Shelby Watson may only have taken up track racing at the start of the year, but she has a very bright future in the sport ahead of her.
A new spectator telephone number has been introduced for the first time following the Jim Clark rally tragedy last month.
Here is a list of Berwick Rangers fixtures for the upcoming season
Last night, Tuesday 29 July, Carlisle's Nick Miller won a silver at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in the hammer throw finals at Hampden Park.
Today he spoke to ITV Border about his success.
Borders swimmer Daniel Wallace, has been speaking about his triple medal success in Glasgow.
The 21-year-old won gold in the 400 metre individual medley earlier in the week, silver as part of Scotland men's 4 by 200 metre freestyle relay team and silver in the 200 metre individual medley.
Cyclists will be able to enjoy a popular Borders cycling event traffic free for the first time.
Tour o' the Borders, which began two years ago with just 286 riders, was hugely popular last year with more than 2000 cyclists taking part.
This year will be the first time that the event is completely closed-road.
The route will pass through Peebles, Cardrona, Selkirk, Clovenfords and Roberton, with participants choosing to take in either a 76 or 55 mile circuit.
Swimmer Dan Wallace, who used to live in Chirnside in the Borders, has been posing with his three medals alongside fellow Scotsman and medal winning swimmer Ross Murdoch.
The 21-year-old came out wearing a kilt to a huge roar at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre yesterday, Tuesday 29 July and went on to take the silver in the 200M Individual Medley.
Selkirk Football Club have confirmed that ex Hibernian FC player Gary O'Connor is to sign with the club.
The 31-year-old has also played for Locomotive Moscow and Birmingham City.
The club say O'Connor will be at their friendly match against a Hibs at Yarrow Park today, Wednesday 30 July.
Selkirk's league season kicks off on Saturday with a home match against Threave Rovers.
It's day seven of the Commonwealth Games and today 21-year-old Kirsty Yates from Castle Douglas is competing in the final of the women's shot put for Scotland.
The event takes place at 8:40pm.
Her personal best is a distance of 16.09 metres.
Carlisle's Nick Miller has won silver at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
He was competing in the hammer throw finals at Hampden Park.
Borders swimmer Danny Wallace has won another medal in the Commonwealth Games.
The 21-year-old has added silver in the 200M Individual Medley to his haul at the 2014 games in Glasgow.
Wallace came out wearing a kilt to a huge roar at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre.
Last week he won gold in the the 400M individual medley.
Cumbria's Helen Housby and the rest of the England netball team beat Trinidad and Tobago 70 - 24 today.
The team play Barbados - who are yet to win match - tomorrow night, Wednesday 30 July at 7pm.
Newcastleton para-athlete Libby Clegg has been facing the media after winning gold for Scotland in the T12 100m sprint last night. She beat her qualifying time by 0.03 seconds, completing the race in 12.20 seconds.
Our reporter Hannah McNulty caught up with Libby to find out how she's feeling.