Scotland's gearing to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, so it's an exciting time for sport, whether you're a spectator or a participant.
Rugby is a way of life in Scotland, having played a seminal role in the development of the sport. With the 2019 Rugby World Cup heading to Japan, the country is getting ready to show the world what they've got.
Highland Games are a unique mix of sports, culture and community. Find out more about Highland Games events and traditions taking place in Scotland and around the world.
Scotland's Highland Games, with the associated traditions of caber throwing and hammer tossing, are renowned throughout the world.
There are over 60 events taking place all across Scotland annually, kicking off with the Gordon Castle Highland Games in Fochabers.
Highland Games are as iconically Scottish as bagpipes, kilts and whisky – all of which feature heavily at any gathering.
Rugby is one of the most popular participation and spectator sports in Scotland and the passion for the game knows no bounds.
While its roots are firmly planted in 12th century France, tennis is very much a part of Scottish history and Scotland can claim to have the oldest tennis court in the world; The Royal Tennis Court at Falkland Palace.
Scotland's best and brightest young athletes are in the Bahamas this week, taking part in the Commonwealth Youth Games.