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THE Gay 5K, Scotland's first running event aiming to celebrate sexual diversity, takes place tonight in Glasgow's Kelvingrove Park at 7pm.
FIFA says it has blocked more than 100 requests to transfer young players across national borders as it seeks to curb what it refers to as "trafficking".
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ARBROATH are to reintroduce a matchday programme for tomorrow's Second Division clash with East Fife after a rethink about scrapping the publication.
THE Old Course is fourth on a list of the best layouts in the world compiled by US-based Golf Magazine.
INDIA and Pakistan will face each other in an international friendly at Ibrox set to take place next month.
NON-LEAGUE sides Ascot United and Wembley FC will hope to win some new friends as they kick off this season's FA Cup tomorrow night, with the game being streamed to a potential ("potential" being the key word here) audience of 700 million people.
LONDON'S Olympic Park is staging its first competitive sporting action this week as the Basketball Arena hosts six of the world's best teams, Australia, China, Croatia, France, Great Britain, Serbia.
BOOKIES are taking bets on how rumoured new couple Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki will perform on and off the field from now on and it's 2/1 they announce their engagement next year.
GLASGOW City women's team created history yesterday as they qualified for the Champions League play-off stage yesterday.
SCOTTISH football supporters are the savviest in the British Isles when it comes to predicting English Premier League scores.
STRANRAER are launching a new trophy for their player of the year named after a former player who was accused of biting Sir Alex Ferguson when he made his debut as a Queen's Park player in November 1958.
THURSO-BORN Scot Martin Rennie will pit his wits against David Beckham and Thierry Henry next season after being appointed the new head coach of MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
A SWISS goalkeeper has been fined for rousing fans and taunting opponents with a megaphone after a match.
JUVENTUS - the 'Old Lady' of Italian football - are to fight on in their battle over the 2006 Serie A title being awarded to Inter Milan, saying they will appeal last month's decision confirming their rivals as champions.
AS Glasgow prepare to open their 2011/12 season by facing Newcastle Falcons at Firhill tomorrow, Warriors back-row forwards Chris Fusaro and Rory Pitman, shown above, took an alternative take on the fixture, meeting the feathered inhabitants of Strathblane Falconry near Milngavie.
IN hot and humid Spain, football has traditionally been played after the sun goes down. But that is set to change so the financially troubled Spanish league can boost its international television revenues.
EDINBURGH Capitals ice hockey side have brought popular radio DJ Scott Wilson - also stadium announcer at Hearts - back behind the microphone at Murrayfield by popular demand.
ALBION Rovers have bid to solve their bizarre goalkeeping crisis by launching appeals against the red cards dished out to both their first-team goalies at the weekend.
A MALTESE referee who was enlisted by the SFA during last season's controversial referees' strike will handle Scotland's visit of Denmark tomorrow.
PERTH racecourse is to get a royal visit from the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay - aka Charles and Camilla - on Saturday 20 August when they will be guests of honour at the Scone Palace course's Charities Race Day supported by Scottish Hydro.