GINA AITKEN'S unbeaten run finally ended yesterday, but fellow Scot Bruce Mouat continued his winning ways at the World Junior Championships in Tallinn.
TRACK cycling and gymnastics will not be part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games programme if Durban's bid to host the event is successful.
Sire De Grugy will be sporting some eyecatching footwear as he defends his Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase title at Cheltenham next week.
SCOTTISH para-cycling legend Aileen McGlynn has said she is calling time on her sporting career.
CHARLIE FLYNN has had to pull out of his second professional fight against Nigerian Ideh Ochuko, which was scheduled for the Thistle Hotel on Friday night.
The Lottery was never destined to enrich Jamie Bowie beyond his wildest dreams.
Kirsty Gilmour heads into one of the biggest tournaments of her season this week having been boosted by picking up a prestigious award in her home city.
DAME Sarah Storey was unsuccessful in her effort to break the hour world record at the Olympic velodrome, but she did set a British and Paralympian C5 best.
Aintree or Ayr beckons for Glingerburn after he dazz-led in the totescoop6 Premier Kelso Hurdle at the Borders circuit.
SCOTLAND'S players get back to swinging their camans on Saturday with new Camanachd Association president Jim Barr upbeat despite last- minute teething problems with the fledgling National League.
CHARLIE Flynn is picking his battles in the same calm, discerning manner he chooses his shots in the boxing ring.
THERE is nothing truly pre-destined, of course, but even if a talent for athletics was not locked into the code of Kirsten McAslan's DNA, then familial enthusiasm would surely have won her round.
FALKIRK FURY completed the Scottish domestic double on Friday by retaining their SNBL League title with a crushing 115-53 victory over Glasgow Rocks B team at the Mariner Centre.
GARY CORNISH, the undefeated heavyweight from Inverness, faces a possible defining moment in his career this evening in his quest to make history by becoming the first Scot to be crowned British heavyweight champion.
TYSON FURY admits his decision to take on Christian Hammer this weekend was a gamble, but does not expect it to derail his lofty plans to unify the heavyweight division.