Galashiels runner Angus Stanners has appeared in a few finals in the open athletic scene, although victory has always eluded him.
Duns teenager Tara Harvey produced an incredible display of tennis to secure three titles at this year’s Senior Border Confined, played this year at the Border Tennis Centre in Galashiels.
Three Reivers vaulters were delighted to receive awards at the recent British Equestrian Vaulting AGM.
A young Duns athlete has struck gold at the Scottish Schools Athletics Championships.
The Tweedside Bowling Association held their preliminary round games for the Middlemass Trophy last weekend.
Five new records were set at The Berwickshire High School Annual Athletics Championships held last Thursday in near perfect conditions.
THE sun was out for Hawick Border Games on Sunday and shining along with it was young Chirnside athlete Rory Williams.
Norham running club recently hosted their annual Yetholm Hill Race.
Throughout the summer months, Richard Eland and his father Gordon make the long trip from their homes in Cumbria to the Borders.
A dramatic final twist saw David Bogie win his fourth Jim Clark Reivers Rally in five years on Sunday, and his second consecutive victory in the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship.
Berwick athlete Nathan Cox (15), trained by Henry Gray had an excellent weekend of races by winning the youths 1600m at the Earlston Games on Saturday despite starting as the back marker,
Hexham Regatta held at Tyne Green is the biggest one day regatta in Britain with 361 boat entries and over 1000 competitors.
Super cool Finn Jukka Korhonen took his second-successive victory in the British Rally Championship Jim Clark Rally at the weekend.
Bamburgh Castle golfer Garrick Porteous became the third Englishman in the last five years to claim the Scottish Amateur Stroke-Play Championship, winning by four strokes at a blustery Southerness.
The Jim Clark Reivers Rally lived up to its reputation for nailbiting, high-speed action, when it delivered two thrilling finales over a dramatic weekend on the closed-off public roads in the Borders.
John MacCrone’s dream of winning the Jim Clark Rally melted away when the red-hot brakes on his Citroen triggered a series of problems which wrecked his ambition. Super cool Finn Jukka Korhonen held on his second-successive victory in the British Championship.
Joyce Mark has been running triathlons since 1991. She trains with Berwick Wheelers Cycling Club and has competed in age-specific events all over the world. Here she answers our questions.
Borders badminton youngsters were in East Lothian for the only open under 10 competition on the badminton calendar and returned home with silverware.
Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania concluded Kelso’s season with a win at his local track on Sunday, when glorious sunshine attracted a bumper crowd for Ladies Day.
A large contingent from Chirnside Chasers took part in the Edinburgh Marathon festival.
Normally, retirement on the final special stage of a rally would leave anyone bitterly disappointed.
If the Borders of Scotland are steeped in motor sporting tradition, then there are few more so than the Buckley dynasty at Hassington.
The British Rowing Masters Championships held at Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham is increasing in popularity and this year was no exception, with a record breaking entry of over 700 crews.
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Weather for Duns
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 10 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: South east