The NHL is skating closer to the Stanley Cup playoffs as we look back at the big stories we’ve covered in the past 7 days.
The Board of Governors tabled consideration of moving its Boise March Madness tournament games as it reviews its own policy on transgender athletes and awaits the outcome of a federal lawsuit on Idaho’s anti-trans law.
New Zealand rugby player and television analyst Alice Soper has a lot to say about the sport she loves.
To welcome the 2020 season, Scott puts the mask back on to join several baseball players and alumni in a virtual seventh inning stretch.
Former USWNT member Lori Lindsey defends trans athletes: ‘I’m gay and remember what it feels like to be different’
Lindsey wrote an op-ed in the Indy Star arguing against Idaho’s HB500, which bars trans girls from participating in women’s sports.
Being Out: Michael Holland remembers his former coach as someone ‘who cared about me and what I wanted to do outside of baseball.’
Neil Virtue is proud of the work OneTeam has done in the last year, and he’s hoping for more in the near future.
They’re 309 women who oppose transgender inclusion in sports, and wanted to do so in secret. But Martina Navratilova and her cosigners could not hide from us.
WNBA players are wearing shirts this week to support the Democratic challenger to Loeffler’s senate seat.
USA Rugby is asking for feedback on proposed World Rugby guidelines
‘On the field, I’m not a trans kid or an autistic kid or a depressed kid. I’m a lacrosse player,’ Gabriel Kris says.
In a new vlog, the Olympic medalist entertainingly demonstrates that athletic skills on the platform don’t translate on the driving range.
After coming out as bisexual, Kalyany Steele set career highs on the mat.
Anti-trans group Save Women’s Sport claims more than 300 athletes stand with them in support of Idaho’s HB500, but named only three.
Except for the Marlins and 3 other teams, the MLB, NBA, WNBA and now the NHL are back in action as we look back at the big stories we’ve covered in the past 7 days.
Outsports hosted one last Zoom video conference Friday night for anyone and everyone who wanted to join us in conversation, shared stories, and to feel connected.
Martha McCabe didn’t come out to herself until her swimming career was over. She wants to be a role model.
Madison Doucette used her coming out as gay in lacrosse to increase acceptance.
Wade continues to publicly support his daughter, Zaya, who came out as transgender at 12 years old.
Powers’ teammate Natasha Cloud and other WNBA players stood in solidarity against Number 28 from the Miami Heat’s reductive comments.
As part of the WNBA’s demonstration against police brutality, the Phoenix Mercury star reveals that she won’t be on court for the anthem at any game this year.
Barker’s baseball dreams were derailed by injuries and partying, but now he’s at peace with himself.
Richard Coffey battled isolation and his sexual identity by embracing hockey, but he now realizes he had to be honest with himself to be truly happy.
Irving is committing $1.5 million to subsidize the incomes of WNBA players who have opted out of their season.
Mike Lee, a Republican U.S. Senator from Utah, attempted to cite cis women’s rights to condemn trans athletes, contradicting his retrograde views on that issue as well.
Opposition to a ban and transgender women players stirs across Australia and New Zealand.
Bird co-authored the social justice essay with Nneka Ogwumike.
Middleweight James Hawley’s promoter dropped him because of his bigoted TikTok video. But he says he’s the real victim here, saying he has gay friends and a cousin.
Emma Twigg of New Zealand says her sexuality has never been a focus of her rowing career but now she’s ready to advocate for LGBT athletes.
Huff frequently tweets hateful messages on his toxic Twitter feed.
Despite the pandemic postponing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Gunning maintains his focus on being a role model as a Black LGBTQ swimmer.