Nobody Knows Glasgow Better
A SUMMER holiday programme kicks off across the city to help get people healthy and testing out sporting activities.
IF you have been inspired by Glasgow 2014, this is the time to "Unleash your sporty side".
IT only launched last year but the Coach Core programme at Glasgow Sport is already on to a winning streak.
THE first group of about 60 activators have been trained to help their colleagues take steps to a more active lifestyle.
The Commonwealth Games could trigger as much as a 30% increase in demand for sport in the city.
MAKING sport available to all and not just the elite is the aim of Glasgow's Fatemeh Nokhbatolfoghahai and Hannah Dines.
Nearly 4500 people have taken up a challenge to beat the 1.1 million steps it will take the Queen's Baton to travel across Scotland.
I RUN because I have to.
Olympic champion Katherine Grainger and former Scotland manager Craig Brown were among the high profile sporting personalities in Glasgow to discuss ways to inspire people to lead more healthy lives.
YOU don't have to be an elite athlete to get in on the action surrounding the Commonwealth Games.
GLASGOW Sport is making waves after launching the city's first watersports club for people with a disability.
IT was a race to the finish line at the Drumwealth Games with more than 500 schoolchildren going for gold.
AS talent manager at SportScotland's Institute of Sport, Tony Stanger is charged with finding and nurturing up and coming athletes.
THE wheels have been set in motion for this year's Glasgow Cycle Festival.
A NUMBER of free guided bike rides are being orgainsed so people can visit some of Glasgow's most popular places on two wheels.
AN up-and-coming basketball club has been given a bounce with funding from SportScotland.
IT takes seven pairs of legs and at least one person with a sense of direction to power the conference bike.
THE facts and figures of the Queen's Baton Relay make impressive reading:
AN East End sports hub scored a winning goal when nearly 400 children from local primary schools had a chance to sample a variety of activities.
SCOTT Forrest doesn't have to think twice when asked to recall the highlight of his sporting career.
I AM a new man.
MONDAY was race day.
TAKING the smallest steps can be life changing.
IT WAS a double celebration for Evening Times columnist Austin Lafferty as he completed the Belfast Marathon and received a huge cash donation.
THE top 16 rugby sevens teams from around the world descend on Glasgow this weekend.
Well, this is it.
TO a group of nearly 60 spellbound primary pupils, Judy Murray offered some insights into what it takes to make a Wimbledon champion.
IN this series of columns the remit has been to record my training for the Belfast Marathon, while giving my thoughts on matters of health, fitness and sport for others like me.
LESS than three months before the starting gun fires on the Commonwealth Games, 1500 school- children had the chance to put the city's world class sporting facilities to the test.
A YEAR after life-saving surgery, Dougie Johnston puts his renewed health and fitness down to his love of swimming.