Meadowbank sports centre, which has twice hosted the Commonwealth Games, reopened on Tuesday morning after a £47m revamp.
The Edinburgh arena where Liz McGolgan won gold in 1986 and Chris Hoy first took to the velodrome has been closed for four-and-a-half years.
It was also once home to the defunct Meadowbank Thistle Football Club and now hosts League One side FC Edinburgh and Hibs’ women’s team.
Some of boxing champion Alex Arthur’s most memorable bouts took place there, while sell-out crowds have also rocked to the likes of the Foo Fighters and Radiohead.
How stadium has changed
Meanwhile, families have traditionally flocked to Meadowbank for an annual fireworks display in November.
The new-look 500-seat stadium features a fresh outdoor athletics track, as well as 60m lanes indoors, where there is more spectator seating.
It also boasts halls, fitness classes, a cycling studio, gyms and squash courts.
Here, in pictures, we look back at some of Meadowbank’s most memorable moments.
1986 Commonwealth Games
Scottish league football
Alex Arthur title fights
How does Meadowbank look now?
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