15th January 2007
Copenhagen looks to Outgames in 2009
3:41 PM — Despite the financially disappointing Montreal Outgames, plans for the 2009 event in Copenhagen are looking positive.Outgames is a sports, cultural and human rights event primarily for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals.The second event will be the largest international sports and cultural event ever held on Danish soil.
11th January 2007
EuroGay regatta comes to Brighton
2:19 PM — The Gay UK Sailing Team has announced that Barclays will be sponsoring the seventh annual EuroGay Cup Regatta, to be held in Brighton on the 9th and 10th of June.This is the second time GUST will be hosting the event in the UK. The regatta is expected to attract up to 60 competitors in teams of four or five crew.The Gay UK sailing team was set up in 2000 to provide a competitive team for the 2002 Sydney Gay Games.
5th January 2007
London Triathlon will push you to the limit 57
1:10 PM — For many of us, January is a month of good intentions. Eating less, giving up smoking and getting more exercise consistently top the list of New Year resolutions.For people who already eat healthily, do not smoke and are fit as fiddles, a more substantial goal for 2007 is required, something that will test their endurance and willpower.Perhaps one of the most daunting challenges, more even than a marathon, is a triathlon.
1st November 2006
Gay rugby stars pose to tackle sport homophobia 57
12:00 AM — The Metropolitan Police are to launch a poster campaign in a bid to encourage homophobic hate crime reporting.The posters, which will be distributed to gay venues as well as sports centres, will be run in partnership with the Rugby Football Union and bear the slogan "help is kick hate crime into touch'.
3rd November 2005
Gay football stars are too scared to come out 4
12:00 AM — There are at least two gay Premiership football stars that are gay, but are too afraid to come out. At least that's what Stonewall FC, the leading gay football team claim.Andrew Walmsley, the chairman of Stonewall FC, said the gay stars were staying quiet about their sexuality due to a deal of abuse from fans and fellow players.