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Atlanta Dream Hosts 3rd Annual LGBT Night

Atlanta Dream Hosts 3rd Annual LGBT Night

Dylan Michael June 10, 2014 0

With athletes such as Michael Sam, Derrick Gordon and Brittney Griner coming out of the closet, the world of professional sports is starting to grow closer and closer to the LGBT community. The Atlanta

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Gay Games 9 Builds on the Past

Gay Games 9 Builds on the Past

Dan Woog May 13, 2014 1

The past year marked a watershed for LGBT sports. Athletes at every level – professional, college, high school and amateur – at first ventured, then flooded out of the closet. Media attention no longer

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The OutField: Nike Summit Just Does It For LGBT Sports

The OutField: Nike Summit Just Does It For LGBT Sports

Dan Woog August 13, 2013 0

A year ago, the first Nike LGBT Sports Summit took place. Held near the industry giant’s Oregon headquarters, it brought together 25 LGBT coaches, athletes and administrators. Tentatively, they set a goal: to eliminate

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Gear Up—and Dress Up—for the Atlanta Bucks Purple Dress Run

Gear Up—and Dress Up—for the Atlanta Bucks Purple Dress Run

Emma Harger April 23, 2013 0

The Atlanta Bucks are a unique sports team in a city that’s saturated with sports: not only do they tear it up on the rugby field against teams like the cleverly-named Macon Love as

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They’re Out!: At Gay Big Peach Softball Tourney, Friendly Competition Up at Bat

They’re Out!: At Gay Big Peach Softball Tourney, Friendly Competition Up at Bat

Van Gower April 23, 2013 0

When some 49 LGBT softball teams gather at the Metro Atlanta Softball Complex (“Metro fields”) over Memorial Day weekend, chances are that there will be as many rainbow colors as there will be bats

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The OutField: Chris Billig is gay for soccer

The OutField: Chris Billig is gay for soccer

Dan Woog November 19, 2012 0

The “gay soccer” stories come fast and furious. Major League Soccer sponsors Spirit Day, encouraging players and fans to wear something purple, drawing attention to bullying and LGBT youth. FC Edmonton goalkeeper – and

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Local Atlanta Rainbow Trout Swimmer Heidi Hatteberg Strives for Olympic Spot

Local Atlanta Rainbow Trout Swimmer Heidi Hatteberg Strives for Olympic Spot

Joseph Brownell July 18, 2012 2

There’s a marked difference between dreaming big and having Olympic-sized dreams. Atlanta transplant Heidi Hatteberg is flying high having just competed in her second Olympic Trial, but Olympic-sized dreams don’t always start that big.

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Gay Athletes Fumble in the 2012 Summer Olympics

Gay Athletes Fumble in the 2012 Summer Olympics

Van Gower July 18, 2012 2

Lowering the Bar What might have been the dawn of a new era in the Olympics has ended before it ever began. Out gymnast Josh Dixon had hoped for a spot on the U.S.

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Turning Up the Heat in London: The Gold Medal Winners of Hotness

Turning Up the Heat in London: The Gold Medal Winners of Hotness

Stasha Oakley July 18, 2012 0

Ah, the Olympics: a time when the world comes together to marvel at the best of the best in a variety of physical endeavors. We gaze in awe at the endurance, tenacity, and strength

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HSL’s Big Peach Tournament Slides Home

HSL’s Big Peach Tournament Slides Home

admin May 23, 2012 0

The Big Peach Co-Directors, Kyle Miller and Jay Malloy are proud to announce the 4th Annual Big Peach Atlanta Softball Tournament to be held over Memorial Day weekend.  Each year Atlanta hosts a tournament

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