The great thing about sport is that it creates so much debate and so much controversy among its players and supporters. A Sporting Nation aims to cover most of the major events in the history of Scottish sport, but we are aware that there are good stories and worthy sportsmen and women that are not present on the site.
We are unable to write about every great moment. However, we would be delighted if you, as a visitor to this site, feel that you would like to submit a story or sporting biography of your own. Have we missed out your favourite moment in Scottish sport? What triumphs and tragedies have we not acknowledged on the site that you would now like to put right? The more material that is sent in, the better the site will be, of course!
The articles on A Sporting Nation are anything from 500-1,000 words in length, but don't worry if your story is only a few hundred words. And if you have just a rough outline of an article, we'll be happy to offer you some tips to get your piece into shape.
To submit an article, all you need to do is fill in the form below and hit the submit button. If you have photos or any audio or video tapes to accompany your text, please post them to:
A Sporting Nation
BBC Scotland Interactive
Queen Margaret Drive
BBC Scotland reserves the right to edit your article. Please note that not all submissions will be published on the site. The decision will be at the discretion of the website producer.
The team at A Sporting Nation