Results 1 - 20 of 460 in Fort William, Scotland
... (4) teams. On the final day for the DH it was a family affair once again like last weekend in Fort William, Scotland, as Rachel and Gee Atherton (Gbr) GT Factory Racing took home the wins in both the women's and men's downhill races at round #2 of ... Comment?
Reigning Folk Band of the Year at the Scots Trad Awards, Breabach have arranged their latest tour to include dates in each home town, which for fiddler and step-dancer Megan Henderson means Fort William while guitarist and singer Ewan Robertson has an appointment in Carrbridge. Comment?
In the URC hall last Wednesday night Tommy told his fellow River CC members of his encounter with a council employee on the riverside. Comment?
... the scene. Norwegian shipping company Hyergruppen AS's small cargo ship MV Fri Ocean was heading from Fort William, Scotland to Varberg, Sweden. The seven crew on board are said to be safe and well, with no reported injuries. The vessel is taking on ... Comment?
Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary. Comment?
BOX mountain biker Katy Curd is celebrating the biggest achievement of her season so far after winning the UK round of the 4X ProTour in Fort William, Scotland last weekend. Comment?
Fiona Mackenzie, Brian O hEadhra, Rachel Hunter and James Graham of the band Cruinn join singer Fiona J. Mackenzie, Cllr David Alston and Capercaillie's Donald Shaw to launch Blas 2013. Comment?
RIDING for Australia at her first UCI Downhill World Cup, Jindabyne's mountain bikerTegan Molloy came third in the junior women at Fort William in Scotland, with her time placing her 21st overall on Sunday. Comment?
June 21 marks the 225th birthday of the U.S. Constitution and - not coincidentally - the 225th birthday of the state of New Hampshire, "the state that made us a nation." Comment?
Students from Girvan Academy will have their artwork on display in the Scottish national Gallery after coming tops in a national competition. Comment?
A rare species of butterfly has been recorded in one of Scotland's most famous glens for the first time. Comment?
Phil Noon, Johnnie Watchorn, John Copley and Jack Noon took on the challenge of rowing 60 miles in three days along the Caledonian Canal, in two-man kayaks. Comment?
The butterflies only survived within a 30 mile radius of Fort William after dying out elsewhere in the UK. Comment?
The next morning we jumped onto the bikes and pushed south, alongside Loch Broom heading along one of the most beautiful stretches of road in the world. Comment?
I recently returned from a 10-day visit to the United Kingdom. Our party of three rented Harley-Davidson motorcycles and began our journey north from London to Fort William, Scotland. Comment?
A COUPLE are preparing to face the Loch Ness Monster, vast expanses of open water and long stretches of canal in a 60-mile kayak adventure. Comment?
It was an Atherton Family affair in Scotland, as Rachel and Gee Atherton, both with GT Factory Racing, took home the women's and men's wins here respectively at round #1 of the 2013 UCI DH World Cup in Fort William. Comment?
THE Portuguese striker looks set to snub moves to the English Premier League and Spanish La Liga to complete his Celtic move. Comment?
GARY RALSTON was in Fort William at the weekend and got on his bike to try out the course at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. Comment?
THE sun shone on thousands of mountain bike enthusiasts as a brother and sister duo took the top prizes in what was hailed the most successful Mountain Bike World Cup to date. Comment?