Sport & Leisure
Santa swaps his sleigh for a paddleboard
More than 40 enthusiasts donned festive suits to take to the water
Sweeping the city … curlers begin search for a new home for ice sports in Glasgow
It is understood several sites have been earmarked but locations have not been disclosed.
No maps, just What3Words … lockdown inspires Yvonne's book of West End walks
A Kelvindale fitness instructor has published a book of West End walks after setting herself a challenge of finding new exercise routes close to home during lockdown.
The tennis club taking WhatsApp lessons into Glasgow's backyards and hallways
Back yards, living rooms and hallways are doubling up used as makeshift ‘tennis courts’.
'We want skateboarding and BMX to be accessible to all ages and backgrounds'
The renovated whisky bond covers 30,000 square feet and brings cutting-edge sports facilities to locals, enthusiasts and national elite athletes.
The UK’s toughest open water swimming challenge returns to city's Maryhill Locks
With the first round of entries selling out in less than a day, a second wave of tickets has been released by Red Bull.
Partick Library reopens to the public after £1.5m year-long, complete refurbishment
The 12-month makeover has revitalised the building - with a new mezzanine, a study space and new IT training suite for the local community.
'Mon the Hill' … Maryhill FC warns it may have to fold after 135 years without help
A tweet put out by the club warned it could not go on without new committee members.
Scotland international Jack Cuthbert signs for Old Anniesland rugby side GHK
Jack will join recently recruited former Glasgow Warriors’ front-row Kevin Bryce in a new look GHK team.
Dan Jones and Erin Jeffrey take honours in Red Bull Neptune Steps swim in Maryhill
Welsh swimmer Dan Jones retained the men's title, and Erin Jeffrey powered to victory ahead of last year’s winner Jennifer Davis in the women's event.
The top Kenyan athletes touched by Scots kindness and the gift of new running kit
The link between the two sets of runners has come about through Glasgow coach Colin Thomas, who spends several weeks of the year training up and coming Kenyan athletes.
Man who swam 1,700 miles round Britain now signs up to epic lock race in Maryhill
The UK’s toughest open-water adventure race will return to Glasgow for the fifth year in a row on Saturday March 23.
Pick a song worthy of a Glasgow Warriors try … and win a pair of RHA headphones
Everyone who enters has a chance to win two tickets to the game, a signed rugby ball and shirt, and a set of RHA wireless headphones.
Western unveils new £60,000 hi-tech gym as investment continues at Hyndland club
Club manager Ian Campbell says it is important for Western to move forward and reach out to new members.
'McCreas delighted to continue a long-standing link with Hillhead Jordanhill RFC'
The new deal will see McCrea support every part of the club - including men’s and women’s teams, as well as Hillhead Jordanhill’s 'minis' programme for youngsters.
Journalist wanted: Broomhill Sports Club needs writer to produce team programme
A dynamic sports fan is needed who can create great content and put those words together into an engaging match-day package.
Video: Lorraine Kelly cheers on Broomhill cyclist Katie ahead of world records bid
Graeme Obree and Colin Gregor are among other top names throwing their support behind Katie Ford, who has epilepsy.
All systems go for world-class BMX centre in Knightswood after funding is approved
The facility will be the first and only one of its kind in Scotland.
Why Hyndland's Western club thinks new £50,000 court is the future for Scots tennis
Western Health & Racquets Club hope to offer a better tennis experience for players of all ranges with the new synthetic court.
Update: Jordanhill's Mark Deans wins Red Bull Neptune Steps for third year in row
Record number of competitors set to take to the icy waters of the Forth and Clyde Canal for epic West End challenge.
Video: Movement Park thrilled at public response to launch weekend in Whiteinch
Young people and their parents sample activities from judo and Tai Chi to parkour and circus skills.
Go West End…urban activity hub to stage exciting free festival launch this weekend
Movement Park was inspired by Glasgow's Commonwealth Games in 2014 and aims to help young people and adults in the Whiteinch area of the city.
Parkour anyone?… social fitness project Movement Park sets up base in Whiteinch
Charity inspired by the Commonwealth Games aims to improve the live of Glaswegians through movement and sport.
West End school scoring above its mark in the fast moving sport of handball
Kelvin side Academy has won a host of national titles at handball since pupils took up the sport four years ago.