Olympic Games organisers are still working on the basis that overseas spectators will be able to attend the event in Tokyo next summer, International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has said.
Helen Scott is confident she and British Cycling are on schedule in their bid to find her a new blind or visually impaired partner for next year’s Paralympic Games after a successful testing weekend in Manchester.
On the day when the Paralympic Games should have been getting under way in Tokyo, Dame Sarah Storey plans to be riding her bike to a campsite in Derbyshire.
Jaco van Gass has compiled an incredible list of achievements since suffering life-changing injuries while serving in Afghanistan just over a decade ago, but competing at a debut Paralympic Games next year could top the lot.
Banchory Great Britain international Robbie Simpson set to miss London Marathon and races abroad to focus on events closer to home
Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is weighing up opportunities to compete in London and Lanzarote in the coming months.
Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw is embracing having another year to prepare for her expected Paralympics debut.
Three-time Olympian Hannah Miley has opened up on the mental challenges of the coronavirus lockdown
Aberdeen athlete Zoey Clark is delighted to "get back to a wee bit of normality".
Team GB sprinter Zoey Clark among elite athletes who will be able to use Aberdeen Sports Village’s outdoor track from this week
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.
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.
Neil Fachie is determined to make the most of his sight.
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.
Neil Fachie has committed himself to competing in the Paralympics next year – and may continue racing for even longer.
Aberdeen sprinter Zoey Clark has given her social media followers an insight into her training during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie is glad a decision was made to postpone this year’s 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.
Paralympic prospect Neil Fachie admits he is concerned that this summer’s games may be cancelled.
Aberdeenshire cyclist Neah Evans hopes a frustrating experience at the World Championships in Berlin will prove beneficial in her Olympic aspirations.
Neil Fachie put himself in pole position for a place at this year’s Paralympics by becoming world champion – but insists there’s still room for improvement.
Athletics: Robbie Simpson keen to show true form at London’s Big Half Marathon with global events approaching
Robbie Simpson hopes to be back to full fitness by the time he competes in the Big Half Marathon in London in March.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie could attempt to top Scotland all-time list at Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Neil Fachie used to think the 2020 Paralympics would be his last major event.
Neil Fachie says unfinished business is driving him on in pursuit of glory at this year’s Paralympics in Tokyo.
Zoey Clark is poised to become the first Aberdeen woman to represent Great Britain at the Olympic Games for 68 years.
World champion para-swimmer Toni Shaw has starred in a video to help launch Scottish Swimming's #SeeMyAbility campaign.
North-east cyclist Neah Evans gets her chance to stake a claim to ride the Olympic Madison next year when she races at the UCI Track World Cup in Glasgow this weekend.
Will Bayley fears the injury that forced him to quit Strictly Come Dancing could rule him out of defending his Paralympic crown in Tokyo next year.
Aberdeen-born sailor Luke Patience will compete at a third Olympic Games after being selected for Tokyo 2020.
Facial recognition technology and 3D athlete-tracking to enhance the viewing experience of the Olympic Games will be used during Tokyo 2020, Intel has said.
The medals to be presented at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have been unveiled, with the metal in each one made using materials from recycled gadgets.
Aberdeen’s Clark: World Relays final was ‘perfect’ moment for Great Britain to experiment with line-up
Zoey Clark says Great Britain’s women’s 4x400m relay team thought their final in Yokohama was a “perfect opportunity” to experiment.