An Outsports tradition every morning after Halloween — aside from snacking on leftover candy — is to round up some of our favorite LGBTQ athletes and sports figures, showing off their costumes and celebration pics. So as you polish off the rest of your candy, we hope you enjoy this tour of famous trick-or-treaters.

Please let us know if we missed anyone — you can tweet us @outsports with #Halloween2019 or email us at [email protected] — and if you can, please provide a link to the image of their costume or other Halloween fun.

Freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy plays an ‘80s rocker and “Zombie Boy”

Diver Tom Daley goes on the Baywatch.

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Soccer player Robbie Rogers and hubbby Greg Berlanti transform from daddies to mummies.

ESPN journalist LZ Granderson serving up unicorn magic.

Rowing coach Marc Biagio clowning around.

Basketball coach Lexie Gerson playing a K9 cop.

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…I heard it’s cuffing season…⛓🚔

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Tennis player Nick Lee playing a plastic-covered pirate

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Happy Halloween 🎃👻

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Track-and-field champ Kaitlyn Long as a star-studded heavenly body.

Former soccer player turned political candidate Michael Martin enjoying some spooky fun.

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A little kid tried to steal my hat…

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Hockey player and newlywed Anya Packer as a son of Slytherin.

Rodeo rider PJ Painter as a dragon trying to avoid a knight-mare.

Racewalker Anthony Peters looking super heroic as Captain America.

Tennis legend Billie Jean King shared images of Instagrammers who dressed up as her and Bobby Riggs.

Here’s a contribution from wrestler Jake Atlas, who recently signed with the WWE.

And here’s where we’ll show off some from our readers! Thanks, Sidney D.!

Here’s Taylor Begin, who writes: “My wife and i are wreck it Ralph and fix it Felix this year!”

Taylor Begin (left) and Erin Begin

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