A project launched as a legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has won a prestigious national award.
A Commonwealth Games legacy project in Scotland has closed after the charity behind the scheme was put into administration.
Deep in the vast Pacific Ocean, nearly 8,000 kilometres from Australia, the future of a country is in jeopardy, affected by a worldwide problem.
Report positive about impact of Glasgow 2014 on Scotland but finds did not improve participation levels
A report has found that sports participation in Glasgow has not improved in the four years since the city hosted the Commonwealth Games, although it did highlight other benefits of the city staging the event.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) have published an impact report detailing how 11.7 million children have benefited from the £6.5 million ($9.1 million/€7.4 million) in fundraising collected at Glasgow 2014.
7. Nicola Adams adds Commonwealth Games gold at Glasgow 2014 to Olympic glory as women's boxing makes debut
Although women have participated in boxing for almost as long as the sport has existed, female bouts have been effectively outlawed for most of the fight game's history, with officials refusing to sanction contests and most nations officially banning them.
Michael Cavanagh, the former chairman of Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS), has been nominated to stand to become President of World Bowls.
Host nation Australia has announced its first athletes for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in April.
Stephanie Inglis has confirmed her retirement from judo following a motorcycle crash last year.
A physical activity toolkit is set to be launched in Scotland to mark the third anniversary of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Jason Livermore, a Jamaican Commonwealth Games gold medallist, has tested positive for a banned substance according to the country's independent anti-doping disciplinary panel.
A Ugandan badminton player forced to flee her country over its gay sex laws has been granted asylum in Liverpool with her partner following a lengthy battle with the Home Office.
A deal has been agreed which will see Australian company Sting provide equipment for the boxing events at next year's Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast.
A week of meetings between the International Boxing Association (AIBA) and Boxing Scotland will start today as the country looks to build on recent success and "develop a new generation of boxing heroes".
A new report has found that the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have not led to more people participating in sport, and that the Scottish Government is unlikely to meet legacy targets.