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Celtic remain untouchable to their Premiership rivals despite Aberdeen's continuing ascent

Programme Name: Dead Man Cycling - TX: 04/08/2015 - Episode: n/a (No. n/a) - Picture Shows:  David Smith - (C) Wildcat Documentaries - Photographer: Screengrab (33851567)

When suffering is all that stands between an athlete and their goal, David Smith at least knows he can overcome

Spiers on Sport: incredible news – Hibs won’t sell best player to title rival

Spiers on Sport: incredible news – Hibs won’t sell best player to title rival

Jen Welter puts on an Arizona Cardinals helmet after being named as a linebacker coach for pre-season

Jen Welter's draft into NFL hotseat is another cardinal step for women in sport

An emotional farewell at the end of Tom Watson's 40 year association with the Open Championship

Sporting memories as evocative as soundtracks to our lives

Why Scotland should approach World Cup qualifiers against Auld Enemy England with hope not expectation

Why Scotland should approach World Cup qualifiers against Auld Enemy England with hope not expectation

File photo dated 11-06-2015 of Wales' manager Chris Coleman. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Sunday July 26, 2015. Chris Coleman believes Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid - and that Wales will benefit from the forward's decision. See PA story SOC

What they said . . .

All eyes are on the English Premier League nowadays after their multi-billion-pound TV deals with Sky among others

We're through the looking glass with football TV money . . . who gave them the rights?

Spiers on Sport: Scott Allan is a sideshow in the greater good of Rangers

Spiers on Sport: Scott Allan is a sideshow in the greater good of Rangers

16/07/15 IPC SWIMMING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 
TOLLCROSS INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING CENTRE - GLASGOW
Fans of Team GB's Andrew Mullen cheer him on during the Mens 50m Butterfly S5 Final (33021136)

To create a Commonwealth Games legacy, every one of us must play our part

Paul Dunne had a memorable Open but still left empty handed

Paul Dunne's Open exploits only serve to underline the need for aggressive tax policies and salary caps for sport's best

Great Britain's Andy Murray (left) and Jamie Murray (right)  in action during day two of the Davis Cup Quarter Finals between Great Britain and France at the Queen's Club, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 18, 2015. See PA story

The one-family-team triumph at Queen's Club was a garden party showcasing tennis's relationship with privilege

New Rangers signing Andy Halliday, right, spent the second half of last season at English League One club Bradford City.

Only time will tell if Mark Warburton's Rangers recruitment drive has been shrewd or stingy

Peter Pawlett (right) celebrates after scoring Aberdeen's second goal

Aberdeen show the way in Europe

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal introduces three new signings (left to right): Morgan Schneiderlin, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Matteo Darmian

Ed the red plays hard ball

Open to the elements: Rain and wind led to the 144th Open finishing on a Monday (Picture: PA)

Groans, gripes and golf. It's all part of a long Open week

The Open has come a long way thanks to those who have come a long way . . .

The Open has come a long way thanks to those who have come a long way . . .

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 12:  Serena Williams attends the Wimbledon Champions Dinner at The Guildhall on July 12, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images). (31767760)

Serena Williams should be celebrated as one of the greatest athletes ever, it's time hidebound attitudes towards the female figure were left behind . . .

Spiers on Sport: Portrait of St Andrews, a beautiful, bloodied place

Spiers on Sport: Portrait of St Andrews, a beautiful, bloodied place

Ronny Deila, the Celtic manager, showed no signs of pressure on Friday night ahead of the Champions League qualifier with Stjarnan.

Forgiveness will not be forthcoming for Ronny Deila if Celtic come up short in Champions League quest

Young Tom photo find prompts comparisons of style and substance

Young Tom photo find prompts comparisons of style and substance

Battle of heavyweights as Coe rolls out backers for IAAF presidency bid

Gender gap is growing in tennis just as other sports narrow the gap

Boy wonder: Jordan Spieth won the John Deere Classic Trophy ahead of this week's Open Championship (Picture: Getty)

The old meets the new as St Andrews welcomes Spieth

Easy does it for Celtic

A rough artist's impression of how Wimbledon would look if it were staged in Drumchapel

If tennis grand slams were staged in Scotland, they'd probably go like this . . .

TEAM EFFORT: Usain Bolt celebrates Jamaica's men's 4x100m relay final victory at Glasgow 2014.

Book has inside track on Jamaica's sprint talent but no answer to big question

Even in paying tribute the chauvinists still get it wrong...

Kari's war on the chauvinists is perhaps finally being won

Verabl volley: Donald Trump's controversial comments  about Mexicans have caused a sizeable stir

Trump's trumpeting leaves golf in uncomfortable position

Parkhead fans and the media go wild as Roy Keane is unveiled at Celtic Park back in 2005

They weren't big or clever, but halcyon days of Scottish transfer bedlam were indisputably fun

Nadir Ciftci is just what Celtic need... and vice-versa

Andy Roddick: My favourite second-best Wimbledon player ever

Andy Roddick: My favourite second-best Wimbledon player ever

Drugs make headlines but money is a sporting performance enhancer too

 

A tale of two courts: It's not just the most deprived young Scots who are being denied exposure to tennis

Scottish teams must banish hard luck stories for Euro progress

Scottish teams must banish hard luck stories for Euro progress

A bridge too far?: Final qualifying for next month's Open at St Andrews takes place this week (Picture: PA)

A mountain to climb but Open dreams can still come true

Spiers on Sport: Andy Murray's endless desire brings him back to SW19

Spiers on Sport: Andy Murray's endless desire brings him back to SW19

TRAVEL PRECAUTIONS: But St Johnstone fans should have plenty to write home about from Yerevan

Far-flung outposts of Europe anything but a nightmare for Scottish football fans

Colombia's David Ospina blocks a shot from Sergio Aguero during the Copa America quarter-final Photograph: Reuters

When being No 1 is just not good enough

Spiers on Sport: Battered and bruised, Scottish football is still a fine thing

Spiers on Sport: Battered and bruised, Scottish football is still a fine thing

LEAVING THEM TO IT: Is Wimbledon really worth the wait? Well, aye, it really is

Wimbledon, in the flesh? It's tasty, but I've had my fill of it

 

Thirty years on since Boris Becker won his maiden Wimbledon title . . . and at just 17, changed the face of tennis

Rangers chairman Dave King at Ibrox.

Rangers fans still supportive of new Ibrox regime - but Dave King and his cohorts must make good on promises

Cycling superman Graeme Obree

Pregacy: failing to deliver on expectations in Scottish sport

The wonder of Wimbledon gets us all in the end

The wonder of Wimbledon gets us all in the end

Referee Enrique Osses shows a red card to Neymar Photograph: EPA

Brazil have to find a way to shine without their biggest star

Fitba. You cannae forget it. Even if you try

Eileen Gray, far left, forced British cycling towards a level playing field throughout her career

The glass ceiling still looms large over women's sport, but plenty have put cracks in it over the years

Immortalised at Elland Road, Billy Bremner's place in football lore is a reminder of a time when Scottish state schools routinely produced sporting icons

Academic scrutiny could help transform Scottish sport if is truly independent

Spiers on Sport: Mark Warburton is the risk Rangers take to find success

Spiers on Sport: Mark Warburton is the risk Rangers take to find success

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