11th November 2010
Croatian football chief says sorry for anti-gay comments 19
4:07 PM — The president of the Croatian Football Federation, Vlatko Markovic, has apologised for offending gay people after he said that there was no place for homosexuality on the country's national team.
10th November 2010
Documentary on out gay baseball player Glenn Burke 3
7:00 PM — A documentary has been produced about Glenn Burke, the only Major League baseball player to have come out as gay. Burke came out in 1982 in a magazine article after his playing career had ended. During his time in the game, he said his teammates were aware of his sexuality.
Croatian football president bans gays from national team 8
11:23 AM — The president of the Croatian Football Federation, Vlatko Markovic, has said that there is no place for gay players on the country's national team. Croatian gay and lesbian groups have said they will sue him and report him to UEFA for the outburst.
4th November 2010
Trans student first to play NCAA basketball 11
1:52 PM — A Washington student has become the first transgender person to play NCAA basketball. Kye Allums, 21, of George Washington University, is returning to the women's team this month, although he is now known as a man.
21st October 2010
Gay rugby player Gareth Thomas hopes to find London club 2
4:14 PM — Gareth Thomas, the out gay former Welsh rugby captain, is planning to join a London rugby union team. The star briefly switched to league team Crusaders this year and is due to play France in the Wales league squad this weekend.
14th October 2010
Trans golfer sues after being banned from tournament 11
11:13 AM — An American trans woman is suing the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) because it only allows women who were "female at birth" to participate. Lana Lawless, 57 and of Palm Springs, California, completed her transition from male to female in 2005.
5th October 2010
Pre-launch will celebrate LGBT sporting history
4:49 PM — A pre-launch event will be held at Twickenham rugby stadium next month for LGBT History Month. The yearly celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans culture will focus on sport in February 2011 and 2012 to coincide with Britain hosting the 2012 Olympic Games.
1st October 2010
Manchester wins bid to host 2012 gay rugby world cup 8
2:18 PM — Manchester will host the Bingham Cup tournament in June 2012. The city beat Sydney to win the right to host the international gay rugby world championship and was named as the 2012 host city on Wednesday.
20th September 2010
Cricketer Jimmy Anderson poses naked for gay magazine 21
4:17 PM — England cricketer Jimmy Anderson has posed nude for next month's Attitude magazine. The married player, 28, said there was no homophobia in the game and urged gay players to come out.
10th September 2010
Rugby club fined £40,000 for anti-gay chants has amount halved 4
3:51 PM — Castleford Tigers rugby club has had its £40,000 fine for fans' homophobic chanting halved. The club was fined by the Rugby Football League (RFL) for the incident, which happened during gay player Gareth Thomas' first game for the Crusaders in March.
Gay referee Nigel Owens supports anti-suicide campaign 4
1:25 PM — Gay rugby referee Nigel Owens is supporting a Samaritans campaign to prevent male suicides. Owens has documented his own struggle with depression and admitted he tried to kill himself at the age of 26.
8th September 2010
French football club rejects gay player citing ‘trouble’ of sexuality 8
4:34 PM — An amateur football club in eastern France has denied a player's request to return to the team in an attempt to avoid homophobia
Australian swimmer keeps underwear deal after ‘homophobic’ comment 11
3:44 PM — The Australian Olympic swimmer who caused controversy with a comment on Twitter last week will keep her underwear deal with Davenport and Sunrice, but lose her Jaguar.
7th September 2010
Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice loses Jaguar contract over ‘homophobic’ Twitter comment 21
11:01 AM — Australian Olympic swimming champion Stephanie Rice has been dropped by Jaguar, with whom she had a sponsorship agreement, following her homophobic Twitter comment last Saturday.
6th September 2010
Olympic medallist Stephanie Rice apologises for homophobic tweet 22
5:33 PM — Australian Olympic swimming gold medallist Stephanie Rice has apologised for a homophbic message posted on the social media platform Twitter. Following the Wallabies' win over South Africa on Saturday, Ms Rice tweeted: ''Suck on that faggots!''
2nd September 2010
Gay Olympic diver Matthew Mitcham urges footballers to come out 8
3:22 PM — Gay Olympic diving champion Matthew Mitcham has encouraged gay Australian Football League (AFL) players to feel safe and open about their sexuality.
31st August 2010
Big turnout for Gay Sports Day Bank Holiday fundraiser in London 2
4:47 PM — A Gay Sports day organised by GMFA, the gay men's health charity, was held in Vauxhall, south-west London yesterday, or order to help raise essential funds for gay men’s health and the local community.
17th August 2010
Clare Balding to hold women’s golf fundraiser 3
3:52 PM — Broadcaster Clare Balding and her civil partner Alice Arnold will hold a women's golf challenge to raise money for gay equality charity Stonewall.
13th August 2010
London announces bid to host tenth gay games in 2018 6
3:12 PM — London is bidding to host the tenth Gay Games in 2018. The games, recently held in Cologne, are one of the largest sporting and cultural events in the world.
6th August 2010
Gareth Thomas ‘questioned coming out’ after anti-gay abuse 8
3:50 PM — Gay rugby player Gareth Thomas said he briefly questioned whether he should have come out when fans shouted homophobic abuse at him during a match. The star, who came out in December to the Daily Mail, told the newspaper today that he had been "hurt" by the chants.