job as a junior doctor next week to focus full-time on preparations for his third Paralympic Games.
Aberdeen swim star Toni Shaw says the postponement of September’s Paralympics in Japan is “definitely good news”.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach hopes shifting the Tokyo Games to next summer can see it become a triumphant “celebration of humanity” after the coronavirus pandemic has passed.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach hopes the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Games to next year can eventually help lead the world out of a “dark tunnel” following the coronavirus pandemic.
The Olympic Games, the greatest sporting show on Earth, has been put back to 2021 as the world works to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control.
The physical burden of preparing for Tokyo 2020 under global lockdown pales in comparison to its psychological impact, according to former Olympian and sports science expert Greg Whyte.
Five-time Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds has opened up about her experience at the 2016 Rio Games that led to her taking a year out from swimming.
Will Bayley is on target to defend his Paralympic table tennis title in Tokyo despite dropping out of Strictly Come Dancing due to an injury.
Television presenter and military veteran JJ Chalmers can today be revealed as the host of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie admitted he thought he had gone slow after setting an unofficial world record.
A north-east shooter has been nominated for one of Aberdeen’s prestigious sports awards.
A paralympic and Commonwealth Games cycling hero has taken to a different track for his first experience driving a car.
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.
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.
Neil Fachie insists he is determined to come back stronger after securing silver in Rio.
Aberdeen's Neil Fachie today admitted to mixed emotions after claiming Paralympic silver medal glory in Rio.
Aberdeen's Neil Fachie was today praised for a "world class performance" to win Paralympic silver.
Aberdeen cycle hero Neil Fachie today secured a silver medal at the Paralmpics in Rio.
Size matters for Paralympic gold medal hopeful Neil Fachie.