Kemnay athlete Alix Still has earned another opportunity to crack the Scottish women’s indoor pentathlon record before the end of the winter season.
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.
Ellen White has stressed her desire to get even better as England prepare to return to action under new interim boss Hege Riise.
Sandy MacIver is relishing the possibility of heading to the Tokyo Olympics with Great Britain this summer – nine years after being a torch carrier.
Banchory marathon runner Robbie Simpson hopes the harsh winter weather hasn’t hampered his chances of selection for this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Ellen White is looking forward to picking the brain of England interim head coach Hege Riise.
Zoey Clark is seriously considering competing in next month’s European indoor championships after her record-breaking 400m performance in Glasgow last weekend.
Former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain feels it would be “weird” if the Lionesses’ new interim boss Hege Riise was not appointed as manager of Great Britain’s team for the Tokyo Olympics.
Hege Riise is set to either manage or be assistant boss of Great Britain’s team at the Tokyo Olympics this summer, the Football Association has said.
Aberdeen’s Olympic 400m hopeful Zoey Clark is so happy to be back in competitive action after a gap of more than 15 months.
Manchester United Women head coach Casey Stoney has ruled herself out of contention to lead Team GB into the Tokyo Olympics.
The number of Olympic and Paralympic athletes accessing support from the British Athletes Commission more than doubled in 2020, the representative body has announced.
London 2012 chief Sir Keith Mills has poured fresh doubt on whether the delayed Tokyo Olympics will take place, insisting rising coronavirus rates make it “unlikely” to happen.
Olympic organisers need to set a deadline to say whether the Tokyo Games will go ahead this summer, according to a former Team GB star.
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian has been invited to compete in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trial at London’s Kew Gardens in March.
Great Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic chiefs are adamant there will be no compromise on the size or ambitions of their respective delegations despite ongoing uncertainty over the status of this summer’s delayed Games.
Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams has welcomed the outcome of a review into the Metropolitan Police’s use of handcuffs after she was subjected to a stop and search.
Metropolitan Police officers will have to justify their use of handcuffs following a review launched after the stop and search of Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams.
Neil Fachie is hoping to hit the heights twice in 2021 as he aims for Paralympic gold and a trek to Everest base camp.
Great Britain international sprinter Zoey Clark has decided to forego the sunshine of South Africa in favour of staying in Aberdeen next month to begin her Olympic Games preparations.
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.
A body has been found in the search for a running champion who went missing in the Perthshire hills.
Searches are continuing today for a north-east Team GB runner who has been reported missing in hills.
A documentary-maker hopes to raise the profile of his friend and subject Neil Fachie.
Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is weighing up opportunities to compete in London and Lanzarote in the coming months.
Aberdeenshire’s Meryl Cooper hopes to get back to some serious racing by travelling to France later in the year.
Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw is embracing having another year to prepare for her expected Paralympics debut.
Aberdeen athlete Zoey Clark is delighted to "get back to a wee bit of normality".
Some of the north-east's top athletics stars will be able to access the outdoor track at Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) from this week.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark and Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees are two of Britain’s top sprinters – but they are only following in the footsteps of some long forgotten north-east pioneers of women’s athletics.