Lure of the open road leads Dylan Hughes to the Caribbean
There is nothing better than getting out on the open road on your bike according to North Berwick teenager Dylan Hughes – and now he is preparing to head to the Bahamas and represent Scotland in his chosen sport.
James Heatly describes how he plotted way to Euro diving bronze
Capital diver James Heatly has expressed his delight after he and synchro partner Freddie Woodward managed to hold their nerve and pull out one of their best ever dives when it was needed at the weekend in Kiev.
Greg Lobban wins his ‘biggest squash title to date’
Edinburgh-based squash player Greg Lobban celebrated his “biggest title to date” after completing a hat-trick in New Zealand but Lisa Aitken failed to make it a unique ‘Double Double’ for Heriot-Watt University’s Oriam performance centre after losing her final in Waikato.
Time penalties costs David Florence a silver medal in Prague
Edinburgh’s David Florence and the rest of the world’s top canoeists were all caught out by a fiendishly-difficult course as the triple world champion finished fifth in the C1 slalom final at the World Cup in Prague.
Scottish stars Aitken and Lobban win squash titles in New Zealand
Edinburgh-based squash players Lisa Aitken and Greg Lobban landed a unique double for Heriot-Watt University’s Oriam centre after winning the finals at the New Zealand International Classic in Palmerston North.