Kemnay athlete Alix Still has earned another opportunity to crack the Scottish women’s indoor pentathlon record before the end of the winter season.
Three years ago, Glynis Buchan set herself a target of running at least 5k every day throughout January.
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.
Banchory marathon runner Robbie Simpson hopes the harsh winter weather hasn’t hampered his chances of selection for this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
The Dee 33-mile ultra race, due to take place on March 13, has been cancelled and won’t be rescheduled for any other date in 2021.
Scotland international hill runner Hamish Battle wouldn’t be bothered in the slightest if the wintry weather hangs around for another few months.
Zoey Clark is seriously considering competing in next month’s European indoor championships after her record-breaking 400m performance in Glasgow last weekend.
Torphins athlete Alisha Rees gets the first of only two chances to achieve a European Indoor Championships qualifying time when she competes at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena today.
Aberdeen’s Olympic 400m hopeful Zoey Clark is so happy to be back in competitive action after a gap of more than 15 months.
Like so many other runners, Westhill’s Sarah Wallace has been creative in giving herself new challenges during the various spells of lockdown over the past nine months.
North-east athlete Alix Still is enjoying life to the full in the United States and has no plans to return home on a permanent basis any time soon.
A letter written by a pioneering Aberdeen athlete reveals how he helped legendary Scottish sprinter Eric Liddell achieve a unique international athletics success.
Bryan Kinghorn has put down a significant long-distance marker for others to try to beat.
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian has been invited to compete in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trial at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
Metro Aberdeen’s Ilona Kriauzaite has been inspired to run to the top of every Munro after reading about the remarkable exploits of Bathgate hill walker Hazel Strachan.
Metro Aberdeen’s Jason Kelly hopes to defend his title in the
Dee 33-mile ultra distance race which is scheduled to take place on March 13.
Aberdeen Amateur Athletic Club (AAC) president Mark Davidson says a £1,000 grant from Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme will allow their community efforts to continue – despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stonehaven’s Scotland international sprinter Kelsey Stewart says the 2022 Commonwealth Games 400m qualifying standard is savagely tough – but she’ll give it her best shot.
Norwegian runner Julie Brox is expected to make an impact on the north-east running scene in 2021 once more races appear on the fixture list.
Sean Chalmers believes a move to Aberdeen will enhance his running career and could lead to him making a serious bid for a place on the Scotland team for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Russell Willox is relishing the prospect of guiding the future development of one of Scotland’s biggest running clubs.
Aberdeen AAC’s Michael Ferguson is to compete in an elite 5k road race at the Fife Cycle Park near Lochgelly on Saturday.
One of the key players behind the success of Metro Aberdeen Running Club in recent years is moving to France.
Claire Bruce has salvaged more than a little satisfaction from what has been a difficult year for most runners.
When Stonehaven athlete Chris Cowley announced he was going to run the entire 145 miles of the Aberdeenshire coastline from St Cyrus Nature Reserve in the south to Cullen on the Moray Firth, none of his friends batted an eyelid.
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.
Chris Richardson was relieved to finally get a marathon under his belt in 2020 after 14 previous attempts fell by the wayside because of postponements and cancellations.
Isaiah Kosgei is encouraging north-east runners to join him in a virtual half marathon to raise funds for his latest charitable project.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson won the Lairig Ghru mountain marathon but has vowed to return to have another crack at breaking the course record.
Banchory Stonehaven AC sprinter Alisha Rees has chosen to miss this weekend’s British athletics championships in Manchester and will now focus her efforts on earning a place on the Great Britain team for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.