WITH only 100 days to go until the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa, the 12 athletes who will represent Scotland in the sports of archery, boxing, squash and weightlifting have been named.
A heroic solo ride by Katie Archibald gave the Scot victory in the second round of the 2015 Matrix Fitness Grand Prix Series in Motherwell.
EILIDH CHILD finished only sixth in her season debut over 400m hurdles at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava last night.
RISING teenage star Hamish Imrie has added another significant notch to his rapidly growing CV.
EDINBURGH'S David Florence has vowed to set the record straight at this week's European Slalom Championships in Markkleeberg, near Leipzig.
SCOTTISH prospect Hannah Peacock is set to earn her senior Great Britain debut against Spain tomorrow in Bilbao after being included in a 12-strong squad for the team's final three warm-ups ahead of next month's EuroBasket Women.
LAURA MUIR laid down a marker for the new season last night with second place over 3000m at the Hengelo Meeting in the Netherlands, writes Mark Woods.
A TERRIBLE error of judgment by his Mercedes team cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the Monaco Grand Prix and handed it gift-wrapped to his team-mate and rival Nico Rosberg.
DAVID Florence has a gap on his curriculum vitae.
LEWIS Hamilton is not getting carried away with his first Monaco pole position, rejecting the notion that victory is all but assured today.
THESE days Eileen Roe can generally be found with her backside parked in one of two places: a plane seat or a bike saddle.
THEY say never go back because it will only end in disappointment and for many sporting heroes it is true.
IT must be hoped that looks are indeed often deceptive.
GRANGE'S chances of making the European Club Champions Trophy final took a nose-dive when they went down 3-2 to Stroitel Brest from Belarus in their opening pool match.