The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has said that British skier Alain Baxter will not be given his slalom bronze medal back, after a Member of Parliament urged them to reopen the case.
Russia beat hosts Denmark to earn a spot in the women's final at the Le Gruyere European Curling Championships in Esbjerg.
Lene Nielsen led hosts Denmark’s women’s team to victory on the opening day of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2015, claiming a 7-2 win over Scotland in Esbjerg.
Scottish city Aberdeen will stage the 2020 European Junior Swimming and Diving Championships, it has been announced.
Scotland’s Gleneagles Hotel will host the 2019 Solheim Cup, it has been announced today, another major sporting boost for the country.
Australia and Argentina reach Rugby World Cup semi-finals to rubber stamp Southern Hemisphere dominance
Australia and Argentina triumphed at the expense of Scotland and Ireland respectively in today’s Rugby World Cup quarter-finals meaning there will not be any Northern Hemisphere teams contesting the penultimate stage of the competition for the first time in history.
Scotland booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup as they claimed a thrilling 36-33 win over a battling Samoa side at St James’ Park in Newcastle today.
Glasgow 2014 silver medallist Ruan Snyman has put his judo career on hold for the time being to focus on studying mechanical engineering.
Scotland sit on top of Group B at the Rugby World Cup in England after surviving a fright against the United States at Leeds' Elland Road ground today.
Giant-killing heroes Japan could not back-up their remarkable victory over South Africa as they were well-beaten by Scotland at the Rugby World Cup today.
Former Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) chairman and triple diving gold medallist Sir Peter Heatly has died aged 91.
Scotland and Sweden stand on the brink of the quarter-finals at the World Mixed Curling Championships after stretching their winning streak to six to remain the dominant teams in their respective groups in Bern.
Germany dominated the final day of the Longines International Equestrian Federation (FEI) European Eventing Championships at Blair Castle in Scotland, winning team gold by more than 50 penalties as Michael Jung captured the fifth individual title of his career in front of an audience that included the Queen.
Robert Louis Stevenson is a name the vast majority of us will all recognise.
Botswana and the Bahamas have joined Canada and Scotland in expressing an interest in hosting the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, insidethegames has been told.