A former banker has said he feels “reborn” after he set the world record for running a marathon in every country in the world.
Running – no matter how fast, far or often – is linked to a significantly lower risk of earlier death, according to new research.
"I decided I wanted to create a legacy. If I can’t run, then I want people to run and experience it. “I know I am terminal but I got the chance to run for three years cancer-free."
Metro Aberdeen’s Cameron Strachan is among the favourites to win the 10K at tomorrow’s Baxters festival of running which has attracted 9,400 runners to Inverness.
A running event is to be held in Aberdeen later this year to raise funds to help men’s health.
More than 400 runners pulled on their trainers to help raise £4,000 for north-east charities.
Here's a full list of all the road closures for this weekend's BHGE 10K run in Aberdeen.
A north-east pensioner is lacing up her trainers for a 10k run – after taking up the sport at 70.
A running festival is gearing up to take over a historic north-east castle estate.
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian will be aiming for a fast time when she joins 30,000 other runners on the starting line for the 123rd annual Boston marathon in 11 days.
Sprint star Zoey Clark is keen to be involved in an exciting new event which is to feature in this year’s world championships in Doha and in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Banchory Stonehaven AC sprinter Alisha Rees is targeting a medal at this summer’s European under-23 track and field championships in Sweden.
A Czech runner living in Peterhead will take part in her first Scottish road race when she lines up with thousands of other participants in the Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run next weekend.
"We thought we would trial a run just for the ladies this year, to see if we can remove some barriers to participation – Sport Scotland agreed that this was a great idea with not many female-only runs on the go in this area"
An Aberdeen medical practice hopes to prescribe active lifestyles to its patients by becoming the first in the north-east to be named an official Parkrun practice.
Regular running makes people happier and more confident in everyday life, according to research.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
Leisure chain David Lloyd is trialling a service to motivate gym-goers by letting them binge-watch their favourite show while on a run.
This week, Briony Stewart from the Sport Aberdeen health and wellness team explains the importance of hydration on your big race preparation.
An Aberdeen woman is returning to her home city to take part in a running festival as part of a 175-kilometre charity attempt.
A North-east fundraiser is preparing for her next mammoth challenge – running 320 miles from Aberdeen to Ireland.
An Aberdeen mum who is taking on the London marathon is holding a charity night to raise cash for a charity close to her heart.
The first Scottish club in a global social running network for women is being set up in Inverurie.
Jenni Rees-Jenkins, celebrating her victory in the Scottish ultra marathon race series, is already planning more epic long distance adventures in 2018.
Organisers have marked the opening of entries for next year’s BHGE 10k Running Festival by giving away the first space for the event.
Runners, walkers and joggers will be able to go the distance at Aberdeen Beach thanks to a new fitness project.
Thousands of runners have taken part in the first ever Great Aberdeen Run. Competing across two distances, a 10K and a half marathon, the course took athletes around the city centre, Aberdeen Beach and Old Aberdeen. For more pictures, and every runner’s time, see our special 20-page supplement in today’s Evening Express
Deeside distance runner Robbie Simpson isn't dwelling too much on the disappointment of having to withdraw from next month's world athletics championships in London.
An Aberdeen primary school running club has raised thousands of pounds for charity.
The organiser of a major running event, which will take place in Aberdeen later this year, has said it is good to be back in the city.