Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is cancelled.
The A&A Mackay Builders Summer League at Thurso Golf Club is going from strength to strength with last Thursday’s round four attracting 97 entrants.
North Highland Harriers have held two virtual challenges in order to keep members connected and engaged during lockdown.
Wick Academy captain Alan Farquhar swapped his football boots for golf clubs – and scored his first hole-in-one at the weekend.
A Caithness man has completed a virtual marathon in Edinburgh during lockdown – achieving a personal best.
The fairways at Thurso have been very busy since lockdown restrictions were eased – many new members have appeared as well as some well-kent faces.
Members of Pentland Firth Yacht Club encountered changeable sailing conditions in their first race since the lockdown restrictions were eased.
After a couple of months of enforced absence, golfers have returned to the fairways of Reay in their droves for the resumption of competitive action.
Competitive golf has returned to Thurso, with the first medal of the 2020 season going to 11-year-old Tyler Gordon.
Competitions are back on the card at Lybster Golf Club with a new schedule of fixtures drawn up for the rest of the season.
Hundreds of local golfers took advantage of brilliant weather to enjoy the opening of the four courses in the county after the easing of lockdown.
Committee members at Lybster Bowling Club have agreed to remain closed for play because of the coronavirus pandemic.