Scotland will not secure qualification for the 2020 UEFA European championships, despite Russia’s four-year ban from all major […]
Teenage diver Tom Daley left Edinburgh with a win after finishing first in the 10m platform final in […]
By Steven Robson Britain’s most decorated Olympian has today announced his decision to retire from international cycling. Sir […]
The 59th edition of the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Award is almost upon us. On 16th […]
Napier Graduate Lynsey Sharp was turned away from Meadowbank Stadium this week as result of poor ground management. […]
The Olympic torch will start its 8.000 miles journey on May 19th and will visit every British nation […]
By Alagappan Muthu The Edinburgh skyline will feature a shiny new addition this summer in celebration of London […]
by Kirsten Hayley Waller The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) is applying to Historic Scotland […]
byLori Carnochan and Emma Craig
A Labour Councillor has condemned the Scottish Government for its lack of support for an active youth scheme.
The scheme is being run by the East of Scotland Institute for Sport with the goal of making Edinburgh the most physically active capital in Europe by 2020.
James Bradley. A new Olympics is being planned by China next year for robots. The event will be […]
By Tracy Norris Are you exceptionally tall and athletic? Do you dream of being on the Olympic podium? […]
By Leroy Carter and Peter Simpson
Two of Scotland’s most popular sports golf and rugby union are set to return to the Olympics, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced.
The IOC voted to include the two sports in the 2016 games at their Congress in Copenhagen on Friday.
Gordon Mckie, the Scottish Rugby Union‘s Chief Executive, welcomed the decision, saying that “rugby will be given a massive global boost as a consequence of this decision”.
Both sports have appeared at the Olympics in the past. Golf was only played twice, while 15-a-side rugby was part of the programme until 1924.
By Matthew Robertson Taxpayers have once again paid the price, as it has been announced that over the […]
by Michael Fern Saunders in the Beijing Olympics A British Olympic boxer was held by police yesterday under suspicion […]