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Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing is a runaway success

Virtual racing could become a regular feature of athletics training.


Funeral details announced for teenage athlete

Funeral details announced for teenage athlete

Funeral details announced for teenage athlete

A celebration of the life of Heather Welsh, a Nairn Area Amateur Athletics Club thrower who tragically died, will be held on Thursday afternoon.


Highland Cricket Club to return to training

Highland Cricket Club to return to training

Highland Cricket Club to return to training

North of Scotland champions return to training.


Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is cancelled

Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is cancelled

Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is cancelled

Event which brings thousands to Inverness will not go ahead in 2020.


‘Frustrated’ anglers bin hut proposals linked to riverside art project

‘Frustrated’ anglers bin hut proposals linked to riverside art project

‘Frustrated’ anglers bin hut proposals linked to riverside art project

A CONTROVERSIAL riverside project in Inverness has been dealt a further blow.


Inverness City coach still packs a punch after 62 years in boxing

Inverness City coach still packs a punch after 62 years in boxing

Inverness City coach still packs a punch after 62 years in boxing

Laurie Redfern has made champion after champion after champion.


Biggest cycling event in the Highlands is called off

Biggest cycling event in the Highlands is called off

Biggest cycling event in the Highlands is called off

Impact of coronavirus leads to call off.


Gold medallist is stepping it up in lockdown

Gold medallist is stepping it up in lockdown

Gold medallist is stepping it up in lockdown

After a successful year at under-20 level and beginning to make her mark in senior races, Megan Keith has been forced to adapt training to isolation.


HBA's focus is on keeping morale high

HBA's focus is on keeping morale high

HBA's focus is on keeping morale high

Highland Boxing Academy head coach Liam Foy says his priority is keeping the spirits of his athletes up while training remains out of the question.


Bowls club to discuss rolling back into action

Bowls club to discuss rolling back into action

Bowls club to discuss rolling back into action

Inverness Bowling Club will decide next week if it will reopen its lawn green for play again.


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