Banchory marathon runner Robbie Simpson hopes the harsh winter weather hasn’t hampered his chances of selection for this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson is chasing selection for two major championships when he competes in an elite-only marathon at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
Organiser Kyle Greig is impressed by the quality of the line-up for next weekend’s Speyside Way ultra-distance trail race despite the absence of Commonwealth Games marathon bronze-medallist Robbie Simpson.
Jason Kelly hopes his run in the Bennachie 50k ultra trail will set him up for another top level outing in next month’s Speyside Way race.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson won the Lairig Ghru mountain marathon but has vowed to return to have another crack at breaking the course record.
Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is weighing up opportunities to compete in London and Lanzarote in the coming months.
Banchory’s Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson hopes to be back racing before too long – he’s just not too sure where it might be.
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.
Metro Aberdeen’s Ginie Barrand says it would be an honour should she be selected to compete for Scotland in the future.
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.
Banchory’s Scotland international marathon and mountain runner Robbie Simpson was happy to get away from the Canary Islands hours before Spain went into lockdown.
Robbie Simpson hopes to be back to full fitness by the time he competes in the Big Half Marathon in London in March.
Despite taking part in his first ultra distance race recently, Banchory’s Robbie Simpson still has an eye on making the Great Britain marathon squad for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Banchory’s Great Britain mountain running international Robbie Simpson is poised to make his debut in the world of ultra-distance running.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is unlikely to be shaking the hand of Eritrean Pedro Mamu at the finish of tomorrow’s Sierre-Zinal run.
Robbie Simpson hopes to secure a place on the Great Britain team for this year’s IAAF world championships in Doha by producing a top-level performance in tomorrow’s Virgin Money London marathon.
Robbie Simpson bids for a third win in six years when he takes his place on the starting line in tomorrow’s Inverness half marathon, which has attracted a record entry of 2,932 runners.
Scotland’s Robbie Simpson was unable to run at full throttle in the Barcelona half marathon – but the Deeside athlete still managed to help another athlete achieve a record-breaking performance.
Despite a Commonwealth Games marathon bronze in Australia last year, Robbie Simpson isn’t interested in going to the IAAF World Athletics Championships in the autumn.
Robbie Simpson’s stirring bronze medal marathon success at the Commonwealth Games in April was undoubtedly the most outstanding achievement by a north-east male athlete in 2018.
Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson says taking part in the RunBalmoral races as a youngster was one of the factors which inspired him to become more seriously involved in athletics.
Robbie Simpson received a big surprise when he won the Montreux les Rochers de Naye mountain race in Switzerland for the third year in a row.
Aberdeen BHGE 10km champion Robbie Simpson flies out to Switzerland this weekend to begin his preparations for the Zermatt alpine mountain marathon in early July.
A North-east runner who is representing Scotland at next month’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games inspired local pupils to take on a running challenge this year.
Scotland international Robbie Simpson plans to fine tune his preparations for next month’s Commonwealth Games Marathon.
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson is clear favourite to win tomorrow’s Kinloss to Lossiemouth half marathon which has attracted a capacity field of 350 competitors.
After racing in France and Scotland either side of the New Year, Robbie Simpson is now in Spain preparing for the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Three North-east athletes were today named in Team Scotland for the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, next year.
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.