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Eilidh Child displays her support of safeguarding children in sport

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SOME of Scotland’s top athletes have thrown their backing behind a major rebranding of the country’s leading children’s sport support service. Eilidh Child, who won silver in the 400m hurdles at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, and former Scotland and British Lions rugby international Scott Hastings have spoken out about their support of the […]

November 24th, 2010 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Hearts and Hibs fans gearing up for charity kickabout

Organisers of the annual charity football match in Edinburgh between fans of Hibs FC and Hearts FC have announced the date of the next clash – Sunday March 28, 2011 at Tynecastle Stadium with a 2pm kick-off. The Edinburgh Charity Match has been running since 2006 and so far raised more than £40,000 for local […]

November 15th, 2010 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Edinburgh hosts European Military Climbing Competition

EDINBURGH played host to military climbing teams from across Europe this week for the European Military Climbing Competition.  The British team consisting of service men and woman from the Royal Navy, the RAF and the Army, made their final preparations for the competition at Edinburgh Castle. There were more than 100 participants at the Edinburgh […]

October 29th, 2010 | Posted in Sport,Videos | Read More »

World auction record broken for 1966 world cup winner’s medal

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By Amanda MacMillan THE 1966 World Cup medal belonging to Nobby Stiles has broken the world auction record selling for a staggering £184,000 – helping him net almost half a million pounds in sales. The actual hammer price for Nobby’s prized World Cup medal was £160,000 but increases to £184,000 with the auctioneer’s fee and […]

October 27th, 2010 | Posted in 1,News,Scottish News,Sport,UK & World | Read More »

1966 World Cup medal set to break auction record

By Clare Carswell A SCOTS auctioneer is hoping to set a new world record for the sale of Nobby Stiles’ 1966 World Cup winner’s medal. Football memorabilia of the former England player, estimated to be worth £350,000  includes the 68 year old’s winner’s medals from the 1966 World Cup final which his side won 4-2 against […]

October 25th, 2010 | Posted in 1,News,Scottish News,Sport,UK & World | Read More »

World record breaker Mark Beaumont launches film festival

WORLD record breaking Scots cyclist Mark Beaumont swung from the walls of Edinburgh International Climbing Arena suspended on his bike to help launch this week’s Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival. The EMFF runs from October 21-24 at the city’s George Square lecture theatre, with special events at EICA at Ratho including a talk from the Fife […]

October 19th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Local News,News,Scottish News,Sport,Videos | Read More »

Colin Calderwood is named as the new manager of Hibs FC

by Shaun Milne NEWCASTLE United assistant coach Colin Calderwood has been named as the new manager of Hibs. Chairman Rod Petrie unveiled his new signing at a 5.15pm press call at Easter Road and said the new man had enjoyed “a great success managing at all levels” and was confident he would help the Edinburgh […]

October 18th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Local News,Sport | Read More »

Photos of Scotland’s football comeback and ultimate demise against Spain

Deadline’s Italian photographer made it along to Scotland’s Euro 2012 qualifier against Spain at Hampden on Tuesday for what was a memorable night.

October 14th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport,Videos | Read More »

Hibs Lose Yogi – View from the fans

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THE FANS VIEW –  By Amanda MacMillan Many Hibs fans today said they were shocked at the departure of former club captain John Hughes so soon into his managerial career with the club. David Melvin, 55, a cleaner from Edinburgh, said: “I’m devastated. He’s not been given a chance. Everybody has got to take their […]

October 4th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

John Hughes term as Hibs manager comes to an end

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By Shaun Milne HIBS manager John Hughes has left the club following a string of poor results for the Edinburgh side which has seen them drift towards the foot of the table. In a statement issued shortly before 10am, chairman Rod Petrie confirmed that the reign of the former club captain which started in June […]

October 4th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Local News,Sport | Read More »

Loved-up runners tie the knot at Great Scottish Run

By Michael MacLeod A RUNAWAY bride had a wedding day to remember after taking her groom and 20 guests on a gruelling 10KM run. Anna Henley her husband to-be Robin McBride tied the knot at Edinburgh Castle just two hours after finishing the city’s Bupa Great Run. They convinced their whole wedding party to join […]

May 2nd, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

With Edinburgh conquered, Danny MacAskill sets sights on Spain

By Michael MacLeod SCOTTISH stunt biking king of the castle Danny MacAskill is planning a surprise move to Spain. The fearless rider became an internet sensation last year when a video of him leaping over Edinburgh’s landmarks racked up over 17 million hits on YouTube. But now the 23 year-old says he has conquered all […]

April 29th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

500 future golf stars to descend on pre-St Andrews cup

By Rory Reynolds ORGANISERS of the UK’s biggest golf tournament of the year are preparing to stage the huge event this summer – and it isn’t the St Andrews Open. The US Kids Golf European Championship is to attract almost 500 budding young golf stars from across the globe. The three-day tournament, held in four […]

April 28th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

New gym concept hits the streets

By Cara Sulieman THE STREETS of a Scots city will soon be filled with people jumping, running and skipping over the pavements in a bid to get fit. A new workout using the city furniture as a gym launched today (Mon), using the winding streets and cobbled closes of Edinburgh to make exercise interesting. The […]

April 19th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

Proclaimers to play tribute gig 20 years after Hibs saved

By Rory Reynolds THEY’VE toured the globe and had sell-out crowds chanting along to 500 miles for more two decades. But The Proclaimers still reckon they will be bags of nerves when they play a special gig in front of thousands of fans to mark the best save in Hibs’ history. Lifelong fans Craig and […]

April 14th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

Former Scotland striker thanks fans for stroke support

By Rory Reynolds FORMER Scotland midfielder Eoin Jess says he is to be “patched up like a tyre” after doctors found he had been living with a potentially fatal hole in his heart for nearly 40 years. The former Aberdeen striker, who suffered a stroke at just 38, is to undergo surgery for a condition […]

April 4th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

Edinburgh man clinches European taekwondo championship

By Cara Sulieman A CANCER beating martial arts teacher has clinched a European title after fighting testicular cancer that threatened to ruin his taekwondo career. Former Hearts FC and Dunfermline Athletic player Peter Pryde became the European veteran champion at finals in Italy earlier this month. He celebrated the win on his 42nd birthday earlier […]

March 31st, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

Austrian giants take cup at Scots Subbuteo championships

By Rory Reynolds SCOTLAND’S tiny players failed to make a big win at the Subbuteo championships in Edinburgh last weekend. More than 60 players from across Europe took part in this year’s Scottish Table Soccer Grand Prix at Easter Road. Three Scots sides took on teams from Austria, Italy, Belgium, Malta, Holland, as well as […]

March 30th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

Rugby star Evans speaks of the tackle that nearly ended his career

By Rory Reynolds RUGBY star Thom Evans has spoken for the first time about the horrific tackle that threatened to leave him paralysed. The 24-year-old said he “felt like a shot” had gone through his body as he collided with Wales full-back Lee Byrne during Scotland’s Six Nations fixture. It was feared that the Scotland […]

March 28th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

SPL stars join bid to stub out tobacco industry cash handouts

By Michael MacLeod SCOTLAND’S top footballers have backed a campaign to show the red card to a £300million taxpayer handout to the tobacco trade. Euro MP Alyn Smith has signed up the skippers from Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen in a battle against public money supporting tobacco farmers. David Weir, Michael Stewart and Mark Kerr have […]

March 14th, 2010 | Posted in 1,Sport | Read More »

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